Sonographer Vacancies

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Sonographer 

Start Date: ASAP

Contract: 12 months

Private Practice

Monday to Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

2 Ultrasound rooms Logiq XD Clear E9

General, obstetric and gynaecology, MSK and vascular

You will be working with  1 qualified & 1 Trainee sonographer

Radiologist on site 3days/week

Up to $80ph + Super 

Please send resume via email enquiries@cabramattarad.com.au

Documents required: Work with Children, criminal record check, ASAR membership

Policy and Standards Officer

The Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) is seeking to fill a new role for the organisation of a Policy and Standards Officer. This role is part-time with workdays and time offering great flexibility for the right candidate.

Policy and Standards officer will look at policy, standards and advocacy work for the ultrasound profession.

ASUM mission and primary role

The Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine is a professional membership organisation whose mission is to foster a collaborative multi-disciplinary community of highly competent health professionals who deliver ultrasound services.

Objectives

The objectives of ASUM are to:

  • To ensure best practice, health and safety of ultrasound practitioners and their patients during COVID-19 and beyond.
  • To foster an engaged ultrasound community that actively collaborates, shares and supports each other to the benefit of all participants and their patients.
  • To ensure operational alignment to deliver positive outcomes for the ultrasound community in a sustainable manner.

ASUM values

Our values provide a framework by which our people make consistent decisions in the best interests of our stakeholders. They underpin all that we do and act as guiding principles for individuals within ASUM and for ASUM. They provide a framework for the conduct expected from our employees and articulate what stakeholders can expect from ASUM. Understanding and living these values helps create a workplace that is known for high performance and positive relationships.

  • Service, Integrity and Professionalism:

o Recruiting and partnering with employees and partners who share our values

o Performing to and upholding high standards

o Respect and compassion

o Supporting each other and treating each other as we would like to be treated

o Being inclusive in our processes and pursuing diversity

o Rewarding and celebrating achievements

o Being sympathetic and empathetic

  • Leadership, Collaboration & Teamwork:

o Commitment to the highest standards of behaviour in all our actions

o Being open and fair

o Encourage workforce practice where excellence is recognized, valued and exemplified at all levels

o Promote sustainable practices and outcomes

o Working together to achieve the best outcome

  • Commitment, Diligence and Responsibility:

o Being sensitive to competing needs and working together to achieve overall success

o Managing risk & sustainability

o Accepting accountability for actions

  • Safety:

o Creating a culture of working safely

o Developing the use of innovative safety solutions

o Managerial accountability

o Leading the ultrasound industry in health and safety performance

o Educating and training employees and pro bono workforce

  • Enterprising & Innovation:

o Rising to the challenge of adversity

o Being resourceful in achieving outcomes

o Delivering what we promise

o Focus on results

ASUM organisational structure

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) manages the ASUM secretariat which is made up of the: education, operations (including IT and finance), education, scientific publications, standards of practice, membership and events/conference.

Policy and Standards Officer responsibilities

The Policy and Standards Officer is responsible for undertaking a range of duties including but not limited to:

Process

  • Develop and regularly review the process required for Standards of Practice guidelines. Process/policy to be approved by the CEO and ASUM Board of Directors.
  • Develop and regularly review the Terms of Reference for the Standards of Practice committee. Terms of Reference to be approved by the CEO and ASUM Board of Directors.

 

Committee support

  • Provide secretariat support to the Policy and Standards Chair to organize teleconferences and meetings. Generate and disseminate agendas and meeting minutes
  • Provide support to the committee responding in a timely fashion to committee member requests and seek the input from individual committee on Policies and Standards
  • Work with the committee to ensure expertise is well documented and drafted in accordance with expertise offered from the committee

Review of Policy and Statements

  • Develop, implement and maintain a review process ensuring that all deadlines are strictly adhered to
  • Draft new policies and statements where directed, facilitate the review process and submit to the CEO for ASUM Board of Directors approval
  • Research and provide evidence-based findings to support the Standards of Practice as guided by the committee
  • Ensure that any approved policies and statements are uploaded onto the relevant section on the ASUM website
  • Work with AJUM Editor-in-Chief to publish any new or reviewed Standards of Practice for peer review in the ASUM journal

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate:

  • Demonstrated experience in;
    • Research and policy writing
    • Report writing skills
  • High level computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • A high level of organisational skills and ability to prioritise work commitments
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to multitask and work autonomously to manage conflicting priorities
  • Customer service experience and engagement with varied levels of stakeholders
  • Experience working with volunteers and committees

Desired skills:

  • Previous work in a Policy and Standards role
  • Previous work in a not-for-profit organisation and/or health care industry
  • Experience in effective engagement
  • Experience in a professional membership organisation

Working hours, salary and benefits

This is a part-time 0.6 full time equivalent role (FTE). Normal business hours between 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

It will sometimes be necessary to work during the evening, on public holidays or on weekends. When work is authorised out-of-hours, reimbursement will be by time-in-lieu on an hour for hour basis. When work is authorised on weekends or public holidays, reimbursement will be by time-in-lieu on a day-for-day basis.

Salary is approximately $30,000-$35,000 (depending on skills and experience) inclusive of 10% superannuation based on 0.4 FTE (i.e. $83,000-$90,000 FTE equivalent).

If you would like to apply for this position, please forward the following items to the Chief Executive Officer;

  1. Cover letter
  2. Resume
  3. Supporting evidence of experience

Only suitable candidates will be contacted.

Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine

Phone: 02 9958 7655

Fax: 02 9958 8002

Email: ceo@asum.com.au

Website: www.asum.com.au

  • Full-Time and part-time opportunities available
  • Fantastic leadership opportunity
  • Relocation assistance available
  • Lead a team across various south-eastern/Eastern suburb locations

Monash Ultrasound for Women are leaders in O&G ultrasound and diagnostic care 
Monash Ultrasound for Women (MUFW) is a premier provider of specialist diagnostic O&G ultrasound and is devoted to meeting the imaging and diagnostic needs of women at various stages of their lives. Clinics are located at Berwick, Box Hill, Clayton, Mulgrave, Richmond and Sunshine.

MUFW is part of the Monash IVF Group.  Monash IVF Group is renowned for advancing the delivery of reproductive health services for contemporary lifestyles. You’ll be joining a team of multidisciplinary specialists who collaborate to improve the experience and outcomes for patients with care and compassion.

A role with unique responsibilities
We have three, new, Team Leader, Sonographer positions available. These positions are unique in their field as they’re a combination of both clinical and managerial – allowing you to still scan whilst offering you the chance to further your career! You are responsible for leading a team of sonographers and producing high quality obstetric and gynaecological scans. With exceptional care and support, you will directly enhance the patient experience.

Reporting into the General Manager Monash Ultrasound for Women, working closely with the Sonologists and with the other Sonographer Team Leaders, your responsibilities will include:

  • Producing high quality obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound scans
  • Leading a team of Sonographers across multiple clinics
  • Resolving day-to-day operational issues
  • Achieving Net Promoter Score (NPS) expectations by continually improving the service delivery provided by the clinic and proactively acting on patient complaints
  • Working with the Quality, Risk & Compliance team to facilitate successful quality assessment and accreditation
  • Collaborating with the Reporting Coordinator in assisting with re-organising the rostering of sonographer team to best meet the needs of the business
  • Training and upskilling less experienced sonographers in all areas of O&G ultrasound
  • Providing patients with exceptional care and support
  • Ensuring effective communication is delivered to internal stakeholders and patients
  • Working closely with MUFW multidisciplinary teams

 Are you the ideal candidate for us?
The ideal candidate will see their role as vital to the success of the organisation. Understanding Sonographers face ups and down from one patient to another, you will be sensitive to the needs of patients and will support their wellbeing through timely and considered communication. You will be available to your sonographer team, training and upskilling them as required. You will bring the following:

  • Post Graduate qualification in ultrasound scanning
  • ASAR (Australian Sonographer Association Registry) membership
  • Tertiary qualifications in a health science or related discipline
  • Leadership and operational management experience (desired)
  • Adequate experience and skills in all facets of obstetric and gynaecological scanning
  • RANZCOG certification to perform Nuchal Translucency scans
  • A strong customer service orientation and attention to detail
  • Dynamic, flexible and adaptable attitude
  • A willingness to fit in and embrace the Monash IVF Group Principles: Care, Collaborate, Communicate, Commitment and Create.

 Monash IVF Group values each and every one of our employees
Leading the evolution of care also means caring for our people. We ensure all employees feel included, supported and valued. Being part of the Monash IVF Group gives you access to many benefits, including the following:

  • Employer of choice for Gender Equality
  • Access to a contemporary Employee Assistance Program for employee wellbeing; physical, mental, social and financial.
  • Discounts on MIVFG fertility and ultrasound services
  • A Learning & Development Framework that supports your professional development
  • Paid IVF Leave
  • Paid Parental Leave – 10 weeks plus superannuation

If you’re ready to join the leaders in O&G ultrasound and diagnostic care, please follow the link below

Closing Date: 18 May 2022

Liz Dawson
HR Business Partner, Ultrasound

ldawson@monashivfgroup.com
0419 802 462
 

Sonographer – Full time Permanent

Are you keen to bring your skills and experience to work for a new Radiology practice in a regional centre that promises a great work environment and guaranteed work-life balance?

 We don’t want ‘just anyone’ – we want someone with that little bit of something special, who is looking to make a difference.

Absolute Radiology opened in August 2019 in the stunning location of New Plymouth and only 100m from the Coastal Walkway, a true hiking gem of the region (you can go for a walk in your lunchbreak) along with the vibrant café and arts scene and by the way, did you know NP had the most sunshine hours for all of NZ in 2021?

We are a fully equipped specialist imaging facility, offering CT, MRI, Ultrasound, X-ray, DEXA and interventional Radiology. The convenience of all radiology imaging options housed together under the same roof with an amazing team around you has to be appealing.

We have a purpose-built ultrasound suite well supported by a fantastic admin and clinical team. Workload consists of a variety of examinations including MSK, Obstetric, Vascular and general Abdo.

You will be supported by a team of 4 Radiologists – all with extensive experience.

Do you have the ideal skills and experience?

A post grad qualification in Ultrasound imaging and registration with the MRTB with some experience ‘under your belt’.

You must have an exceptional ability to connect well with patients across all ages. It is essential that you can work independently and be time efficient. We are a very much ‘hands on’ group who work collaboratively with colleagues and referrers, our focus is primarily on patient care and ensuring the journey is seamless for all.

With such a well-equipped practice and the offer of regular education sessions and superior management support to the entire team including values of staff wellness and holistic support, what more could you ask for in a job? Of course, a sense of humour is an absolute requirement!

Apply Now

The Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) is seeking to fill a new role for the organisation of a Community Management Officer. This role is part-time with workdays and time offering great flexibility for the right candidate.

Use your ultrasound knowledge to foster an engaged ultrasound community across all segments of our membership and beyond.

The Community Management Officer is responsible for undertaking a range of duties including but not limited to:

  • Driving value generation for participants and the organisation, aligned to strategy and the role of the community
  • Mapping desired member/user journeys and aligning these to;
    • building and maintaining strategic
    • qualified engagement in the community
  • Building and maintaining strategic relationships with key community participants based on business or organisational objectives
  • Leading the tone and culture of the community via social norms, rituals and focused interactions
  • Governance setting and maintenance, including moderation, risk management and issues escalation
  • Regular measurement of, and benchmarking around, community success and health metrics
  • Implementing reputation and recognition programs
  • Organising and refreshing the community for optimal user experience and outcomes
  • Reporting to leadership and stakeholders around community intelligence and insights
  • Spokesperson for the community internally and externally if required
  • Related work for the organisation around the community; e.g. creating content about or representing the community for peers, customers or the media.

Download the full position description for more information and how to apply.

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