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|Facility:||1. Dayton Children's|
|Schedule:||Pool (non-routine, as needed)|
Ohio Radiographic license and ARRT registration
A staff level position producing quality diagnostic MRI scans on patients of all ages using the MRI scanner and associated equipment for imaging and image manipulation. Tasks are performed with minimal supervision and with strict adherence to quality parameters as determined by the department. Technologists independently perform or assist the licensed independent practitioner in the completion of radiographic procedures. Technologists prepare, administer, and document activities related to contrast media and medications in accordance with state and federal regulations or institutional policy. Technologists educate patients and their parents regarding procedures performed and safety within the MRI department. Technologists are responsible in part for performance of the organization’s systems and processes while continuing to recognize the importance of the individual competence of staff. Responsible for maintaining CPR certification and ARRT registration in addition to participation in hospital-wide mandatory education. The technologist recognizes and advocates for each patient being an individual with unique healthcare needs and provides considerate, respectful care affirming the patient’s right to make decisions regarding his/her medical care. The technologist works with other departments to provide a smooth continuum of care for individual patients. Responsible for participation in “on-call” rotation. Works with student technologists to assure a positive learning experience while on clinical rotations at the hospital. Associate's degree specializing in radiologic technology, Ohio licensure AART, formal training and/or MRI training, CRP certification good communication and good customer service skills required. MRI certification and 2-3 years of MRI experience to include pediatrics preferred.