We are currently seeking an occasional Nuclear Medicine Technologist to join our team!
Our employees work autonomously in two-person teams that deliver imaging solutions directly to physicians offices. The qualified candidate will be responsible for all technical and patient care functions related to SPECT rest/stress studies in the mobile lab environment. Assure all documentation is complete for studies performed. Specifically, will perform daily QC checks and calibrations on equipment and completes required NRC/state documentation; responsible for driving the van and moving the equipment between testing locations; plan the daily schedule with other team members to ensure timeliness of services; assure all necessary equipment and supplies are available for testing functions; order radiopharmaceuticals from appropriate pharmacy, assumes proper doses, documents used products and unused products; perform functional and/or perfusion rest and stress cardiac studies; process images from studies for physician interpretation; responsible for communicating to physicians offices regarding testing and scheduling; coordinate emergency procedures in the event of a radioactive spill; assure appropriate documentation and disposal of medical waste; responsible for managing the petty cash fund and company credit cards; conduct radiation in servicing for all new employees, physicians and their office staff.
Must possess a current Nuclear Medicine Technologist license (NMTCB or ARRT(N)) and in some states, a state license is required.
Requires a minimum of one year experience with an emphasis in nuclear cardiology.
Current CPR (American Heart Association) is required; or will need to be obtained within the first 30 days of employment.
Non-commercial Drivers License is required; license must not be suspended, restricted or revoked.
Ability to lift up to 60lbs and assist with pushing and pulling medical equipment up to 800lbs.
Digirad - 2 years ago