• Radiological Technologist

    Radiological Technologist I – Diagnostic Imaging Department
    We are seeking a Rad. Tech. I in our Diagnostic Imaging Department to:
    • Perform radiology procedures, including CT scans and/or mammography, at a technical level that does not require constant supervision but does require good judgment. 
    • Operate ionizing radiation equipment using ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed protocols related to radiology technology for the diagnosis of various diseases and injury.
    • Assume responsibility for coordinating procedures, quality assurance and record keeping as related to departmental policy, radiation safety and attending to the patient's needs.
    Education:
    Diploma from a two year program in Science of Radiographic Technology from an accredited technical college or hospital based program.
    Experience:
    1 to 2 years of applicable experience.
    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
    • Registered by American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) in Radiology (R). 
    • Licensed by the State of Wisconsin to provide medical radiographic services.
    •  BLS certification required within 90 days from hire date.
    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
    (This is not an all-inclusive list of knowledge, skills, and abilities. For further information please reach out to our human resource department.)
    • Courtesy and tact necessary to effectively work with patients and others, and to be a good team member. Skills in understanding, explaining and communicating with a diverse patient population are important. 
    • Requires  knowledge of radiographic technology.  Flexibility regarding work hours is required. 
    • Able to operate various department equipment such as X-ray unit, automatic processor, and computer terminal.
    • Able to keep sensitive information about patients and others strictly confidential. 
    • Must be able to deal with patients who are ill, in pain, confused, worried, or uncooperative by using excellent human relations skills.
    • Ability to set priorities, make decisions and solve problems needed.
    • Communication between staff members and other departments essential to ensure accuracy and completeness of examination. 
    • Must have the ability to work under pressure with patients of all ages with various injuries and diseases.
    Schedule:
    • Per diem position (0.00 FTE)
      • Variable schedule between the hours of 7:00 am – 5:00 pm based upon the departments needs
    Benefits:
    • Competitive health and dental insurance options
    • Flexible paid time off to  balance work and life
    • Retirement plan with immediate vesting and employer match up to 5%
    • Free State-of-the-art fitness facility membership
    • Generous tuition reimbursement
    • Employer provided life and disability insurance

    Organization Summary:

    Sauk Prairie Healthcare is a nationally-recognized system of primary and specialty services headquartered in a new state-of-the-art facility. We set the standard for service excellence, patient safety, and overall quality.