Under general supervision andaccording to established policies and procedures, functions as a lead orresource person for personnel involved in Radiologic Procedures, in addition toperforming Radiologic Technologist duties as required.Coordinates the flow of work, delegates, oversees and guides staff in carrying out theirrespective duties.Follows up on activities of RadiologicTechnologists or assigned personnel, resolves routine and complex problems andensures that department is operating in a safe and efficient manner. Monitorsthe quantity and quality of work flow to ensure work is completed. Ensures thatprescribed diagnostic procedures are performed according to departmentstandards. Recommends personnel actions by providing input forperformance appraisals, hiring decisions and progressive disciplines up totermination of employment. Assists with monitoring performance improvementplans.Has the responsibility for scheduling of and timekeepingfor radiologic technologists. Able to take call/standby as required by thedepartment.
Monitors activities for andensures compliance with laws, government regulations, JC requirements and DMCpolicies.As directed, implementsexternal and internal audit recommendations.
1.Registered by the American Registry ofRadiologic Technologist (ARRT) in Radiography (R).
2.Requiredto have or successfully complete American Heart Association (AHA) Basic LifeSupport â Healthcare Provider (BLS)training by end of orientation period.
3.Two years progressively more responsible Radiologicwork experience.
Job: RAD TECH
Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan
Facility: DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Evening
Shift Begin: 2:30 PMShift End: 11:00 PM
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