Nuclear Medicine Technologist (MIS Division of Nuclear Medicine)

Primary Objective

To perform nuclear medicine imaging exams at hospitals and clinics under contract with Mobile Imaging Services. The nuclear medicine exams may be performed in either a mobile (scan-in-van) or fixed base setting.

Responsibilities

  • Provide quality nuclear medicine images for radiologist/cardiologist interpretation.
  • Deliver quality patient care before, during and after a nuclear medicine imaging exams.
  • Perform quality control tests to ensure proper performance of all the equipment in the nuclear medicine laboratory.
  • Order, receive, evaluate, prepare and administer all radiopharmaceuticals and non-radioactive drugs pertaining to nuclear medicine imaging, in accordance with all state, federal and institutional guidelines.
  • Ensure the use of ionizing radiation is done safely and effectively by following ALARA, performing radioactive contamination monitoring and disposing of radioactive waste in accordance with all governing regulations.
  • Maintain the appropriate medical records per company and customer policies. Ensure HIPPA requirements are constantly maintained.
  • Keep the mobile units in good maintenance through contracted service vendor(s). Notify management on the anticipation of extended downtime.
  • Keep mobile units and fixed sites clean, organized and adequately stocked with medical supplies. Notify management when supplies are low.
  • Inform management of any concerns, or changes in service/methods requested by the customers
  • Maintain appropriate professional licensure including, NMTCB or ARRT (N), CDL (including CDL physical), BCLS and CE’s per registry requirements.

Qualifications

  • Board certified or board eligible in nuclear medicine technology (NMTCB or ARRT (N)).
  • Possesses appropriate knowledge of nuclear medicine and medical terminology, based on experience level.
  • Highly motivated, possesses the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to manage time, priorities and resources effectively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Experience with Philips and/or Siemens nuclear medicine products desired.
  • CDL (Class B) licensure preferred, will train as necessary.
  • Strong communications, customer relationship and organizational skills.
  • Strong problem diagnosis skills preferred.

Position Type:
Staff

Position Location:
Mobile and Fixed locations in Greater Minnesota