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We offer training opportunities in US, CT, MRI, digital subtraction angiography, mammography and bone mineral densitometry.

Radiology SA trains our own medical typists in house, and also offers opportunities for nurses to join our dedicated sub specialist nursing team.

If you are a radiologist keen on joining a dedicated, supportive and dynamic private group practice please contact us on 08 8402 0200.

Current job opportunities

HEAD OF OPERATIONS

As we continue to grow, we are seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to join our executive leadership team as our inaugural Head of Operations. This role will be pivotal in directing and managing all operational activities, ensuring alignment with the overall company strategy. Leading a diverse team consisting of administration, marketing, sonography, radiography, nuclear medicine, and nursing workgroups, this position focuses on fostering a positive workplace culture, driving operational excellence, and delivering on our customer service vision and values.

The role will see you responsible for:

  • Developing and implementing operational processes to enhance customer service and efficiency.
  • Leading, mentoring, and managing the operations team to ensure optimal performance.
  • Collaborating with cross-functional teams to drive alignment and achieve organisational goals.
  • Analysing key performance indicators (KPIs) to identify areas for improvement and implement solutions.
  • Overseeing resource allocation and budget management to optimise service delivery and organisational performance.
  • Driving initiatives for process improvement, scalability, and operational excellence.
  • Ensuring compliance with industry regulations and company policies.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successful operations management, excellent leadership skills, and a strategic mindset to contribute to the company's overall growth and success. You will also bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher qualification in Business Administration (or relevant similar area).
  • Knowledge of and ability to implement and comply with relevant legislation, accreditation and compliance standards and requirements.
  • Ability to communicate and manage relationships with external customers, service providers and contractors.
  • Financial management/reporting and analysis skills.
  • Previous experience or knowledge within the healthcare or radiology industry would be advantageous but not essential.

RSA offers its staff a professionally satisfying and rewarding working environment. In this role you will be supported with work flexibility, ongoing professional development, and access to our wellness program. If you are looking to be part of a motivated and highly engaged team (with a Truly Great Place to Work rating from our staff of 73%), and are committed to drive our vision, then RSA will be a great place for you!

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IT SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGER

As we continue to grow, we are seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to join our IT team as our IT Service Delivery Manager. This role will report to the Head of IT and be responsible for overall coordination and management of all aspects of IT Support to ensure service quality to end-users is maintained at a high level. This role will be a mix between providing hands on support, providing leadership to our IT Service Desk team, and driving the IT customer experience with our core stakeholders.

The role will see you responsible for:

  • Managing daily operations, including rostering and leave for IT Service Desk team to meet service requirements.
  • Coaching and mentoring team members, ensuring performance meets expectations.
  • Building relationships within operational workgroups to prioritise service needs.
  • Upholding RSA Values and driving cultural alignment within the team.
  • Establishing and implementing service level agreements, and monitor and report on IT support performance.
  • Managing staff and workload allocation, and providing hands on support as required for seamless IT service.
  • Implementing quality systems and procedures for effective IT support.
  • Participating in a rotating on-call roster for after-hours support.
  • Ensuring provision of necessary IT training and education services to end users.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successful operations management, excellent leadership skills, and a strategic mindset to contribute to the company's overall growth and success. You will also bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher qualification in Information Technology
  • A minimum 5 years relevant experience in an IT support management position in a professional services environment.
  • Ability to communicate and manage relationships with internal and external customers, service providers and contractors.
  • Knowledge of ITIL practices including incident, configuration and change management.
  • Expertise in developing procedures, processes and maintaining knowledge base documentation and asset management registers.
  • Previous experience or knowledge within the healthcare industry would be advantageous but not essential.

RSA offers its staff a professionally satisfying and rewarding working environment with benefits that include flexibility and access to our wellness program. If you are looking to be part of a motivated and highly engaged team (with a Truly Great Place to Work rating from our staff of 73%), and are committed to drive our customer service vision, then RSA will be a great place for you!

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CLINICAL INFORMATICS OFFICER

As we continue to grow, we are seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to join our Clinical Informatics team. This role will be working on exciting and complex clinical informatics projects and providing clinical application support in a secure, growing and friendly team environment.

The role will see you:

  • Working closely with the Head of IT and a diverse team of Clinical Informatics practitioners to ensure continuity of service and a high-level of customer service.
  • Provide an escalation point for troubleshooting issues with our clinical informatics platforms.
  • Participate in ongoing administration and system management activities, new clinical software evaluations and informatics integration projects.
  • Working closely with radiologists to improve efficiency and resolve any workflow integration issues.
  • Training radiologists, clinicians and technical staff in aspects of clinical software applications.
  • Facilitating clinical research trials, developing protocols and image exchange.
  • Working with medical equipment vendors to configure new imaging modalities.

The ideal candidate will have clinical experience, excellent leadership skills, and a strategic mindset to contribute to the company's overall growth and success. You will also bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher qualification in Medical Imaging
  • CT, MR or NM experience as a radiographer
  • Specific experience with PACS, EMR and Hospital information systems will be well regarded
  • Strong interpersonal skills to develop collaborative working relationships with counterparts in public and private healthcare organizations.
  • Knowledge of data management principles, standards, privacy and governance.
  • A willingness to participate in a rotating on-call roster for after-hours escalations, including the flexibility to travel interstate and work out of hours if needed.

RSA offers its staff a professionally satisfying and rewarding working environment with benefits that include flexibility and access to our wellness program. If you are looking to be part of a motivated and highly engaged team (with a Truly Great Place to Work rating from our staff of 73%), and are committed to drive our customer service vision, then RSA will be a great place for you!

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CT MODALITY MANAGER

Reporting to the Chief Radiographer, your responsibilities will include:

  • Oversee daily operations and shift scheduling for CT department.
  • Support recruitment and provide leadership to CT team.
  • Develop and update CT protocols to meet industry standards.
  • Implement training programs and facilitate professional development for staff.
  • Ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and safety guidelines.
  • Manage equipment maintenance, repairs, and upgrades.
  • Ensure high-quality patient care and enforce safety protocols.
  • Maintain accurate records of CT procedures and patient information.
  • Identify opportunities for process improvement and implement changes as needed.
  • Stay updated on emerging trends and technologies in CT.

Along with a commitment to high-quality work, exceptional communication, and teamwork, to be successful in this role you will need:

  • Bachelor of Medical Imaging with extensive CT experience.
  • Proven management experience at a senior level, demonstrating strong leadership and motivational ability.
  • AHPRA Registration and EPA SA Radiation Licence.
  • Ability to perform some out of hour’s work, on a rostered or on-call basis.
  • Strong relationship building and stakeholder management capability.
  • Eagerness and ability to attend in-house training sessions and staff meetings.
  • To maintain accreditation by attendance at seminars and lectures.
  • Working with Children check.

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MRI MODALITY 2IC

Committed to providing knowledgeable and professional imaging services that support the best possible outcomes for patients, we are currently looking for an MRI Modality 2IC to support the leadership of our MRI team. The MRI Modality 2IC will value and understand the importance of driving a customer service culture underpinned by kindness, empathy, and respect.

Reporting to the MRI Modality Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Acting in the role of MRI Modality Manager in their absence.
  • Assisting in the supervision and coordination of MRI team members and participating in planning activities.
  • Actively participating in the development, implementation and monitoring of protocols and quality control measures.
  • Developing and implementing training and upskilling activities and materials.
  • Performing examinations throughout our clinics, in accordance with RSA protocols and safety guidelines.
  • Monitoring equipment performance and proactively managing maintenance and resolution of faults and suppliers.
  • Contributing to ensuring MRI compliance requirements are maintained across the modality.

Along with a commitment to high-quality work, exceptional communication, and teamwork, to be successful in this role you will need:

  • Bachelor of Medical Imaging
  • Extensive MRI background including a minimum of Level 1 MRI Accreditation.
  • Proven management experience at a senior level, demonstrating proactive leadership.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • EPA SA Radiation Licence.
  • Registration with AHPRA or the Medical Radiation Practice Board.
  • Ability to teach, coach and mentor staff.
  • Strong relationship building and stakeholder management capability.
  • Ability to perform some out of hour’s work, on a rostered or on-call basis.
  • Working with Children check.

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RADIOLOGIST [Tele-reporter]

Radiology SA (RSA) is a privately owned, Adelaide-based radiology practice, run by radiologists and nuclear medicine specialists for the medical community. With a long history in independent private radiology and public hospital contracts, the Practice currently runs twelve rooms in metropolitan Adelaide. We have both outpatient clinics and clinics within some of Adelaide’s busiest Private Hospitals.

RSA offer the full range of imaging modalities and procedures to outpatients and inpatients, including X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine including PET, Mammography, Interventional Procedures and Bone Mineral Densitometry. We have a highly skilled and dedicated staff of clerks, technologists, sonographers and nurses using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to provide a first-class radiology service to our patients and referring doctors.

With a commitment to providing knowledgeable and professional imaging services that support the best possible outcomes for patients, we are currently seeking Radiologists to expand the team and deliver on our vision. With the ability to work remotely and manage shifts to meet your needs, we have opportunities for tele-radiology positions currently available in a permanent, fixed-term or casual capacity.

Apart from a commitment to high-quality work, exceptional communication and teamwork, to be successful in this role you will need:

  • Current eligibility to work in Australia as a radiologist.
  • Specialist diagnostic radiology registration with AHPRA.
  • Ability to build rapport and work remotely.
  • Criminal history check and relevant Working with Children checks.

Joining RSA will see you supported by team of radiologists with a broad depth of experience and expertise. If this opportunity is of interest to you, please submit an application.

We thank you in advance for your interest.

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RADIOLOGIST - DARWIN

Join us as we expand our services into Darwin, NT!

Radiology SA (RSA) is a long-standing, privately owned, Adelaide-based radiology practice, run by radiologists and nuclear medicine specialists for the medical community. With a long history in independent private radiology and public hospital contracts, the Practice currently has a significant footprint in the Adelaide metropolitan area, as well as supplying on-site radiology services to Lyell McEwin and Cairns hospitals. Commencing in October 2023, RSA will also be providing on-site reporting and interventional radiology services to the Royal Darwin Hospital in the Northern Territory.

We are seeking expressions of interest for full-time / part-time and locum positions in Darwin. While working in Darwin you will be working with at least 2 other RSA radiologists and have the full support of the RSA tele-reporting team with a broad range of experience and expertise. The environment is social and varied, and If desired, MDT participation and Registrar teaching will be welcome and encouraged.

To be successful in this role you will need:

  • A commitment to high-quality work, strong work ethic, and the ability to effectively communicate as part of the local and broader RSA team.
  • Current eligibility to work in Australia as a radiologist with RANZCR/AHPRA registration, and relevant criminal/working with children checks

If you are looking for your next challenge where your skills and experience will be valued and well remunerated, then we are interested in hearing from you.

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