Radiographers, HUS Diagnostic Center - Helsinki University Hospital, Finland


Welcome to the world of high-quality diagnostic services as radiographer!

By submitting your application here, you can apply for radiographer positions within the HUS Diagnostic Center.

HUS Diagnostic Center is the leading provider of clinical laboratory and imaging services in Finland.

Working at HUS Diagnostic Center's radiology departments offers radiographers a challenging and diverse job in a well-functioning multi-professional work community, as well as the opportunity to develop into a skilled professional in different modalities. Your tasks may include, in addition to conventional X-ray examinations, computed tomography examinations, magnetic resonance imaging, mammograms, angiography, contrast agent and ultrasound examinations, as well as procedures performed with different modalities. Your work tasks may also be located in the field of nuclear medicine. Depending on the workplace, your work shifts can be implemented in one, two or three shifts. We primarily offer you full-time work, but we will also take into account your wishes to work part-time, if possible.

In order to find you the most suitable workplace, please answer the questions in the job advertisement and tell us in your cover letter what tasks you are interested in, what working hours and shifts are most suitable for you, and in which municipality or municipalities you are willing to work. Please describe your previous work experience and special expertise in your english language cover letter. We would also like to hear in which area you would like to develop and what your professional interests are. 

The characteristics that will give you the best chance of success while working at HUS:

Good communication and teamwork skills

Flexibility and stress tolerance

Quick and efficient learning of work tasks

The following requirements are a must:

You are a licenced radiographer, and your degree is from within EU / EEA area

HUS also requires vaccination protection against infectious diseases in accordance with the Communicable Diseases Act from persons working in customer and patient premises, and a health certificate for tuberculosis from persons working in health care units.

HUS Diagnostic Center offers you:

A comprehensive induction to your work tasks

The opportunity to develop professionally and create your career path

Employer-supported lunch

Sports and cultural benefit in the form of an ePassi

Company apartments for rental

Free workplace commute to some locations

The opportunity to influence your work shifts through a collaborative and action-oriented work shift planning process

Pleasant and professional colleagues

Interviews and hiring of personnel will be carried out while the application process is still ongoing, so please submit your application with a cover letter as soon as possible. We look forwards to be hearing from you!

Welcome to work as a radiographer at HUS Diagnostic Center!

20 opportunities for radiographers

2626,19€/ month
as a radiographer in training.

Salary quoted gross, i.e. BEFORE taxes and social contributions as a starting salary with no previous years of acceptable service, in accordance with the Collective Agreement of Social and Health  (SOTE agreement). 

Finnish radiographer licensing may increase the monthly salary according to the Collective Agreement for Social and Health Care Personnel (SOTE agreement).

Evening work is paid as 15% extra on the job-specific monthly salary. Night work is paid as 40% extra on the job-specific monthly salary.

The salary for the position is determined according to the Collective Agreement for Social and Health Care Personnel (SOTE Agreement). The job-specific salary for a radiographer is 2,801.42€ per monthThis is the gross salary before taxes and social security contributionsThis salary is paid as a minimum salary without shift work after you have obtained a Finnish rdiographer license. 

The service years increase is 3% from the task-specific salary with 5 years of acceptable service in accordance with the Collective Agreement for Social and Health Care Personnel (SOTE Agreement).

The service years increase is 8% from the task-specific salary
with 10 years of acceptable service in accordance with the Collective Agreement for Social and Health Care Personnel (SOTE Agreement).

HUS has also performance-based pay, which offers the opportunity to significantly increase your monthly earnings. 

Working in Finland includes:


full-time, fixed position of 2 years with 38 hours 15 minutes per week working time. It is possible to apply for a full-time, permanent positions once you have finalized your induction period and have been granted your Finnish license to practice. 

Prior to licencing

A basic monthly, full-time salary of radiographer in training (2626,19€/month before taxes & social contributions) prior to reaching your licenced status and when working in Finland.

After recognition

After recognition of qualifications, a basic monthly salary starting from 2801,42€/ month before taxes & social constibutions (*please, see above).

E-pass benefit card

is the key to the employee benefits: discounts and personal monthly amount to use in different services. Yearly value is 300€.

Work-life balance

HUS Diagnostic Center supports optimizing work-life balance.

Growth opportunities

Possibility for regular training, including career development opportunities and job-rotation.

This is how we support you:

We understand that moving to another country is challenging, so here is how we help free-of-charge

Named mediator

A dedicated contact person who acts as your match-maker and your mediator for the entire process until you start your work in Finland, with regular check-ups until 12 months in the country.


Help to calculate and understand how much is left of your salary after taxes & social contributions on average.

Living costs

Support to understand how much are the average living costs in Finland (Living cost in Finland).


Information about living & working in Finland with EURES advisors for planning your relocation process & required paperwork.

Mental support

Named mediator to support your progress in the program, and if needed, psychological support for stress & change management.

Training program

Intensive language and intercultural training prior to your relocation.


All required learning and study materials for the intensive study program period.


Support for an official assessment process of your current professional qualifications during your training program.


Check of documents, stamps & management of the entire translation process, including sworn translations.


Relocation assistance,  such as information how you can manage the official registrations, when it's time to move.

Spouse support

in job search and language skills prior to arrival to Finland.

Schools & daycare

Assistance to job, schools and daycare search for your family members after relocation.


Tips for settling-in after arrival.

Before you join HUS, here's what we expect:

For you with a genuine interest and passion for your profession and a well balanced life


A bachelors level  degree as radiographer from an EU/EEA - area educational institution (2005/36/EU; level EQF 6).


A clean Criminal Record (& if available a Record of Good Standing) as required by the Finnish Law.


Good to have 3 years of previous work experience as a radiographer from within the EU/EEA. 


An independent & responsible attitude, with good communication & team working skills.

Commitment to training

Commitment to a free-of-charge language training program, and to study a minimum 20 hrs per week in order to reach a B1 level of Finnish language at the end of the training. In addition, It is expected that further training or an adjustment period after arrival to Finland in regards the recognition process will be required by the Finnish regulatory authority, Valvira, in order to receive a licensed status. Further details and support will be given througout the process. 

Commitment to relocation

Commitment to relocating and starting work in Finland after reaching your target in language training.

Considered as a plus

 fluent English language skills. Intermediate English language skills are required. 


Learn more about working in Finland


HUS Diagnostic Center

HUS Diagnostic Center operates in eight medical specialties. It is responsible for several nationally specialized studies as well as research and education belonging to a university hospital. Diagnostic tests play a key role in the confirmation, exclusion, treatment, monitoring and screening of diseases. 

HUS is the second largest employer in Finland offering a wide range of career opportunities for professionals in different fields. During 2024 HUS was again ranked among the top 100 hospitals globally. 

HUS Diagnostic Center employs approximately 3,500 laboratory and imaging professionals in over 170 locations. You have the opportunity to work within the HUS Diagnostic Center operating area in the Uusimaa, Kymenlaakso or South Karelia regions. Now is your opportunity to make a difference in primary and specialist medical care across Uusimaa, Kymenlaakso, and South Karelia.


Did we answer all your questions? If not, please contact us.

We are multilingual team, so we are able to help you in at least English, Greek & Spanish languages. Alternatively you can contact our matchmakers:
Marika (SPA, ENG, SWE, DUT & FIN: +34 654 07 1241)
Alexia (GRE, ENG, SWE: +30 694 45 68328)

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