Supervisor, Diagnostic Imaging
Are you looking for an exciting, professional career with an organization that treats each individual with dignity and respect? We take pride in our work knowing that we each make a difference in the lives of our patients every day!
Steward Medical Group at Hawthorn Medical Associates seeks an enthusiastic, professional Supervisor of Diagnostic Imaging to coordinate the activities of the Vascular Ultrasound Section of the Radiology Imaging Department and its technologists. Functions as a lead resource person in providing technical guidance and instruction necessary for the efficient operation of the unit and patient care.
The successful candidate will:
- Supervise the imaging services under the manager’s direction in accordance with clinical and governmental standards and within an established budget.
- Facilitate the development and achievement of mission, goals, policies, budget, work methods.
- Evaluate and maintains the quality of images and films, procedures and services.
- Select, orient/train, monitor, and evaluate department staff including technologists for each modality.
- Review department performance and ensures compliance, accreditation, legal and other regulatory requirements.
- Collect and analyze data, prepares and present information/statistics for administrative and regulatory purposes.
- Serve as a liaison with providers.
- Ensure maintenance of equipment and materials. Researches and introduces new equipment and techniques and conducts related in-services.
- Monitors patient flow, handles complaints, uses TQM methods to improve methods and systems.
- Other duties as assigned
Completion of course in Radiologic technology approved by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Minimum three years experience as Radiologic technologist; two years supervisory experience including administrative/budgetary duties. Current certification (AART) with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Skills and Abilities Required:
Knowledge of the principles, practices, techniques of radiology to direct and backup the activities of staff. Knowledge of radiology standards to monitor and evaluate work of technologists. Knowledge of anatomy and physiology sufficient to pinpoint area for radiography. Knowledge of radiology equipment and testing to determine needs and evaluate equipment for purchase. Knowledge of safety requirements to provide instructions and to recognize and correct hazardous conditions.
Skill in anticipating and reacting calmly to emergency situations, identifying and resolving problems. Skill in writing reports and preparing correspondence. Skill in developing and maintaining department quality assurance. Skill in providing guidance and instruction to technologist. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, medical staff and the public.
Ability to evaluate utilization statistics and other data and make program recommendations. Ability to determine budget needs and maintain expenditures within budget. Ability to communicate clearly and establish/maintain effective working relationships with staff. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.