Description: Working under moderate supervision, in compliance with regulatory, HIPAA, organizational, and departmental policy and procedure, prepares radioactive isotopes for administration to patients ranging in age from pediatric through geriatric, using Nuclear Medicine procedures and related techniques to produce images for interpretation by, or at the request of, a licensed practitioner while maintaining the standards of ethics for Nuclear Medicine technologists. Operates Nuclear Medicine equipment to measure isotope concentrations and scanners to record visual representations of isotope concentrations in specific body areas of the patient. Keeps record of tests conducted, test results, and the disposal of isotopes and body products containing isotopes per Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) guidelines. CT and/or Diagnostic X-Ray skills are a preferred plus.
- Graduate of a formal educational program acceptable to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTBC) or American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
- Certified or eligible for certification by the NMTBC or ARRT
- Licensed or eligible for Indiana State license in Nuclear Medicine
- Maintains AHA (American Heart Association) BLS (Basic Life Support)
- Venipuncture skills are required
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Open until filled