Would you like to work in a facility that will allow you to have work/life balance? Would you like to be in a small community hospital and have impact on outcomes and not be just an employee of a large system? Would you want to live within 3 large cities or even be able to live in 2 of them and have a 30 minute or less drive to work?
- The position is responsible for performing radiographic/fluoroscopic procedures to produce diagnostic images.
- Provides procedural-related patient care and education.
- Maintains records and documentation for procedures.
- Participates in performance improvement activities of the department and daily management of infection prevention and control activities.
-Performs routine, emergent, operative and mobile radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging procedures by correctly using imaging equipment, related accessories and contrast agents. Upholds radiation safety standards and department protocol.
-Prepares patient and exam room for imaging procedure. Helps patient with appropriate dress. Provides a comfortable, friendly, secure atmosphere for all patients. Provides patient and family education related to imaging procedure.
-Communicates with other caregivers to ensure continuity and appropriateness of patient care.
-Maintains manual and computerized patient, department and hospital records. Performs associated data entry and clerical tasks as needed.
-Responsible for ordering and stocking department supplies.
-Performs and documents equipment quality control according to department protocol. Performs routine cleaning and preventative maintenance. Recognizes and reports any malfunction to appropriate person or department.
-Available to cross-train to CT area. Available to take call outside of normal working hours.
-Treats patients and families with dignity and respect. Ensures confidentiality of patient records. Interacts professionally with patients and
families and provides explanations and verbal reassurance as necessary.
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) registration required.
- Ohio Department of Health Radiologic License required.
- BLS certification within 30 days of employment required.
- 1yr experience preferred. Previous CT experience preferred but will cross train if not.
- The position is located west of Columbus.
- Work in a team environment that reports to the Director of Radiology who is easy to work with.
- This person will perform X-ray, and general Radiography and will be cross-trained in CT(No previous CT experience necessary). Nice opporunity to learn if you do not have CT experience.
- This position is 2nd shift(3:00pm-11:30pm) Mon-Fri and the person will work 1 out of 4 weekends. There is on call coverage and that is every 8th week but rarely do they get called in.
- The range is $20hr-$29hr depending on experience, shift differentials are $2.25hr during the week and $2.00hr on the weekend. A full benefit package is also offered.