Wednesday, 15 June 2016

ARMY, Radiographer Jobs in Australia

As a qualified radiographer you'll be well aware of the challenges and rewards of your job.

Now imagine how much more interesting it would be if one day you were working in a well-equipped hospital, but the next found you under canvas providing medical support to a disaster-relief operation.

The X-ray and ultrasound equipment you use will be amongst the most technically-advanced available. But where you operate it will vary from military to field hospitals, and you may be required to work in challenging conditions with minimal support.

Your daily routine will be anything but routine in the Army, as you participate in exercises and deployments that take you across Australia and overseas. Better still, you’ll be working for a dynamic and supportive national organisation that offers a great salary, excellent benefits, job security and the kind of opportunities you simply won't find anywhere else.

So do you think you have what it takes to become a Radiographer in the Army? Then apply now.


Life in the Army is rich and rewarding. Ours is a unique environment where you’ll have amazing experiences such as joining humanitarian and peacekeeping operations. Along the way, you’ll make friends for life, have access to great sports and leisure facilities, and develop your skills and leadership qualities.

Pay and Benefits

Your starting salary will be at least $70,559 p.a. (including Allowances) plus generous Super. You’ll also enjoy:
  • Ongoing investment in your personal and career development,
  • A good work/life balance,
  • Medical and dental cover, and
  • Subsidised accommodation.


Following training in Canberra ACT and Bonegilla VIC, you will be posted to Brisbane, Darwin, Sydney or Townsville.

Entry Requirements

This role is restricted to Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents. To apply for it you must have an Associate Diploma in Diagnostic Medical Radiography, a Bachelor of Applied Science in Medical Imaging Technology, or any other tertiary qualification accepted by the Australian Institute of Radiography.

You will also need to have completed a postgraduate Professional Development Year of Clinical Practice or equivalent as accepted by the Australian Institute of Radiography; or have a Statement of Accreditation in Diagnostic Radiography establishing eligibility for Ordinary Membership of the Australian Institute of Radiography; or have a Radiation 'Use License' issued by a State or Territory of Australia under the relevant Radiation Safety Act.

If you are currently studying for a degree in medical imaging technology you may be able to apply for Defence University Sponsorship. Click on the link below for more details.

Additional age, medical and fitness guidelines may also apply.

How to Apply

Click on the APPLY button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here:

Army Radiographer position

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