Imaging Technican - Clinical Research

Coon Rapids, MN

Job Description

This position provides imaging support in the form of daily scan coverage, complex analysis as directed per protocol, image interpretation, and consulting services as needed.

The role assists physicians, scientists, study directors, sponsors and staff with continuously identifying opportunities to improve key service functions that will increase or achieve high levels of customer satisfaction, while facilitating the complex multi-and inter-disciplinary care unique to the facility.
The role is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with key business units to ensure quality data collection and collaboration.
The role is responsible for the daily operation and animal care activities in the imaging specialty he or she has been assigned. The role assists with equipment selection, planning and personnel decisions.

Qualified candidates will have the following skills and abilities

Operates imaging equipment independently as needed by staffs specific role such as MRI, CT, TEE, ICE, TTE, etc. Perform imaging exams as assigned which may include but not be limited to: cardiac, vascular, brain, and spine for sheep, pigs, dogs, & rabbits. Perform basic image analysis such as creating reports with anatomical and functional measurements, assessing images for abnormalities, etc. Monitor patient care in the designated imaging department. Support animal and human cadaver studies. Monitors and controls quality assurance for imaging equipment, if applicable. Troubleshoot imaging issues, equipment, and procedure related. Continually evaluates and improves the process and procedures used to collect images. Work with sponsors to create imaging plans and protocols for execution within a study.

Requirements

• High school graduate or equivalent.

• Associate’s degree program in radiologic technology or veterinary technician
• Graduate of an approved program within the specific imaging modality (U/S, MRI, CT).
• Minimum 2 years of experience performing imaging in a health care or research setting.
• Experience working in a regulated environment.
• Ability to recognize normal and abnormal basic human anatomy, physiology, and pathology.
• Basic knowledge of DICOM image storage and manipulation within a PACS system
• Cardiac experience, Medis and or Mimics analysis software.
• Bachelor’s degree in health care, life sciences or related field.
• Experience with multiple/alternative scanning procedures.
• Good computer skills, Excel, Word, Access and Outlook scheduling. .

Post Date: 04.20.2019

Salary: Contact for Rate

Shift: AM

Interested in this Job?

Please Login, Register or you can apply as a guest

Sign In

If you would prefer to speak directly to an Clinicor Staffing Consultant, please call us at 612-977-1470 and reference OrderID 816417


Like what you see? Share this job opening with your friends and family.

Your job is caring for others - let us care for your career!

If you are looking for per diem, contract staffing or direct hire placement look to Clinicor Medical and Clinical Staffing. You will not find another medical staffing agency in Minnesota that will work as hard to effectively and consistently match your lifestyle that meets your professional goals.

We offer healthcare opportunities that encompass a wide variety of healthcare specialties: Medical Nursing, Allied Health, Clinical Research and Medical Administrative.

As a member of Clinicor’s dynamic healthcare team, we offer competitive pay and you will enjoy comprehensive benefits, flexible scheduling options and rewarding assignments in an environment suited just for you.

We invite you to apply today to become a member of our team!

Clinicor Medical and Clinical Staffing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.