CT/Radiology Technologist (Night Shift)
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Under the leadership of the department director, assistant director, and supervisor/lead, the CT/Radiologic Technologist reports to the supervisor/lead and is responsible for delivering quality patient care to all patient populations in Radiology and its satellite facilities during hours on duty. The CT/Radiologic Technologist is a specialized medical professional and possesses skills and knowledge to competently provide diagnostic quality images and high-level axial CT imaging with proper documentation of record requirements and radiation safety, maximizing the use of equipment and resources. The CT/Radiologic Technologist interacts in a positive, service-oriented manner with patients, medical staff and peers and performs all radiographic/CT procedures and all RIS/HIS procedures in the area(s) of assignment. The CT/Radiologic Technologist must be able to perform under potentially stressful situations and care for all emergency patients, inpatients and outpatients and assist in invasive CT procedures.
Some of the CT/Radiologic Technologist’s primary responsibilities are:
- Describes procedure and answers all patient questions prior to performing study and obtains patient history
- Provides images and applicable post-processing to Radiologist for diagnostic interpretation
- Precisely follows protocols and Radiologist’s instructions to provide optimal studies
- Proficient in intravenous access
- Monitors patient’s physical condition during course of exam
Acute care hospital experience within the past three years is preferred.
As necessary for required licensure.
The Radiologic Technologist must have current licensure with the State of California in Fluoroscopy and Diagnostic Radiography. All technologists must be current with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). ARRT licensure in CT is required within six months following completion of training. Must have current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Assigned Work Hours:
64 hours per pay period- 8 hour night shifts
Pay Range (based on years of applicable experience):48.76
Job Status: Part Time
Job Reference #: 2022-1476