Cardiac Physiologist

  • Full Time
  • Galway
Cardiac Physiologist Full Time – Galway

Cardiac Physiologist


The Saolta University Health Care Group provides acute and specialist hospital services to the West and Northwest of Ireland – counties Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal and adjoining counties. The Group’s Academic Partner is NUI Galway.

University Hospital Galway is currently looking to recruit a Cardiac Physiologist

The principle duties of the role are as follows; –

·      Carry out his/her duties to the appropriate level and under the appropriate supervision of the leading Cardiac Physiologist and in cooperation with the Consultant Cardiologist or other persons designated by the Health Service Executive.

·      Calibrate and maintain all equipment which includes sterilisation where necessary.

·      Perform the procedure, report and highlight abnormal recordings.

·      Carry out portable testing in some cases.

·      Participate in in-patient care, preparation and reassurance of patient.

·      Initiate and participate in dealing with medical emergencies including cardiac resuscitation.

·      Be involved in the development of new procedures which may be introduced.

·      Participate in the development of operational policy and best practice.

·      Provide first line maintenance, electrical safety checking and calibration of equipment.

·      Support nursing, medical and technical staff in the implementation of patient care involving technology.

·      Have a clear appreciation of electrical safety requirements, and a clear understanding of potential sources of Macroshock and Microshock.

·      Take responsibility for the care and cleanliness of all equipment and accessories used.

·      Act for other staff in their absence as required.

·      Adhere to departmental patient policies at all times.

·      Follow instruction and directions given by Chief or Senior Physicist in relation to radiation protection.

Essential requirements:

Eligible applicants will

·       Possess the BSc in Clinical

Measurement from Dublin Institute of Technology   

 , Or 

·       Possess the BSc in Clinical

Measurement from Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin)   

 , Or 

·       Possess an equivalent

relevant scientific qualification (Level 8) as confirmed by the Irish Institute

of Clinical Measurement Science (IICMP).  


Salary & Benefits:

·       Salary range (€40,044 – €59,958) Dependent on experience

·       Full Time, Permanent

·       Attractive Relocation Package


Apply today by sending your CV to eilis.mcgovern@kcr.ie

REF No: JO-2302-511215

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