MCMC

  • Radiology Technologist I

    Job Locations US-OR-The Dalles
    ID
    2018-3798
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Clinical
    Type
    Temporary Part-Time Core
    Shift
    Days
    Department : Name
    RADIOLOGY
    Min
    USD $24.22/Hr.
    Max
    USD $35.12/Hr.
    Salary Grade
    32
  • Overview

    Mid-Columbia Medical Center is now accepting applications for a Radiologic Technologist I position in the imaging department. 

     

    This is a temporary position and will be scheduled a minimum 24 hours per week. This position will receive a 13% pay differential in lieu of benefits.

    Responsibilities

    This is for a position is a key member of the Imaging dept in alignment with the mission, values and goals of the organization.   This position covers imaging procedures according to physician's orders, utilizing knowledge and judgment in regard to exposure factors, imaging technique, and patient treatment.

    Qualifications

    Candidates must have strong communication skills, be a team player and provide the highest quality of patient care. Flexibility in scheduling is essential, including the ability / willingness to take call and holiday coverage.  When on call, must be within 20 minutes from work (call house is available).  Ability to work independently and use critical thinking skills is a must with this position. Prioritizing and multitasking are essential skills for the successful applicant.

     

     

    Education:

    • Graduate of certified Radiologic Technology school or program.  

     

    Licensure/Certification:

    • Current applicable state licensure (OBMI) in Radiologic Technologist Diagnostic and national registration in Radiography (ARRT-R) required.
    • BLS/CPR Certification:  Personnel providing direct care in patient care and diagnostic areas are required to acquire and maintain BLS/CPR certification.

     

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