Sanford Health Supervisor - Radiology Diagnostics in Bemidji, Minnesota
Job Title: Supervisor | Radiology Diagnostics | Bemidji, MN
Department : Radiology Diagnostics - Ancillary Services - Bemidji
Job Schedule: Full Time
Hours Per Shift: 8 hr
The Radiology Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the diagnostic area, coordinating the scheduling, staffing, equipment assignment, and patient flow. Responsible for supervision and direction of the staff and scheduling of staff on rotations on other assignments. Conducts performance appraisals and has the authority to recommend, reward and/or discipline. Observes, evaluates, and participates in the educational processes of students. Ability to operate and troubleshoot: picture archiving and communication system quality (PACS), computers, monitors, and other radiology equipment. Provides internal support for all systems necessary to the operation of the radiology department, to include but not limited to, the electronic medical record, PACS system dictation systems, image sharing programs, etc. Participates in annual appraisals for radiology staff. Participates in the process of hiring, promoting, and disciplinary actions when necessary. Has 24-hour accountability for the areas under their control. Ability to function independently and able to assume the duties of department supervisor as necessary. Possesses the skills and knowledge of diagnostic x-rays. Ability to perform related procedure and protocols. Ability to learn new technology and orient new technologists. Demonstrates leadership qualities to provide direction to staff and to handle inter- and intradepartmental conflicts. Provides input for budget preparation. Recommends policy development and revision. Supervises and coordinates the care and maintenance of various equipment. Maintains familiarity with equipment operation and direct technical staff. Reviews and understands policies regarding safety, free/emergency preparedness, hazardous substance, and infection control. Provides input to capital requests. Possesses the ability to professional obtain information from patients or their responsible parts to further improve their personalized treatment and care. On a continuum, the technologist works to develop an understanding of the patient's physical and emotional status. May supervise different modalities as necessary.
Responsible for hiring, disciplining, and termination of staff. Participates in developing budget adjustment procedures and practices. Monitors effectiveness of regularly held meetings such as project review or weekly status. Establishes and maintains productive working relationships within and outside of own area. Employs workflow standards to measure workflow performance. Demonstrates expertise in quality assurance tools, techniques, and standards. Defines, communicates and models organizational values as essential elements of employee commitment. Contributes to the development of radiology operational strategies. Consults on accreditation and performance standards. Communicates and follows American College of Radiology (ACR) standards and guidelines. Adjusts to new or changing assignments, processes, and people. Establishes standards and best practices to produce high quality images and patient care. Seeks opportunities to embrace challenging tasks while maintaining a positive attitude.
Position is full-time, 80 hours per pay period.
Completion of formal radiographic technology training in an American Medical Association (AMA) or Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) approved school is required.
Minimum of two years’ experience as a staff radiologic technologist required; previous supervisory experience in a healthcare setting is preferred. Possesses a thorough understanding of diagnostic radiographic principles.
Registration with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) is required. If working in North Dakota and performing medical imaging or radiation therapy procedures, licensure with the North Dakota Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board (NDMIRT) is required. Basic Life Support (BLS) certification within six weeks of employment and re-certification as necessary is required.
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Job Function: Allied Health
Job Schedule: Full Time
Req Number: WD01577