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Radiology Technician Trainee

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Mocksville, NC, United States
Job ID: 118467
Job Family: Radiology Services
Status: Part Time
Shift: Variable
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 12531085139243-Radiology - Diagnostics


As a Radiologic Tech Trainee, you’ll provide optimal patient care, appropriate to the span of ages served, while efficiently assisting with patient set ups in preparation for the delivery of quality treatments. The trainee performs while under the supervision and/or direction of Staff Radiologic Technologists and technical supervisors and in accordance with the Hospital and Departmental policies and procedures.

Position Highlights: 

  • Shift Schedule: PRN – based around your school schedule
  • Location: Davie Medical Center, Bermuda Run, NC

What You’ll Need:

  • Enrollment in an approved Radiologic Sciences Program; Completed first year of program (didactic training) and currently second year student required.
  • Valid CPR Certification
  • Able to communicate professionally, both written and orally, with physicians, nurses, and other professionals about treatment plan.
  • Basic clinical skills to enable recognition and function accordingly to prioritize patient needs.
  • Adaptable to changing work schedules.

Job Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

  1. Cooperative Work Environment: Adheres to hospital standards, fostering collaboration through effective communication and teamwork.
  2. Equipment Preparation: Efficiently prepares diagnostic scanning equipment under supervision.
  3. Imaging Safety: Ensures compliance with radiation exposure regulations for protection.
  4. Accurate Record Keeping: Maintains precise patient records through data entry and image management.
  5. Age-Appropriate Care: Delivers patient care tailored to specific age groups based on guidelines.

This position involves the possibility of frequent exposure to infections, hazardous substances, occasional exposure to radiation, and possible toxic chemicals. It also includes the risk of injury from equipment, exposure to unpleasant elements, and handling varying potential crises.