Sonographer - AQP South Staffordshire

Location: Staffordshire

Contract Type: Part Time

Salary: Negotiable

Specific Hours: 8 hours per week

Sonographer - AQP South Staffordshire


Location: South Staffordshire

Contract: Thursday, 8 hours per week

Salary: Negotiable

Reports to: Operations Manager


The company:

Healthshare is a clinically led, independent provider of innovative NHS services working across the country.

At Healthshare we care about your career development. Applicants will be keen learners and will actively participate in clinical teaching. Through a combination of training, CPD and experience, we will ensure you progress within a dedicated team of excellent Sonographers.


The Position:

Ideally, we are looking for an Advanced Practitioner, experienced in all aspects of Musculoskeletal and General Ultrasound (to include abdominal, gynaecological, urinary tract, thyroid and testes.) However, if you have experience in some or most of these areas, we would still like to talk to you and help you realise your full potential.

You will be working with new “state of the art” Ultrasound equipment.

You’ll receive great support from an excellent team of Sonographers, assistants, consultants and administration staff.

Modern, user-friendly reporting software is provided.


The successful candidates will ideally require:

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) Hon in Diagnostic Radiography or equivalent/degree/diploma
  • Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound (DMU) or Postgraduate Diploma (Pg Dip) or Master of Science (MSc) in Medical Ultrasound
  • MSK Ultrasound module or equivalent training
  • Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered


Desirable qualities:

  • Recognised Thyroid training
  • Previous experience working within a Primary Care / Community setting.
  • Experience of mentoring student Sonographers.
  • A flexible approach to work.


Core Responsibilities and key accountabilities included but not limited to:

  • Maintaining and promoting the highest professional, technical and ethical standards in Ultrasound, through effective clinical governance.
  • To continually improve Ultrasound practice through professional and personal development.
  • Managerial Responsibility - Support the Operations Manager, in ensuring that imaging practice standards are monitored and continuously updated. Maintain the highest possible quality of service.
  • Clinical Responsibility - To provide a comprehensive and effective high-quality Ultrasound service.
  • Operational Responsibilities - To liaise with our team, in order to ensure the highest quality of service to patients and clinicians. Work effectively with all disciplines of staff. Ensure all targets and quality standards are achieved.


Why should you apply:

If you are looking to develop yourself and others and want to work for a company that sets a high bar in Ultrasound quality, apply now!

Please consult the job description for full overview of the role.

Apply now