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Medical Radiation Tech I

Medical Radiation Tech I
Imaging/Radiation, Technologist/Technician
Regular Part Time
St. Albert
Sturgeon Community Hospital
NW-General Imaging-EDM
2012-11-19  Time: 23:59

As Per Rotation
Days, Evenings, Nights, Weekends
Minimum: 31.63 per hour Maximum: 41.65 per hour
The Medical Radiation Technologist I is responsible for performing radiographic examinations of patients using a variety of equipment and procedures. Responsibilities include: produce high quality diagnostic images of patients; ensure a high level of patient care and safety; ensure effective radiation protection practices and precautionary measures to avoid excessive radiation to all patients, staff and visitors; actively participate in the clinical training of Radiography Students, assist with the care and maintenance of physical facilities, equipment accessories and supplies; ensure accuracy and completeness of all patient record information; ensure awareness of alterations and improvements to equipment as well as new procedures or procedural changes to examinations, procedures and policies; and assume an active role in quality improvement.
Graduation from an accredited school of Medical Radiation Technology and Registration with the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic Therapeutic Technology (ACMDTT) are required. BCLS-HCP required.

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