Coordinates acquisition and archiving of in-house diagnostic imaging examinations that includes radiography, computerized tomography(CT) magnetic resonance (MR) and Nuclear Medicine(NM) studies; performs calibration tests on equipment; cares for and maintains equipment in assigned areas; assists with instructing technical aspects of veterinary radiology to veterinary students; assists with research activities; makes radiographs of small animals and large animals; assists in performing special procedures, such as fluoroscopic, myelographic and other contrast procedures and assists in routine radiographic examinations; instructs veterinary students, residents and CSCC students with regard to technical aspects of veterinary radiology; assures that all charges for services have been appropriately priced and submitted for all assigned patients as directed by supervisor; maintains proficiency in the use of Radiology equipment; makes CD/DVDs of hospital images; other related duties as assigned by Service Head or Radiology Service Coordinator.
Additional Information for Applicants::
Position requires lifting animals and equipment 40-50 lbs; ability to handle and restrain awake animals; exposures to radiation through x-ray equipment and gamma-ray equipment; exposure to animal inflicted injuries, rabies and other zoonotic diseases; exposure to sharps, anesthetic gases
This position has been reposted.
2-Year college degree in radiologic technology or an equivalent combination of education and experience; ability to obtain the following requirements prior to start date: ARRT Radiography registered with current ODH licensure; graduate of an accredited radiologic technology program; experience in MR; experience in diagnostic and fluoroscopic procedures.
Experience handling animals; MR experience.
Target Salary: $21.60 - $24.00 Hourly
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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