Radiography Service Manager 1
A very exciting opportunity has arisen for a Radiography Service Manager 1.
If you are a Radiography Services Manager looking for a new challenge, please contact me to hear more.
Do you want to work for a hospital where privacy, dignity, and individual needs are respected, where staff are valued, supported and involved in decision-making, and where diversity is celebrated?
An exciting and challenging opportunity has arisen for an experienced and highly motivated professional to take up the role as Radiography Service Manager 1 in a model 4 hospital in the West of Ireland that provide 24/7 acute surgery, acute medicine, and critical care.
Medforce Recruitment are working with a highly renowned University Hospital in the West of Ireland to recruit a Radiography Service Manager 1.
I am eager to speak with highly driven candidates who can demonstrate high levels of knowledge within Radiology and have proven experience in managing/ implementing new work practices.
Purpose of the post: In conjunction with the Radiology Management Team, the Radiography Service Manager I will be responsible for workload management and the organisation of the Radiology Department to ensure a quality service and the effective use of resources.
The post holder will be an active member of the multi-disciplinary team and will lead, guide and supervise radiographic and other staff to successful management of the Radiography service.
Contract Type: Permanent, Fulltime role, 35 hour working week. Excellent Benefits including a pension. Salary range: €61,772- €73,729 per annum
- The post holder will support the principle that care of the patient comes first at all times and will approach their work with the flexibility and enthusiasm necessary to make this principle a reality for every patient to the greatest possible degree
- Maintain awareness of the primacy of the patient in relation to all hospital activities
- Performance management systems are part of the role and you will be required to participate in the Group’s performance management programme
- Provide strategic and clinical leadership which results in the delivery of an effective, efficient, quality assured and patient-centred radiographic service.
- Engage in leadership of a team of skilled staff, creating and promoting healthy working relationships.
- Have the ability to manage in a rapidly changing environment and a willingness to undertake such additional duties as may be assigned from time-to-time.
- Ensure the optimum and effective use of Radiographers through efficient rostering, skill/ grade mix planning, workload measurement and staff deployment, including cover for emergency service, in order to achieve this.
- Monitor staffing levels (including relevant support staff) to ensure adequate manpower levels for safe service delivery.
I am happy to hear from you if you have the following:
- Be registered, or be eligible for registration, on the Radiography Division of the Radiographers Register maintained by the Radiographers Registration Board at CORU. (https://www.coru.ie/)
- Have 6 years fulltime (or an aggregate of 6 years) post qualification clinical experience.
- Demonstrate a high level of clinical knowledge to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the role, including keeping abreast of development technologies and their likely impact.
- Demonstrate leadership and team management skills including the ability to work with multi-disciplinary team members
- Demonstrate evidence of effective planning and organising skills including awareness of resource management and importance of value for money.
- Demonstrate evidence of project management skills encompassing all streams of work appropriate with key objectives/ priorities to achieve national, regional and internal milestones and responsibilities.
- Be aware of and adhere to relevant standards policies and legislation for example Health and Safety, Freedom of Information Act 1997, Childcare Act, HIQA Standard
- Demonstrate ability to manage deadlines and effectively handle multiple tasks.
- Demonstrate effective communication skills including: the ability to give constructive feedback to encourage learning.
- Calm personality
- Flexible working practices
- Assertive attitude
- Able to motivate others and lead a team
- Reliable work record
- Ability to work under pressure.
- Ability to work either alone or in a team.
Charlene is a strategic, highly enthusiastic leader with a wealth of experience supplying Allied Health and Social Care professionals across acute hospitals, community, primary care facilities, mental health services, disability services, social care organisations within the Public and Private sector across Ireland.
To discuss this role in detail please contact Charlene Cooke by Phone: +353 85 8768218.