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About the position
The CT Tech II is responsible for operating imaging equipment to perform procedures for a specified patient population. They must have completed a formal education program in radiography and have at least one year of experience as a CT Tech. Certification and registration as R.T.(R) ARRT and R.T.(CT) ARRT, as well as state licensure or temporary permit, are required. The CT Tech II is also responsible for ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, managing resources, and providing excellent customer service.
- Performs quality radiologic procedures using appropriate technical and safety methods.
- Assists in the development of others through guidance and teaching.
- Promotes professional practice of all members of the radiological services team.
- Responsible for monitoring and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, quality standards, compliance activities, and policies and procedures.
- Effectively manages resources such as supplies and equipment.
- Plans work and completes job responsibilities in an efficient and productive manner.
- Demonstrates professional work behavior and excellent customer service routinely in all interactions.
- Performs other job functions.
- Completion of a formal education program in radiography accredited by a mechanism acceptable to ARRT
- Minimum of one year experience as a CT Tech
- Certification and registration as R.T.(R) ARRT and R.T.(CT) ARRT
- State license or Temporary Permit in accordance with regulations in the state where work is performed
- BLS Certification
- Ability to effectively relate and communicate with internal and external customers
- Demonstrated clinical competencies in radiography imaging equipment and procedures
- Basic knowledge of radiology information systems (RIS, HIS, and PACS preferred)
- Compliance with regulatory requirements
- Quality standards
- Compliance activities
- Policies and procedures
- Efficient and productive work
- Professional work behavior
- Excellent customer service
- Observing and instructing student technologists
- Physical activities such as climbing, pushing, standing, hearing, walking, reaching, grasping, kneeling, stooping, and repetitive motion
- Good balance and coordination
- Medium work - exerting up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally and/or up to 25 lbs. of force frequently
- Close visual acuity including color, depth perception, and field of vision
- Frequent invasive and non-invasive patient contact
- Exposure to patient body fluids
- Exposure to hazardous or poisonous materials
- Ability to react quickly to emergency situations