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Travel CT Technologist - COVID19 - $2,584 per week

Company: Emerald Health Services Allied
Location: Lodi
Posted on: March 19, 2023

Job Description:

Emerald Health Services Allied is seeking a travel CT Technologist for a travel job in Lodi, California. Job Description & Requirements

  • Specialty: CT Technologist
  • Discipline: Allied Health Professional
  • Start Date: 04/10/2023
  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • 40 hours per week
  • Shift: 10 hours
  • Employment Type: TravelJob Opportunities Emerald Health Services is hiring a Travel - CT TechShift: Variable / (10x4) 40 hours per weekLength: 10 weeksAble to rotate within the CT and diagnostic department and various shifts and participate in call as neededRequirements:
    • CA License
    • 2 years experience in specialty required
    • Radiology and Fluoroscopy ARRT
    • Radiology CT
    • AHA BLS or American Red Cross Professional Rescuer Certification
    • Core Values
    • CT certification is preferredOther Details:
      • COVID-19 Vaccine (Facility Guideline): Required - No Exemptions4583 Variable Shift/40hrs/10 weeks/CDPH RHB (State License) Radiology and Fluoroscopy ARRT: Radiology CT BLS Core Values. 2 yrs experience in specialty required1. Mission & Sacred Work: Supports the hospitals mission by sharing Gods love with those we serve and Sacred Work2. Compassion: Consistently treats others with caring kindness and thoughtfulness3. Respect: Respect for human dignity individuality and privacy4. Integrity: Absolute integrity in all relationships and dealings5. Quality: Excellence in clinical and service quality6. Stewardship: Responsible resource management in serving our communities7. Wholeness: Supports the hospitals whole-person healthcare heritage in all our dealings with those we serve8. Family: Treating each other as members of a caring familyJob RequirementsRequired LicensesCalifornia United States Radiologic Technologist and TechnicianCurrent AART and CRT licenseRequired SkillsCT certification is preferredMust possess Current American Heart Association BLS or American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CertificationAbility to adapt to rapid change in both internal and external environmentsAbility to communicate effectively (verbally and written)Ability to interpret policies and procedures make generalizations evaluations or decisions based on sensory judgmental measurable or verifiable criteriaAbility to organize and prioritize workload in order to meet deadlinesAbility to work independently and perform effectively in a fast-paced high-growth rapidly changing environmentDemonstrate basic computer skillsWorks well with others in a team-oriented environment including support of other co-workers job duties in a manner that further advances the goals and objectives of the whole organizationFunctional DemandsPhysical RequirementsAbility to sit frequently (33-66) while performing job dutiesAbility to stand or walk continuously (66-100) while performing job dutiesAbility to stoop squat and bend frequently (33-66) while performing job dutiesAbility to lift push and pull frequently (33-66) while performing job dutiesLifting up to 50 pounds unassisted over 50 pounds with assistanceAbility to use hands to feel objects tools or controls frequently (33-66) while performing job dutiesAbility to reach with hands and arms including reaching above the shoulder occasionally (up to 33) while performing job dutiesAbility to have visual acuity including: close distance color peripheral depth and the ability to adjust focusAbility to read printed materialsAbility to verbally respond and talk to patients and guestsAbility to lift and transport x-ray film cassettesAbility to wear heavy aprons for extended periods of timeDrag Edit DeleteNon-Essential FunctionsWork EnvironmentAbility to perform a variety of duties often changing from one task to another of different nature without loss of efficiency or composureMay be exposed to ionizing radiation with ALARA as the radiation standardMay be exposed to limited hazardous substances described in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)This employee is permitted to be in an area without supervision of a licensed employee where drugs are stored and may access drugs that are appropriate for their scope of serviceWorks in well-lit and air conditioned environmentEssential FunctionsEquipment / Instruments UsedProficiency with most major CT equipment manufacturers hardware and softwareUse of X-ray room equipment including fluoroscopy C-Arm portable x-ray machines injectors and all other radiology equipmentPACS and RIS systemsDuties & ResponsibilitiesActivates and checks utilized equipment at the start of each day.Performs a variety a technical procedures requiring independent judgment with ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for the radiological process.Demonstrates proper utilization of radiation safety precautions observes proper columniation and tube proximity utilization of protective lead equipment and film badges.Practices sterile technique on all procedures performed.Demonstrates current clinical knowledge while maintaining a high standard to achieve quality patient care.Utilizes equipment cleaned and shut down according to policy.Demonstrates an awareness of self-responsibility and accountability for own professional practice.Maintains professional and ethical relationship with customers throughout the facility.Demonstrates sound knowledge base and actions when dealing with designated patient populations such as adolescent adult and geriatric.Able to rotate within the CT and diagnostic department and various shifts and participate in call as needed.Organizational ExpectationsProfessionalism / Self-DevelopmentActively demonstrates commitment to providing excellent customer service following the hospitals culture of Sacred WorkAdheres and supports hospital policies and the hospitals mission vision and valuesAssists and supports hospitals leadership and department managementCollaborates in implementation of new hospital and department policies new techniques and new instrumentation as well as reviewing and updating policies and procedures manuals for the department on an ongoing basisCommunicates effectively and maintains positive working relationshipsComplies with the Adventist Health the Hospital and jobs-specific Codes of Conduct procedures regulations and ethical standardsFollows all the Joint Commission standards applicable for this positionFollows dress code per departmental requirements (possibly including uniforms)Maintains and adheres to department and positions quality standardsMaintains confidentiality regarding sensitive issues and information as required by the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other confidentiality requirementsMaintains own professional practice records current updating all credential requirements prior to their expiration including Employee Health Services requirementsMeets attendance and policy requirements arrives to work on time. Attends hospitals department and team meetings as scheduled and participates in a positive problem-resolving mannerParticipates in educational training to develop awareness of new techniques procedures and instruments by participating in continuing education to comply with federal and state laws and to enhance professional growthResponds resourcefully when challenges arise and accepts responsibility for actions. Works constructively under pressureWillingly performs other duties as assignedThis department performs general diagnostic radiology procedures (does not include interventional procedures such as arteriograms angiograms etc). Procedures may include but are not limited to: X-rays fluoroscopy and mammography (only include mammography if you do not have a separate Mammography department being tracked in 735001 or other specific mammography department). This department is also responsible for the pre-procedure and post-procedure care.The Emerald Difference:
        • Day 1 health insurance coverage and comprehensive benefits options
        • 401(k) matching program
        • Emerald Staffing Group, Allied Job ID . Pay package is based on 10.0 hour shifts and 40.0 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Travel Imaging Tech (Medical Imaging Technician) CT (Computed Tomography)

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