Incumbent's main function is an Imaging Tech Aide. They also
hold responsibilities as supply aide, and clerk. Under general
supervision of the Modality Supervisor, the direction of the Lead
modality technologist, and modality Technologist this position is
responsible for preparing patients for testing and for providing
general assistance to the radiology team, documenting in EPIC for
patient care, arranging appointments and transport for in-patients
to arrive into Imaging for their exams, and the restocking of the
imaging rooms and storerooms, as required and needed.
Nature and Scope
As a member of the Imaging team, this position provides
technical skills and communicates effectively with supervisors,
other ED staff, physicians, RNs, in-patient customers, Patients and
When functioning as an Imaging Tech Aide they will be asked to
perform various technical procedures and is responsible for
assisting the Imaging staff in providing appropriate, timely,
quality patient care. This includes, but is not limited to
preparing patients for testing, understanding contraindications,
transporting patients when necessary both in-house and ER patients,
Quality Control, documenting in EPIC and checking for lab values,
identifying lines, drains airways and their placements, properly
handling and stocking of non-controlled medications. This incumbent
will assist in expediting ER/Trauma, stroke, and in-patients to the
imaging modality and transferring patients to the exam table.
Other duties may include a combination of the following may
include stocking the exam rooms, ordering supplies, equipment and
instrumentation to ensure safe, effective patient care. Maintain
and manage incoming phone calls, coordinate patient schedules and
activities, efficiently use the computers, telephones, beepers, and
maintain an orderly and efficient work area in all exam areas. The
incumbent may perform twelve-lead EKG's (400253 ONLY). Incumbent
will interface with all patients, guests, visitors, families and
patients arriving or calling the Imaging Dept. The incumbent
provides directions and information as well as making appropriate
The incumbent must demonstrate the knowledge and skills
necessary to provide care based on physical, motor/sensory,
psychosocial, and safety appropriate to the age of the patient
served and meets standards of quality as measured by the
unit/department age specific competency standards.
The major challenge of this position is to maintain a caring and
supportive attitude during stressful situations and to communicate
effectively with physicians and nursing personnel in order to make
good decisions regarding Renown patients. Demonstrates knowledge of
Critical Care protocol/guidelines (Stroke, Code Aorta, Trauma, PE,
etc.) including assisting with getting patients prepared for all
This position does provide patient care.
The foregoing description is not intended and should not be
construed to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills
and efforts or work conditions associated with the job. It is
intended to be an accurate reflection of the general nature and
level of the job.
Requirements - Required and/or Preferred
Must have working-level knowledge of the English language,
including reading, writing and speaking English. Applicants with
some college or current students majoring in the medical field will
be given preference
Applicants with experience in a health care setting who are
familiar with medical terminology and computer experience.
Current BLS certification by American Heart Association
standards required upon hire.
Computer / Typing:
Must possess, or be able to obtain within 90 days, the computers
skills necessary to complete online learning requirements for
job-specific competencies, access online forms and policies,
complete online benefits enrollment, etc.