Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Perfo
Other Duties/Responsibilities: Maint
Knowledge, Skills, and Ability: Must have the ability to read, write, and understand English. Must be licensed as a Radiology Technologist in the State of Wyoming. Possess one year’s experience as a Radiologic Technologist and a Computed Tomography Technologist. Must be currently certified in CPR (and recertified annually) and Basic Life Support Certification (BLSC) required. Education or Formal Training:
Minimum education: Associate degree of Radiology Technology, Certification of Computed Tomography and ARRT Registered and Licensed by the State of Wyoming.
Experience: One year of X-ray and one year of CT experience in similar clinical setting.
Working Environment: Working in a hospital creates a unique work environment of both confidentiality and hospitality. The addition of an Extended Care Facility to the organization creates of a level of expectation for the behavior of all employees when interacting with the residents on a daily basis. This is the residents’ home and as such requires an additional level of
attention to detail from all staff. An interaction with staff, patients and patients families also occurs on a daily basis. The job will generally be performed 85% of the time in doors with minimal outside exposure unless the individual is required to move between buildings on the NCH campus. Normal noise levels (those of business office with large equipment) can be expected.
This position spends 80% of their working day standing, walking, kneeling, or bending over. In addition, this individual is expected to be able to lift up to fifty (50) pounds using proper body mechanics. The ability to reach overhead is also important. Personal protective equipment is used as needed. If accommodation due to allergies, skin sensitivity or some other physical impairment is needed it is important to discuss this with the supervisor in a timely manner. The other 20% of the time may be spent working at a computer station or sitting in other work areas.