Singing River Health System
The Weekend Registered Radological (X-RAY) Technologist performs activities of the Radiology Technologist at a technical level not requiring constant supervision of technical detail, and assumes responsibilities for designated areas or procedures as directed by the Director of Radiology or Assistant Director of Radiology. The Weekend Registered Radological (X-RAY) Technologist is responsible for securing radiology studies ordered to assist physicians in making correct diagnosis, careful handling of all radiology equipment and supplies, operating equipment properly, and reporting equipment maintenance needs for assigned area. This employee must be willing to work with the realization that poor film quality may have serious consequences for patients, and be able to pay attention to detail for extended periods of time, working under general supervision following established radiology policies and procedures. The Radiological Technologist must be able demonstrate appropriate clinical judgment and apply professional skills to a patient population of all ages.
Graduation from an accredited School of Radiologic Technology.
Must be currently registered as a Radiologic Technologist by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Required to complete and maintain BCLS certification.
Minimum of one (1) year of experience is required. Should have knowledge of all routine diagnostic and fluoroscopic radiographic procedures.
Work involves walking, bending, standing, turning, stooping, lifting and using a great deal of physical motion in performing daily activities. Employee is responsible for safely moving, lifting and handling all supplies, equipment and patients, with assistance, up to 350 pounds. Safe lifting practice is expected in all areas of job performance and employees are responsible to request help whenever needed, regardless of the weight, using available assistance, i.e. lifting devices or additional staff. Visual acuity required to interpret data and supervise technical operations. Work involves talking with and/or listening to convey or exchange information; includes giving/receiving assignments and/or directions. Work involves using numerical skills to operate equipment. Work involves exposure to communicable diseases, CRT (computer) equipment, blood and/or body fluids, and electromagnetic energy.