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How we support our sonographers

At Ultrasound Direct we care about your career

We offer lots of different types of support and development for our sonographers.


  • Insurance
    As a responsible employer we provide indemnity insurance for all our sonographers

  • Mental Health First Aiders
    These are members of staff across the organisation trained to offer initial support to people struggling with their mental health through non-judgemental listening and guidance

  • Freedom To Speak Up Guardians
    These are colleagues that support workers to speak up when they feel that they are unable to in other ways. You can speak up about anything, whether it's something that doesn't feel right or something you think could be changed or improved

  • Ongoing Personal Support
    We are dedicated to making sure you feel safe, secure and confident in your work and can always work with you to find ways to help you thrive at work

  • Employee Assistance Programme
    This allows you to access extra mental health support, including counselling

  • Equal opportunities

    We are an equal opportunities employer and actively promote equality, diversity and inclusion


  • Continuing Professional Development
    Sonographers have mandatory training within the NHS, and it is their responsibility to keep this up-to-date. We can help you keep track of your training and advise whether you are receiving the right training to meet our standards and expectations. You can join our training platform for a small fee, which includes modules such as Conflict Resolution, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Infection Prevention and Control and many more. This training is offered continually and every second year we provide Basic Life Support training on this platform

  • Phlebotomy Training
    We offer phlebotomy training where needed to allow us to expand our blood testing services

  • Professional Courses
    We offer a 'Train the Trainer' course to managers so we can deliver more benefits of training within the organisation. We are keen to train our staff wherever possible; for example some staff have attended the 'Communication Skills and Delivering Difficult News' course by ARC

  • Designated Safeguarding Leads
    As patient safety is always our top priority, we have a team of Designated Safeguarding Leads who attend a Safeguarding Level 3 Children & Adults at Risk course

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More information about sonographer jobs at Ultrasound Direct

Typical sonographer responsibilities:

  • Provide obstetric sonographer services with gynae, general and MSK desirable
  • Deliver high quality ultrasound services 
  • Work remotely as part of a larger team 
  • Report to the Clinical Regional Lead/Manager
  • Provide an ultrasound service which ensures patient safety, high quality, efficiency and in line with company and CQC protocols and requirements
  • Have a CASE accredited ultrasound qualification or equivalent
  • Appear on the Health and Care Professions Council, Nursing and Midwifery Council, General Medical Council or voluntary register 
  • Represent the organisation positively in all contacts both directly with the public and between healthcare professionals and organisations
  • Perform ultrasound examinations and compile concise and comprehensive reports
  • Maintain a friendly, helpful and professional manner at all times
  • Exercise discretion and confidentiality at all times
  • Communicate effectively with service users and their families 
  • Make onward referrals as per our policies and protocols 
  • Have a flexible approach 
  • Participate in regular team meetings 
  • Maintain Continuing Professional Development and keep up to date with current issues around ultrasound
  • Show strong commitment and a high level of integrity

Ultrsound Direct offers a sonographer salary based on NHS Band 7.