- Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards.
- Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements.
- Performs diagnostic radiographic procedures independently.
- Operates fixed and portable radiographic equipment.
- Provides care appropriate to patients of all age groups; through appropriate communication with co-workers, patients, and other personnel.
- Interprets appropriate data and information needed to identify each patients' needs.
- Provides appropriate safety measures to assure radiation protection according to department and state guidelines.
- Utilizes appropriate patient identification, obtaining pertinent clinical information, marking films, and appropriate technical techniques for imaging quality.
- Evaluates completed radiographs regarding technique and positioning - make corrections when appropriate to maintain set standard per policy and procedure.
- Essential: Attention to Detail: Achieves thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task.
- Computer Skills Basic: Ability to use a computer and applications that are associated with performing basic work tasks (navigate in Windows, Outlook, etc).
- Critical Thinking: Gathers and integrates critical information, recognizing and addressing underlying assumptions of others, to arrive at effective solutions; breaks down problems into simple tasks or activities; analyzes relationships among several parts of a situation.
- Interpersonal Communication: Skilled in developing effective rapport with customers, co-workers, or families, actively listening to develop a positive connection.
- Ability to interact effectively, listen actively and develop positive working relationships with diverse customers and staff honoring different world views.
- Patient Safety: Demonstrates practices that support safety with recognition of variations in populations served, preventing harm to patients, families, employees, and themselves.
- Problem Solving: Identifies problems; determines accuracy and relevance of information; utilizes appropriate tools and staff resources along with sound judgment to generate and evaluate alternatives, and to make recommendations.
- Professional Practice: Demonstrates behavior consistent with the standards, scope of practice, ethics, and characteristics of a licensed professional.
- Safe Medication Administration: Administers medications following policies using procedures that assure the highest level of safety all times for all populations.
- Associate's Degree Associate's degree from an accredited Radiologic Technologist program
- Credentials Essential: Description: Basic Life Support (BLS) Qualification Source: American Heart Association Description: Certified Radiologic Technologist (R)
- Qualification Source: American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Knowledge: Knowledge to operate fixed and portable radiographic equipment.