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X-Ray Tech(Radiology Tech)
New Concord, OH

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$41,000 - $63,000 / yr

TITLE: X-Ray Tech(Radiology Tech)
LOCATION: New Concord, OH
Are you looking for a new position where you can live and work in a community that was voted as one of Ohio’s Best Hometowns?
Would you be interested in working for a healthcare leader in the region?
Would you like be in a position of high visibility in the facility where you make a difference?
This facility is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and at the intersection of two Interstates that allows access to several larger metro areas like Columbus, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Wheeling.
If this sounds appealing then this might be a good opportunity for you.

Under the direct supervision of the Diagnostic Imaging Director and the Radiology Supervisor, and under the general supervision of the Medical Director of Diagnostic Imaging and the Radiologists provides
the Registered Radiologic Technologist (RT) performs radiologic procedures per physicians’ orders and produces radiographic images according to Radiology Department policies and procedures.
-Transports and positions patients
-Performs radiographic procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision
-Performs a variety of technical procedures that will require independent judgement with ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for radiographic diagnosis
-Maintains adequate records of procedures performed.
Must be a Radiology Tech(ARRT).
Must be Ohio licensed or able to obtain prior to starting.

Will consider new grads.
Additional Info:
Position is a a 3pm-11pm shift with rotating weekends.
Great department to work in.
The hospital offers an hourly rate $19.81-$30.70 depending on experience and they offer shift diff for 2nd shift($1.15hr) and weekends(.75cents).

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