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NEU Professionals is recruiting international Oncology Radiographers to work at the NHS
Are you looking for a rewarding and challenging career in the NHS? Do you have the skills and experience to work as an oncology radiographer in one of the most advanced health systems in the world? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you!
We have a number of vacancies for oncology radiographers across England, and we are looking for qualified candidates who can join our team and make a difference to the lives of patients.
As an oncology radiographer, you will be responsible for using specialised equipment to deliver accurate doses of radiation to tumours, while minimising the harm to surrounding healthy tissue. You will also care for and support patients before, during and after their treatment, and liaise with other members of the multidisciplinary team. You will need to have excellent communication, technical and interpersonal skills, as well as a high level of professionalism and compassion.
As a therapeutic radiographer (oncology radiographer), you’ll be part of a team helping people who are dealing with cancer. Based in a hospital, you’ll work with patients and colleagues to design treatment programmes and support patients until their treatment ends. From taking an initial X-ray, to using a CT scanner or a linear accelerator, you’ll use some of the most complex and advanced technology to treat tumours.
Therapeutic radiographers are also central to a wider multidisciplinary team, working and consulting with colleagues across various departments.
The NHS values diversity, inclusivity, and compassion. They know a diverse workforce is essential to providing the best possible care to their patients. They are committed to providing a supportive and welcoming environment for all their employees, regardless of their background or experience.
The NHS understands that employees’ growth and development are crucial to their success. They offer extensive training and development opportunities to help Radiographers build their skills and advance their careers, as well as a wide variety of career paths they can take, having the chance to work with children or adults. The NHS also offer competitive salaries and benefits, including generous holiday allowances, enhanced NHS pension schemes, and health insurance.
If you are a talented and dedicated Oncology Radiographer looking for a new challenge and an opportunity to make a difference, we invite you to join us at the NHS in England. Apply now to become part of our team and help us deliver the best possible care to patients across the country.
NEU Professionals Candidates
To apply for this role, you will need to meet the following criteria:
- You must have a recognised qualification in therapeutic radiography or equivalent from your home country.
- You must have at least one year of post-qualification experience in oncology radiography, including experience with CT and MRI and advanced imaging techniques.
- You must have a good level of English language proficiency sufficient to be eligible to register with the
- Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) requirements as a therapeutic radiographer in the UK.
NHS Trusts Offer
- Minimum band 5 salary starting at £28,407 and up to band 7 at £50,056 (depending on experience and other qualifications)*,
- Skilled-worker visa with right to bring qualified dependent family members,
- Excellent pastoral care,
- Generous relocation packages,
- 27 days of paid holidays + 8 public holidays,
- Excellent professional development opportunities,
- Enhanced NHS Pension scheme, excellent maternity and paternity leave packages, discounts in local shops, restaurants and more.
*view NHS Agenda for Change for more information about NHS salaries
NEU Professionals and Ethical Recruitment
NEU Professionals are regulated by NHS Employers and their Code of Practice for International Recruitment, which states that some developing countries should not be targeted when actively recruiting healthcare professionals. Therefore we are not able to accept or process applications from any of the countries listed on the following link: https://www.nhsemployers.org/articles/code-practice-red-and-amber-list-countries