Lewisham and Greenwich Trust provides hospital and community services for more than 526,000 people across south east London. We put patients at the heart of everything we do, which is reflected in the positive feedback we receive. We are a friendly and dynamic place to work, with high levels of job satisfaction and excellent transport links serving our two hospitals – University Hospital Lewisham and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Greenwich.
We are seeking dedicated, motivated people to help us provide high quality care to our local communities. In return for your hard work, we offer well-established, structured mentoring and staff development packages to support you in your role.
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, self motivated professional to join the evolving Cardiology Department at the UHL site. The successful applicant will be highly motivated and forward-thinking individual who will contribute to the delivery of a high- quality and effective echocardiography service.
You will be required to have a B.Sc Clinical Physiology or equivalent and possess BSE and/or EACVI accreditation in echocardiography.
The successful applicant will be capable of providing an excellent level of clinical competence and knowledge. The post holder should also be highly team focused, a positive role model and possess good communication, organisational and assertiveness skills.
Cardiology at UHL uses a combination of GE & Philips ultrasound equipment with Echo PAC reporting software. GE equipment supports 3D & Strain imaging.
We currently perform standard TTE, stress echo, contrast/ bubble studies & TOE. As a Band 7 Chief Cardiac Physiologist (Echocardiographer) this role will also provide opportunities to enhance your skills toward complex imaging, stress echo and other specialities.
A 10% recruitment and retention premium will be added to your salary in addition to the high cost living allowance (HCA).
We hope you will be keen to join our team and help us deliver safe and excellent care.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Sean Coyne, Senior Chief Cardiac Physiologist
firstname.lastname@example.org, 0208 333 3000, ext. 6147
Anjali Jayaprabha, Lead Echocardiographer
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