Cedars-Sinai CT Technologist -12-hour Night Shift in Los Angeles, California
We embrace a culture of passion and dedication at Cedars-Sinai, and it’s part of the reason we’ve been ranked the #1 hospital in California and #2 hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Now we invite you to join us. From working with a team of exceptional healthcare professionals to using pioneering facilities, you’ll have everything required to do something incredible—for yourself, and for others.
Make a difference in Imaging!
As a full-time CT Technologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, you will have the opportunity to work 12-hour shifts with alternating weekends. The CT Technologist, under direct supervision, uses computerized tomography scanners to produce cross-section images of patient’s internal organs and tissues for diagnosis of medical issues.
Summary of Essential Duties:
Accurately interpret a physician’s scanning instructions
Administer contrast material
Prepare and operate CT scan equipment
Ability to position patient to capture appropriate images
Send images to Radiologist for interpretation/reading
Cleans and disinfects patient rooms
Follow infection control and safety guidelines
- Graduate of a two-year approved School of Radiologic Technology program required
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists; R.T. (R)(CT)(ARRT) required
California Radiologic Technologist (CRT) certification required
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification from the American Red Cross or American Heart Association required
Venipuncture certification preferred
- A minimum of 2 years of experience as a CT Scan Technologist required
Keywords: CT Tech, Technologist, Technician, Computed Tomography, Imaging, Hospital, Healthcare, Medical, Los Angeles, CA, California
Working Title: CT Technologist -12-hour Night Shift
Business Entity: Service Lines & Ops
Job Category: Imaging
Job Specialty: Diagnostic Imaging
Position Type: Full-time
Shift Length: 12 hour shift
Shift Type: Night
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