$7500.00 SIGN ON BONUS!Under general supervision of Technical Group Leadership and Chief Technologist Operations. The Radiologic Technologist provides skill and initiative to the department mission through interactions with staff, Chief Technologist and others as necessary. Primary duties are to work as technologist on either East Newton or Harrison Avenue campus while also implementing policy and procedures as determined necessary through Radiology Supervisor, Operations Manager and Radiology Administration Director.Performs technologists duties: Operational procedures as required and necessary for proper departmental work flow. Satisfies operational requirements to include covering the department as determined necessary through either the Radiology Supervisor, Operations Manager or Radiology Director.Completes procedures in timely fashion while providing quality radiographs for Radiology and outside departments.Prepares patient for exams as required and insures patient comfort and modesty at all times.Follows all established and appropriate department policy and procedures as required.Sets up equipment as necessary and uses proper technique and exposure factors as necessary and required. Adjusts techniques and factors when necessary due to improve studies or quality factors.Performs duties as required in all areas of department to include either Newton Pavilion or Harrison Pavilion and either within Diagnostic Radiology or outside when appropriate for the hospital mission as determined by either the Radiology Supervisor, Operations Manager or the Radiology Administrative Director.Follows all radiation safety procedures to ensure patient is not compromised as it relates to radiation safety. Understands all radiation safety issues through annual compliance with radiation safety and or seminars.Work schedules as required either through regular scheduled hours or on-call as required for department needs.
EDUCATION:Work requires knowledge of principles and procedures of diagnostic radiology practices and the operation and maintenance of Radiologic equipment generally acquired through the completion of two years post-high school training in an approved school of radiologic technology.CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:Current Massachusetts state license in Radiography, ARRT (R) certification and registration and all applicable Radiology education requirements. New graduates must hold a current state of Massachusetts temporary radiologic technologist license. Temporary licensure is valid for one year from the date of issuance. Within that one year time frame, new graduates must sit and pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national exam. The new graduate must then apply for a Massachusetts permanent radiologic technologist license. BLS/CPR Certification required.
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