Perform rewarding work with a recognised brand, using state of the art equipment to deliver first-class mammography services to the women of Central Queensland.
Our BreastScreen Queensland service consists of our Screening and Assessment site on the Rockhampton Hospital campus, a satellite service located at the Gladstone Hospital and a mobile breast screen unit, Grevillea, which traverses the Central Queensland region visiting 21 sites over a two-yearly schedule.
What you need:
Proof of a tertiary qualification establishing eligibility for Registration with the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (MRPBA) or equivalent.
Possession of a Statement of Registration or Certificate of registration from the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), MRPBA or equivalent.
Possession of a Use Licence or be eligible for a Use Licence under the Radiation Safety Act 1999.
A Certificate of Clinical Proficiency in Mammography issued by the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT) or equivalent.
Registration with Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) if applicable.
Staff are expected to work in the fixed screening and assessment, satellite or the mobile sites across the Breast Screen Queensland Rockhampton Service catchment.
What we’re looking for:
Demonstrated high level of skills in breast imaging.
Demonstrated experience in a fixed, mobile and a satellite Breast Screening Service.
Demonstrated high level of interpersonal skills together with a high level of written and oral communication skills incorporating the ability to liaise effectively with all levels of a multi-disciplinary team and private and public sectors.
Demonstrated ability to organise and prioritize work schedules in order to achieve successful outcomes.
Knowledge of or an ability to acquire knowledge of procedures, policies, regulations and standards which impact upon the position, in particular public sector guidelines, and a knowledge of contemporary human resource management issues such as workplace health and safety, equal employment opportunity and antidiscrimination.
Demonstrated ability or ability to acquire the skills to provide guidance to less experienced staff members and provide basic mammography advice to team members of all disciplines within the Service.
Total remuneration value of up to $141,250 p.a. is comprised of: