A local hospital is looking for a CT Technician/ X-Ray Technician to join their team. The position can be temp or perm and offers a FT overnight schedule. Responsibilities include performing all required exams ensuring high quality patient care and adequate radiation protection at all times. Perform all general, invasive, and imaging processes and procedures involved in CT and Special Procedures. Also required to rotate through all three areas and is required to be on call for those areas as needed. Also required to perform intravascular contrast media injections as defined in Section 89.40 in Part 89 Practice of Radiologic Technology.
Education/Training: Satisfactory completion AMA approved school for Diagnostic Radiologic Technology. Ability to read, write, and communicate in English.
Experience: One year experience as a Radiologic Technologist required, and must have completed on the job training in CT. Must possess a high degree of knowledge and understanding in services and technology. Must have demonstrated ability to work alone.
Licensure, Registration or Certification: Must be licensed by New York State, and registered by the ARRT. Must possess certification to administer contrast media from New York State. Must be BLS certified from the American Heart Association.
Important information: This position is recruited for by a remote TemPositions Group office. Please submit your resume to be considered for this position. If you have questions about the opening, you may contact the recruiter for this position at emackey@ tempositions.com Resumes will be considered immediately. The client is looking to hire as soon as possible so interviews are being scheduled now.
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