Special Procedure Tech I, II or III
Special Procedure Technicians perform diagnostic and interventional imaging procedures in clinical settings to obtain images of designated body parts according to physician specifications and/or orders. Additionally Special Procedure Technicians assist the rest of the medical team with various diagnostic and interventional procedures to diagnose and treat patients through the delivery of high-quality care.
Fulltime, Day Shift
40 hours a week, 8 hour shifts
Associates degree Bachelors degree or Certificate program considered.
Radiologic Technology Experience Radiology-Required
Must be thoroughly knowledgeable of anatomy and physiology and sterile techniques.
Certifications Licenses and Registrations
Licensed in the state of practice-Required
American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT)-Required
Basic Life Support (BLS)-Required