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We are searching for a Radiology Clinical Educator -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will provide a broad range of radiology health care services under the supervision of radiologists in a manner appropriate for patients ranging from 0-18 years of age. The Radiology Clinical Educator (RCE) is a critical thinker who uses technical knowledge to assist educational, quality, and regulatory efforts within the Department of Pediatric Radiology. As an RCE, the individual must be independently proficient in all technology and procedures in the sections of Interventional Radiology and Radiography/Fluoroscopy.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Performs noninvasive imaging procedures under the direct supervision of the radiologist per routine list of procedures
• Performs routine, portable, STAT, urgent, on-call and intraoperative cases by applying principles of Interventional Radiology/ Fluoroscopy in each study under the direct supervision of a licensed Radiologist
• Administers intravascular medications or contrast media and topical/local anesthetics under the direct supervision of a licensed Radiologist and to provide appropriate written documentation in the patient’s medical record
• Maintains confidentiality of passwords/codes for all information systems and patient information, as observed by the supervising radiologists
• Verifies and confirms patient identification and patient information including patient precautions and other vital information on all documentation, including films, as observed by the supervising radiologists
• Demonstrates positive and effective interpersonal skills when dealing with patients/families, visitors, peers, and health care team leaders, as evidenced by supervisory observation, and verbal/written feedback
• Communicates research findings to other health care professionals as observed by evaluation of written/oral reports
• Collaborates in the development of medical research protocols to delineate radiology care requirements
• Graduate of a formal diagnostic Radiology program required
• R-ARRT certification from The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists required
• CMRT certification from the Texas Department of State Health Services required
• RPA certification from the Certification Board of Radiology Practitioner Assistants required
• RRA certification from The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists required
• 8 years specialized interventional radiology/fluoroscopy experience required