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Screening and Assessment Radiographer

Closing Date: 17/07/2024


Bentleigh East, Vic


Not disclosed


Monash BreastScreen is part of the National Breast Cancer Screening Program, BreastScreen Australia. The program is jointly funded by both state and federal governments and aims to screen 70% of women aged 50-74 years. There are over 250,000 eligible women (i.e. Women aged 40+ are eligible; women 50-74 specifically targeted) in the Monash BreastScreen catchment of South East Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula. Women are screened in community based centres and if assessment is required, they return to Moorabbin Hospital, Monash Health. Monash BreastScreen performs more than 64,000 screening examinations per year. 

Your Opportunity

Monash BreastScreen has a vacancy for suitably skilled radiographer on a part time or full time basis. We offer flexible working hours, ongoing education and a supportive team environment. The primary role and position is for screening mammography undertaken at Moorabbin, Waverley and Casey Hospital screening sites as well as in the Monash BreastScreen Assessment Clinics located at the Moorabbin Hospital. Prior experience in breast imaging is required.    

Why work for us?    

  • Flexible and Supportive Culture    
  • Enjoy being part of a supportive and friendly team environment;    
  • Be part of a family-friendly workplace, where part-time work is encouraged, and which you can combine with other part-time radiography work if desired; and    
  • Enjoy salary-sacrifice   
  • Breast Imaging training provided    
  • Great career pathways available    

Training and Development:    

  • Opportunities for training and development are provided, including the chance to work in the Monash Breast Screening and Assessment Clinics with a multi-disciplinary team to diagnose patients;     
  • The Breast Screen Victoria (BSV) Radiographer Training Centre (RTC) is managed by Monash Breast Screen was established to educate and promote best practise in breast imaging to radiographers within Breast Screen Victoria and has been extended to radiographers working within the diagnostic setting. RTC has been providing accredited training to radiographers in CCPM to meet that demand since 2001. The RTC Academic modules of training has been transferred from a Face to face environment to an On-line platform, giving those enrolled in the program to the flexibility to complete the training in your home environment, during the hours that suite you.    

The RTC provides opportunities to staff who may be interested in a training portfolio as the next steps in their career

What we can offer

Ultimately, we provide you a platform to leapfrog your career with more opportunities to experience a wider scope of practice with less competition due to location and population. 

Nowhere else will you experience the vast diversity of career advancement other than in rural and remote Queensland. 

  • Generous professional development allowances! 
  • Accommodation may be provided by negotiation! 
  • Grow your career in South West’s highly skilled and diverse team! 
  • Make a positive difference to members of our community! 

What You Need:    

  • Relevant Qualification (aligned to position description)    
  • Demonstrated experience (aligned to position description noting no reference to years of experience)    
  • Current AHPRA registration    
  • Radiation Use license    
  • Working with Children Check    
  • COVID Vaccination Certificate    

For a confirdential discussion please contact Anna Mullen on (03) 9928 8292. Our eRecruit Reference Number = 1725.

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Contact: Anna Mullen on (03) 9928 8292
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