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Adheres to Departmental procedures, fulfills compliance with life safety, fire and hazardous
waste, Radiation Safety, and Infection Control requirements.
Maintains Licensure, stays current and participates departmental training offered.
Performs procedures (Portables, E.R., Trauma, Fluoro OR and General) as needed.
Demonstrates courteous behavior, positive attitude, etc. through polite communication with
all co- workers/guests.
Understands and appreciates the need to provide good customer service, both internal and
Maintains work area: Reports maintenance issues for equipment, monitors supplies and
deficiencies, maintains paperwork particular to each department/office.
Participates in clinical activities (i.e. assists with patient flow/care, helps to optimize
throughput of patients via Radiology Ambassador team.
Remains compliant of timekeeping rules: Avoids early, late and unauthorized entries.
Attends greater than 80% of staff meetings to staff informed and supports initiatives.
Patient care and safe handling training required.
General, Portable, ED, Trauma, Fluoro, pediatrics preferred.
Graduate of an AMA approved Radiology Technologist Program and therefore registry legible.
NJ DEP license required upon hire.
ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologist)
Scheduled Days / Hours: Weekend/ holiday requirement