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- This position is PRN, which means the hours you work are as needed.
- Gain valuable experience in performing radiology exams prior to graduation and work around student clinical hours.
- Perform a variety of technical procedures in general radiology under the supervision of a registered Radiologic Technologist.
- Assist in operating specialized radiographic equipment to produce quality images for diagnostic interpretation.
- Position anatomy, use proper breathing instructions and select technical factors to produce quality images.
- Deliver quality patient care and demonstrate Avera's values of compassion, hospitality and stewardship.
- Work effectively in a team environment.
Education and Experience:
- Must be enrolled in an accredited school of Radiologic Technology, be in good academic standing and be in preparation to write the national registry exam.
- Must plan to be certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists as soon as possible or within one year's time after graduating from an accredited school of Radiologic Technology.
- Hospital clinical experience is required.