Chief Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Permanent Full Time
80 Hours per Fortnight Monthly ADO
Ballarat Health Services provides a complex range of surgical, medical, obstetric, psychiatric, palliative care, rehabilitation and residential services.
Our Radiology department has a vacancy for a Chief Nuclear Medicine Technologist. This is an exciting opportunity for a team orientated leader seeking flexible workorlife balance in iconic Ballarat.
BHS Radiology is a state of the art department that performs Approx. 10,000 exams per month across a wide range of diagnostic and interventional radiological procedures, including Nuclear Medicine, MRI, CT, X ray, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound and Mammography.
The successful applicant will join a dynamic team of highly skilled healthcare professionals dedicated to provide exceptional service to the community.
Employing around 4,300 staff, BHS mission is to deliver quality care to the communities we serve by providing safe, accessible and integrated health services resulting in positive experiences and outcomes. Our core values of Teamwork, Respect, Compassion and Accountability are central to our organisation and this role in delivering our outcomes.
Ballarat allows you the best of both worlds. You will enjoy the convenience and amenity that living in a large cosmopolitan city affords with the lifestyle and beauty of a rural environment with Melbourne only 75 minutes drive. A vibrant and progressive regional city Ballarat has a diverse and emerging restaurant and Cafe scene. Home to some of the state s top primary and secondary schools along with first class recreational and sporting facilities. Low commuting times, affordable housing, lifestyle, investment and employment opportunities are all reasons why more than 2,000 people choose to relocate to Ballarat every year.
Applications must be submitted on line.
All appointments are subject to a satisfactory Police Records Check and Immunisation Clearance.
BHS is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI people.