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Ultrasound/Radiology Technologist
Ultrasound/Radiology Technologist


Under general direction, operates radiologic equipment to produce clinical diagnostic x-ray films as prescribed by physicians and perform routine diagnostic procedures according to established standards and practices. Individual is responsible for producing diagnostic x-ray images in accordance with standard procedures and policies as well as perform ultrasonic diagnostic procedures. Echocardiogram will be required to learn if not already able to perform.


Produces x-ray images of specified body areas as directed by the physician or radiologist ensuring clear and undistorted films. Positions and instructs patients regarding x-ray procedures. Performs x-ray procedures using portable machine as requested by Emergency Department and nursing units.

Processes films during the off-shifts for radiologists reading/interpretation following established procedures.

Performs ultrasonic diagnostic procedures of specified body areas by properly positioning patients and locating/scanning areas for interpretation as directed by the physician or radiologist.

Prepares or cleans patient rooms by changing linens, stocking supplies and wiping off tables and equipment ensuring an efficient and clean working environment.

Protects patients from undue exposure to radiation by using lead shields and various safety factors.

Prepares and assists in administering contrast agents by monitoring dosages and determining any potential allergies ensuring compliance with department policies and procedures.

Maintain patient information as needed by purging or updating patient film jackets and/or filing reports or film files to ensure accurate patient records.

Maintains imaging and processing equipment by performing scheduled cleanings and tests and documenting results. Contacts service personnel and notifies supervision of malfunctioning equipment.

Performs other duties as needed in order to support the achievement of established goals and objectives.

Willing to take call and work different shifts as needed


Interpersonal communication skills in order to effectively instruct patients and maintain cooperative working relationships with coworkers.


Successful completion of an AMA approved radiological training program and the ability to meet the requirements for registry by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Must be licensed by the State and also have a current ARDMS credential..


Incumbent has potential exposure to radiation on a daily basis while taking x-rays. Occasional exposure to chemicals and odors due to film processing equipment. Occasional exposure to body fluids while performing various diagnostic tests such as barium enemas and upper GI’s.

Daily use of ultrasound machine to produce images. Bottle Warmer is utilized in order to maintain warmth for scanning gels. Film Processor is used to develop film or images are burned to CD.

Additional Information
Position Type : Full Time
Shift : Day

Closing Date: 02/28/2021
Contact Information
Misti Youngblood - Radiology Director
Phone: 2705274897

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