Radiology & Imaging Sciences. This position is located in the Goodman Hall Neuroscience building located on the Methodist campus.
Perform nuclear medicine imaging procedures (PET, PET/CT, PET/MR, SPECT, SPECT/CT) for the acquisition and production of images in support of research clinical and pre-clinical molecular imaging studies. Procedures include: obtaining vascular access, injection of radio-pharmaceuticals, maintaining patient care, safety procedures, and QC protocols and records along with image processing and some data analysis. Maintaining compliance with University, state, federal and departmental procedures, policies, regulations/guidelines, and law. Cross training into other research imaging procedures (e.g., MRI) is expected.
To be successful in this position requires excellent oral, written and organizational skills. The ability to develop and maintain rapport with professionals and study participants. Requires knowledge and understanding of related assessments, research methods, and study protocol. Must be able to work as a team player, maintain accurate and organized records, and work with some level of independence and ability to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and extensive judgment .
REQUIRED: Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s degree in nuclear medicine technology, plus 2 years experience in nuclear medicine imaging in a clinical or research setting. Must have Professional registry or certification (ARRT or CNMT) in Nuclear Medicine Technology. Must have Indiana licensure.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities: Completion of an American Medical Association approved Nuclear Medicine Technology training program.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Ability to move up to 50 lbs; Ability to handle unexpected demands, requests, timed projects and meeting all deadlines; Any hazards related to working in a high magnetic field; Ability to operate systems at several locations throughout the medical campus.
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