X Ray Technician - Pool

Temple University Health System Philadelphia , PA 19107

Posted 5 months ago

JobID :21953Location :Northeastern Ambulatory Care, Philadelphia, PA, 19134TUHN-Radiology-Diag ImagingFull/Part-Time :Per DiemRegular/Temporary:TemporaryJob Family:Diagnostic Imaging Position Description

Performs and/or assists with various types of radiologic procedures, following protocols established by the radiologists. Prepares, maintains and operates radiographic equipment in a safe and responsible manner.

Follows appropriate radiation safety guidelines. Produces quality radiographs for interpretation by a radiologist. EducationHigh School Diploma or Equivalent (Required)Non Degree Program : Graduate from a two-year AMA approved radiologic technology program. (Required)Experience1 Year experience in radiology (Preferred)License/CertificationsCPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (Required)ARRT - Amer Reg Radiologic Technlgst (Preferred)_

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