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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST operates x-ray and related equipment to take and develop radiographs for general medical diagnostic purposes. The Radiologic Technologist performs technological procedures within the facility and schedules and coordinates radiological exams done outside the facility.
This is the second level of a two-level series.¿ It is distinguished from the lower level by the additional responsibility for coordinating the technological procedures of generic diagnostic radiology in a medical facility that includes radiography in diagnostic rooms and possibly with portable units.¿ At this level there is increased responsibility for quality control, including reviewing radiographs of other technologists for technical quality.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The duties listed below are not inclusive but characteristic of the type and level of work associated with this class. Individual positions may do all or some combination of the duties listed below as well as other related duties.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
The Radiologic Technologist has regular in-person contact with patients to take x-rays, with physicians to receive instructions, with nurses and staff to schedule and perform x-ray examinations, lift patients, and answer questions. There is also occasional contact with repair persons to get equipment serviced.
Licensed Radiologic Technologists receive general supervision from an administrative supervisor. Limited Permit holders work under the direction of a licensed Radiologic Technologist. Work is reviewed for conformance to agency policy and through regular conferences to discuss problems and define goals. The Radiologic Technologist exercises independent judgment in carrying out individual assignments.
Procedural manuals and agency policies and procedures are used to insure proper patient care and to maintain radiation safety standards.
The Radiologic Technologist may be required to work overtime, on-call, or rotating schedules.
Certification as a Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist with the American Registry for Radiological Technologists and have a valid Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist license issued by the Oregon Board of Radiologic Technologists at the time of appointment; AND one year of experience conducting radiologic examinations; OR any equivalent combination of training and experience.