Position assists the interventional radiologist, cardiologist, vascular surgeon or other physicians as assigned, in the performance of minimally invasive and invasive fluoroscopic guided diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Procedures consist of complex vascular and non vascular procedures including cardiovascular, electrophysiology, endovascular, and neurological interventions. The technologist is responsible for pre-procedural set up, operating various radiology and support equipment, sterile field, scrub and circulating assistance during the procedure. The technologist is responsible for image archive management and appropriate documentation for the purpose of supply management, billing and procedural documentation. The Technologist assumes responsibility for ancillary tasks/duties associated with the delivery of high quality, safe, cost efficient patient care. The technologist assists attending physicians, fellows, clinical nurses, and CVTs with all aspects of the procedure. By the nature of this position, the technologist has access to medications and contract solutions associated with the delivery of direct patient care. He/she participates in the training of less senior Radiologic Technologists and students.
Hourly Rate $43.67 $48.98 $54.28
ACLS certification upon hire
Minimum 1 year experience working as a Radiologic Technologist
CDHP Radiologic Technologist Fluroscopy permit
Must maintain a high level of decorum to maintain the collegial team approach needed to operate in this environment.
Must support the academic nature of the organization engaging in and supporting the teaching role and research.
Ability to maintain flexibility and work well in a constantly changing environment
Current BLS certification
Must be available to work evenings, nights and/or weekends. Must be available for on-call assignments or alternate work schedules
Experience working with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Experience working in a Hybrid Operating Room Setting
Bachelor Degree in Radiation Science
Experience in a wide array of interventional technology and possible applications as well as current generation fixed fluoroscopic equipment, 3D and virtual CT capabilities, and post processing
Knowledge and practice of hemodynamic monitoring, EKG and pressure waveforms
Experience with electrophysiology procedures
Experience working in more than one specialized radiology setting
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