Job Locations US-AK-Haines
Job ID
Regular Part-Time/40hrs (0.50 FTE)

About Us:

Job Overview:

Perform radiographic exams, bone density and fluoroscopy. Responsible for diagnostic imaging in radiography, OR, ED, and other various places as needed. Works independently in performing these modalities.  Collaborate with radiologists, providers, and other technologists to improve patient care.  Provides call services on a rotational basis.  May be required to travel to provide services at clinics throughout the Consortium.  Apply previous computer experience to new applications for imaging and record keeping.  Understand that inadequate communication with the patient, provider, and radiologist can adversely affect patient health.  Creatively works with other SEARHC staff to solve problems.


  • Performs diagnostic x-ray examinations of human anatomy. Follows department protocols prescribed by the radiologists. Follows standard positions and views prescribed by SEARHC radiologists. Assists radiologist with fluoroscopic procedures.  Performs bone density tests.  Receives patients, explains procedures and utilizes standardized techniques, settings, and positions to accomplish acceptable results. May be required to travel to provide services at clinics throughout the Consortium.
  • Office Duties. Performs office jobs including, but not limited to: answering phones, scheduling patients’ exams, printing reports, retrieving charts, researching problems, ordering supplies and helping radiologists and providers
  • Responsible for QA and QC for SEARHC imaging modalities. Documents: patient exposure time to radiation, amount of contrast administered, exam performed and other information as required by the Joint Commission regulations.



  • Completion of High School or General Education Diploma
  • Graduate from accredited radiography school.


  • 1 year experience as a certified technologist.


  • Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:


  • Extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology used in standard radiography, and fluoroscopic exams.
  • Extensive knowledge of radiation physics and protection (ALARA).
  • Considerable knowledge of digitized imaging and multiple computer systems such as PACs


  • Skilled at independently performing radiographic and fluoroscopic exams.
  • Skilled in oral and written communication.
  • Skilled in organizing and cleaning work areas and maintaining equipment in serviceable condition.


  • Able to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with with radiologists, providers, patients, computer technologists, and SEARHC staff.
  • Able to perform multiple tasks in a small department.
  • Able to learn new imaging exams as required by radiologists or providers.


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