Medical Radiation Technologist (MRT)-Mammographer


We have exciting opportunities available for experienced Medical Radiation Technologists / Mammographers to work within our Breast Centre at Hutt Hospital. 

ABOUT THE ROLE 

The Breast Centre provides specialist care to both symptomatic and screening clients across the lower North Island. We are looking for a full time person to produce quality images for both the screening, symptomatic and assessment breast imaging services for the Breast Centre.

The department focuses on high-quality imaging services for clients requiring mammography investigations including ultrasound and tomosynthesis. We promote multidisciplinary teamwork and support continual professional development.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

To work with us you need to have a a Post Graduate Certificate in Mammography or equivalent as per NP&QS and hold a current practicing certificate and registration with the New Zealand Medical Radiation Technologists Board (NZMRTB). 

BENEFITS

We offer a supportive workplace culture with a commitment to your on-going professional development. This includes; a comprehensive orientation programme, training and study opportunities, and peer support. 

Staff benefits include discounts from many companies throughout the region, and use of our onsite gym. 

HOW TO APPLY

Please complete an online HVDHB application form by clicking the 'Apply Now' button or through our careers website: www.healthyjobs.co.nz  Please note: We are unable to accept applications via email.

For further information on this role, please email recruitment@huttvalleydhb.org.nz and indicate the vacancy number 8111063-18 and job title in the subject line.

We will consider all applications as they are submitted until a suitable applicant has been found. Your application will be assessed against the required competencies and you will be notified of the status of your application as soon as possible.

 

Permanent/Full Time, Permanent/Part Time

Job no: 8111063-18

Location: Lower Hutt

Closing Date: Sunday, 28 April 2019