RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST, MIT Medical (2 part-time openings, 20 hrs/wk), 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, with assistance, patients who are disabled.
REQUIRED: a 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 diverse backgrounds; proficiency with basic computer programs, including MS Office; and ability to adhere to safety guidelines; effective verbal and written communication skills, including excellent documentation skills. Job #22155-7
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).
Part-time (20 hrs/wk.) schedule to be determined.