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$65,000 - $85,000 / yr

$65,00 to $85,000+ Paid Relocation + Signing Bonus + Full Benefits
Gahanna, Ohio

We’re looking for a full-time Radiologic Technologist to perform X-Ray exams at a primary care practice located in Gahanna, OH. You will be joining a well-established, forward-thinking practice that is expanding its diagnostic service offerings to include X-Rays. Our ideal candidate is detail-oriented, flexible, and an excellent communicator.

Position Details:

  • Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm EST
  • No night or weekend coverage and no call requirements!
  • We offer a competitive pay rate and our comprehensive benefits package including:A generous PTO policy, including paid holidays, vacation, and sick time

Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
FSA, commuter benefits, and a 401k retirement plan
CEUs and ARRT certification reimbursement

  • Reimbursement for scrubs
  • Free parking

As a Radiologic Technologist, you will:

  • Perform digital x-ray studies independently
  • Perform all required QC testing and data entry
  • Assist patients from check-in through exam completion and provide patients with white glove, compassionate service

You will love this job if you:

  • Are motivated by the immeasurable impact of providing patients convenient diagnostic services and rapid radiology interpretations.
  • Want to join a team that uses cutting edge technology to help you provide the best patient care
  • Are action-oriented and possess a mentality of “no job is too big or too small”


Currently hold an ARRT certification in radiography and an Ohio X-Ray license

  • Have 1 or more years of experience with digital x-ray
  • You are able to lift or move 50 pounds unassisted


  • ARRT (R) Certification
  • OH state X-Ray license

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