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Category: Allied Health/Advanced Practice
Facility: Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department: Diagnostic Imaging
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Rotating Shifts
Hours: 40 hours/wk, rotating shifts (4 nights/6 days), e/o weekend
FTE: 1.00000
Job Details: State License
ARRT
CRT
2 Years of Experience Required

Job Summary:
The Radiology Technologist performs all diagnostic-imaging procedures in the Diagnostic Imaging Department including: General radiography, mobile C-arm, portable x-ray exams, Ortho Clinic, assistance in fluoroscopy. Responsible for learning under the direction of the department manager and department coordinator. Refers to and complies with the routine projections list in the procedure manual. Assists physicians/radiologists when required. Will be responsible for assessing, treating, or caring for patients of all age categories and demonstrate age-specific competency. Performs any other duties assigned.

Job Requirements:
Knowledge/Licensure/Certification:
Graduate of AMA-approved School of Diagnostic Radiologic Technology resulting in certification from the State of California as a Radiologic Technologist. Evidence of continuing education in the Science of Radiologic Technology. CPR Certified.
Experience: Minimum 2-3 years of experience as a Diagnostic Imaging Technologist; pediatric experience preferred.
Skills/Activities: Excellent interpersonal skills. Effective verbal and written skills. CQI team experience. Basic proficiency with computer system.

Physical Requirements:
Sit: Up to 3 hours/day
Stand/Walk: 6-8 hours
Bend/Stoop: Up to 3 hours
Reach: Up to 6 hours
Rep Use of UE/Grasp: Up to 6 hrs
Lift/Push/Pull: 25lbs, over 25# with assistance or equipment
This job requires the ability to hear alarms clients and/or instruction. The ability to see accurately from 20 inches to 20-ft. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function of this position.





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