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We are searching for an ECHO Sonographer -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will perform high quality and complex echocardiographic exams and independently perform TEE studies on patients that range in age from neonates to adults.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Perform echocardiographic exams and perform advanced post-study analysis
• Assist with technical echocardiographic training and education
• Accept responsibility for daily operational maintenance of the Echo Lab supplies and
• Focus on Customer Service
• Participate in management/ administrative duties
• Seek opportunities for professional development by participating and attend in-services, educational seminars, and tech/staff meetings
• Work with departmental staff and other healthcare professions to ensure high quality patient care
• Recognize and trouble shoot problems with equipment, settings, transducers, transducers orientation while instructing, explaining these technical problems and advising resolution of problems via "hands on technique”
• Technical diploma in diagnostic medical sonography or Bachelor’s degree in biological science required
• RDCS, RCS, or RCCS certification required
• 5 years’ experience as an ECHO sonographer with 2 years in a pediatric environment required/Fetal Echo experience preferred