MRI Superintendent Radiographer

MRI Superintendent Radiographer - Reference [NONE]

Role Information:

Working with the Centre Director and the team, the successful candidate will operationally manage 2 GE MRI scanners (1.5 and 3T) whilst also overseeing the implementation and development of 2 new Siemens MRI scanners on the ground floor expansion of OneWelbeck Imaging & Diagnostics. You will successfully launch 2 MRI scanners whilst building your team of Cross-Sectional Radiographers alongside the CT superintendent. You will be responsible for all areas of staff growth through their journey in MRI up to Cardiac.

  1. Salary: 60,000-70,000 + 5% performance related Bonus

People Management:

You will be responsible for a growing team of cross-sectional radiographers. You will have full oversight of all recruitment, HR and Payroll processes supported by the HR and Payroll team.

You will co-manage all centre staff with the Senor Leadership Team, made up of:

  • MRI Superintendent
  • CT Superintendent
  • Business Manager
  • Pathology Coordinator

Values & Behaviours: 

  • Demonstrable commitment to and focus on quality, promotes high standards to consistently improve patient outcomes.
  • Demonstrable skill to work together to serve our customers through delivering safe and excellent clinical care.
  • Value diversity and difference, operates with integrity and openness.
  • Treating others with compassion, empathy and respect.
  • Share information, where appropriate, openly and effectively with patients, staff and relatives.
  • Works across boundaries, looks for collective success, listens, involves, respects and learns from the contribution of others.
  • Uses evidence to make improvements, increase efficiencies and seeks out innovation.
  • Actively develops themselves and others.

Infection Prevention & Control:

All Welbeck Health Partners employees, whether involved directly or indirectly in the provision of healthcare, have a duty to co-operate with and implement Business policies and procedures in preventing and controlling infection. This includes co-operation with colleagues and contractors also involved in the provision of healthcare so far as is necessary to enable the Business to meet its obligations under the Health and Social Care Act 2008.


Welbeck Health Partners is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and adults at risk and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and ensure they work in accordance with the Welbeck Health Partners Safeguarding Child and Adult at Risks Policies and Procedures.

Staff should ensure that they remain up to date with safeguarding training requirements and know how to report safeguarding concerns or allegations against staff and should follow safeguarding policy and procedures and the allegations against staff policy.


Maintain confidentiality in relation to personal data held for colleagues and patients, ensuring that it is processed lawfully; for no purpose other than that for which it was obtained; is relevant to that purpose; is retained for no longer than is necessary; is processed in accordance with the rights of the subject to access and accuracy; and is protected from accidental loss or damage in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act (as amended), and records management guidance.

Maintain confidentiality of patient-identifiable personal data using a non-identifiable alternative, where practicable, and limiting access on a strictly need to know basis in accordance with the responsibilities of the Business’s Caldicott Guardian.


Accept personal responsibility for contributing to the Welbeck Health Partners management of risk, including the reasonable avoidance of any action which would knowingly cause unacceptable risk to self, others, or to the Business.

As far as is reasonably practicable attempt to prevent other people from undertaking tasks or actions which would knowingly cause risks to self, others, or to the Business, in accordance with the Business policy and training.

Identify and report actual or potential hazards/ risks in the work environment in accordance with Business policies and take immediate action to minimise risks where it is reasonably practicable to do so.

Identify and report to the appropriate authority incidents of risk, neglect, abuse or endangerment to vulnerable adults and children.

Follow Welbeck Health Partners policy on use of Personal Protective Equipment e.g., Masks, Gloves, Visors etc.

Awareness of and compliance with Health and Safety Regulations.

Equality & Diversity:

The Business recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce reflective of the communities that we serve and is committed to equal opportunities in employment with a devotion to eliminate all forms of unlawful discrimination.  The Business aims to promote equality of opportunity and good relations between staff and patients (including volunteers, contractors and bank staff).  All individuals have a duty to adhere to the Business Diversity and Equality Opportunity policy and an individual responsibility towards the application and understanding of the Equality Act 2010.  Inequitable behaviour will not be tolerated, and every person has a responsibility to highlight discriminatory practice.

Health and Safety at work:

In addition to the Business responsibilities under the Health and Safety legislation, you are reminded of your responsibilities for health and safety at work under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (as amended) and associated legislation. These include the duty to take reasonable care of the health and safety of yourself and others in your work activities and to co-operate with your employer in the discharge of its statutory duties. You must adhere strictly to the Business policies and procedures on health and safety and report all accidents, dangerous occurrences, unsafe practices or damage to your manager promptly using the Business incident reporting system. You must make use of appropriate training, safety equipment, protective clothing and footwear and attend training. Failure to comply with these requirements may result in disciplinary action.