(BAND 7)
SALARY 32,974 43,471

An opportunity has arisen to work in our busy radiography department based at the Lawson Memorial hospital, Golspie. Our friendly imaging team is committed to excellence and our standards are high. The department is well equipped with RIS, PACS and houses a Philips general X-ray room (currently in process of replacement to DR), Toshiba Ultrasound scanner and Philips Mobile Image Intensifier.

We are seeking enthusiastic, flexible and motivated Radiographer/Sonographer to join our diagnostic imaging team. You must be HCPC registered and have a BSc or equivalent qualification in diagnostic radiography and be suitably experienced to cover a wide range of radiological investigations. Candidates should also be suitably qualified in Sonography to PGDip/Cert level with experience in Gyn, General; experience in Obstetric ultrasound would be an advantage although not essential.

This post is a permanent full-time post, working 37.5 hours per week, to be worked to meet service requirements. Rotation to larger sister hospital at Caithness General Hospital, Wick will be required to maintain competency and team work. Candidates will be expected to become a radiation protection supervisor for the site, training for this can be arranged as required.

Applicants should have a full driving licence and access to personal transport and you will be expected to travel efficiently and effectively between various work locations to meet the operational requirements of the service.

Golspie lies within the county of Sutherland in the North of Scotland. The area boasts natural beauty with many outdoor pursuits available. It has excellent schools, low crime rate, and where the people are friendly and welcoming.

Informal enquiries would be welcomed by Kirstin Mackay, Diagnostic Imaging Team Leader Tel: 01955 880245.

Application forms/full information packs are available (quoting Job Ref: 075/18.19ES1) by telephoning Employment Services on 01955 880403 or emailing

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 12 noon on Friday 21st December 2018