We are looking for a CT/Radiologic Technologist to work in Port Clinton, OH.
- This is for a day float shift or a 3pm-11pm shift.
- Pay is $22-30 per hour depending on experience and a $5,000 sign on bonus.
- New graduates are welcome as long as you have an ARRT and BLS certification.
- The Radiologic Technologist performs various Computed Tomography, Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Imaging Procedures on patients of various ages.
- Performs a variety of procedures using radiation generating equipment and associated imaging systems to produce images of the body for diagnostic purposes.
- The Radiologic Technologist is responsible for Image and equipment Quality Assurance as well as Radiation Safety and other safety protocols.
- Provides age specific and developmental care to Infants, Pediatrics, Adolescence, Adults and Geriatric.
Education, Skills and Experience Requirements:
- Graduate of two-year accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
- Strong understanding of cross-sectional anatomy.
- Experience in the safe operations of IV power injectors for CT Contrast.
- Knowledge of computer concepts and programs used by equipment.
- Responsible for own continuing education.
- Basic computer skills including typing/keyboarding and ability to proficiently use a variety of software applications such as Microsoft Office.
- Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, excellent telephone etiquette.
- Self-motivation essential.
- Performs CT and other Diagnostic Radiologic Technology Procedures in a timely and accurate manner.
- Quality focused.
- Analyze images and information for quality with the ability to identify where and how improvements cans be made.
- Attention to detail.
- Knowledge of general human anatomy, cross section anatomy and related pathologic processes.
- Application of spiral and /or multi-slice computed tomography including re-construction of scans.
- The technologist requires specific knowledge and training in the location, appearance and function of the various major and minor body systems.
- Understand the functioning and inter-relationship of various organs.
- Ability to communicate well with Radiologist, Physicians and other hospital personnel to coordinate proper imaging of patients.
- Strong communication skills are essential to provide excellent care to patients and families.
- Ability to calibrate and operate equipment, properly position patients and adjust positioning devices.
- Ability to function well with minimal or no direct supervision.
- Ability to utilize hospital and radiology computer systems and file system.
- Ability to operate PACS systems.
- Basic Computer skills including typing/keyboarding and ability to proficiently use a variety of software application such as Microsoft Office.
- Adherence to Radiation Safety, Dose Reduction and ALARA principles.
- Perform ECG examinations
Certifications and Licenses Requirements:
- ARRT Certification in Radiography
- Documented training and competency in Computed Tomography (CT)
- Current BLS Certification.