Radiographers recruitment agency listing
There are two main types of radiographer. Diagnostic radiographers take images to aid the diagnosis of an injury or disease while therapeutic radiographers help to treat people who have cancer.
The majority of radiographers train by studying for a bachelors degree in either diagnostic radiography or radiotherapy. Alternatively, they may study for a bachelors degree in a subject related to medicine before going on to study for a postgraduate degree in diagnostic radiography or radiotherapy. All radiography courses combine theoretical study with clinical placements in hospitals and enable graduates to register with the Health Professions Council (HPC). Once in employment, radiographers must undertake continuing professional development (CPD) to refresh their skills.
Radiographers should feel confident working with high-tech equipment. They should be well organised, sympathetic, and able to build trusting relationships with their patients. Since radiography work involves frequent bending and standing, radiographers must be physically fit.
The majority of radiographers work in NHS hospitals, clinics and radiotherapy centres. Others work in hospitals and clinics in the private sector. There is currently a shortage of radiographers, particularly in London. Vacancies for trained radiographers are often advertised in scientific publications and through recruitment agencies.
The majority of radiography jobs are full-time positions. However, part-time work is available. Diagnostic radiographers are often required to work night shifts and weekends. Therapeutic radiographers tend to work standard office hours.
Newly qualified radiographers working in the NHS earn around £18,000 a year. Staff in inner London receive a living supplement on top of their basic wage. Radiographers in private sector hospitals may earn more than those working in public sector hospitals.
17 Recruitment Agencies found
Team Support Midlands Ltd
Team Support have a specialised Healthcare Division supplying into NHS and public sector contracts, private care homes, and specialised contracts.An established data base of candidates ensures our name as the number one choice in the Healthcare Industry for all of the Midlands and surrounding areas.
Peritus Healthcare Ltd
Our commitment to customer service aligned with our extensive candidate knowledge, ensures we can provide access to the best talent in the healthcare sector.
Social Care Direct Recruitment
We successfully recruit across the UK for all Health Care Opportunities including Nurse's, inc RMN/RNLD, Charge Nurse, Senior Management, Hospital Management, Home Managers, Physiotherapists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Doctors plus many more areas within Healthcare. We are an approved provider of staff for over 30 nationwide healthcare providers covering over 2000 care homes, units, and hospitals.
RIG Healthcare Recruit
RIG Healthcare is a specialist staffing agency providing a range of Healthcare Professionals to both the Public and Private sectors, throughout the UK. With nearly 50 years' combined recruitment experience, we have established a broad range of clients across the healthcare sector.
Ellis Jackson Recruitment - Health & Social Care Specialists
Ellis Jackson Recruitment is one of the leading specialist recruitment consultancies in the UK. We are proud to boast an unrivalled knowledge of the Healthcare, Social Care and Not-for-Profit sectors as well as a proven track record in delivering an exceptional service.
Time Recruitment Solutions Ltd
Time Recruitment are one of the UK's leading independent recruitment firms with offices in Manchester, London and Birmingham. Specialising in four key recruitment sectors, we have seen phenomenal growth since our launch in 2002. Our specialist sector knowledge combined with our understanding of the marketplace has allowed us to develop strong relationships with both our clients and candidates.