Medical Imaging Technician
TITLE: Radiology Tech
LOCATION: Salina, KS
Are you interested in living in a small community near Salina, KS with a population of about 3500? This community provides a safe environment with a recreation center and plenty of outdoor activities. It also offers a nice public school and a low cost of living.
The medical center is committed to Improving Lives and upholds values of integrity, stewardship, compassion, and service. Their approach is simple: provide compassionate healthcare and set a high standard for top quality care within the community.
If this sounds appealing, consider joining their work family. Read on to find out more:
What they're looking for:
- Associate or Bachelor's degree in Radiologic Technology from an AMA-approved school of Radiologic Technology.
- Registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
- Eligible for CT certification. Preferred but not required to have MRI or Mammo certification.
Hours and compensation potential:
- This position is on the day shift, covering 36 hours per week (three 12-hour shifts). Will work 1 out of 4 weekends (6am Saturday - 6am Monday).
- The salary range is between $22.25/hr and $38.00/hr, based on experience and credentials. On-call duty is once a week and the assigned weekend. Pay is $2/hr, and time and a half if called in.
- Full benefits package, including a $5,000 sign-on bonus and $4,000 for relocation.
What you'll be doing:
- This role involves preparing and positioning patients for diagnostic x-ray and CT exams, administering and monitoring IV contrast administration, and safely operating x-ray equipment to produce high-quality examinations for interpretation by the Radiologist.
- Must be able to multitask and maintain expertise across various modalities, as well as handle departmental patient screening and scheduling.
- Perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with hospital policies, procedures, and guidelines.
What you can expect:
- Report to the Radiology Manager.
- The medical center is a 19-bed critical access hospital and features the most technologically advanced radiology department in the area.