Interventional Radiological Technician

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UCLA Health
Published
February 10, 2021
Location
Los Angeles, California
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Interventional Radiological Technician

 

Summary Information
Posting Category:
Radiology
Work Location:
USLos Angeles, CA
UCLA Title: INTERVENTIONAL RADLG TCHNO
Job #: 12274
Work Hours:
Monday-Friday, 10 hour shifts, 7am-5:30pm with on call availability
Job Type: career
Duration: Indef
Salary Range:
$49.70 – $65.57 Hourly
Layoff Referral Deadline:
Bargaining Unit:
EX
Posted Date:
February 10, 2021

Overview

You can make a difference in people’s lives every day. When you join UCLA Health, you’ll be working at an institution that provides leading-edge care to the people of L.A. and throughout the world. We provide our team members with the environment and support to do amazing work, because each and every one of them plays a vital role in our commitment to care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Qualifications

Skills, Talents and Requirements:

1. Current and Valid ARRT, CRT, Fluoro permit and BCLS certifications (VI or RVIS preferred)

2. Skill in operating of standard, fixed and mobile X-ray equipment, Ability to effectively plan, implement,
coordinate, and evaluate pre-, mid-, and post-procedure care for interventional patients

3. Skill and knowledge of operating physiologic monitoring and recording equipment, cardiac output computer, oxygen suction, defibrillator,  IABP, rotablator, DCI, stents, balloon, Angiojet, diagnostic and interventional wires, catheters, and other devices as approved by FDA.

4.Knowledge of human pathophysiology and anatomy, including cardiopulmonary hemodynamics and cardiac rhythms.

5. Speaking and writing skills to collect and clearly convey information to physicians, staff, patients, and the public using correct grammar and tact in English.

6. Reading skills to comprehend technical and procedure manuals and other medical records written in standard English.

7.Ability to work as part of a team and ability to establish cooperative working relationships with administrators, supervisors, doctors, peers, and the public.

8. Skill in interacting diplomatically with people of various backgrounds to establish rapport and trust in “managed care” setting.

9. Ability to establish and practice professional relationships with medical personnel and the public.

10. Technical skills and knowledge to interpret clinical data provided on requisitions and adjust technical factors if indicated to produce optimal images.

11. Ability to maintain professional demeanor, be neat, clean in appearance.

12. Knowledge of departmental, hospital policies/procedures

13.Ability to work the posted schedule and “on call” as set up by the department with a response of 30 minutes for call back cases.

14. Ability to be flexible, to float, take additional assignments when necessary. Maybe required to rotate between
Santa Monica and Westwood hospitals

15. Ability to meet the physical demands of the position, must be able to move over 50lb and wear 25 lbs of lead apron

16. Knowledge and application of radiation safety.

17. Position is a ten hour position with varying start time and days worked based on department needs.

 

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