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Chief Medical Imaging Technologist

Women and Newborn Health Service
BreastScreen WA

HSO Level P5 Salary Range $132,870.00 - $140.623.00 p.a pro-rata
Location: Metropolitan Perth

CLOSING DATE:  4.00pm Thursday 7 December 2017  

This is a 1.0 FTE Fixed-Term Part Time appointment from 8 January to 30 June 2018 with possible extension.

Applications are invited from skilled and experienced individuals interested in a Fixed Term Contract, Temporary Deployment or Secondment.  Only current WA Health employees including permanent, fixed term contract and casuals are eligible to apply.  Applicants must obtain conditional approval from their current manager to be released for this opportunity before applying.

Position Description
BreastScreen WA is part of the national BreastScreen Australia program. The service offers free screening to women aged over 40 years at its nine metropolitan clinics, a Bunbury clinic and the four mobile rural vans. BreastScreen WA is the only nationally accredited breast cancer screening service in Western Australia and performs over 120,000 mammograms state wide annually.

This position is responsible for the management, planning and evaluation of the medical imaging component of the state wide mammography screening service in accordance with agreed outcomes that meet community needs and the accreditation standards of the national BreastScreen program. 

For Job Related Information: Please contact Dr Liz Wylie on (08) 9323 6701 or on email

Please note that the selection process may not necessarily include an interview process.

EXPRESION OF INTEREST: Applicants to submit a resume, a brief statement describing their skills and experience in relation to the selection criteria and contact details of two professional referees.

Please email application to  Dr Liz Wylie


CLOSING DATE:  4.00pm Thursday 7 December 2017  

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Last Updated: 01/12/2017