VCU Health System's Department of Radiology is seeking an evening shift supervisor to become to become a part of our Diagnostic Radiology leadership team.
Provide day-to-day supervision for an assigned Radiology area (e.g. Diagnostic, Breast Imaging, Stony Point, CT/MRI, 3D lab) to include STAR Service, legal and regulatory compliance, clinical operations, human resources, safety & quality, customer service, leadership, and fiscal responsibility.
Ensure that all diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are performed by qualified and competent staff, are of the highest quality achievable and follow the radiation safety principles of ALARA, ACR Guidelines for imaging practices, and ACR Guidelines for MRI Safety, if applicable.
Ensure compliance with VCU and VCUHS policies and procedures.
Work directly with lead technologists and front line staff to solve problems and reduce barriers to success.
Implement new initiatives, programs and policies.
Work collaboratively with other Radiology Supervisors, Mangers, Faculty and staff to ensure a high level departmental safety, quality, and teamwork.
Report to the Modality Manager and is responsible for the clinical functions and processes for assigned Radiology area.
Through lead technologists and staff, the Radiology Supervisor is responsible and accountable for the daily clinical operation of the assigned sections by ensuring the highest level of operational excellence while ensuring safety, efficient, high quality and cost effective care.
Supervise, oversee, maintain and improve business functions and processes related to his/her areas of responsibility.
Develop staff education and competencies including educational materials, competency forms, etc.
Provide education to assigned team, students, residents, and other learners.
Work within the Scope of Practice of his/her specialty. Scope of Practice by specialty is described in the Staff Technologist job description for each specialty.
Maintain technical competency in all areas of responsibility.
Graduation from a JRC Accredited Program in Radiologic Technology
Bachelor's Degree in Clinical Radiation Science or closely related field from an accredited program.
Current Certification by the American Registry of Radiology Technologist (ARRT) is required.
Minimum of five (5) years of Diagnostic radiology experience
Master's Degree in Health Administration, Business Administration or closely related field from an accredited program
Three (3) years progressively more responsible Diagnostic Radiology supervisory/management experience.
Previous work experience in an academic medical center environment