Minnesota Oncology offers its employees an exciting, fast-paced, and challenging work environment. We are currently looking for an individual with passion for the healthcare field and someone that can commit to personal accountability and integrity. An ideal candidate will also have excellent oral and written communication skills with an ability to collaborate and work in a team based environment.
Come join this dynamic team who is passionate about providing exceptional care to our patients. No nights, holidays, or weekends!
Why Work for Us?
We offer a competitive benefits package that includes -
Short-term and Long-term Disability Coverage
401k plan that comes with a company match
Wellness program that rewards you practicing a healthy lifestyle
Employee Assistance Program and Discount Program to some of your favorite retailers
*This position will work out of the Edina Surgery Center, supporting our Breast Surgeons. Anticipated to work 2 days/week with a minimum of 4 Hours.* Responsibilities:
Prepares radioactive isotopes for administration to patients in accordance with physicians orders. Operates scintillation detection equipment to measure isotope concentrations and scanners to record visual representations of the isotope concentrations in specific body areas of the patient
Conducts organ or body scans on patients with radioactive. isotopes in order to provide diagnostic aid to physicians.
Administers isotope dosage and records dosage administered following established departmental procedures. Observes patient during procedures and reports unusual occurrences to appropriate personnel.
Performs laboratory tests on body specimens. Computes results of laboratory tests. Keeps records of tests conducted, test results, and disposition of isotopes and body products containing isotopes.
Offers expertise to physicians regarding appropriateness of additional/modified studies, etc. Escorts patients to treatment room.
Assists with dressings as necessary. Completes all paperwork necessary to ensure timely delivery of services.
Logs nuclear medicine procedures completed. Processes routine paperwork. Provides protection for patient and self in accordance with prescribed safety standards.
Ensures the safety and physical comfort of the patient while in technologists care.
Conducts daily quality control measures to monitor machine performance.
Reports all malfunctions and/or need for adjustments to the proper company or facility. Arranges preventive maintenance as recommended by vendor.
Follows prescribed safety standards in operating equipment.
Maintains radiation detection badges and files all radiation reports.
Maintains adequate inventory of clinical and clerical supplies for
Radiology Department to ensure efficient operations. Orders, logs, and returns outside films requested from other agencies; completes appropriate documentation.
Arranges for the release of films to patients and outside agencies.
Maintains paperwork for tracking loaned films. Maintains confidentially of all information related to patients and medical staff.
Associate's Degree in Radiologic Technology from an accredited school.
Minimum three years experience as a Nuclear Medical Technologist.
Certification as a registered radiologic technologist (ARRT) required.
Current IV and CPR certifications required.
Ability to Multi-task
Can Successfully Prioritize Tasks
Strong Organizational Skills
Ability to work Independently and Collaboratively
Strong Customer Service Skills
Military Veterans encouraged to apply, on-site training provided
The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.