Job Title: Radiology
Technician/Technologist (1 day per week)
Under general supervision, performs
prescribed radiologic, ultrasound,
and/or CT procedures
requiring specialized knowledge and
skills in support
of the provision
of diagnostic and/or
therapeutic services to
a specified patient population. May prepare and
administer various chemical mixtures as appropriate to the nature of the
procedures being carried out. May work in a research or clinical environment.
- Prepares facilities in accordance
with procedural requirements; calibrates equipment, and prepares medicine and materials as required;
cleans and disinfects equipment in accordance with sterile procedures and standards.
- Prepares patient for radiographic,
ultrasound, or CT Scan procedures as appropriate to requirements; explains procedures to
patients and positions patients as appropriate to prescribed procedure; assists patients at end of
- Determines appropriate methodology
and techniques to use in administering procedures; calibrates and adjusts equipment as
appropriate; arranges immobilization and/or support devices for proper patient positioning; adjusts
shields; selects appropriate film or film printing device.
- Follows prescribed
procedure in the
administration of radiography,
ultrasound, or CT scans;
calibrations and/or techniques,
arranges immobilization and/or support
devices, and selects appropriate film or film printing
- Develops or prints film as
appropriate, in accordance with proper photographic techniques.
- Maintains stock
supplies and assists
administrators in determining
quantities for purchase; performs
general office duties such as delivering and retrieving film, recording
procedure codes for billing purposes, typing forms, and
take mobile unit
to patient's room
or emergency room
to perform procedures,
to the operational context of the
- Ensures proper care in the use and
maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and
- Education: High
School diploma or
GED. Graduate of
accredited school and
the American Registry of Radiologic
- Licensing: Maintains a state license as a general
- Training and experience: Unless
otherwise indicated, one year of current experience within the last three years in a comparable job
- Maintenance of
current Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR) for
HealthCare Workers or Basic
Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification for HealthCare workers.
- Educated on and compliant with
HIPAA regulations; maintains strict confidentiality of client information.
- Complies with Infection Control,
Standard Precautions and OSHA standards for the healthcare professional.
- Able to wear personal protective
equipment (e.g., face mask, goggles, latex/non-latex gloves) as needed.
- Ability to work effectively within
role independently and with other team members.
- Ability to organize and complete
work in a timely manner.
- Ability to read, write and
effectively communicate in English.
- Ability to understand medical/surgical
- Health Requirements - In good
health and able to work without restrictions as evidenced by Health Statement.
- Compliance with pre-assignment
and medical requirements including:
current TB screen, or Chest X-ray and questionnaire if proof of positive
- Measles/Mumps/Rubella immunizations or titers
indicating immunity; Hepatitis
or Waiver; and
any additional state
or facility medical requirements.
- Physical Demands-Stooping, turning,
bending, squatting, kneeling
and the ability
to lift up to
50 pounds; constant/repetitive standing;
requires normal, correctable
vision and hearing, and
the ability to
accurately discern color as necessary to perform job functions.
One Personnel is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, gender
identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.