Mercy Medical Center Clinton NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST - PER DIEM in United States

Department:

2210_2420 Ultrasound

Expected Weekly Hours:

0

Shift:

Day Shift

Position Purpose:

Job Description Details:

POSITION SUMMARY:

Provides comprehensive care to patients requiring nuclear medicine services, requiring moderate independent judgment, ingenuity, and initiative, in an organized and systematic manner according to departmental policy and standards.

REQUIRED:

Associate's Degree. Bachelor's Degree preferred.

0 to 1 years of related experience. 2 to 4 years of related experience preferred.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION:

NMTCB or ARRT (N)

NJ State License

CPR preferred.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

Nuclear medicine technology experience.

Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

Ability to use initiative and judgment when making decisions.

Customer focused and results oriented.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS PREFERRED:

Ability to organize, prioritize and manage multiple tasks and follow through to ensure tasks are complete.

Must work with a high degree of attention and care towards safety to prevent injury to self and others when working with moving parts.

Membership and participation in nuclear medicine professional associations encouraged.

Strong attention to detail and considerable concentration skills.

PHYSICAL EFFORT:

Frequent/strenuous physical effort (e.g. heavy lifting, sustained physical effort, extensive carrying, pushing, pulling, etc.)

PRIMARY EQUIPMENT USED:

Nuclear Medicine equipment

Patient Care equipment

General office equipment

Information Technology devices

Patient Transportation equipment

Film Processing equipment

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