JHSCS Radiology Technologist (PRN)
Requisition #: 227423
Location: Johns Hopkins Surgical Center Series, Columbia, MD 21044
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Casual (less than 20)
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: Feb. 21, 2020
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Johns Hopkins Medical Assocates
Bethesda Surgery Center
Job Duties: Under general supervision, operates standard, portable, and specialized X-ray equipment to perform radiographic examinations used for diagnosis and treatment. Provides appropriate patient care and acts as the Radiation Safety Officer for the ASC.
PRN (as needed)
Education: Work requires completion of an AMA approved program in Radiologic Technology or equivalent, which normally is acquired in a two-year college or technical school program.
License/Certification: Registered or registry eligible. Must be licensed by State of Maryland Board of Physicians Quality Assurance as a Medical Radiation Technologist.
Experience: One year of diagnostic radiology experience required
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