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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Radiographer Job at Uganda Cancer Institute - Career Opportunity in Uganda

Vacancy title:

Jobs at:
Uganda Cancer Institute 

Deadline of this Job:
31st August 2018

Duty Station:

Date Posted: 13th August 2018 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed , Employment Type: Full-Time

Mandated by the Uganda Cancer Institute Act of 2016, the UCI is an autonomous body, with the mandate to, among others, undertake and coordinate the management of cancer and cancer-related diseases in Uganda. it is critical to the evolution of a National Centre of Excellence, providing specialized treatment and care for all types of cancer using all the available subspecialty expertise possible, as well as engineering oncology-centered research and training.

Post: Radiographer
No. of Vacancies: 01
Salary Scale: U5
Reports to: Senior Radiographer

Qualifications and experience
  • Must have a Diploma in medical radiology or its equivalent from a recognized institution.
  • Must be registered with the Allied Health Professionals Council
Duties and responsibilities
  • Receive patients and analyze their x-ray requests
  • Prepare x-ray equipment according to requests
  • To liaise with ward management in the preparation of patients for x-rays '
  • Take x-ray pictures, process x-ray films and prepare reports for the Doctor/clinical officer
  • Maintain x-ray equipment
  • Compiling and submitting periodic reports

Job application procedure
Uganda Cancer institute therefore seeks to recruit suitably qualified, self-driven, result oriented, dynamic and competent Ugandans to fill the following vacant positions. Interested persons should address their applications including copies of their academic, professional transcripts, certificates, curriculum vitae, and employment records to the Executive Director Uganda Cancer Institute, P.O Box 3935 Kampala.
The applications should be delivered to the Registry on Administrative Block. The deadline for receiving the applications is 31st August 2018. You can also download the same advert from the Institute's website: