PACS Manager

Ref No. EMP455413
Salary £200 - £350/day
Location South East England, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6 months)
Job Status Now Interviewing


PACS Manager required for a 6 month contract in the South Central region.


PACS/RIS experience

The Job

PACS Manager required for a 6 month contract in the South Central region.

Working inside of IR35 for a well-established NHS organistation, as PACS Manager you will be responsible for the management and administration of the Trust-side Picture Archive and Communication System (PACS) and Radiology Information System (RIS). This will include the development, installation and maintenance of Medical Imaging Departmental IT and digital imaging/archive systems.
Key responsibilities:
* Responsible for the operational management of the PACS/RIS projects
* Involvement in any procurement/implementation of future PAC solutions
* Assess, co-ordinate and plan training events for clinical staff with PACS/RIS providers
* Responsible, as system administrator to ensure appropriate maintenance and housekeeping arrangements are in place to support PACS/RIS operation.
* Runnng of RIS including maintence of reference files, production of adhoc and statistical reports.
* Act as a source of knowledge to be consulted by other professionals, working collabortively with staff and external stakeholders to build alignment and consensus around PACS/RIS implementation.
For this position, you need to have previous working knowledge of PACS and RIS systems with an understanding of clinical pathways and clinical systems.

This position is to start ASAP. Rates are negotiable but will likely pay between £200 - £300 umbrella per day depending on your level of experience.

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