Performs a variety of Nuclear Medicine procedures utilizing radioactive material for diagnosis of disease processes and delineation of both normal/abnormal anatomy as well as pathological conditions in areas of the human body.
High School/GED Required. Completion of an accredited Nuclear Medicine program.
Minimum Work Experience
New Graduate or 1 year of related experience required. Pediatric experience preferred.
Required Licenses/Certifications for position
Registered by the American Registry of Radiographic Technology (ARRT) and/or CNMT required or registry eligible.
Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
Operate Nuclear Medicine camera and auxiliary equipment to produce quality images.
Ability to work flexible hours-alternate shift, rotates on call for evening, weekend and holiday coverage.
Able to adapt to new programs and equipment upgrades as radiological field advances, effective organizational and time management skills, effective written and verbal communication skills.
Note: Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Heavy lifting, pushing and pulling is required up to 50 lbs occasionally, 20-30 lbs frequently and 10 lbs constantly to move objects of up to 150 lbs. Sudden emergency situations have the potential for exposure to lifting or moving of up to 150 lbs. Frequent bending, walking, sitting, squatting, reaching and standing are required. Keyboard/computer use and/or repetitive motions may be required.
Internal Number: 2351
About East Tennessee Children's Hospital
East Tennessee Children's Hospital is a 152-bed hospital certified by the state of Tennessee as the only Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Center in East Tennessee and is accredited by the Joint Commission. As a Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Center, Children's Hospital offers full capabilities to care for seriously ill children in a unique pediatric environment and offers the services of many different pediatric subspecialties. Children's Hospital works jointly with the University of Tennessee Medical Center to ensure that injured children in this region receive trauma care at the institution most appropriate for the child's needs. We also assist smaller hospitals by providing pediatric health care training opportunities.