Radiological Technologist - Imaging (Per Diem)

Posted: 06/02/2024

Title:  Radiological Technologist I
FTE:  Per Die,
Schedule: Variable shifts
Holiday Rotation:  None
Weekend Rotation:  None
On Call Requirements:  None 
The Certified Radiologic Technologist performs radiology procedures, including CT scans and/or mammography, at a technical level that does not require constant supervision but does require good judgment.  Operates ionizing radiation equipment using ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed protocols related to radiology technology for the diagnosis of various diseases and injury. Assumes responsibility for coordinating procedures, quality assurance and record keeping as related to departmental policy, radiation safety and attending to the patient's needs.

  1. Receives, positions and attends to patients.  Abstracts pertinent data from patient, family and/or patient record.
  2. Performs all diagnostic radiology procedures, which may include CT and/or mammography, properly sets technique and protocol to maximize exam quality.
  3. Performs EKG's and peripheral vascular studies.
  4. Understands the principles of radiation physics and maintains both patient and operator safety.
  5. Injects contrast media after receiving proper instruction.
  6. Keeps equipment in working order; recognizes equipment malfunction and reports appropriate information to department director.
  7. Critique images to ensure quality examination is submitted for interpretation.
  8. Verifies images to ensure timely interpretation of examination.
  9. Assists with file room duties.
  10. Maintain strict patient confidentiality.
  11. Completes post procedure requirements and enters necessary data in Hospital information system.
  12. Maintains required CEU's.
  • Required:  Diploma from a two-year program in Science of Radiographic Technology from an accredited technical college or hospital-based program
  • Preferred:  None
  • Required:  2-5 years
  • Preferred: None
Licenses and Registrations:
  • Required: State of Wisconsin licensure to provide medical radiographic services
  • Preferred: None
  • Required:  American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) in Radiology (R) and either Computed Tomography (CT) or Mammography (M); Basic Life Support (BLS) required within 90 days of hire.
  • Preferred:  None
  1. Competitive health and dental insurance options
  2. Flexible paid time off to balance work and life
  3. Retirement plan with immediate vesting and employer match
  4. Free membership to our state-of-the-art fitness facility
  5. Generous tuition reimbursement
  6. Employer provided life and disability insurance
  7. Free parking at facility
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