THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH IS HIRING INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS TO JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM! At the U we perform a wide variety of cases, both outpatient based and inpatient cases, often which are emergency and life-saving procedures. Our Interventional Radiology (IR) division is growing and we have a diverse group of energetic physicians (growing from 4 to 9), wonderful nurse colleagues and a solid cadre of enthusiastic techs. We are expanding in case volume and facilities and need more technologists to help with this busy and exciting time in our IR group. We recently opened our new state of the art facility at University Hospital inclusive of 3 procedure bays as well as our own prep and recovery floor. In addition to University Hospital, we operate out of the Clinical Neurosciences as well as the newly remodeled Huntsman Cancer Hospital each offering exposure to unique patient populations. Graduating X-ray students, current X-ray students and current IR techs or techs of other modalities are all encouraged to apply. We train all new hires for a period of 4 months to allow full exposure to the wide breadth of procedures that are done here at the U. Continuing education of the technologists are of paramount importance in our group with both informal and formal lectures given to the technologists. Joining this group would be a wonderful opportunity for any imaging technologist interested in the exciting and expanding field of IR. As we grow and expand we will be hiring for multiple positions with current and future start dates so please apply now to start the conversation!
This position is responsible for performing angiography and specialized abdominal and neurovascular types of interventional radiology.
This position may be required to access and administer medications within their scope of practice and according to State Law.
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