Title Radiology Technologist - Locum - Urgent Care
Supervisor Clinic Administrator
Pay Grade D, 4
Purpose of Job
Improve the overall health of the Greater Spokane community and expand the availability of health care by providing radiologic technology service as follows:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Experience: Knowledge is mandatory of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, techniques of operating x-ray and other diagnostic imaging equipment, radiographic positioning, basic patient care and procedures.
- Operate and maintain fixed and/ or portable x-ray equipment.
- Position patient and employ proper tube-part-film alignments and collimation for maximum patient protection.
- Process film and file completed examinations according to established departmental procedures. Send films to designated consultants as required.
- Comply with and enforce radiation and safety standards.
- Route films to CHAS sites; ensure appropriate tracking of films sent and received; responsible for requesting, managing and returning film studies from other facilities as requested by providers.
- Provide complete documentation and perform related clerical duties as needed.
- Administer diagnostic and/or therapeutic agents via intravenous, intramuscular, or subcutaneous injection under supervision and order of licensed provider.
- Perform venipuncture and IV starts as needed.
- Room patient and obtain necessary information (Vitals, HPI, social history, etc.) to maximize patient encounter
- Train Medical Assistants in limited x-ray technician capacity.
- Perform front desk duties as needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Education: Current Washington State license to practice as a Radiology Technologist.
Other Skills: Face-to-face customer/patient service experience required. Basic computer user skills required.
RadiologyTechnologists are required to stand, sit, and be mobile one-third to two-thirds of the time. They are required to use hands to finger, handle or feel over two-thirds of the time, as well as reach with hands and arms. Climbing or balancing occurs less than one-third of the time; while stooping, kneeling or crouching occurs between one-third and two-thirds of the day. Communicating by talking/hearing occurs over two-thirds of the day.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.