Magnetic Resonance Imaging TechnologistAssociates in Medical Imaging LLC
Irvine, KY Full time
Posted on September 2, 2017
JOB & GEOGRAPHY SPECIFICS: Hiring full-time technologist to staff parked mobile MRI system 32hrs per week, Monday-Friday, no weekends, no call. MRI experience preferred however, not necessary will train the right candidate. May also consider job-share with multiple technologist. Applicant must be ARRT registered. Full employee benefits and hourly compensation. Job Site Irvine, Kentucky. Approximately a one hour drive from Lexington, KY and 30 minute drive from Richmond, KY. JOB SUMMARY: Perform MRI examinations and deliver patient care, contributing to the efficient operation of the MRI unit, promoting clinical excellence and continuity of care. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: - Graduate of an accredited radiological health applied science program. - ARRT registered. - Requires minimum of three (3) years MRI experience. ESSENTIAL SKILLS REQUIRED: - Knowledge of MRI technology, equipment operation, and magnet safety. - Experience prescribing and performing clinical MRI procedures. - Experience filming & electronically transmitting MRI data. - Knowledge of MRI terminology and the ability to follow interpreting physicians directions. - Ability to manage multiple tasks and work independently. ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: - Capability to be independently mobile. - Ability to transport wheelchair and gurney patients. - Ability to lift up to 50 pounds, with reasonable flexibility. - Ability to work in limited space. - Hearing and visual acuity sufficient to perform and monitor MRI procedures. INTERRELATIONSHIP REQUIREMENTS: - Interpersonal skills necessary to interact effectively with patients and families, who may or may not be under physical stress. - Interpersonal skills and knowledge necessary to interact with radiology personnel, radiologist, referring physicians, and co-workers. - Ability to maintain confidential information. - Possess an overall positive attitude toward patients, employer, and co-workers. MAJOR DUTIES/CRITICAL TASKS: - Required to accurately obtain signatures and complete site-specific patient consents and insurance demographic information. - Prepares and educates patients about their MRI procedure. - Screen patients for contraindications to magnetic field. - Prepares patient for MRI procedure by accurately assessing patient's signs and symptoms. - Operates MRI scanner for data acquisition, reconstruction of images, and documentation of images. - Performs quality control measures for the purpose of ensuring optimal image quality. - Prepare images for transmission and/or filming for interpretation by a radiologist. - Practice accurate and timely completion of scheduled and unscheduled work to maximize productivity. - Practice safety measures in MRI and Environment of Care. - Applies the profession's code of ethics in all aspects of practice. - Performs other related duties as required. SUPERVISION: - Reports To: Local Operations Manager EQUIPMENT: - General Electric MRI equipment - Information system computer. Please email resume to email@example.com or fax to 330-491-1466.