Radiologic Technologist - Imaging Services - 0.5 PTB Days/weekends
Wilkes-Barre is nestled in the heart of Northeast Pennsylvania. After coal reserves were discovered nearby in the 19th century, Wilkes-Barre inherited the nickname of “The Diamond City.” Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast! No matter the season, Wilkes-Barre has something for you!
Founded in 1872, Wilkes-Barre General Hospital was the first hospital in the Wyoming Valley. Wilkes-Barre General Hospital is Northeastern Pennsylvania’s largest community hospital with 412 beds and a medical staff of more than 400 physicians representing nearly 60 medical and surgical specialties. Wilkes-Barre General Hospital has long been recognized for excellence in heart and vascular care, and offers advanced treatment for wide-ranging specialties, including orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery and minimally invasive robotic-assisted procedures.
In order to give the best patient care, we must be at our best. That’s why we’re committed to providing a range of competitive benefits for your health, family, and future:
- Competitive compensation and sign-on bonus of up to $7,500
- Affordable, comprehensive medical plans with two tiers of services
- Health insurance eligibility begins the 1st of the month following your start date
- Tuition reimbursement
- A new Employee Referral Bonus Program
- Paid vacation and personal time
- Flexible spending accounts
- Life and Disability Insurance
- 401K plan with Employer match
- Obtain Radiographic Images of diagnostic quality, while adhering to departmental standards and protocols
- Maintains a high quality standard of Imaging excellence in all areas of the radiology department
- Collaborates with other professionals in and out of the Hospital to ensure effective, efficient patient care delivery and achievement of desired outcomes
- Prepares examination room, equipment, and instruments per patient needs
- Operates x-ray machine according to established procedures to ensure patient safety and comfort
- Follows relevant safety and sanitation guidelines
- Documents patient care records in accordance with outlined policies and procedures
- Demonstrates technical expertise, knowledge of anatomy, safety consciousness, manual dexterity, clerical accuracy, and verbal ability.
- May be required to cover inpatient or outpatient areas to include off-site diagnostic locations.
- Graduate of an accredited radiation sciences or radiology technology program (required)
- ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) Certification (required)
- Previous experience working as a radiology technologist (preferred). We will accept newly registered graduates.
- BLS (Basic Life Support) Certification (required). Must be completed prior to the end of the orientation period.