Interventional Radiology Technologist (Full Time, Days)

Interventional Radiology Technologist (Full Time, Days)


The Radiologic Technologist operates radiographic equipment to produce high-quality medical images used in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. They collaborate closely with medical professionals to ensure accurate and timely imaging procedures while maintaining patient safety and comfort. The Rad Tech adheres to established protocols, safety guidelines, and ethical standards to deliver exceptional patient care.


  1. Perform Imaging Procedures: Operate X-ray, CT scan, MRI, fluoroscopy, and other radiographic equipment to capture images of various body parts as prescribed by physicians.
  2. Patient Care: Prepare patients for imaging procedures, explain the process, and ensure their comfort and safety throughout the procedure. Position patients correctly to achieve optimal imaging results while minimizing radiation exposure.
  3. Adhere to Protocols: Follow established protocols and guidelines for positioning patients and adjusting imaging parameters to achieve accurate diagnostic images.
  4. Radiation Safety: Implement radiation safety measures, including wearing protective gear and ensuring patients, staff, and oneself are protected from unnecessary radiation exposure.
  5. Image Processing: Review and analyze images for quality and accuracy. Consult with medical professionals if additional images are needed for diagnostic clarity.
  6. Equipment Maintenance: Perform routine maintenance on imaging equipment, troubleshoot technical issues, and alert appropriate personnel if equipment requires repair or replacement.
  7. Documentation: Accurately document patient information, imaging procedures, and relevant data in electronic medical records (EMRs) or other designated systems.
  8. Quality Assurance: Participate in quality assurance programs to maintain high standards of image quality and patient care. Assist in quality improvement initiatives as needed.
  9. Continuing Education: Stay current with advancements in radiologic technology, safety practices, and medical imaging techniques through continuing education and professional development activities.
  10. Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Collaborate with radiologists, physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to ensure accurate image interpretation and effective patient care.



  • Graduate of an accredited two year school of Radiologic Technology
  • ARRT Registration
  • State and fluoroscopy licensure
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills required to interact with patients, physicians, visitors, and other staff members. 
  • Current American Heart Association BLS Certification required (maintain current at all times).  

2+ to 5 years experience preferred

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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