Location: Imaging & Spine Center
Hours: Monday - Friday 10:30am-7:00pm with rotating weekends
(Hours and days are subject to change based on departmental
Technologist will be responsible primarily for performing CT
exams, providing Carolina Care, ensuring QC and safety initiatives;
primary work location will be at UNC Imaging & Spine Center but
rotations to other work locations are required as needed. Multiple
modality experience preferred (CT/DX/MR/DXA).
The technologist performs CT examinations using standardized
protocols to assist in diagnostic evaluation and treatment of
patients. Exams are performed under the direction of the
radiologist and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
Direct patient care experience is essential. The technologist will
evaluate studies for technical image quality, complete necessary
paperwork, maintain accurate patient records, transmit images to
PACS and verify transmittal. Technologists are expected to assist
in other radiology areas as needed, train new personnel and student
technologists, assist with clerical functions and maintain a neat
and orderly work space.
The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal and
customer service skills, be highly motivated, patient centered,
demonstrate initiative, have excellent communication skills, the
ability to multi-task, be detail oriented, and a strong team
player. Candidates must be registered with the American Registry of
Radiologic Technologists or be registry eligible (credentials and
experience for multiple modalities preferred).
RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ALL OF YOUR WORK HISTORY, YOU MUST LIST THE
THE WORK EXPERIENCE SECTION OF THE APPLICATION FORM. ANY
CANNOT BE CONSIDERED FOR QUALIFYING CREDIT
Completion of an accredited educational program in Radiological
Science or completion within 3 months at time of application. Must
be registered with the American Registry of Radiological Sciences
or registry eligible.
For registry eligible candidates: must provide a copy of diploma
from accredited program. Requires advanced certification in CT
within one year of employment. Successful candidates must become
registered within one year of employment and must maintain their
registry status and continuing education requirements annually.
All imaging specialists are required to maintain current
competency in HCP BLS. Prior education, training and experience
that provides the ability to perform the assigned tasks.