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We are looking for individual to join our client’s team as CT Technologist. You will be working under the general supervision of the Associate Director; the incumbent will perform technical duties within Radiology. The incumbent is directly involved with various imaging procedures that apply ionizing radiation and other forms of energy. Incumbents may perform additional assignments as required per department. An Associate Radiographer Level III is an advanced or senior-level technologist who can perform duties in various modalities.
- Perform high-quality CT scans and must be able to work independently.
- Must demonstrate a clear understanding of CT protocols.
- Must demonstrate complete independent competency.
- Work with the Physicians and Physician Assistants (PA) during IV contrast administration.
- Perform daily CT QA/QC imaging.
- Must demonstrate a team effort with all other Radiology staff, including but not limited to doctors, nurses, clerical, and support staff.
- Must demonstrate complete independent competency in General Radiology.
- Able to instruct students in routine CT and general x-ray exams.
- Show knowledge and use of radiation protection, including proper technical factors, collimation, and shielding.
- Able to apply all standards set by the Department of Radiology, Federal and State Radiation Protection Agencies.
- Maintain room inventory and equipment checklist at the beginning of the shift and before patients enter the CT scan room.
- Assures that all documentation is completed before the examination regarding informed consent, the universal protocol/time-out checklist, lab results, and pregnancy test.
- Must be registered by the ARRT in CT.
- 1 year CT Technologist experience, Relevant Equipment.
- Proficient in all areas of CT and general X-ray
- Knowledge of radiation protection
- Understanding contrast screening and reactions
- Skills in performing route CT, CTA, and CT biopsy imaging
- Ability to perform daily Quality Assurance (QA)
- Knowledge of entering and retrieving patient information from the Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS) and Hospital Information System (HIS)
- Must be able to lift or move 50 pounds without assistance
- A valid license as a radiologic technologist, nuclear medicine technologist or in radiation therapy issued by the NYSDOH and post primary certification in computed tomography issued by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) required.
- BLS preferred.
- Must be registered by ARRT to perform CT
- Radiologic Technologist
- Adhere to company guidelines regarding COVID compliance
- Malpractice Insurance - All clinical workers are required to have active individual Medical Malpractice. A copy must be provided prior to start of assignment. All clinical workers licensed by the state of NY are required to provide.
- Schedule Notes: We are in need of 1 Tech 12am-8am, 1 Tech 8am-4pm and 2 Techs 4pm-12am, including weekends. Techs will be covering general x-ray and CT.