Job Type

The Imaging Manager performs administrative duties of supervision within the Imaging Department. The Imaging Manager is responsible for directing all Imaging staff and supporting staff within the location. The Imaging Manager performs imaging procedures at a technical level that does not require constant supervision. This individual is trained and capable of performing patient care for the age groups.


The Imaging Manager reports directly to the CEO.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

• Recruits, interviews, hires, and trains new staff. 

• Oversees the daily workflow and schedules of the department.

• Conducts performance evaluations that are timely and constructive.  

• Handles discipline and termination of employees in accordance with company policy.  


• In charge of overseeing daily imaging operations and supervising all imaging staff within the department. Develops employee work schedules and ensures adequate staffing coverage for all areas of Imaging. Performs diagnostic imaging procedures as required.

• Ensures the procurement and replenishment of supplies and assumes

accountability for overseeing expenses.

• Tasked with providing recommendations for resolving inter and intra-departmental issues. Accountable for upholding professionalism within the Imaging department and facilitating professional communication.

• Responsible for diagnostic imaging equipment maintenance and calibration. Accountable for the preservation of image quality.

• Makes budget, equipment, and staffing recommendations to the CEO.

• Adheres to the facility’s Standards of Excellence

Required Skills/Abilities: 

• Broad knowledge of principles and practices within a managed care environment. 

• Effective managerial, administrative, and leadership abilities as applied to the management of operational programs. 

• Ability to implement change in a positive, sensitive, and forward-thinking manner. 

• Ability to work effectively in a cross-functional team environment, interacting positively and productively with staff, physicians, other department managers and directors, and other organizational employees. 

• Ability to establish trust and credibility at all levels of the organization, effect collaborative alliances, and promote teamwork. 

• Experience with effectively managing resources and budgets. 

• Experience developing goals and objectives and establishing priorities.

• Self-starter with a willingness to try new ideas. • Ability to work independently and to use initiative and independent judgment. 

• Proven leadership, planning, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.

• Good judgment and ability to act decisively at the right time. 

• Effective communication skills both in written and verbal presentation with a communication style that is open and that fosters trust, credibility and understanding.

• Effective analytical ability and organizational skills with attention to detail and prioritization.

• Proficient working knowledge of computer software (or ability to learn quickly), such as Cerner, Microsoft Office, budgeting and purchasing programs, as well as PACS. 

• Ability to insure a high level of customer satisfaction including employees, patients, visitors, faculty, referring physicians and external stakeholders. 

Education and Experience:

• Certification by appropriate Radiology/Medical Imaging body through American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), or Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB)

• Certified Radiology Administrator (CRA) preferred

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.