Radiologic Technologist Job In Dallas, Texas
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Responsible for overseeing the MRI area to ensure that proper procedures are utilized for effective operations and optimal patient care.
- Must have 2 years of experience in Radiographic Technology with current certification by the American Registry of Radiology Technologist (ARRT).
- Must have 8 years of clinical experience in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
- Associates of Applied Science or Bachelor of Science or Arts degree is preferred
- 3 years minimum of supervisory skills are preferred.
- Currently registered by the ARRT in Radiology and MRI.
- Current license by the Texas Department of Health (TDH) as a Medical Radiologic Technologist.
- Current CPR Healthcare provider or CPR Heartsaver certification from one of the following: o American Heart Association o American Red Cross Rescuer o Military Training Network.
Skills or Special Abilities:
- Must have a strong clinical knowledge about: MRI protocols, Anatomy and Physics, and MRI safety and regulations.
- Must be able to demonstrate effective supervisory skills including: analytical skills, organizational management, and documents appropriately.
- Lead and maintaining good rapport and a cooperative working relationship with physicians, departments and staff. Communicates information to appropriate areas, departments and individuals.
- Must be able to demonstrate oral and written skills via Word, Excel, and Power Point.
- Must be able to demonstrate patient focused care and valued behaviors.
- Leads and communicates the organizations mission, ethics and goals of the department to staff.
- Performs maintenance and/or troubleshooting procedures. Takes steps to resolve equipment or procedural problems in the department.
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