Monday 2:30PM-11:00PM, Saturday, Sunday 6:00AM-10:30PM
Essential Job Accountabilities:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Produces images which demonstrate a thorough knowledge of radiographic technique (collimation, ID markers and patient demographics), anatomical positioning, equipment performance and department positioning.
- Perform diagnostic procedures with minimal exposure to self and patients.
- Performs examinations efficiently with repeat rate consistent with department standards.
- Demonstrates knowledge of film critique sufficient to repeat films when indicated without direction.
- Technologist demonstrates proper radiation safety and general practices for patient, self, and others.
- Demonstrates caring, excellence, leadership, pride, teamwork, integrity and center wide standards for service.
- Provides all aspects of patient care based on established standards. Demonstrates competency in all procedures within scope of practice, as appropriate to the ages of patients served; the ability to obtain information and interpret information in terms of the patient’s needs; knowledge of growth and development and an understanding of the range of treatment of the patients.
- Demonstrates competency using PACS.
- Responsible for ensuring that proper maintenance of the x-ray machine is scheduled and performed as required.
- Knows the general condition of the equipment at all times, knows how to operate all equipment required in the course of performing procedures. Documents failures in a timely manner.
- Required to have good eye-hand coordination during radiology procedures.
- Ability to organize relative patient information, reports, and films for presentation with Radiologist.
- Evaluates radiographs for technical quality.
Education, Experience, Qualifications:
- High School or GED required.
- Satisfactory completion of a formal Radiologic Technology Program in an approved school.
- Registered ARRT R (Radiography).
- Licensed as a Certified Radiologic Technologist (CRT) in the State of Florida.
- Basic Life Support (BLS Provider) certification required with American Heart Association.