Interventional Technologist II (West Cancer Center) Job
Performs a variety of complex specialized tasks in operating radiographic equipment to perform interventional procedures. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision and Values.
Completion of a formal education
program in radiography accredited
by a mechanism acceptable to
At least One (1) year of experience as an interventional radiologic technologist, with demonstrated clinical competencies in special procedures.
Certification and registration as
R.T.(R) ARRT. State license in
accordance with regulations in the
state where work is performed.
BLS certification preferred. Certification must be obtained after hire.
- Ability to effectively relate and communicate with internal and external customers.
- Basic knowledge of radiology information systems (RIS, HIS, and PACS preferred).
Key Job Responsibilities
- Performs quality radiologic procedures using appropriate technical and safety methods.
- Assists in the development of others through guidance and teaching. Promotes professional practice of all members of the radiological services team.
- Responsible for monitoring and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, quality standards, compliance activities, and policies and procedures.
- Effectively manages resources such as supplies and equipment. Plans work and completes job responsibilities in an efficient and productive manner.
- Demonstrates professional work behavior and excellent customer service routinely in all interactions.
- The physical activities of this position may include climbing, pushing, standing, hearing, walking, reaching, grasping, kneeling, stooping, and repetitive motion.
- Must have good balance and coordination.
- The physical requirements of this position are: medium work - exerting up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally and/or up to 25 lbs. of force frequently.
- The Associate is required to have close visual acuity including color, depth perception, and field of vision to perform an activity, such as assessing patients, preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; or extensive reading.
- Frequent invasive and non-invasive patient contact.
- Exposure to patient body fluids as well as exposure to hazardous or poisonous materials.
- Ability to react quickly to emergency situations.