Full Time 40 hours Grade 094 Imaging Sciences-Nuc Med Responsibilities Technical Properly sets up equipment, positions patient and determines proper acquisition parameters in order to produce a high quality Nuclear Medicine study. Able to effectively work in all areas of Nuclear Medicine including Radiopharmacy and Quality Control. Follows prescribed Nuclear Medicine techniques in order to produce quality images. Translates Nuclear Medicine requisitions in order to verify patient name, date and appropriate exam. Produces quality work in a timely manner. Accepts constructive suggestions about work related tasks and makes changes to improve. Maintains appropriate inventory of supplies in the Clinical Nuclear Medicine rooms. Maintains patient record keeping by properly using the IDXRAD system. Handles all Nuclear Medicine equipment safely and properly. Properly identifies film. Assists with the training of new Nuclear Medicine Technologists. Capable of working independently and rotating thru the on-call schedule. Qualifications: Associateâ™s degree or BS degree in a health related field with completion of formal training in an approved Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.NMTCB certification required. Six yearsâ™ experience of Nuclear Medicine.
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