Job competition for radiographers in central Sweden
22. December 2021.
The Swedish region of Värmland is looking for up to 8 radiographers. The candidates that agree with the employment contract will start with a paid Swedish language course up to the C1 level. In addition to the language course, the employer also pays the remaining necessary expenses in the process of moving and your departure.
About the employer and the workplace:
The Värmland region has a population of 290,000. Healthcare in the region is focused on the individual needs of patients and is based on the application of scientifically proven processes. The region employs radiographers in three emergency hospitals: Arvika, Karlstad and Torsby. All three hospitals provide patient care in a wide range of medical care.
In addition to the three listed hospitals, the region also employs radiographers at health centres in Säffle and Kristinehamn. Examinations and treatments of patients in health centres and hospitals in the region are performed with the help of CT, X-rays, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging. Teams usually consist of radiologists and radiographers, nurses and additional staff.
Salaries are determined on an individual level, depending on the experience and profile of the radiographer. All employees have at least 25 days of paid annual leave and are included from the first working day. All radiographers have the opportunity for additional professional development. The employer also offers the possibility of flexible working hours.
- has 2 years of work experience in the EU
- has experienced providing care such as PVK placement, medication administration, etc.
- has experience in conventional X-ray, DT, MRI and interventions
- is ready to work in a 24-hour hospital environment
- possesses the communication skills necessary in a professional medical environment
- can reach level C1 and obtain a Swedish work license
About the application process:
We provide support to all our candidates who decide to apply for a competition, starting with our first contact and until your final settlement in Sweden. One part of our assistance includes helping to compile a competitive CV and application documentation, preparation for a Skype interview and answering all your potential questions. We also help find a job for a spouse, educational institutions for the youngest members of the family, apartments and everything you need when relocating to a new environment. Candidates who accept the employer’s offer and sign a contract have a paid language course for the whole family and the employer pays them all fees in the process of departure (costs of relocation of private belongings, plane tickets, obtaining a license). The candidates themselves go through an organized program of further language training and introduction to the Swedish health care system, which occurs once your move to Sweden.
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