Sonographer (Echocardiography) 80-100%

06 April | Position with re­spon­si­bil­i­ties | 80 – 100%

More than 8'500 employees from 87 nations work at the University Hospital Zurich. They include 1'250 doctors and 2'000 highly trained nursing professionals. There are also 800 medical therapeutic and medical technical employees. Approximately 2'000 individuals provide non-medical support in areas such as finance, IT, facility management and catering, and another 2'500 employees conduct research. At the UHZ, a total of 120 occupations are represented by more than 500 roles.

We are one of the largest and most influential hospitals in Switzerland. Each and every employee contributes to this success. We're looking for the best - we look forward to meeting you!

Sonographer (Echocardiography) 80-100%

Your main tasks

  • Performing transthoracic echocardiographies
  • Application of modern methods (Strain, 3D) and contrast (Sonovue, 'bubbles')
  • Evaluation of echocardiographies and writing related reports
  • Participation in echocardiographic studies including acquisition and analysis of data
  • Performing stress echocardiographies in case of interest
  • Assistance in the performance of TEE (transesophageal echocardiogram)
  • Candidate should possess patient care abilities

Your profile

  • Education and training in echocardiography
  • Practical experience in echocardiography (experience in cardiology is an advantage)
  • Interest in new echocardiographic methods (3D, strain)
  • Motivation for further training and involvement in clinical studies
  • Enjoy working in a large echocardiography laboratory at a university hospital
  • Ability to work in a team, resilience, and independence

Our offer

We are committed to providing a safe, healthy, and inclusive work environment that inspires respect. Our department is committed and motivated to support all members of our team. The position presents an excellent opportunity to work in a fast paced environment using state of the art technology to perform echocardiograms in a teaching hospital. A comprehensive and formal training into the role is very important to us.
UniversitätsSpital Zürich
8091 Zürich