Radiology Technologist (Wednesday 2:30Pm-11Pm,Saturday & Sunday 7:00Am-11Pm)

Washington Regional Medical Center Fayetteville , AR 72701

Posted 2 months ago

POSITION SUMMARY

The Diagnostic Imaging Technologist performs imaging procedures within facility protocols while providing quality images within as low as reasonably achievable radiation exposure. This position spends the majority of time standing and walking (up to 60% of work time.) Frequent lifting, pushing/pulling and carrying of up to 50 lb. is required when positioning patients and equipment (up to 30% of work time.) This position serves a variety of age groups: Neonates (up to 5% of work time), pediatrics (5%) adolescents (15%), adults (50%), and geriatrics (25%). Provides supervision to Technologist in radiology and ensures compliance with all regulatory requirements as well as departmental polices.

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED

Registered by ARRT, AR State Licensure and BCLS Certification

SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL AND SKILL COMPETENCIES REQUIRED

Maintain current ARRT, Arkansas State Licensure and BCLS. It is also the responsibility of the technologist to maintain all required education set by the facility.

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