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We are always on the look-out for driven, capable professionals who will fit well into our fantastic team. We have two teams: Administrative and Clinical. To apply for a role, click the link below the job description.

Recommend a friend

Do you want to earn £1500? At Oryon our team is very important to us and they are the fundamental reason why we deliver a high-quality service. We are currently recruiting for radiographers to join our dedicated and enthusiastic team. Recommend a friend for one of our radiographer roles and you could earn up to £1500, if they are successful. For any bank roles you will received £250 after your recommendation has completed 10 shifts with us. To recommend your friend please email our Centre Manager – Helene at hadraste@oroyn.co.uk.
 

Clinical team openings

Senior MRI Radiographer

About the role

We are looking for a qualified and experienced MRI radiographer to join our dedicated and enthusiastic team. Reporting to the Imaging Lead, you will deliver patient-focused, high quality diagnostic radiography service, undertaking and performing a wide range of MRI procedures.

This role is an opportunity to join the company led by innovation and determination to show the way to better health; through the services of Oryon Imaging, Oryon Develop and Oryon Connect.

Benefits and Rewards

At Oryon we reward and recognise commitment to work with company benefits including a holiday allowance of 27 days + 8 bank holidays, a contributory pension (5% from the company), access to a variety of CPD courses available live and on-demand organised by Oryon Develop, life assurance, private healthcare cover, enhanced maternity and adoption leave. You will also gain access to our benefits platform – Salary Extras, which provides you with discounts for gyms and online shopping, as well as a rewards platform to recognise good work.

Salary range: £41,500 – £43,000 (can be negotiable depending on the experience).

Skills and Qualifications

  • Degree in Radiography or equivalent
  • HCPC Registration
  • Proven experience in healthcare and patient-focused services
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in MRI covering a wide range of examinations
  • Good knowledge of MRI physics to ensure ability to manipulate sequence parameters and modify technique in difficult circumstances where required
  • Cannulation Certificate desirable
  • Ability to prioritise workload, manage time effectively and use initiative

Responsibilities

  • Undertake all imaging procedures in line with existing modality specific guidelines and protocols; in accordance with best practice (IRR 99, IRMER 2017), CQC standards, SOR and RCR guidelines
  • Conduct MRI safety checks with patients prior to their examination, obtain consent and ensure suitability for exam
  • Ensure safe use and maintenance of specialist imaging equipment, adhering to local MRI safety policies and procedures and local rules, reporting any problems to the Imaging Lead, Centre Manager and/or engineering support
  • Dispense contrast media/drugs as an assigned practitioner under the direction of the consultant radiologists or clinicians and maintain accurate records in accordance with the medicine management policy and PGDs.
  • Provide expertise to ensure the appropriate triage, booking and examination of patients.
  • Accurate data entry on to Radiology Information (RIS) and Picture Archive (PACS) systems.
  • Identify and report any risk which has a potential adverse effect on Oryon Imaging’s ability to maintain quality of care and the safety of patients, staff and visitors.
  • Liaise with consultant radiologists regarding protocols and patient referrals
  • Run Quality Assurance checks on equipment, and action as appropriate

About you

The ideal candidate will be a qualified experienced MRI radiographer passionate about high quality patient care. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to empathise with patients, especially when they might be distressed or worried. You’ll pay attention to detail and take pride in your adaptability, competence and professionalism. You’ll be able to exhibit confidentiality, discretion and trustworthiness.

This is not a restrictive list of duties and all team members may be required to carry out additional tasks within their capability.

 

Bank X-Ray Radiographer

About the role

We are looking for an ambitious and dynamic Bank X-Ray Radiographer to join our dedicated and enthusiastic team.

Reporting to the Imaging Lead, you will work in the busy X-Ray Department and provide customer-focused, high quality diagnostic radiography service and take on radiation protection supervisor duties.

This role is an opportunity to join the company led by innovation and determination to show the way to better health; through the services of Oryon Imaging, Oryon Develop and Oryon Connect.

This position is available on part-time basis.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in Radiography or equivalent
  • HCPC Registration
  • Proven experience in healthcare and patient-focused services
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in plain film radiography
  • Ability to prioritise workload, manage time effectively and use initiative
  • Proven awareness of Health and Safety regulations, Infection Control and Clinical Governance
  • Professional and cooperative attitude towards patients, customers and colleagues of all levels

Responsibilities

  • Undertake all imaging procedures in line with existing modality specific guidelines and protocols; in accordance with best practice (IRR 99, IRMER 2017), CQC standards, SOR and RCR guidelines
  • To justify medical exposures using the Department’s IR(ME)R Examination Protocols to ensure a safe effective x-ray service to all patients
  • To produce a good quality diagnostic image whilst keeping the radiation dose as low as is reasonably practicable
  • Ensure safe use and maintenance of specialist imaging equipment, adhering to safety policies and procedures and local rules, reporting any problems to the Imaging Lead, Centre Manager and/or engineering support
  • Provide expertise to ensure the appropriate triage, booking and examination of patients
  • Accurate data entry on to Radiology Information (RIS) and Picture Archive (PACS) systems
  • Identify and report any risk which has a potential adverse effect on Oryon Imaging’s ability to maintain quality of care and the safety of patients, staff and visitors
  • Run Quality Assurance checks on equipment, and action as appropriate
  • Comply with legislative and clinical policies and procedure, ensuring patient safety- particularly relating to Radiation Protection for both adult and paediatric patients
  • Take part in departmental audits in accordance with clinical governance policies

About you

The ideal candidate will be a qualified experienced X-ray radiographer passionate about high-quality patient care. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to empathise with patients, especially when they might be distressed or worried.

You’ll pay attention to detail and take pride in your adaptability, competence and professionalism. Importantly, you’ll be able to exhibit confidentiality, discretion and trustworthiness.

This is not a restrictive list of duties and all team members may be required to carry out additional tasks within their capability.

 

Senior X-Ray Radiographer – Radiation Protection Supervisor

About the role

Oryon Imaging has established an exceptional reputation within the diagnostic imaging sector throughout the years. We are proud to be the first-choice imaging centre for thousands of reputable practitioners in the field. We strive for efficiency and innovation.

We are looking for an ambitious and experienced Senior X-Ray Radiographer to join our dedicated and enthusiastic team. Reporting to the Imaging Lead, you will provide customer-focused, high quality diagnostic radiography service and be the radiation protection supervisor for the centre.

This role is an opportunity to join the company led by innovation and determination to show the way to better health; through the services of Oryon Imaging, Oryon Develop and Oryon Connect.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) in Radiography or equivalent
  • HCPC Registration
  • Proven experience in healthcare and patient-focused services
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in plain film radiography
  • Experience and relevant qualification as RPS
  • Proven knowledge of IR(ME)R regulations, Health and Safety, Infection Control and Clinical Governance
  • Professional and cooperative attitude towards patients, customers and colleagues of all levels
  • Ability to prioritise workload, manage time effectively and use initiative as a senior member of staff
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent literacy skills
  • A high level of IT competency
  • Confidentiality, discretion and trustworthiness

This is not a restrictive list of duties and all team members may be required to carry out additional tasks within their capability. We offer a generous holiday allowance of 27 days and an excellent benefits package including bonus scheme, contributory pension, life assurance and private healthcare cover.

Responsibilities

  • To oversee radiation protection for the centre.
  • To work alongside the Imaging Lead in reviewing X-Ray policies, local rules, risk assessments and dose reports.
  • To participate in the quarterly Clinical Governance Meetings.
  • To monitor and record radiation dose rates.
  • Undertake all imaging procedures in line with existing modality specific guidelines and protocols; in accordance with best practice (IRR 2017, IRMER 2018), CQC standards, SOR and RCR guidelines.
  • To justify medical exposures using the Department’s IR(ME)R Examination Protocols to ensure a safe effective x-ray service to all patients.
  • To produce good quality diagnostic images in-keeping with the ALARA principle.
  • Ensure safe use and maintenance of specialist imaging equipment, adhering to safety policies and procedures and local rules, reporting any problems to the Imaging Lead, Centre Manager and/or engineering support.
  • To provide expertise to ensure the appropriate triage, booking and examination of patients.
  • To oversee training of radiographers in the operation of X-ray machinery and adherence to local protocols, DRL’s and MUD’s.
  • Accurate data entry on to Radiology Information (RIS) and Picture Archive (PACS) systems.
  • Identify and report any risk which has a potential adverse effect on Oryon Imaging’s ability to maintain quality of care and the safety of patients, staff and visitors.
  • To investigate and report any radiation incidents to the RPA.
  • Run Quality Assurance checks on equipment, and action as appropriate.
  • Comply with legislative and clinical policies and procedure, ensuring patient safety- particularly relating to Radiation Protection for both adult and paediatric patients.
  • Take part in departmental audits in accordance with clinical governance policies

About you

The ideal candidate will be a qualified and experienced X-Ray radiographer passionate about high quality care. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to empathise with patients. A high level of IT competency and literacy skills are also essential.

You’ll pay attention to detail and take pride in your adaptability, competence and professionalism. You’ll be able to exhibit confidentiality, discretion and trustworthiness.

You’ll share Oryon’s values and will be excited to lead the team in a pursuit of achieving our mission.

 

Administrative team openings

Bookings Coordinator

About the role

The role of the Bookings Coordinator is to provide support within the Bookings department for a successful and growing business within the healthcare industry. You will be at the heart of scheduling & managing new and existing appointments for all services provided by the 3 Oryon brands, and will be expected to be involved at all levels from general administration including the dispatching of reports, customer service, troubleshooting and sales. You will spend most of your time on the phone with patients / clients and clinicians. You will be chasing outstanding referrals, dealing with enquiries, and ensuring that the patient journey is a seamless experience. You will also communicate via email and be using Salesforce as a main platform for all bookings and database management. In addition to phone & email, you will also be required to answer enquiries through online Webchat, offering an excellent customer experience across all communication channels.

At Oryon we offer flexible working conditions, which will require you to be able to work both remotely and at our London based office. The salary we offer is £23,000.

Responsibilities:

  • Monitoring, triaging and processing all incoming emails and faxes daily.
  • Deal with telephone and direct enquiries in a prompt and effective manner, ensuring information provided is accurate with queries effectively prioritized.
  • Establish contact and capture information on potential and existing patients from any enquiries and, as well as following up on all leads. This also includes creating leads t be followed up on by other sections of the business.
  • Ensuring all records are kept up to date.
  • Monitor appointment diaries and utilise ‘smart booking’.
  • Understand the different products we offer across all 3 brands, as well as being able to communicate sufficient clinical knowledge.
  • Assist and communicate directly with relevant individuals where there may be a breakdown of services.
  • To use initiative and ‘act-on’ accordingly when it is needed.
  • To promote Oryon services to referrers and patients where possible.
  • Provide support in other areas of admin.
  • To work towards a one working day turnaround for dispatching reports.
  • To provide a welcoming and professional service, being first point of contact, coordinating patient / visitor journey experience throughout the entirety of their visit, including any queries received after their appointment.
  • Adapt to and support any changes implemented to improve the service provided to patients, clinicians, and staff.
  • To have knowledge and adherence to Code of Confidentiality and General Data Protection Regulation 2018.

About you

The ideal candidate will have previous work experience in a customer service-based call Centre / busy office environment, excellent communication, and administration skills with great attention to detail. They will have a willingness to demonstrate initiative and take responsibility for their work. We are looking for someone who has an ability to multitask, prioritize their own workload in a fast-paced working environment and has experience in delivering excellent customer service consistently. There is also a requirement to have some experience with consultative selling. Excellent questioning and listening skills essential.

With the requirement to spend part of your working week located at home, candidates will need to be self-motivated and professional, with previous remote working experience preferable but not essential. However, any potential candidates would need to have an appropriate workspace at home enabling them to effectively fulfill their duties (equipment will be provided).

As most of our work is performed on computers, the candidate must have proficient knowledge of Internet and Microsoft Office – Word and Excel. Candidates should be available to start immediately (or within 2 weeks from the date of job offer) and work full time. We offer a generous holiday allowance of 27 days, excellent benefits package including contributory pension, life assurance and private healthcare cover.

 

Reception Coordinator

About the role

Being one of the first points of contact at Oryon Imaging, the Reception team is essential in defining how patients and visitors experience our service. As Reception Coordinator you will provide a highly personalised five-star service with exceptional attention to detail that marks the difference between our centre and the competition. For the right candidate, there will also be an opportunity to be trained on the Healthcare Assistant (HCA) role and to occasionally undertake the HCA duties. This is a full-time position that will require you to cover various shifts throughout the week, including weekends. We are based in Central London, close to Oxford Circus tube station. We are normally open 14 hours on a weekday and 12 hours on a weekend day.

Responsibilities:

  • Welcome patients and visitors in a warm and professional manner.
  • Assist patients with the check in process, providing information about their appointment.
  • Comfort patients by anticipating their needs and anxieties, answering any questions they may have.
  • To identify and respond in a sympathetic and caring manner to patients who need extra attention.
  • Deal with telephone and direct enquiries in an efficient and polite manner.
  • To have clear knowledge and understanding of our modalities, services and pricing, to be able to schedule patient appointments.
  • Maintain accurate patient records by obtaining, recording and updating information on patient profile and notes.
  • Create invoices and issue receipts to patients.
  • When on early or late shift, follow the opening up and closing down procedures.
  • Assist with inventory and stock of office supplies.
  • Deal with incoming and outgoing post.
  • Maintaining public areas in order to enhance patient and visitor comfort.
  • To assist in distribution of imaging and reports to referrers ensuring that results are dispatched fulfilling clinical priority.
  • To protect patient privacy and confidentiality.
  • Chaperone patients as and when required.
  • Report all incidents and complaints in line with Company Policies.
  • Identify and report any risk which has a potential adverse effect on Oryon Imaging’s ability to maintain quality of care and the safety of patients, staff and visitors.
  • Participate in the company review and appraisal programme.
  • Participate in projects, meetings and work schemes as directed by the Centre Manager.
  • Adapt to and support any changes implemented to improve the service provided to patients, clinicians and staff.

To have knowledge and adherence to the Code of Confidentiality and Data Protection Act 2018.

This is not an exhaustive list of duties and all team members may be required to carry out additional tasks within their capability.

About you

We are looking for someone who has an ability to multitask, prioritise own workload in a busy working environment, has excellent communication and administration skills with great attention to details.

The ideal candidate needs to have previous work experience in a customer service and proficient knowledge of Internet and Microsoft Office – Word and Excel. Candidates should be available to start immediately (or within 4 weeks from the date of job offer) and work full time. We offer a generous holiday allowance of 27 days, excellent benefits package including contributory pension, life assurance and private healthcare cover.


 

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