Training Lead in Echocardiography
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
The closing date is 02 December 2022
CARDIAC PHYSIOLOGY SERVICE
TRAINING LEAD in ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY - Advanced Specialist Echocardiographer (AfC Band 7)
Full Time 37.5hours per week (4 days 8:00am-6:00pm)
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our small, friendly team at Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. We are seeking an enthusiastic, highly motivated and knowledgeable Advanced Specialist Echocardiographer to join a focussed team to provided structure and organisation to co-ordinate the training needs and development of the departments specialist services.
The Echocardiography Service at Rotherham is looking for a forward thinking individual to help shape the future of the department. The successful applicant will be expected to demonstrate an excellent level of clinical competence and knowledge to deliver and develop the training needs of the Echo department and support the Lead with the day to day running and development of specialist services such as Sonographer Led valve clinics. Excellent communication and organisational skills are a necessity with the ability to work autonomously and act as a positive role model. This post comes with a proportionate ratio of non-clinical duties that is commensurate with the role
RCCP/ AHCS/HCPC registration is expected and British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) Level 2 accreditation is essential with suitable experience of training.
Main duties of the job
To work as a Training Lead in Echocardiography, providing structure to the educational needs of the department. Provide a high standard of professional practice with the potential to expand into Sonographer Led services such as Valve Clinics. Independently performs and reports highly specialist echocardiography assessments. Works as part of a team and assists in the day-to-day coordination of the Cardiac Physiology service.
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is a combined acute and community Trust serving a population of over 260,000 with over 4,500 staff. Our vision is to always act the right way and be proud to provide exceptional healthcare to the communities of Rotherham. We are working successfully with partners across South Yorkshire as part of the Integrated Care Board where we are leading and collaborating in several key work streams and service areas, including workforce development. We combine our patient first approach with innovation and care against a backdrop of system working, as encapsulated in our Trust values
AMBITIOUS - We set high standards for the services we deliver. We aim to be an outstanding Trust and we are enthusiastic about delivering excellent health care for our patients.
CARING - We embrace the importance of giving the highest possible quality of care for our patients. We also care for each other as colleagues and for the community, our resources, our environment and our future.
TOGETHER - We value the importance of working together with patients, carers and families to ensure that we provide high quality patient centred care. We are committed to working with partners and stakeholders across Rotherham, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to develop sustainable services for the population we serve. Getting the right leaders in the Trust is critical to achieving.
Please see attached Job description and person specification for full details about the role and responsibilities.
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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