Location: BreastScreen Queensland, Bundaberg Hospital, Queensland
You will receive a competitive remuneration package value up to $154, 945 p.a., comprising salary between $130,419 – $135,803 p.a., employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%) and annual leave loading (17.5%) (HP5)
Job type: Permanent Full Time (76 hours per fortnight)
An exciting opportunity is currently available for an experienced Breast Imaging Radiographer – Director (Chief Radiographer) to join BreastScreen Queensland at the Bundaberg Hospital within the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service. The Wide Bay area is arguably one of the most beautiful regions of Queensland. The Health Service stretches from Agnes Water in the North to Maryborough in the South and provides acute care services to a population of over 200,000 residents including several rural communities.
|The Chief Radiographer position is of a clinical and administrative nature. It is responsible for the oversight and coordination of all aspects of the breast imaging service provided by Radiographers and Sonographers at the BreastScreen Queensland Wide Bay Service in accordance with BreastScreen Queensland Policies and Procedures and BreastScreen Australia National Accreditation Standards. |
The Chief Radiographer is accountable for the maintenance of a high standard of client care, technical expertise, departmental organisation and the on-going professional developmental of all Radiographers within the service.
The Chief Radiographer performs skilled screening, diagnostic and interventional mammography – and breast ultrasound if suitably qualified – and reports operationally to the Service Manager and professionally to the Operational Director/ Nursing Director Cancer Care at the Wide Bay Service.
Please visit the website for an overview of the position, including the role description.
Enquiries: Dianne Dingle (07) 4150 2803
Job Ad Reference: H2206WB424383
Application details: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-H2206WB424383
Applications Closing Date: Wednesday 29 June 2022