- Manchester, NH
What you'll be doing
- Maintains a working knowledge of all radiographic equipment within the department. Performs all routine radiographic procedures and views. Prepares and/or administers contrast media, i.e., orally, IV, rectally. Provides radiation protection to patient, staff and self-according to prescribed safety standards. Recognizes emergency situations, initiates code procedures, and administers first aid/CPR. Records patient history, unusual conditions/limitations and other information such as exam time, room number, technique. Re-stocks supplies and maintains assigned work station/equipment in an orderly fashion and orders appropriate supplies. Adjusts technical factors in proportion to patient and body part being examined while minimizing radiation. Performs and/or assists with radiographic and fluoroscopic procedures. Performs and/or assists with radiographic examinations during operative procedures.
What your background should be
- Completion of a twenty-four-month clinical internship. Basic life support (BLS) certification required. ARRT certified. American registry of radiologic technologists (ARRT).
Required Schooling / Training
- Completion of a formal radiological technologist training in an ARRT approved school.
Who is the client company
- Concern about hospital & health care services.
- If you are interested in this position, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org