logo

View all jobs

SR. / PRINICIPAL NUC MED TECHNOLOGISTS

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

The technologist is licensed in all scopes of practice as defined by the State of California Radiologic Health branch, and performs routine to complex diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures using radiopharmaceuticals to assist in diagnosis and/or treatment in both the inpatient and outpatient environment. The technologist must be able to work safely in an acute care setting and be able to interact accordingly with anesthesia and/or other patient care departments that visit the Nuclear Medicine environment. Collects, prepares and analyzes biologic specimens and prepares data for interpretation. Responsible for performing radiation safety and quality control procedures on all Nuclear Medicine equipment as required by the department. Participates in orientation and training of assigned staff, students, residents, and faculty. Participates in performance improvement activities in the department.  Compensation will be based on Nuc Med exp only.  


The Senior Nuclear Medicine Technologist advanced responsibilities can include, yet are not limited to the following:
-Demonstrate competency and participate in the lead/coordinator role.
-Demonstrate competency and the ability to instruct two or more of the advanced procedures.
-Active participation in clinical protocol development, improvement and implementation
  • Require CTNM: NMTCB or ARRT (N)
  • Require CA state license – CA Department of Public Health, Certified Technologist, Nuclear Medicine
  • Require BLS (CPR) Certification
  • Graduate of an accredited Nuclear Medicine training program.
  • Flexibility in scheduling, ability to rotate locations and shifts and provide coverage for weekends and holidays.
  • Requires 3-5 years of experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist.


The Principal Nuclear Medicine Technologist advanced responsibilities can include, yet are not limited to the following
-Demonstrate competency and participate in the lead/coordinator role.
-Active participation in an annual performance improvement project or active participation in NM Quality Assurance/Radiation Safety meetings.
-Demonstrate competency and the ability to instruct two or more of the advanced procedures, in addition to performing the procedures without direction.
-Active participation in clinical protocol development, maintenance, improvement and implementation.-Active participation in research protocol development, maintenance and implementation.
  • Requires 7-10 years of experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Require CTNM: NMTCB or ARRT (N)
  • Require CA state license – CA Department of Public Health, Certified Technologist, Nuclear Medicine
  • Require post-primary certification in Computed Tomography (ARRT) or (NMTCB)
  • Require BLS (CPR) Certification
  • Graduate of an accredited Nuclear Medicine training program.
  • Flexibility in scheduling, ability to rotate locations and shifts and provide coverage for weekends and holidays.
KP RECRUITING GROUP
 
KP Recruiting Group was started to create a world-wide network of multi-level, highly skilled talent; that are either experts or working to become one, in their respective fields. Our process involves focusing on the talent, skills, and experience of an individual as a key indicator of the present and future value that they will bring to any organization.

In establishing a network, we are able to forge genuine relationships with talent and gain valuable insight that allows us to understand what motivates them. This data allows us to give strategic advice to our partners as they go through the process of managing their human capital.

See our jobs and apply here: https://kprecruitinggroup.catsone.com/careers/7781-General

 
Powered by