Radiology Technologist - Department Only

Coxhealth Springfield , MO 65802

Posted 4 days ago


Job Perks & Benefits:

Sign-on bonus for eligible candidates


Retirement with employer match

20% tuition discount on most classes at Cox College

Cafeteria discount

Job Summary

  • Independently, or under the direct supervision of a physician, performs radiology procedures consistent with the established standard of medical care in radiology, following policies and protocols using established anatomical positioning and physiology to produce optimum images, while keeping patient welfare, confidentiality and comfort a top priority.

Job Requirements

  • Education

  • Required: Graduate of ARRT accredited School of Radiological Technology

  • Preferred: Associates Degree in Radiology or a related field

  • Experience

  • Preferred: 1-2 Years Related Experience

  • Skills

  • Strong analytical/problem solving skills.

  • Knowledge of current diagnostic radiology technical information.

  • Proficient in using computers and computer systems.

  • Excellent time management, interpersonal, presentation, organization, prioritizing, decision-making, and planning skills.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Able to work independently and collaboratively in teams.

  • Licensure/Certification/Registration

  • ARRT-R must be obtained prior to start date

  • Must obtain BLS within 90 days of hire date


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