Interventional Radiologic Technologist, Outpatient, Sign on Bonus!

Location: White Plains, NY
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Monday - Friday, 8am - 4pm
Bonus Offer: Receive a sign on bonus upon successful completion of the interview process
Salary Range: $85,321 - $124,880

Job Summary

The Outpatient Interventional Radiology Technician is responsible for conducting various interventional special procedure imaging tasks using X-ray, CT, and Ultrasound guidance. They work under the supervision of the Radiology Technical Manager or a designated senior staff member. The role of the technician is crucial in maintaining high clinical quality and delivering exceptional patient care.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Familiarize and comply with the Performance Standards, Policies, and Behaviors established by the institution
  2. Ensure accurate patient positioning and preparation for specific examinations, while adhering to different protocols and regulations as required for each case
  3. Take ownership of designated areas and/or procedures, producing high-quality technical images and thoroughly reviewing completed scans for accuracy
  4. Provide assistance to physicians as and when needed during procedures
  5. Participate in an on-call rotation
  6. Perform necessary quality assurance and calibration procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements
  7. Adapt and respond effectively to emergent procedures and situations that may arise in the department
  8. Maintain cleanliness and organization of work areas, equipment, and accessories
  9. Report any malfunctioning equipment or failed quality control to the Supervisor or Manager
  10. Handle routine office tasks, such as attending phone calls, reviewing previous reports/films, documenting patient information, and utilizing electronic medical records and image archiving systems
  11. Notify relevant staff promptly upon completing exams to ensure smooth transition to the next case
  12. May be assigned as an instructor or preceptor
  13. Communicate professionally with patients and their family members, addressing any questions or concerns
  14. Possess knowledge and skills to deliver care tailored to different patient populations, including pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric groups
  15. Ensure all necessary medical surgical supplies are ordered, properly circulated, and stocked for all cases in designated areas
  16. Participate in staff meetings and in-service training
  17. Perform any other duties as assigned

Education & Experience Requirements

  • The ideal candidate must have graduated from an accredited radiography school or a hospital-based program in allied health education. They should hold a valid license from the New York State Department of Health and be registered with the ARRT(R). Previous experience in a lead or supervisory role is required.
  • Advanced certifications from ARRT in CT, Mammography, MRI, ARDMS, or NMTCB are preferred
  • Continuing education requirements must be fulfilled to meet the standards set by regulatory bodies. The current requirement is 24 ECE credits over a two-year period
  • Current certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association (AHA) is mandatory or should be obtained within 90 days of hire
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