Sonographer Job Description

Diagnostic World are recruiting for experienced Sonographers, who are hardworking and motivated to help deliver continuous growth to the company as it continues to achieve ambitious growth plans over the next few years with a focus on building a high quality, patient centric service.

As our Sonographer, the duties and responsibilities you will have to provide are:

•To provide general abdominal, pelvic, small parts, Lumps and bumps, vascular and MSK ultrasound scanning services in conjunction with other Sonographers and healthcare professionals.
•To independently perform ultrasound scanning duties to the required standards of Diagnostic World and client partners and to produce a clinical report for each ultrasound scan undertaken.
•To undertake any administrative duties that may be necessary for speedy progression of patients and patient results.
•To actively participate in matters concerning clinical governance, clinical audit and assessment.
•To have responsibility for ensuring active participation in continuing professional development (CPD).
•To adhere to company policy and procedures in terms of health and safety, data protection and confidentiality.
•To give full co-operation in any investigations of a complaint or untoward incident and comply with company procedure to that effect.
•To ensure that professional and technical knowledge/expertise is kept up to date and to maintain a portfolio to show evidence of personal professional development.
•To participate in individual performance review (appraisal) on an annual basis.

To be considered you will have the following requirements:
· Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Ultrasound or equivalent
· Overseas qualification equivalent to Pg Dip
· Registered with the HCPC and SOR
· 2 years post qualification experience gained in NHS trust practice
· To be able to work proficiently in all main areas of Ultrasound practice
· Eligibility to reside and work in the UK - we welcome Tier 2 applicants based in the UK

All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, DBS and occupational health Clearance being obtained. The appointment is exempt from the provisions of Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by virtue of the Rehabilitation Act 1974 (Exemptions) Order 1975. Employees are not entitled therefore to withhold information about convictions which for other purposes are 'spent' under the provision of the Act, and in the event of employing any failure to disclose such convictions could result in the termination of employment. Any information given will be completely confidential and will be considered in relation to an application for positions to which the Order applies