Job Description

Responsible for the patient care as it applies to scheduling of diagnostic, fluoroscopic, ultrasound, mammography, MRI, nuclear medicine, CT and bone density exams, preparations, patient setup and position, filming, processing, proper identification and record keeping (including archiving).


Education: Satisfactory completion of an approved Radiologic Technology program and American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) Registry. Licensed as a Radiologic Technologist with the State of Washington. Trained or may be trained in the following modalities: Computed tomography Mammography: Meet FDAs Qualifications. Experience: Experience in a rural hospital setting with on-call experience preferred.

CT experience preferred.

Shift: Part Time, .75 FTE, Variable Day Shifts

SALARY: $23.98 - $38.63, DOE