Radiologic Technician

Employer
ProCare Pain Solutions
Location
Lorton, Virginia
Posted
May 15, 2017
Closes
Jun 19, 2017
Function
Other
Industry
Healthcare
Hours
Part Time

Greater Virginia Pain Care is hiring a Radiologic Technician. This is a part-time position working approximately 20-30 hours per week. We offer employees competitive wages, paid holidays, and paid time off. Employees can expect no night, weekend, or holiday shifts.

GENERAL SUMMARY:

The Radiologic Technologist assists physicians in the performance of fluoroscopic procedures while maintaining the necessary precautions for excessive exposure to patients and/or staff.  The Radiologic Technologist works under the supervision and direction of the Registered Nurse.  The Radiologic Technologist reports to the Clinical Coordinator.

REQUIREMENTS:

General:

  • Applicant must be available to and have means to travel as necessary for orientation, training, and for coverage at additional practice sites
  • Successful completion of orientation and required skill set
  • CPR certification or acquisition within 90 days of employment

Education:

Minimum:        2 year certificate in Radiologic Technology from an accredited educational institution

Preferred:        Bachelor Degree in Radiologic Technology with ARRT registration

Work Experience:

Minimum:        One year clinical Radiologic Technician experience

Preferred:        2+ years Radiologic Technician experience in an ambulatory setting specific to pain management

CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

CLINICAL SKILLS

  • Create value by working together with mutual respect and trust within and across our network at every level appreciating individual differences.
  • Provide safe patient care
  • Demonstrate ability to report facts with accuracy, follow instructions
  • Assist in smooth flow in the procedure room.
  • Anticipate patient needs and concerns and collaborate with nursing to determine appropriate care.
  • Demonstrate thorough understanding and working knowledge of normal, abnormal anatomy and physiology, radiation safety, interventional supplies and equipment operation
  • Use professional judgment and critical thinking when performing procedures
  • Follow appropriate clinic and State of Michigan standards, policies and procedures to provide optimal patient care
  • Facilitate effective working relationships/communications with all members of health team to promote a consistent and efficient continuum of patient care.
  • Regard change as an opportunity and constantly adjust to it.

Quality Management

  • Conduct self in every area, personal and professional, with adherence to the highest ethical standards.
  • Participate in quality management and clinical outcomes
  • Demonstrate awareness of and adherence to safety and legal requirements for nursing in pain management
  • Pursue new opportunities enthusiastically that improve processes and ultimately the organization.
  • Regard change as an opportunity and constantly adjust to it.
  • Manage situations in a manner that minimizes risk
  • Assure reduced radiation exposure to the population through quality control and continuing education to providers
  • Maintain high degree of awareness of all radiation and patient safety issues involved with invasive procedures

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