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Radiologic Technologist

Posted: May 23, 2024
Salary:US$40 - US$60 per hour
Job type: Permanent
Work Location:On-site

Job description

Radiologic Technologist

Radiologic Technologist
Stamford Connecticut 06902
Inpatient and Outpatient settings available
Multiple shifts available
Typical pay range: $40- 60/hr (negotiable)

Certification by the American Radiology Tech (ARRT)
Connecticut state license

For those without Connecticut state license
You are still eligible to apply
You will be fully reimbursed for your CT license
This will not affect the decision to hire you
You will be able to attend paid training until your CT license is obtained
CT License can typically be obtained within 10 days to 4 weeks once applied for

Job Responsibilities
Radiologic Technologist is responsible for operating imaging equipment to capture diagnostic images of patients' internal structures. Work closely with healthcare professionals, ensuring proper patient positioning and equipment settings for accurate results. Safety protocols, patient communication, and equipment maintenance are integral aspects of their role. Responsibilities also include document patient information, maintain records, and stay updated on advancements in imaging technology and healthcare practices.