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Mammography Specialist

Requisition #: 197575
Location: Johns Hopkins Imaging, Bethesda, MD 20810
Category: Radiology
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Nov. 13, 2019

Specific Duties: Under general supervision and in consultation with the Radiologist performs mammographic procedures of a routine and difficult nature. Participates in scheduling procedures for the Breast Imaging Center. Also trains and evaluates other technologist in performing mammographic procedures.

Full Time (40 hours/week)

Day Shift, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Weekend Work Required

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.

Licensure: ARRT Mammography certified with current registration required. Radiography license by the Maryland Board of Physicians and CPR certification required.

Experience: 3 to 6 Months experience performing mammography Radiology procedures. Epic knowledge a plus! Analytical ability required to schedule patients with available mammography rooms; calculate and select proper technical factors to ensure proper machine function; determine appropriate patient positioning to achieve specialized examinations.

Grade CK

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