RADIOLOGY SUPERVISOR - RADIOLOGY - Position #2021-360
- Date Posted:
- Full Time
- OPEN UNTIL FILLED Highland Monday - Friday 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
supervisor works independently with limited supervision and under the direction
of the Radiology Director and in concert with the radiologists. The overall responsibilities are to direct
and lead all department staff towards meeting customer satisfaction goals and
providing timely, effective and quality patient care and services. To continually evaluate the performance of
all technical and support staff for the highest achievable work quality and
compliance with all Federal, State and Local regulatory requirements (OSHA,
HIPPA, MQSA, etc). Assures that all
equipment is performing to the required standards and is safe for staff and
diploma or equivalent. Graduation from an accredited Radiologic Technology
program. Advanced education in supervision and management preferred. At least
five years experience as a practicing diagnostic Radiologic Technologist. At
least two years supervisory experience, including Quality Control
preferred. Current AART and CRT
certification, Fluoro permit required. Ability to maintain composure when
confronted with fast-paced, stressful situations; to maintain accuracy and
detail orientation when analyzing data and other information; to multi-task in
an efficient, thorough, and prioritized manner; to work quickly, accurately and
independently; and, to anticipate needs and solve problems.
Any combination of educational and
work experience that would be equivalent to the stated minimum requirements
would qualify for consideration of this position.
Applications must be complete and demonstrate that the
minimum qualifications are met. Resumes may be attached to completed
application form as supplemental information, but will not be accepted in lieu
of an official application form. Applications will be screened and the most
qualified candidates who best match the needs of the position will be invited
to compete further in the recruitment process. Due to the large
volume of applications received, we are unable to track for individual
applications or discuss the application process.