Ultrasound Technician
Life Line Screening - Springfield, MA

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An Ultrasound Technician career with Life Line Screening means being an integral part of a team delivering medically appropriate tests with an emphasis on clinical excellence, all while creating the ultimate customer experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Ability to learn and perform ABI, Osteoporosis Risk Assessment, Atrial Fibrillation and blood test screenings in accordance with the company’s protocols and in a proficient and timely manner
  • Flexibility to work variable hours including 1-4 hours paid travel time in a team van. Some Saturday work as well as 2 or 3 overnight trips per month. (No Holidays, no Sundays, and you’ll never be on call.)
  • Unload and load screening equipment from the team van
  • Set up and breakdown of screening event and registration area
  • Manage the registration process of participants and the flow of the screening event. This includes educating and recommending medically appropriate screenings for individual participants
  • Eager to work in a fast-paced work environment where a passion for helping others, as well as accuracy performing tests, are held at the highest of standards
  • Willingness to perform other duties and projects that are requested by Management
  • Drive the company vehicle to and from the assigned screening sites upon approval
  • Graduate of an ultrasound program or formal training program.
  • ARDMS or CCI Registered preferred.
  • If not registered, must obtain registry with the ARDMS or CCI within 12 months of hire date
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Ability to work and prosper in a team environment.
  • Willing to be available for local and/or national assignments as needed.
  • Willing to learn and deliver new modalities, products and services as introduced.

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At Life Line Screening, our mission is to make people aware of unrecognized health problems and encourage them to seek follow-up care with...