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MRI Technologist -  Part Time Opportunity Available!

Posted 11.27.18

Job Summary

7:30AM - 4:00PM E/O Weekend East Greenwich, RI

Job Requirements

Must be ARRT registered: MR Certification; experience required and the ability to work independently; billingual preferred ( Spanish/Portuguese) 

physical dexterity and strength to operate all types of MR related equipment, properly position patients and handling of patient films and files. 

Conceptual ability to determine means of providing requested studies based on the specifics of each case. 

Interpersonal skills to interact effectivly with patients who may be under physical and/or emotional stress, referring physicians and staff, the radiologist, fellow employees, supplier and service representatives and any and all others who they come in contact with during the course of the business day. 

Organizational skills as required by the position. 

Analytical skills to compile and interpret data. 

Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide proper patient care. 

Demonstrated knowledge and skills to perform exams as outlined by governing bodies and RIMI protocol. 

To Apply

Please submit all resumes to Susan Logan or Christy Spellman at employment@rimirad.com

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