Load and unload cassettes and cameras with film; remove exposed film for automatic
processing; develop x-ray film in accordance with standard procedures; sort and label
processed film, copy films as required.
Clean assigned work area and related equipment.
Maintain inventory levels of radiographic film and other supplies; order and organize stock
so that it's properly maintained to avoid loss due to expiration.
Assist medical, technical, and clerical staff to provide general patient care by transporting
patients as requested; move patients on and off procedure table; clean rooms and
Assist medical, technical, and clerical staff to expedite dictation and final resulting.
Collecting and collating films, jackets, requests, etc. Uses the Radiology Information
System (RIS) to enter, log, and correct patient and procedure information.
Collect, log and deposit soiled laundry appropriately ensuring proper sanitation standards
and cleaning of work areas.
Provide the highest level of patient satisfaction by promptly and courteously responding to
the needs and requests of patients, visitors and the public; respond to questions with clear,
accurate information; provide assistance to patients and their families.
Scheduled Days / Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am to 430pm
High School Diploma or Equivalent required.
Prefer previous patient care contact.
Excellent oral and written communication skills with strong analytical skills.
Computer literate, comfortable with Microsoft Office software.
Required License/Certifications/ Registration:
Current NJ-CPR Certification (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation)