Mercy Health CT Technologist NOIC Elyria Mercy Health Part-Time in Elyria, Ohio

CT Technologist NOIC Elyria Mercy Health Part-Time

Job ID: 4661909

Updated: April 16, 2018

Geographic Location: Lorain

Location: Elyria, OH, United States

Department: NOIC- Elyria

Full/Part Time: Part-Time

Shift: Days/Afternoons

Standard Hours: 28

Job Summary

Under the direction and supervision of a radiologist/physician, performs all procedures within the Diagnostic section of Radiology in the Medical Imaging Department. Observes all radiation safety guidelines and performs any other duties which assist in the provision of quality patient care according to the mission and values of the hospital.

Qualifications - Minimum

Education:

Ability to read, write, and perform basic arithmetic at a level normally acquired through completion of a high school education.

Successful completion of an AMA approved training program in radiologic technology and certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Advanced schooling/credentialing and certification are required to advance into areas of echocardiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and mammography. Advanced study and certification preferred to advance to CAT SCAN, MRI and special procedures.

Current CPR certification required.

Approximately one to two years experience necessary in order to become familiar with equipment and procedures.

Hours

Hours per pay period: 56

Hours: Variable

This position will require the ability to perform all Cat Scan exams while also performing general XRAY. Cat Scan registration is required. This position will float to other campuses as needed while rotating shifts such as weekends and call (including holidays) as needed.

Shift and Job Schedule

Job Shift: Days/Afternoons, Job Schedule: Part-Time

Equal Employment Opportunity

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