Imaging Technologist Job Description

Imaging Technologist Job Description

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Imaging technologist provides solutions to moderately complex hardware and software issues to include configurations, optimizations, computer moves, system imaging, queues, drivers, etc.

Imaging Technologist Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Maintain existing and develop new scanning and photography workflows based on best practices to optimize digitization procedures and increase the lab's productivity
Maintain existing and develops new digitization lab procedures and production management protocols
Manage quality assurance on all digitized files created by student assistants and recommends steps for remediation
Digitize materials that require professional expertise or special handling beyond the student assistants' abilities
Automate lab processes where appropriate to ensure efficient digital file creation and processing
On Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturdays
Perform image acquisition, reconstruction, and basic analysis for client investigators
Perform procedures in compliance with federal, state, local and internal regulations (includes animal-research, radiation generating equipment and radioactive material regulations)
Order supplies and maintain inventory for clerical, scientific, animal care and radiation safety items
Interface with client researchers and the scientific advisors for the core lab

Imaging Technologist Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Imaging Technologist

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: BLS, CT, ACLS, ARRT, CPR, MRI, BCLS, CMRT, AHA, MR

Education for Imaging Technologist

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the imaging technologist job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Associate and Bachelor's Degree in Associates, Radiologic Technology, Radiology, Education, Technical, Technology, Graduate, Healthcare, Science, Radiography

Skills for Imaging Technologist

Desired skills for imaging technologist include:

Communication devices to perform tasks
Computer software
Imaging Procedures
Radiograph equipment and how to operate machinery
EPIC and Radiant
Physics and system hardware and software to problem solve to obtain the highest quality images possible
White board

Desired experience for imaging technologist includes:

Submit and track monthly billing, in coordination with UC COM financial managers
Performs basic scan protocols
Selects proper technical factors by submitting exams denoting region of interest and or pathology
Properly administers the type of contrast media to be given based on the patient’s medical history and established policy and procedure
Operates a power injector to properly load and dispense IV contrast material under the direct supervision of a radiologist
Performs venipuncture for the administration of paramagnetic contrast media in accordance with department policy and procedure

Imaging Technologist Examples


Imaging Technologist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking to fill the role of imaging technologist. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for imaging technologist
  • Instruct/lead in-service trainings including MRI safety as required
  • Provides technical leadership and is technical/job related resource for staff
  • Assist with development and implementation of Center/department policies and procedures
  • Encourages, promotes and initiates processes and activities which work toward achieving service excellence in the department/Center
  • Ensures compliance to all applicable regulatory and accrediting agencies
  • Possesses sound and thorough operational knowledge of the CT scanner, pressure injector, and emergency response/resuscitation equipment
  • Demonstrates technical expertise to operate Imaging equipment and obtain high quality images with radiation dose as low as reasonably achievable
  • Conducts and reports BUN/Creatinine testing as applicable
  • Properly determines the type and volume of contrast media to be given based on the patient’s medical history and established policy and procedure
  • Correctly annotates images with pertinent information
Qualifications for imaging technologist
  • Ensures compliance to ACR accreditation standards and all other applicable regulatory and accrediting agencies
  • Utilize power injectors and monitoring equipment
  • Start IVs and administer IV, oral, rectal contrast at the direction of the physician onsite
  • Participate and be engaged in a team framework and maintain a positive approach and attitude
  • Perform X-rays using protective and immobilization devices
  • Register patients on the computer

Imaging Technologist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of imaging technologist. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for imaging technologist
  • Interact with patient, explaining procedure thoroughly and answering any questions as appropriate
  • Prepare contrast material intravenously or orally for Diagnostic Radiology procedures under the supervision of the radiologist in order to perform diagnostic procedures
  • Understands and completes necessary requisitions for ordered exams in atimely manner
  • Completes all necessary work sheets, patient records and documentation
  • Perform a wide range of computerized tomography procedures
  • Perform functions, which assist imaging staff in specific or multiple modalities
  • Utilize knowledge and judgment with regard to departmental functions and facilitates efficient operations
  • Perform abdominal, obstetrical and gynecological Ultrasound examinations including small parts by producing appropriate images on adult, geriatric, adolescent, pediatric and neonatal patients
  • Assist Radiologist in performing surgical procedures
  • Create and maintain records and documentation
Qualifications for imaging technologist
  • Two-year associate degree awarded through an accredited Radiology Technician program
  • Willingness to work under BSL-3 - BSL-4 conditions
  • Maintain proficiency and the operation of the RMS computer system to ensure timely procedure is performed and proper billing of patients occurs
  • Maintain supplies in examination rooms, monitor equipment operations and maintenance, and maintain order and cleanliness of work area
  • Willingness to learn phelobotomy
  • Minimum of two (2) years experience as a Radiology Technologist, required

Imaging Technologist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is searching for experienced candidates for the position of imaging technologist. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for imaging technologist
  • Will preform fluroscopy procedures for surgery including O-arms and C-arms
  • Call rotation for evenings and weekends is required
  • Schedule exams
  • Work effectively with clinic staff and patients
  • Demonstrate competency with all position-related software programs
  • Produce high quality radiographic images while interacting with all patients in a caring and comforting manner
  • Perform mammography examinations according to physicians’ orders and utilize a variety of sophisticated mammography equipment
  • Perform CT scans according to accepted department protocols and hospital policy and procedures
  • Obtain patient history, prepare patient for the exam, explain exam, and ensure patient cooperation during the study
  • Administer isotope dosage accurately following established departmental procedures
Qualifications for imaging technologist
  • ARRT Advanced Mammography certification required within 1 year of hire
  • Minimum Two years experience Mammography experience
  • CA RRT, RTTF, ARRT and BLS required
  • Intra Aortic Balloon Pump certified within the first year of employment in the Cath Lab
  • A minimum of one year advanced training as a Special Procedures Technologist (SPT) preferred
  • Knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy, physiology, medical terminology and radiologic equipment

Imaging Technologist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of imaging technologist. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for imaging technologist
  • Manipulate CT and MRI medical images on highly sophisticated 3D workstations and specialized "thin" client/server equipment in multiple planes and dimensions for clinical visualization and qualitative analysis of diagnostic and interventional studies
  • Prepares and manages transfer of image data to and from in an accurate and timely manner
  • Collaborates with other professional colleagues to be able to respond to clinicians' detailed request for views depicting certain anatomy and/or pathology
  • Provide technical expertise for development of 3DR imaging protocols on varied patient population including
  • 3D vascular exams to include all arteries and veins
  • Perform quality control functions to ensure timely reporting
  • The registered radiologic technologist (RT) performs direct patient care within the scope of the technologist
  • Performs the primary function of acquiring radiographic and related images with x-ray and fluoroscopic equipment of all assigned patients, infancy through life span in the inpatient or outpatient setting
  • Handles and delivers medications as prescribed by a Licensed Independent Practitioner
  • Obtain patient history, prepare patient for the exam, explain exam, and ensure patient cooperation and safety during the procedure
Qualifications for imaging technologist
  • Familiarity with MR sequences
  • Familiarity with image and data transfer protocols
  • Familiarity with digital image formats (e.g.DICOM, JPEG)
  • Mental/visual ability to operate complex computer equipment to visualize 3D anatomy
  • Must be experienced in operating equipment and evaluating images obtained, including anatomy and pathology so that additional images in varying positions may be obtained if necessary for correct diagnosis
  • Successful and valid registration/certification by a nationally recognized accrediting agency

Imaging Technologist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for an imaging technologist. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for imaging technologist
  • Act as patient educator prior to catheterization to explain procedure and answer questions
  • Correlate and prioritize workload and is flexible when there are interruptions and distractions in order to provide quality services
  • Wear radiation safety monitoring equipment in order to record professional exposure and comply with regulatory agency
  • Maintain an exceptional attendance record in order to provide appropriate staffing levels
  • Explain procedure to patient and acquire clinical history
  • Be responsible for ensuring consent forms, questionnaires are filled out completely and entered into EMR
  • Position and immobilize patient on x-ray table using supportive devices to obtain precise patient position and following exam protocols specified by Radiologist
  • Administer contrast media orally as directed by the radiologist
  • Monitor patient's safety and comfort during exam
  • Processes images for reading and archiving
Qualifications for imaging technologist
  • Years of experience in the specific modality for which the candidate is being considered
  • Modality specific advanced level registry must be obtained within twelve months of hire date
  • Should any of the above requirements (completion of the program achieving registration/certification) not be obtained, in the specified timeframe, a single three month extension may be considered and granted at the discretion of the management
  • Should have or develop expertise in multiple (more than one modalities)of Radiology(X-Ray, OR, CT, NM, Specials, US)
  • Must be available to take call and arrive at the hospital with a 30-minute response time
  • Modality specific advance level registry must be obtained within twelve months of hire date

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