Research Medical Center
is one of Kansas City's premier acute-care hospitals serving not only residents of Kansas City but the 150-mile surrounding region. Positioned on 60 acres, the campus is home to the 511-bed hospital, medical buildings, Research College of Nursing, and Research School of Nuclear Medicine in addition to the Radiology School. Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, the highest national healthcare governing body, Research Medical Center provides a wide variety of services and specialties including a Cancer Center, Transplant Institute for kidney and pancreas transplants, Certified Stroke Center, and an award winning Cardiovascular Department.
Research Medical Center would like you to become a part of our growing professional team. This facility and its rich heritage continue to search for those individuals who wish to be a part of a strong tradition and great culture. Those who choose to work at Research Medical Center will enjoy the many experiences and opportunities they are afforded, as well as the teamwork and camaraderie that is promoted within. Research is known for its creative and innovative style of medical treatment. The nurses strive to provide excellent care. When you join this facility you must believe in providing the highest quality care.
Research Medical Center offers a full range of medical, life, dental, disability, and vision, benefits, a PTO plan, paid sick leave, an attractive retirement and savings plan comprised of an employer funded retirement program, matching 401(k) savings plan, as well as on-site child care. Live your dream…..join the Research team !!
Under limited supervision, the PRN MRI Technologist completes MRI procedures including routine procedures as well as those MRI's requiring moderate sedation or assistance with anesthesiology assistance. MRI Technologists participate in Performance Improvement and Quality Improvement activities. MRI Technologists work within the guidelines established in the policies and procedure manual and complies with all safety and infection control guidelines. MRI Technologists work in accordance with JCAHO, State or other regulatory or accreditation agencies in the performance of their duties.
Education: Graduate from an accredited program in Radiologic Technology. Two-year program or four year BA program in Radiology Technology. Further on the job training in MRI and or specialized training in MRI.
Knowledge/Professional Licensure/Registration/Certifications: American Registry of Radiology Technology (ARRT) or registry eligible with completion of examination within 9 months of hire and or ARRT with specific certification in MR (ARRT (MR))
Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) required.
Experience: Minimum of one-year MRI experience in a hospital department to include moderate sedation and or anesthesia assist.
Administrative Skills: Able to accurately complete MRI requisitions for the examinations performed. Experience with Radiology filing systems to obtain previous examination reports.
Equipment/Machine Skills: Able to correctly and safely operate MRI related equipment following orientation period to the department. Routine use of office equipment (phone, fax, pagers).
Other Skills: Able to communicate effectively with all patients, physicians, nurses and other medical personnel. Able to handle periods of intensity with calm. Able to work in stressful situations while maintaining composure and perform required Radiologic duties regardless of the patient's condition.