Radiologic Technologist

Radiologic Technologist

RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGISTMIT Medical, to perform radiologic imaging for diagnostic purposes. Will work independently and use knowledge of anatomy, physiology, positioning, and radiation physics and radiation dosage to ensure that a high-quality diagnostic image is produced; perform diagnostic general radiology procedures on infant, pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients as requested by physicians; confirm appropriate clinical data, obtain patient history, and use the lowest possible dose to provide high-quality images for the interpreting radiologist; and provide for the emotional, physical well-being, and safety of patients while maintaining strict standards of patient confidentiality. May need to lift or turn patients who are disabled, with assistance, if needed. 

REQUIRED: High school diploma or its equivalent; registration (or eligibility for registration) with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) from a recognized accredited institution; Massachusetts license with no constraints or eligibility for license; BLS/CPR; proficiency performing tasks employing arm/hand steadiness; ability to multitask, pay attention to fine details, prioritize, return to functions performed before an interruption, and work both as part of a team and with people of various diverse backgrounds; proficiency with basic computer functions, including MS Office; ability to adhere to safety guidelines; effective verbal and written communication skills, including excellent documentation skills. Job #21812-7

Working conditions: long periods of standing or walking; grasping, carrying, and reaching; remaining in uncomfortable positions such as bending and stooping; pushing, pulling, or lifting objects weighing up to 20 pounds; and potential exposure to body fluids, hazardous waste materials, poisonous substances, dust, chemicals, bodily injuries, loud or unpleasant noises, electrical hazards, and electromagnetic radiation as in CRTs (VDTs).


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