In addition to performing regular duties as a technologist within the imaging center, this position leads and promotes the operations of the department where team members work as a team to provide quality patient care and strive for excellence.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Provides the Imaging Center Manager, ICM, with feedback regarding hiring qualified technologists.
- Maintains a minimum level of team member turnover.
- Sets clear and specific expectations/objectives for team members and the department.
- Monitors and documents performance during performance periods and provides documentation to the ICM.
- Provides the ICM input on performance.
- Recognizes and provides coaching, counseling, and discipline as appropriate.
- Keeps all team members informed regarding internal issues and external developments.
- Provides team members with support and motivation.
- Exhibits objectivity and openness to other's views; demonstrates ability to balance team and individual responsibilities.
- Promotes flexibility in staff utilization across teams and departments.
- Delegates work appropriately and follows through to ensure optimal results.
- Provides team members development opportunities as appropriate.
- Adheres to all OSHA regulations, RadNet practices and generally accepted safety protocols.
- Displays willingness and ability to make tough decisions.
- Demonstrates sound judgment.
- Integrates changes smoothly.
- Responds professionally under pressure.
- Performs technologist duties to maintain technical skills and to alleviate staffing shortages.
- Supports the ICM in facility initiatives.
- Acts on behalf of the ICM when the he/she is unavailable.
- Promotes and supports the company's Vision/Mission/Values.
- Other duties as assigned.
Requirements (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):
- Familiarity with and ability to use equipment in assigned modality including RIS, imaging equipment and PACS.
- Ability to utilize the principles, theories, practices, techniques and methods of the imaging procedures the team member conducts in order to produce images of high diagnostic quality.
- Understands anatomy and pathology as needed to perform imaging procedures in assigned modalities.
- Ability to communicate effectively through verbal and written communication.
- Ability to exercise a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making to achieve department and organizational objectives.
- Ability to share information effectively and provide appropriate direction to team members.
- Ability to delegate responsibility and authority to team members.
- Knowledge of state and federal health and safety regulations.
- General computer skills and Microsoft Office knowledge.
Education & Experience Requirements:
The above knowledge, skills and abilities may be demonstrated by successful completion of an accredited radiology program or 2-year degree; registered with the ARRT and state licensure (if applicable). Advanced level certification in the modality that the team member specializes (if available) plus prior experience in managing team members or a degree in management.
RadNet is an equal employment opportunity employer and treats all applicants and employees in a fair and non-discriminatory manner without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender, gender-identity, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, citizenship, age, mental or physical disability, veteran/military status, qualified disabled veteran, marital/ domestic partnership status, religious creed, medical condition, sexual orientation, political activity, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. RadNet does participate in E-I9 Verify.