Join St. John's Interventional Imaging department as an IR Technologist. This position is typically scheduled days, plus night and weekend rotating call shifts.
This is a 64 hr per two week pay period position and is benefit eligible.
The IR Technologist provides services to patients and physicians through the creation of high-quality diagnostic imaging, provides quality age-appropriate patient care according to established standards of practice, and works collaboratively with all members of the health care team. The interventional technologist assists with invasive procedures in the Interventional angio suites, collects and assesses image data and performs scrub role assisting the radiologist.
Maintains patient care
Ensures patient data integrity
Participates as an active team member
Correctly operates equipment according to accepted standards and guidelines
Applies established standards of aseptic technique during patient preparation, draping and set up for all procedures.
During invasive procedures able to achieve and maintain homeostasis manually or with mechanical device of physician choice when required.
Assists the radiologist with required catheter and wire manipulation while maintain the required sterile technique.
Demonstrates ability to provide care or service adjusting approaches to reflect developmental level and cultural differences of population served.
Vocational/ Technical training or Associate Degree in Diagnostic Imaging or related
1 year experience as an Interventional technologist
ARRT IR certification or successful completion within 18 months of hire
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