NHS Jobs St James University Hospital, LS9 7TF
Summary Band 7 - Clinical Engineering The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS hospital Trust provides secondary care and specialist tertiary care for adults and children. The Trust is one of the largest trusts in the United Kingdom, serving a population of around 780,000 locally and up to 5.4 million in surrounding areas, treating around 2 million patients per year. The Trust provides 1785 inpatient beds across several sites. Clinical Engineering services are provided within the Medical Physics and Engineering Department and cover: medical devices safety, training, acquisition, regulatory assurance, medical devices management within the Trust and the surrounding community.All the services are provided from within an ISO9001: 2015 registered quality system.Rehabilitation and clinical measurement services are provided directly to patients from within the department. This is a new post giving the post holder extensive exposure to a wide range of medical technologies and applications. It will require collaborative working with clinical teams, manufacturers, regulatory agencies and research groups.The post holder will work with the existing clinical technologists and scientists in the department. A key aspect of this role is planning and implementation to ensure on-going compliance within the Trust with the Medical Devices Regulations (EU) 2017/745. We are looking for a candidate who is qualified to Masters level, is eligible for HCPC registration as a clinical scientist and who has extensive knowledge of medical devices risk management and governance. More information on the role is in the Job Description and Person Specification attached. If you would like some more details on the post, or would like to arrange an informal visit, please contact Dr S. Michael, Head of Clinical Engineering ([email protected]). If we are unable to find a suitably qualified individual we will consider employing a trainee on appropriate terms and conditions, who would be trained to meet the requirements of the role.