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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.

Our Values

Oryon offers innovative, personalised healthcare that is affordable, straightforward and convenient. Our services are delivered by a dedicated and approachable team in a friendly and professional environment that inspires confidence and reassures patients. By providing opportunities for networking and collaboration between healthcare professionals, we strive to make healthcare provision more innovative, flexible and efficient.

Administrative team openings

 

Nothing at the moment, but please feel free to send in your CV!

 

Clinical team openings

 

Non-Executive Clinical Director

About the role

We are looking for a Clinical Director to join us on a non-executive/ consultant agreement to actively contribute and help us sustain and nurture assured, patient led cost-effective services in line with the requirements of all relevant legislation and stakeholders. This will involve:

  • Attending Clinical Governance meetings on a quarterly basis.
  • Approving Policies and Procedures.
  • Guiding and supporting Centre Manager and Clinical team.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in plain film radiography
  • Providing clinical guidance on new initiatives.
  • Contributing to other issues in which the Clinical Director has expertise.

We expect the role can be delivered flexibly taking on average 3-4 days a month.

The right candidate will share our values and will welcome this opportunity to take part in helping us lead the way to better health; by providing more accessible, more affordable private diagnostic and preventative healthcare to even more people who need it across the UK.

Skills and qualifications

  • To take an active role in the Quarterly Governance Meetings, reviewing audits, incidents, and clinical complaints.
  • Practising consultant Radiologist with an active GMC registration.
  • Knowledge of Health and Safety regulations, Infection Control and Clinical Governance.
  • Strong understanding of the CQC regulations.
  • Expertise in UK healthcare legislation.
  • Strong leadership, communication skills and willingness to participate actively in the discussion.
  • Commercial awareness.

Responsibilities

  • To ensure the organisation complies with statutory and regulatory requirements, proactively provide expert advice and guidance of best practice to the Centre Manager and the Imaging Lead.
  • To take an active role in the Quarterly Governance Meetings, reviewing audits, incidents, and clinical complaints.
  • Working closely with the clinical governance committee, provide sound up-to-date guidance to identify and resolve any potential concerns.
  • To help assess and manage risks effectively by reviewing and sharing insight on resolving escalated clinical complaints or concerns.
  • To support the clinical governance committee in ensuring that the clinical governance policies and procedures are effective, up to date, and in line with the required guidelines.
  • To help safeguard the reputation and values of Oryon.
  • To approve the granting of practising privileges to consultant Radiologists; assist in performance reviews as and when required.
  • To provide clinical expertise in future clinical service development plans.

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Senior MRI Radiographer

About the role

We are looking for a qualified and experienced Senior MRI radiographer to join our dedicated and enthusiastic team. Reporting to the Imaging Lead, you will provide customer-focused, high quality diagnostic radiography service.

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.

We offer a £41,000 salary that can be negotiable, depends on the experience, a generous holiday allowance of 27 days and an excellent benefits package including bonus scheme, contributory pension, life assurance and private healthcare cover.

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 and applications
  • Good knowledge of MRI physics to ensure ability to manipulate sequence parameters and modify technique in difficult circumstances where required
  • Ability to assess and implement specialist imaging procedures, adapting technique and prioritizing imaging if required
  • Proven awareness of Health and Safety regulations, Infection Control and Clinical Governance
  • Cannulation Certificate desirable
  • PGDip in MRI or masters in MRI/Radiography desirable
  • Professional and cooperative attitude towards patients, customers and colleagues of all levels
  • 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.

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