Imaging Supervisor- Diagnostic Imaging, Full Time (3)
November 7, 2020


Diagnostic Imaging

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Rate: $43.98- $65.91


-Supervises the daily operations of the diagnostic imaging department, including patient services, personnel, scheduling, finance and equipment.

-Ensures compliance with local, state and federal regulations, standards and protocols.

-Exercises independent judgment when recruiting, training, coaching, supervising and responsibly directing assigned staff

-Coordinates all technical operations of the diagnostic imaging department.

-Ensures timely processing of all patients while prioritizing emergent procedures, minimizing patient waits and optimizing turn-around times.

-Monitors and directs the Radiology Information System (RIS) and Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS).

-Ensures the integrity of patient medical images and data while adhering to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other patient confidentiality guidelines and regulations

-Supervises diagnostic imaging personnel, including recruiting, hiring, orientation, training and development, scheduling and regular performance evaluation

-Ensures optimum levels of staffing in accordance with hospital productivity targets

-Performs radiologic technologist duties as needed

-Conducts regular staff meetings and manages departmental committees and projects as directed

-Manages quality assurance and evaluates new business opportunities and management approaches

-Recommends improved medical imaging protocols and designs and implements performance improvement programs as needed

-Ensures compliance with Joint Commission and Assists in strategic resource planning and develops, implements and oversees department salary, operation and capital budgets

-Researches and recommends new technologies and equipment to increase departmental productivity

-Performs other job-related duties as assigned


-Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education/related experience: Required

Master’s Degree: Preferred

-Five years’ registered technologist experience: Preferred

-Radiologic Technologists and Technicians American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification: Required

-Certification of Radiologic Technologists (CRT) in state of practice: Required

-Other Intravenous Therapy certification: Preferred

-Capable of performing position related physical requirement

REPORTS TO: Diagnostic Imaging Director

Applications accepted until position is filled PCN 3


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