Supernumerary Medical Equipment Management (MEM) Clinical Technologist Trainee

  • Job Reference: 00057553-1
  • Date Posted: 12 October 2020
  • Employer: NHS Highland
  • Website: https://www.nhshighland.scot.nhs.uk/
  • Location: Inverness, Highland
  • Salary: £25,100 to £31,649
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Full Time, Contract

Job Description

SUPERNUMERARY PRACTIONER CLINICAL TECHNOLOGIST – BAND 5 (Annex 21 – 70%)

FIXED TERM CONTRACT – 2 YEARS

Location Inverness

 

 

You will join a team providing a Medical Equipment Management service to NHS Highland. The service includes the installation, commissioning, calibration, performance assurance and repair of a wide range of medical equipment. This may involve such skill-sets as electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, IT and networking.

 

Applicants should possess a relevant engineering/science/technology-based degree. Candidates with a relevant HNC/HND in an appropriate subject, may be acceptable provided there is an equivalent profile of knowledge, training and experience to degree level.

 

Applicants should have good manual dexterity, communication and interpersonal skills.

 

The post is a fully funded 2 year training post, successful applicants will be registered onto the IPEM Diploma in Clinical Technology in Medical Engineering and applicants are expected to complete that training and achieve the award of DipIPEM (T) leading to registration on the Register of Clinical Technologists.  The scheme is commissioned by NES.

 

To learn more about Clinical Technology as a profession, prospective candidates should visit the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine website at

https://www.ipem.ac.uk/CareersJobs/Whatdoourmembersdo/ClinicalTechnologists.aspx or https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/explore-roles/healthcare-science/roles-healthcare-science/physical-sciences-and-biomedical-engineering/medical-engineering

 

Informal enquiries about the Clinical Engineering Technologist training scheme should be made to Steve Brown.  Email: steve.brown6@nhs.scot

 

Unless candidates can evidence their entitlement to work in the UK without restriction, sponsorship will be required for applications from outside the EEA.  We will be unable to get Sponsorship for an applicant if the post can be filled by a UK or EEA resident and therefore are unlikely to consider applicants resident outside the EEA area. 

 

 

Please note: only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.