Senior General Diagnostic Technologist oversees the daily operation within the department and provides leadership to technologists and other staff as needed,provides technical guidance; assists with maintaining departmental records. Monitors equipment, ensures appropriate inventory levels are maintained.Unified by the core purpose of creating a healthier community one person at a time, the members of the Division of Patient Care Services commit themselves to sustaining a culture focused on achieving optimal patient outcomes. Each employee is obligated to deliver highly reliable care while adhering to all National Patient Safety Goals. This occurs within a learning environment that is supportive and just, where each employee is valued for their contribution to the collective safety of patients,staff, and visitors. Of equal importance is each employee's commitment to the value of teamwork in order to promote a unified and spirited workplace.
Requirements: Formal working knowledge; equivalent to an Associate's degree (2 years college); requires knowledge of a specialized field; 1-3 years experience; American Heart Association CPR Certification; Registered American Registry of Radiologic Technologists; Certified by Md Bd of Physicians Quality Assurance; Demonstrates the ability to follow verbal instructions. Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively verbally. Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively in writing.