Neuro & Interventional Radiology is specialized clinical work
utilizing sophisticated imaging techniques for use in the
evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of patients. This is an entry
level Angiography technologist position. The technologist has
extensive training in digital rotational angiography, coned beam CT
and 3d reconstruction.
Work also includes quality control, safety, record keeping,
monitoring and troubleshooting radiographic equipment. Independent
work ethic with extensive knowledge of anatomy, patient positioning
and aseptic scrub technique are required. The Interventional
Technologist will assist in routine diagnostic and highly complex
invasive neuro and peripheral interventions. The technologist is
also required to be competent in a wide variety of procedures
referred by oncology, trauma, urology, gastroenterology and
The IR technologist must follow established protocols and
guidelines for use by physicians in diagnosis and treatment of
pathologies. The IR technologist must maintain a smooth operational
flow to ensure maximum patient volumes with consideration of
patient safety. The IR technologist must provide 24 hour on call
response on a rotating basis and report to the hospital within 30
minutes of the emergency call.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Education: Completion of a two year program of an ARRT approved
school of Radiologic Technology.
License/Certifications: Must be licensed as a Radiologic
Technologist through the state of Maine; Certification in
Radiography with the ARRT required, BLS required. ACLS
Experience: Minimum two years acute care experience as an imaging
technologist OR one year advanced modality imaging experience.
Ability to recognize and respond to patient emergency situations
and allergic reactions to contrast.
Analytical ability to determine best method of providing requested
imaging based on patients physical condition.
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