Perform basic job duties to support the technologists/sonographers and nurses with patient care activities. Participate with coordinating workflow in order to maintain efficient operation of the area. Conduct self in a manner that is conducive to teamwork within the area of practice. Significant training is provided prior to independent work shifts.
Description of work environment:
The Department of Imaging Sciences is composed of two hospitals and two outpatient imaging centers providing digital and computed radiography, digital fluoroscopy, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, CT, MR, and angiography services. The Department of Imaging Sciences at Strong Memorial Hospital and its outpatient clinics are very busy and fast paced facilities. Hospital and business work environment geared toward patient care.
Brief Description of Duties:
Assist the radiologic technologist with procedures including accompanying the technologist to the patient bedside for portable exams
Assist with safe transfer and transport of patients including assistance to parking lot via wheel chair and use of the Patient Transport Request system effectively
Keeps rooms stocked with necessary supplies from stockroom
Turn over exam rooms in preparation for the next patient. Tasks include: removal of dirty linen, red bags and garbage; wiping down all counters, putting clean linen on the table.
Performs ancillary clerical duties as necessary
Understand customers’ and department’s unique needs and expectations through on the job training
Frequent contact with patients, department personnel, physician’s hospital personnel and patient’s families
Enrolled in high school or graduate, at least 16 years of age
Employment certificate/work permit for candidate less than 18 years old
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Excellent attention to detail
Arrive on time as scheduled
Provide proper and timely notification to supervisor of scheduled and unscheduled absences; in accordance with department protocol
Maintain professional appearance according to department dress code
Take initiative to work independently with minimal direction
Effectively communicate questions, concerns and suggestions to supervisor
Work effectively with people of diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Adhere to standard procedures
Maintain confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA standard
Understand and carryout oral and written instructions
Perform other duties as assigned
Scrubs, gloves and other protective equipment provided by the department. Closed-toe, non-skid, comfortable walking shoes. Employees must wear their Strong Hospital ID badge at all times while on hospital property.
Walking, prolonged standing of 4 hours or more. Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.
Possible exposure (though very low) to ionizing radiation. All employees working with or near radiation equipment are trained on the necessary steps to protect themselves and other medical staffers from exposure to radiation. In the course of patient care, a radiologist assistant may be exposed to bodily fluids which could contain disease such as: HIV, hepatitis B, etc. Radiologist assistants will receive required Universal Precautions training and be provided barrier precautions (gloves, masks etc) to be used as needed. Questions or concerns should be directed to Employee Health or the department manager.
PHYSICAL AND DRUG SCREEN REQUIRED :
Work HOurs :
NY State Child Labor Law Compliance/Teen Health & Success Partnership program guidelines:
High school students are able to work between the hours of 7:00am and 9:00pm. Students are not allowed to miss school for work duties and should work no more than 16 hours per week. Monday – Thursday shifts should be no longer than 4 hours. It is suggested that students be scheduled for no more than 3.5 hours per shift. Friday – Sunday: students should not be scheduled for shifts exceeding 8 hours.
High school graduates are able to work between the hours of 7:00am and 10:00pm. Students should not miss college classes for work duties and should work no more than 20 hours per week. Graduates who are 18 + years of age can work 8 hour shifts throughout the work week.
During school breaks and the summer:
Students under 18 years of age may work up to 38 hours per week and can work 8-hour shifts. Students under 18 may only work between 7:00am – 9:00pm.
If 18 + years of age, students may work 40 hours per week and 8-hour shifts. They may only work between 7:00am – 10:00pm.
Minor employees (students under 18 years of age) must have work permits on file with employer departments. Minor employee work schedules and the NYS Child Labor Law poster must be conspicuously posted in the work department. Any deviation from the work schedule must be documented on the posted schedule before the work shift. Departments may have further restrictions of employees hired through the UR/HWSC program.
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How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Location: Strong Memorial Hospital
Full/Part Time: TAR