The Corvallis Clinic Radiologic Technologist - Relief in Corvallis, Oregon
Summary: The Radiologic Technologist provides the prescribed radiographic and fluoroscopic exams with the selection of proper technical factors required for each exam. Principal Responsibilities: 1. Will participate and maintain a culture within The Corvallis Clinic consistent with the content outlined in the Service and Behavioral Standards Handbook. To this end, employee will be expected to read, have familiarity, and embrace the principles contained within. 2. Position patients correctly for radiographic and fluoroscopic exams and select the proper technical factors required for each exam. 3. Assist radiologist during fluoroscopic exams and special procedures as required. 4. Provide accurate and complete exam and image documentation as it relates to CR and PACS. 5. Provide radiation protection to patients and Clinic personnel in accordance with prescribed standards. 6. Check and report any equipment failure or maintenance problem to Imaging Department Manager. 7. Prepare contrast media used in various examinations, assist radiologists in administering medias. 8. Perform duties related to Film/PACS media library as needed. 9. Assist IOS staff with scheduling and processing of patients as needed and appropriate. Education, licensure and experience: 1. Graduate of an approved school of radiologic technology. 2. Certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. 3. Must have a valid appropriate license issued by the State of Oregon Board of Medical Imaging. 4. Prefer one or more years of successful work within a Radiology Department of similar complexity to the Clinic’s. 5. An exception to the requirements stated in #1 and #2 of this section is made for students of an approved school of radiologic technology that have completed all relevant exam competencies and are in good standing in the program overall. This exemption to sections 1 and 2 will be good for no longer than 12 months. 6. Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification Knowledge and skills: 1. Thorough knowledge of human anatomy, radiation exposures, and positioning. 2. Ability to work compatibly with physicians, patients, and other staff.