Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Location: Springfield, IL
Date Posted: 11-09-2018
Springfield, IL is a world-class, All American city with a rich and vibrant history. Home of President Abraham Lincoln, Springfield (population 120,000) is Illinois' state capital. The city is located in Central Illinois, 200 miles south of Chicago and 100 miles north of St. Louis. Springfield is home to 41 parks. These include everything from playgrounds, to stretches of lake shore, to a zoo, to golf courses, to a stadium, to skate parks, to athletic fields, to riverside parks and more. Whether you move into a more suburban neighborhood or a trendier downtown location, many of the neighborhoods in Springfield have associations and hold meetings, aiming to bring the community together and watch out for the interests of residents. Especially appealing is Springfield's attractive cost of living. From the standpoint of both business owner and resident, dollars travel farther in Springfield than they would in other metropolitan areas across the state and nation.

Looking for a change of scenery? We seek candidates with ARRT-R or NMTCB certification for the role of Nuclear Medicine Technologist. In this role you will administer radio pharmaceuticals and observes patient during procedure. You will report any unusual occurrences to appropriate personnel. You will assist in the development of Nuclear Medicine protocols, procedures, and ongoing performance improvement programs. You will assist physician with therapy procedures. You will calculate, order, prepare and measure radio pharmaceuticals/kits. You will contribute to the achievement of established department goals and objectives and adheres to department policies, procedures, quality standards and safety standards. You will comply with governmental and accreditation regulations. You will generate film or computer image and evaluates film for technical quality.

Candidates must be registered in Nuclear Medicine Technology by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board or the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (or be registry eligible).  The maximum allowable time to practice in a “registration pending” status is three months. Must have (or be able to obtain) license from the Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety in nuclear medicine.  Must maintain CPR certification.

The role offers competitive compensation and benefits. This is a great opportunity to join a respected healthcare organization while living in a world-class, All American city with a rich and vibrant history (home of President Abraham Lincoln and Illinois' state capital). For more information call 941.739.1400 or submit your resume now by clicking on the button below that says “Apply Now.”
Eric Boelkins
Edge Recruitment Solutions
888.666.2450 or 941.739.1400
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