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Clinical Specialist Radiographer

Beaumont HospitalDublin51,608 - 60,959Full-time

Post Title:  Clinical Specialist Radiographer in the General X-ray Department Post Status :  Permanent Department  Imaging and Interventional Radiology Directorate Location:  Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9  Reports to:  Radiography Service Manager II Salary:  Appointment will be made on Clinical Specialist Radiographer salary scale (€51,608 - €60,959) at a point in line with Government pay policy.  Hours of work:    Fulltime Closing Date:  12 midday 23/08/19 Position Summary: The Clinical Specialist Radiographer in General X-ray is responsible for the effective management of the General X-ray department reporting to the Radiography Services Manager 2. This position requires the ability to lead, guide and supervise staff; the ability to manage in a rapidly changing environment and the willingness to undertake additional duties as may be assigned from time to time. Principal Duties and Responsibilities:  Key Duties and Responsibilities: • Reporting to the Radiography Services Manager and his/her deputy the position of Clinical Specialist Radiographer requires an ability to lead, guide and supervise Radiographic staff in the assigned area and to successfully manage service delivery on a day to day basis. • Provide management support and leadership in the general x-ray department. • Ensure the delivery of an efficient and caring general x-ray service to patients. • Ensure the comfort of patients in the general x-ray department. • Provide patients with empathy and emotional support. • Ensure that best practice and quality service principles are adhered to on a daily basis. • Supervise and organise work as appropriate. • Lead the development and implementation of operational policies, protocols and guidelines. • Participate in planning and development of the general x-ray service in conjunction with other staff as appropriate. • Supervise the appointment system to ensure good workflow practices. • Ensure that appropriate referral screening procedures are adhered to. • Report and investigate the following as appropriate: o Complaints from patients. o Accidents involving staff, patients or members of the general public. o Damage to equipment. • Promote and maintain a safe environment for patients and staff. • Promote the ALARA principle. • Maintain and update knowledge of European and national legislation and guidelines regarding medical ionising radiation protection. • To carry out his/her duties under the supervision of the Radiography Services Manager and his/her deputy or such other person designated for that purpose by the Chief Executive or designated officer. • The employee will be required to spend a minimum of seven out of every eight weeks working in the assigned area of the Radiology Department while also rotating through the rest of the Department. • Identify training needs of new staff in equipment and procedures specific to general x-ray. • Responsible for the training of all Radiographers and other staff as appropriate. Inform the RSM II of the progress of each Radiographer throughout their training. • Participate in and support role extension as appropriate. • Be respectful of the confidential nature of the role, in particular the patient’s right to confidentiality. • Read and adhere to all relevant policies, procedures and guidelines of Beaumont Imaging & Interventional Radiology Directorate. • Be aware the highest standard of hygiene must be maintained in the Hospital at all times and all staff members are responsible for ensuring compliance with the Hospitals requirements and standards with regard to hygiene. • Ensure that effective safety procedures are in place to comply with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. Each staff member is individually responsible for ensuring that the Hospital remains a safe place to work. • Be appropriate in the use of Information Technology and mindful of Confidentiality Law and Ethics, Privacy and Data Protection. Operations: • To contribute to the development and implementation of operational policies, protocols and guidelines to ensure optimum utilisation of resources and systematic audit of such usage. • To identify and implement operational processes to international best practice standards in order to optimise the use of resources and to ensure compliance with international requirements. • Participation in Departmental audit systems and ensure agreed quality initiatives are carried out • To manage changes in the Radiology service as determined by the RSM2 and to work with the relevant personnel in accommodating the relevant changes and communicating these changes to the general x-ray team. • To act as radiology contact liaison with the general x-ray equipment vendors regarding existing issues together with the development, evaluation and testing of proposed new systems. • To participate and advise on the equipment selection, purchase, replacement or upgrading process and be involved in the commissioning of new general x-ray equipment. • To liaise with appropriate personnel in maintaining accurate records of equipment service, maintenance, malfunction, downtime and performance as required. • To maintain up to date knowledge of general x-ray developments and to promote awareness of same. • To attend meetings as requested by the Radiography Services Manager (or deputy/designate) and keep staff briefed on developments. • To plan for downtime with all relevant stakeholders. In the event of downtime to ensure that the service is restored as soon as possible and to follow up by identifying the cause of the downtime and to put in place preventative measures for the future. • To act as an advocate for and to promote best practice with regard to general x-ray. Strategic Management: • To support the Radiography Services Manager (or deputy/designate) in the leadership of a skilled QA team within Radiology, in order to create and promote a safe healthy working environment. • To assist with the development and implementation of Risk Management and Health and Safety strategies. • To actively participate in the continuing education and research activities consistent with the position. • As the financial function is devolved within the organisation contribute to financial planning and ensure that appropriate budgetary procedures are implemented. Quality Assurance: • To develop, implement and maintain a general x-ray Quality Assurance Programme for the Radiology Department and associated areas. • To represent general x-ray matters at the Radiology Department's Quality Assurance committee. • To co-ordinate and participate in Clinical Audit as relevant to the post. • To participate in Accreditation as required. • To ensure all equipment is in good working order and cleaned as appropriate. • To highlight and report equipment faults and problems to appropriate personnel. • To supervise all ancillary equipment. • To ensure maintenance of all protective equipment. • To ensure that good radiation protection practices are observed for staff and patients. Mandatory: Academic/Professional Qualifications and/or relevant Experience Required: (a) Possess a Degree in Radiography or the Diploma of the College of Radiographers* or (b) Possess a qualification at least equivalent to (a) above* and (c) Possess a recognised postgraduate qualification in a radiology speciality/management and 3 years clinical experience in general x-ray or (d) Have not less than six years clinical experience in general x-ray *Applicants are required to register with the Radiographers Registration Board of CORU, the Health and Social Care Professionals Council. Technical/Clinical Competencies Required: Radiographic skills to provide a comprehensive service to patients in general x-ray Working knowledge of radiation protection legislation and guidelines Practical application of best practice guidelines and protocols in general x-ray Teaching skills to provide in-house training to Radiographers in general x-ray IT skills Desirable: Experience in the supervision of staff Basic life support Further Information for Candidates: Supplementary information: The Hospital Management Unit: Informal Enquiries ONLY to: Name: Rachael Pyper     Title: Radiography Service Manager II Email address: Telephone: 01 8092807

16 days ago

Music Teachers Wanted for Sept 2019 - Leinster Area

Creative KeyboardsNationwide€30 per yearPart-time

Teachers wanted to teach beginner keyboard as an after school activity in Primary schools. Positions available in the following locations: This role would suit a student or parent returning to work with music experience up to Grade 4 in Piano. Group teaching. Experience with 5 - 10 year olds required. Car essential. €30 per hour. Lesson plans provided. Must be free from 1pm 3/5 afternoons per week for 2/3 hours.

22 days ago

Takeaway Staff - Multiple Positions

Vincenzo's TakeawayDublinFull-timePart-time

Vincenzo's Takeaway requires both Full Time and Part Time Staff to join our team - Immediate Starts Available! Positions available at our restaurants in Drimnagh and Thomas Street. Applicants must be good all rounders, who are reliable and hardworking. It is essential to have excellent English, will be required to answer the phone and take orders. Previous experience working with food preparation / grill / cook etc is a distinct advantage. Must be flexible with hours. Shifts will be based around opening hours, to be discussed. Opening Hours: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 4:30 - 1:30am Thursday: 4:30 - 2am Friday: 4:30 - 2:30am Saturday: 4:30 - 3am

24 days ago

Customer Support Professional on behalf of BT

ConcentrixSwords, DublinFull-timePermanent

Position: Customer Support Professional on behalf of BT Location: Swords, Dublin Working Hours: Shifts between 8am-10pm, Monday-Sunday Objectives: Support Professionals will handle technical customer inquiries in a courteous and professional manner while providing the highest level of customer service. They will be called upon to utilize various databases and develop analytical skills to resolve problems accurately in the most efficient manner while maintaining an excellent customer service level. Responsibilities: · Provide first class support within a busy call center environment to customers via telephone · Achieve and maintain call handling and quality based statistics · Effective use of the systems and tools available to the Support Centre · Track and document information regarding customers and their queries in call tracking database · Contribute to overall team performance, including support and assistance of other team members ·  Promote additional client services as required   Personal Success Profile: · Excellent Customer service skills, ideally with 1-year customer service experience · Excellent communication skills to include verbal, written and listening · Ability and willingness to solve problems and provide support · Flexibility to work various shifts from 8.00am – 10.00pm, 7 days a week · Experience in an environment where adherence to a schedule is of the utmost importance · Knowledge/understanding of internet, broadband etc. · Must be able to work in a high volume, fast paced, goal-oriented environment · Must have strong initiative, be positive and a quick learner with attention to detail · Ability to work independently and in a team environment · Resilient and calm with an ability to assist customers and drive brand loyalty · Ability to manage time wisely to meet call handle time and work with targets · Leaving certificate or equivalent   We offer you: The purpose of this job description is to provide a concise statement of the major responsibilities of this position in a standardised format. It is not intended to describe all elements of the work that may be performed and should not serve as the sole criteria for personnel decisions and actions.

16 days ago

Sales Assistant

Gilsenan's Allcare Pharmacy SwordsSwords, DublinPart-timeFull-time

Gilsenan’s Allcare Pharmacy in Swords are now hiring a Sales Assistant. Flexible part-time position available (24 hours rising to 40 occasionally).

7 days ago

FX Sales Consultant - Dublin Airport


FX Sales Consultants: Dublin International Airport International Currency Exchange (ICE) is one of the world’s largest providers of Travel Money and travel related financial services. Our customer base spans throughout the globe in 19 countries across 4 continents with over 400 branches at most major airports and in some of the world’s largest and most exciting cities. ICE currently has exciting opportunities for Foreign Exchange Sales Consultants to join the team based at Dublin Airport. You will be responsible for providing outstanding customer service to passengers as they travel, ensuring they receive first class advice on their travel money needs. Operating with up to 40 different currencies from around the world, you will need to be accurate, and have excellent attention to detail. We are looking for people with the following skills, however full training is provided; ·        Minimum 1 year proven Sales experience ·        Minimum 1 year proven Customer Service experience ·        Minimum 1 year proven Cash Handling experience We are looking for individuals who are sales motivated, energetic, numerate, responsible and reliable and are able to demonstrate the ability to remain calm under pressure. You would be providing a professional, fast, friendly and efficient service to our valued customers. In return, we can offer you; ·        Competitive Salary ·        Discretionary Incentive Bonus Scheme ·        Staff Car Parking Facilities ·        Preferential Staff Exchange Rates after successful completion of probation period ·        Company Uniform ·        Learning and Development Opportunities. You will work a shift rotation of 3 days in work followed by 3 days off work throughout the year, 12 hours per day (182.5 hours per month), between the hours of 4 am to 12am. You must be able to provide a 5 year reference history to meet airport pass requirements. If you think that you have what it takes to join our team then please forward a covering letter and a current CV explaining why you think you are suitable. International Currency Exchange will process and retain the information you have provided as part of the recruitment process, this information will be held for a maximum period of 12 months, if your application for the position is unsuccessful.   After this period of time the information will be deleted from our records.

9 days ago

Consultant Anaesthesiologist with a SI in Intensive Care Medicine

Beaumont HospitalDublinFull-time

BEAUMONT HOSPITAL Beaumont Hospital, incorporating St. Joseph’s Hospital, Raheny is a major academic teaching hospital providing emergency and acute care services across 54 medical specialties to a local community of some 290,000 people. We are a Designated Cancer Centre and the National Referral Centre for Neurosurgery and Neurology, Renal Transplantation, and Cochlear Implantation. We have multiple supra–regional specialities. The hospital employs approximately 3,000 staff and has a complement of 820 beds. Applications are invited for the following post: Consultant Anaesthesiologist with a SI in Intensive Care Medicine This is an appointment to the RCSI Hospitals Group on a Type B basis under the Consultant’ Contract 2008 (as of 8th December 2014) by Beaumont Hospital (39 hours per week). Applicants must be registered as a specialist in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland in the specialty of Anaesthesiology. At the time of taking up his/her consultant post he/she must have at least one year certified postgraduate training in Intensive Care Medicine and possess the Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine of Ireland or its equivalent. The successful applicant will practice as one of the primary Intensive Care Medicine Consultants, playing an integral role in the Intensive Care Medicine service and developing associated administrative, teaching, audit and research activity. He/she will participate in a roster which provides comprehensive care and responsibility for referred critically ill patients. He/she will have skills complimentary to the existing group and beneficial to the future development of services within the department and the hospital.  A Consultant Anaesthesiologist with a Special Interest in Intensive Care Medicine will provide anaesthesia services for assigned operating lists. Beaumont Hospital is proud of its family friendly policies and is open to consider flexible working arrangement requests for the filling of this post. Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Alan Gaffney, Consultant Anaesthesiologist & ICU Director, email Dr Vivienne Larney, Consultant Anaesthesiologist, Chair of Department of Anaesthesiology, email Dr Margaret Bourke, Clinical Director, Critical Care and Anaesthesiology, email or  phone 01 8092773. Please email your CV to , together with the names and addresses of four referees (one of whom should refer to a current appointment) no later than Monday 15 August, 2019

28 days ago

Dublin NGO Campaigner

Oxfam IrelandDublinFull-time

Are you looking for a part-time or full-time role that will build your skills in sales, customer service, and being a brand ambassador in the NGO sector? This is a great opportunity for an individual looking to build a career with a global movement of people working to beat poverty. Would you like to join our team of ambitious and passionate Campaigners? Our team work on the street, at various festivals and events, and at private sites throughout the year. At Oxfam Ireland we are working towards a just world without poverty, which means we are looking for tenacious and goal-oriented people looking to kick off their career in the NGO/Charity sector! What do we offer?

4 days ago


Applegreen StoresDublinFull-time

Area: Shop Job Title: Internal/External Site Operative Contract Available; Full Time Summary of Role: • To work within a team to ensure that the building and its amenities both inside and outside are kept to the highest standard of hygiene and cleanliness in all common areas • To provide excellent customer service standards to both internal and external customers • To comply with company policies and procedures as required when reporting all incidents • To complete and adhere to all training provided in particular manual handling, HACCP and company Procedures. Job Responsibilities: Indoor: • To ensure that all floor surfaces are kept clean at all times during the hours of opening • To ensure that all tables in the seating area are kept clean and free of rubbish at all times • To make sure that the Toilet areas are checked as per the agreed schedule and that all checklists are completed each day • To make sure all waste bins within the shop are emptied on a regular basis and transported to the disposal area. • To comply with company policies and procedures as required when using cleaning chemicals • To operate all floor cleaning machinery provided to assist with the job • To keep all hygiene store rooms clean and tidy and be responsible for the cleaning of mops and other equipment each day • To notify the relevant manager when cleaning supplies are running low and need to be reordered in a timely manner • To ensure all Wet floor signs are placed when necessary Outdoor: • To make sure that all external areas are kept free of litter at all times during the hours of Opening • To ensure that all waste bins are kept clean and emptied on a regular basis and transported to the disposal area • To ensure that all fuel pumps and pump islands are cleaned each day and more often if Required • To make sure any incidents that occur externally are reported to the relevant manager in store and that any spillages are cleaned up to operate the forecourt safely again • To comply with company policies and procedures as required when using cleaning chemicals and reporting incidents • To make sure the car wash area is kept clean and operational at all times • And any other duties as directed by the site director • Note: This is not an all-inclusive list, additional duties may be assigned

4 days ago

Healthcare Assistants

Virtue Integrated Elder Care - The Four Ferns Nursing HomeFoxrock, DublinFull-time

The Four Ferns (Opening November 2019). Due to the ongoing developments within our organisation we are currently recruiting for qualified and experienced professionals to join our new Four Ferns Nursing Home. Our team is passionate about improving the quality of life of our residents and place a strong importance on social, physical and mental stimulation. We deliver exceptional experiences, with a range of leisure activities and external excursions, tailored around our resident’s interests and needs. Applications are invited from suitably experienced and qualified candidates for the position of a Healthcare Assistant. You should be in possession or working towards a QQI level 5 qualification in Healthcare. What we offer: For a full Job description and further details please contact Radek Warchola, Group HR Manager at hr @

1 day ago
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