About the role:
As a Respiratory Physiologist, you will be working in a clinical and service development capacity to ensure the service to patients is planned, delivered, and evaluated in line with evidence-based practice. Working closely with the multi-disciplinary team to help create and maintain a robust service whilst seamlessly incorporating other centre services.
What's in it for you as a Respiratory Physiologist:
- Competitive pay with progressive band structuring
- Private healthcare cover of up to £20,000 per year
- Ongoing training and development programmes
- Discounts at local, national and online shops and more!
- Participate in respiratory & cardiac investigations within own skill-base and have working knowledge of all aspects of all services, including administrative duties. This will include performing tests and providing the reports.
- Act as an independent practitioner without direct supervision.
- Be aware of ARTP, BTS, SCST and NICE guidelines and to carry out all procedures in accordance with these nationally agreed guidelines and policies of the department and hospital.
- Maintain expertise in “cardiac resuscitation procedures” in accordance with agreed and established policies.
- BSc in Clinical Physiology or equivalent
- ALS (desirable) or ILS
- RCCP registration (desirable)
- ARTP or equivalent (desirable)
- Experience as independent practitioner in respiratory investigations
- Able to perform a wide range of non-invasive investigations independently.
- Knowledgeable, dedicated and vastly experienced Permanent Team with longstanding professional relationships with multiple clients
- Access to exclusive vacancies through our numerous Master Vendor trusts across the country
- Vacancies outside of NHS Rate caps with our private sector agreements
- Access to International roles outside of England and the United Kingdom
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Disclaimer: We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.