Radiology Tech (Rad Tech) Travel Allied - $2639/Weekly
We are looking for aTravel Radiology Tech Alliedfor a greatTravel allied jobin Rochester, NY.
This Radiology TechTravel allied jobpays for pays for 40 hours a week for 13 weeks.
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- Specialty: Radiology Tech Allied
- Travel Radiology Tech (Rad Tech) Allied : Rochester, NY
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- Start Date : November 27, 2023
- Travel Allied Job Assignment Length : 13 weeks
- Travel Assignment 40 hours per week
- Shift : 8 hours, Day
Responsible for coordinating and performing radiographic procedures at a technical level not requiring direct supervision. Flexibility to work overtime including off-shift duty as needed (evenings and weekends) XR 8:00AM-4:30PM
Job Summary X-ray Tech Responsible for coordinating and performing radiographic procedures at a technical level not requiring direct supervision. Flexibility to work overtime including off-shift duty as needed (evenings and weekends)
Educational Requirements Education Graduate of an accredited radiology technology program Licensure Licensed by the New York State Department of Health Certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Experience Prior experience preferred; extensive on-the-job training Skills Required • Knowledge of radiographic examinations and positioning techniques including those procedures that require the use of contrast agents • Basic computer skills, ability to navigate through Windows (Outlook, a plus) • Knowledge of radiographic equipment operation and radiation safety • Knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology • Interpersonal skills to interact effectively with patients, visitors, and employees within the organization • Ability to handle multiple tasks/projects and meet schedules • Demonstration of ethical and professional conduct Duties and Responsibilities • Prepares room, equipment, contrast and materials as needed for patients • Cleans and disinfects radiographic room and equipment • Prepares patient for radiographic procedure: explains procedure, assists patient throughout the exam including exiting the room • Follows prescribed techniques in administering specific x-rays in order to obtain diagnostic images • Able to competently utilize HIS/PACs/RIS software programs. • Prints exams on film PRN; participates in department QA program • Observes patient and equipment during procedure-reports unusual occurrences and records patient condition as needed • Maintains stock supplies and performs general office duties. • Active movement through the work day. Standing, sitting, pivoting and walking.