Supervisor Atrium Health Radiology - Pineville - CT
Job ID: 811681
Charlotte, NC, United States
Date Posted: Dec 31, 2020
Supervises the technical aspects of assigned specialty and within assigned division in regard to all services and programs rendered resulting in a uniform systemized department.
- Supervises activities of the assigned area and provides adequate coverage of all scanners or work assignments daily. Monitors staff productivity levels, accuracy of exam protocols while ensuring appropriate care and monitoring.
- Coordinates and organizes patient or work task flow, prioritizing procedures and shifting workloads as needed. Ensures adequate patient care is provided as it relates to the procedures requested.
- Validates quality of exams and the final product performed by all staff within the section. Participates in training of staff and conducts in-service education and staff meetings as needed.
- Orders and maintains supplies for the assigned area. Ensures a process for security of supplies, PAR levels, etc. for each shift.
- Authorized to obtain medication or contrast material as directed for administration by a licensed practitioner, authorized/certified technologist, or registered nurse. Medications to include contrast materials cannot be administered without appropriate clinical credentials, training, and certification to do so.
- Maintains teammate records on assigned staff. Documents PTO, reasons for absences and tardiness. Documents errors and exceptional performance, complaints, and conferences held with individual staff members. Performs payroll functions and performance appraisals.
- Maintains and communicates status reports for patient throughput, equipment downtime, and supply charges.
- Responsible for the care and safety of patients in assigned area. Ensures processes for checking IV’s, vents, and other equipment patients were transported with. Assures patients are continuously monitored while in the treatment areas.
- Maintains a clean, safe working environment for patients and staff.
- Provides in-service education for staff on new equipment, procedures, safety policies, infection control, radiation safety, and various required electronic communication platforms.
- Ensures appropriate equipment quality assurance to maintain both regulatory compliance and properly functioning equipment that enables quality diagnostic imaging.
- Ensures correct billing of exams.
- Works with the physician staff to maintain up-to-date SOPs and procedural guidelines.
- Assists in departmental QA/PI activities as required.
Requires moderate to heavy physical efforts in lifting and moving patients, equipment, and supplies. Work requires walking, standing, sitting, reaching, stooping, bending, pushing, and pulling during normal operations. Requires mental capacity to understand the assigned area of clinical expertise or technology. Motor coordination needed to operate equipment including various computer systems. Intact sense of sight and hearing. Required to use radiation safety, MRI safety, and proper ergonomics to maintain an effective, safe environment.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Graduate of AMA approved Radiologic Technology or Ultrasound program based on assigned area. Bachelor’s degree preferred. A minimum of 3 years of experience in the designated field is required. Leadership experience preferred. For Ultrasound: Registry/Certification required by the ARDMS with Vascular certification preferred. For CT Scanning: Registry required by the ARRT with advanced certification in CT For MRI: Registry required by the ARRT with advanced certification in MRI For AV: Registry required by the ARRT with advanced certification in MRI or CT For Echo: Completion of certification or registry in Echocardiography RCS (Registered Cardiac Sonographer) or RDCS (Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer) required.