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Senior CT Radiographer

University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust
£35,392 to £42,618 per annum
Closing date
30 Sep 2023

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Band 6
Contract Type
Full Time
We are seeking an enthusiastic, dynamic and specialist Senior CT Radiographer (Band 6) to join our friendly and sociable imaging team at the Royal Sussex County Hospital (RSCH) in Brighton. This exciting opportunity will be perfect for a suitably qualified radiographer who is committed to providing and maintaining a very high standard of patient care and imaging outcomes.

A brand new, purpose-designed, imaging department is due to open this year in an expansive redevelopment of the Royal Sussex County Hospital site (3Ts Development). This promises to be a great opportunity for all members of the imaging team who wish to be part of real improvement in patients' experience and imaging outcomes.

The department is supported by a team of Lead Superintendent Radiographers and Superintendent Radiographers, and in return for your commitment to us we will provide ongoing support for your professional development, as well as a friendly, challenging and stimulating work environment.

Main duties of the job

The CT department currently consists of 3 scanners - one Siemens: Definition Flash and two Definition AS, one of which is situated in the Accident and Emergency Department. With the expansion into the new Louisa Martindale building and replacement of the current scanners this will include two Canon Aquilion One Prism, one Canon Prime SP, one Siemens Drive and one Siemens Exceed, culminating in a total of 5 CT scanners on this site.

As a Senior CT Radiographer you will initially be working between our Emergency Imaging department and our Main CT department seeing patients from a variety of sources as both Inpatients and Outpatients. This will then extend into the full use of all systems as new departments open.

The post-holder will participate in the 7-day extended day and out-of-hours (OOH) rotas providing a high standard 24 hour emergency service for the Royal Sussex County Hospital. The post will include an orientation to plain film, theatres, mobiles and RACH to be able to provide these services. This post also has a commitment to some weekend shifts as part of core working hours.

About us

Join us at UHSussex , every day is different, you can be the change, better never stops

At UHSussex we're proud to be at the heart of the NHS. As one of the UK's largest acute Trusts, we're a leading example of the excellence, the ambition and the values that have embodied the NHS for over 70 years.

Improving lives: We are a vibrant and inclusive organisation, with hardworking, talented and dedicated individuals, who work together towards a common goal, to always put our Patient First. Our mission is summed up by our 'where better never stops' motto and no matter the role at UHSussex, you will play a part in driving us forwards and in improving the lives of patients across Sussex. We treat our patients and staff with the same compassion and empathy we expect for ourselves. We're here for them when they need us, and we go above and beyond to meet their needs. This can be seen in our wellbeing programme for staff which is extensive and designed to support you when you need it because we know that to look after others we must first look after ourselves.

Build a career with us: As a university trust and a leader in healthcare research, we value learning, teaching and training so that we can be the best that we can be. From the moment you start with us and throughout your career we will help you to grow and develop. We hope that in choosing UHSussex you are choosing a long and happy career where you will be able to see the difference you make and feel valued for all that you do.

Job description

Job responsibilities

  • The Radiographer will be expected to work as a core member of the CT imaging team in all CT departments on the Royal Sussex County Hospital (RSCH) site, as well as achieve competence in all areas required as part of the emergency OOH service.
  • The radiographer will need to be able to undertake a wide range of clinical duties to provide a high quality imaging service and assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients, encouraging and supporting colleagues to also do so.
  • To ensure the department delivers an exemplary service and experience to patients and members of the public.
  • To ensure departmental adherence to Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (IR(ME)R) 2017, Ionising Radiation Regulations (IRR) 2017 and the Trusts policies, protocols and guidelines.
  • Actively participate as a member of the multi-disciplinary team, including the supervision of newly qualified and junior members of staff, assistant practitioners and student Radiographers
  • Support the Superintendent Radiographers to ensure that the day to day running of the CT departments are smoothly co-ordinated.
  • To demonstrate a commitment to continued professional development (CPD).
  • To participate in the extended working day, weekend and night rotas.

Please see JD and PS for full details.

Person Specification

Training, HCPC registration and NHS experience


  • Degree/Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography
  • HCPC registration
  • NHS experience (at least 6 months)

Working at UH Sussex


  • Mentions specifics of working at UHS/RSCH

Patient/care focussed


  • Evidence of providing patient-focused care
  • Understanding of Patient First
  • Trust Values

Team working


  • Evidence of team working within Imaging
  • Evidence of working in a wider multidisciplinary team



  • Awareness of IR(ME)R 2017
  • Awareness of IRR 2017


  • Awareness of Health and Safety (RIDDOR, COSHH, Health and Safety at Work Act etc.)
  • Data Protection/GDPR awareness

Modality experience


  • Evidence of extensive experience in CT


  • Experience in mobiles, theatre, plain film, paeds

Employer details

Employer name

University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust (279)


Royal Sussex County Hospital

Eastern Road



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