Sr. Radiologic Technologist (3373)
The Vancouver Clinic - Vancouver, WA

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DESCRIPTION

Senior-level Radiologic Technologist with Lead duties.

DUTIES

I. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for daily work flow for general radiology technologists, Bone Density techs, Patient Service Representatives, and file room staff.
  • Ensure flow of work is organized and efficient.
  • Ensure workload is evenly distributed among staff.
  • When department is short staffed, arrange coverage so that highest priorities are covered.
  • Monitor customer satisfaction indicators and respond to compliments and concerns.
  • Respond to concerns promptly and in a fair manner.
  • Ensure that resolutions are communicated to those who need to know.
  • Assign daily staffing schedule, coordinate coverage for sick calls and absences.
  • Ensure staffing assignments are written and distributed in advance using the right people with the right skills in the right place, and ensure requests for time off are granted fairly.
  • Provide input to employee hiring, counseling, and annual reviews.
  • Assist in hiring staff.
  • Provide useful, objective, constructive feedback and performance expectations and Ensure input for annual reviews are done on time.
  • Coordinate new staff (or on-call staff) orientation.
  • Participate in resolving employee conflicts. Provide correction/guidance, give feedback through appropriate medium (verbal vs. written) in a timely and clear manner. Assist with a resolution that is timely and helpful to all parties involved.
  • Respond to staff concerns promptly and deal with concerns fairly.
  • Communicate resolutions to those with a need to know.
  • Monitor overtime and approve or decline consistently.
  • Set up schedules in time & attendance and approve timecards and PTO requests.
  • Monitor and report monthly Aidet information for the general radiology department.
  • Monitor Procedure Archive Communication System (PACS) and make corrections as needed, maintain Staff permissions/access, and keep imaging codes up-to-date
  • Build schedules in EPIC (EMR), as needed.
  • Monitor to make sure changes are posted correctly on procedure charges.
  • Schedule and monitor health equipment physics review and state inspections.
  • Build new tests in EPIC and PACS.
  • Work with Urgent Care department to manage Medical Assistants that provide general radiology services.
  • Coordinate pilot projects.
  • Clearly communicate and introduce new processes into the department/unit.
  • Explain the implications and expectations of the new process.
  • Keep manager apprised of patient complaints, staff issues.
  • Ensure communications are clear and concise.
  • Serve as an expert resource to staff. Staff needs to feel comfortable going to the lead as a resource for clinical or technical questions, patient or customer concerns, and process questions.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

II.EDUCATION AND SKILLS
  • Current ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist required.
  • Minimum of one year Radiologic Technologist experience.
  • Previous lead or supervisory experience preferred.
  • Exceptional organizational Skills.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Strong Interpersonal Skills.
  • Ability to Teach and Orient Staff.
  • Good Judgment
  • Current Healthcare Provider CPR certification.
I. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for daily work flow for general radiology technologists, Bone Density techs, Patient Service Representatives, and file room staff.
  • Ensure flow of work is organized and efficient.
  • Ensure workload is evenly distributed among staff.
  • When department is short staffed, arrange coverage so that highest priorities are covered.
  • Monitor customer satisfaction indicators and respond to compliments and concerns.
  • Respond to concerns promptly and in a fair manner.
  • Ensure that resolutions are communicated to those who need to know.
  • Assign daily staffing schedule, coordinate coverage for sick calls and absences.
  • Ensure staffing assignments are written and distributed in advance using the right people with the right skills in the right place, and ensure requests for time off are granted fairly.
  • Provide input to employee hiring, counseling, and annual reviews.
  • Assist in hiring staff.
  • Provide useful, objective, constructive feedback and performance expectations and Ensure input for annual reviews are done on time.
  • Coordinate new staff (or on-call staff) orientation.
  • Participate in resolving employee conflicts. Provide correction/guidance, give feedback through appropriate medium (verbal vs. written) in a timely and clear manner. Assist with a resolution that is timely and helpful to all parties involved.
  • Respond to staff concerns promptly and deal with concerns fairly.
  • Communicate resolutions to those with a need to know.
  • Monitor overtime and approve or decline consistently.
  • Set up schedules in time & attendance and approve timecards and PTO requests.
  • Monitor and report monthly Aidet information for the general radiology department.
  • Monitor Procedure Archive Communication System (PACS) and make corrections as needed, maintain Staff permissions/access, and keep imaging codes up-to-date
  • Build schedules in EPIC (EMR), as needed.
  • Monitor to make sure changes are posted correctly on procedure charges.
  • Schedule and monitor health equipment physics review and state inspections.
  • Build new tests in EPIC and PACS.
  • Work with Urgent Care department to manage Medical Assistants that provide general radiology services.
  • Coordinate pilot projects.
  • Clearly communicate and introduce new processes into the department/unit.
  • Explain the implications and expectations of the new process.
  • Keep manager apprised of patient complaints, staff issues.
  • Ensure communications are clear and concise.
  • Serve as an expert resource to staff. Staff needs to feel comfortable going to the lead as a resource for clinical or technical questions, patient or customer concerns, and process questions.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.

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