Relocation Assistance Available!Sign-On Bonus available to qualifying candidates
Overview Mid-Columbia Medical Center is a value driven and principle centered organization, serving our patients, employees, customers and community within the Columbia River Region.
Mid-Columbia Medical is affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University which is designed to elevate the delivery of health services to a new level of care.
Mid-Columbia Medical Center was the first hospital to incorporate the Planetree model of patient-centered care.
The Planetree Philosophy is a holistic approach to healthcare, promoting mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and physical healing.
It empowers patients and families through the exchange of information and encourages healing partnerships with caregivers.
We are seeking a Manager to join our Diagnostic Imaging team!
This position is full time and eligible for a comprehensive benefits and time off package.
Responsibilities Under the leadership of Director of Imaging, the Imaging Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of the Diagnostic Imaging staff in alignment with the mission, values and goals of the organization.
Plans, coordinates, and directs all activities within respective areas of responsibilities.
Develops, interprets and applies departmental policies as they relate to the daily operations of the respective areas.
Assists Director with operational and capital budgets each fiscal year.
Assists Director in the long range planning of equipment, personnel and marketing strategies for the continued growth and development of the respective areas.
Maintains accreditation status with all applicable organizations and ensures that all Federal, State, and local guidelines are followed to ensure compliance with such regulations.
The Manager performs the duties of a CT/Radiology Technologist.
Graduate of a diagnostic imaging program.
Licensure/Certification: Current applicable state license in Diagnostic Radiologic Technology required.
Registered Radiological Technologist ARRT (CT)(R),
Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI) license also needed for required modalities.
BLS/CPR Certification: Personnel providing direct care in patient care and diagnostic areas are required to acquire and maintain BLS/CPR certification.
Experience: Three year previous experience in the field of imaging
Skills/Knowledge/Abilities: Must have excellent communication, people skills, and ability to have empathy.
Must be flexible and self-motivated. Must possess high degree of professionalism in demeanor and appearance.
Must have a willingness to learn, critical thinking skills and pay attention to detail.
Location/Region: The Dalles, OR (97058)