Imaging Technologist (X-Ray and CT) - Nights
Job Type
An Imaging Technologist assists Physicians to identify illnesses and injuries through using diagnostic imaging equipment such as an X-Ray, Cat Scan, MRI, Ultrasound and Mammography. The Imaging Technologist must be registered in X-Ray and registered or be registry eligible in one more modality such as Cat Scan, MRI or Mammo.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

• None.


• Completing the patients' intake process, taking patients' histories, and preparing and educating patients about the imaging procedure.

• Reviewing patients' charts and Doctors' notes before the examination, and maintaining patients' records during and after procedures.

• Preparing radiopharmaceuticals for contrast in the diagnostic images.

• Positioning patients and equipment to capture the correct area and produce clear images.

• Monitoring patients and ensuring their safety during imaging procedures.

• Calibrating the equipment to ensure clear, usable images are taken of the correct area, as specified by the Doctor.

• Logging and organizing image results, assisting with the interpretation of the radiograph results, and consulting with Radiologists to determine if other images need to be taken.

• Ensuring the proper sterilization and storage of the equipment, maintaining radiographic equipment, and reporting any equipment failures.

• Coordinating with the Imaging department to schedule and complete radiographic procedures.

• Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of current Imaging practices.

• Performs other duties as needed.

• Adheres to the facility’s Standards of Excellence.

Required Skills/Abilities: 

• Must satisfactorily complete the on-the-job training provided by the qualified Imaging staff during a probationary period unless an extension is granted by the Director.

• Good communication skills. 

• Knowledge of medical terminology and certification for CPR preferred.

Education and Experience:

• An Associate's or Bachelor's degree in Radiography or Radiologic Technology.

• A state license and certification to practice.

• Excellent communication, interpersonal, and patient service skills.

• Good analytical and problem-solving skills.

• The ability to operate and understand radiographic technology and equipment.

• The physical stamina to stand for long periods and operate heavy machinery without assistance.

• The flexibility to work shifts, weekends, nights, and holidays.

Physical Requirements: 

• Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

• May require prolonged periods of standing, moving and bending.

• Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds at times.