4218 - CT Tech

Albany, GA
Full Time
Entry Level

The Radiologic Technologist is responsible for performing routine radiological x-ray and CT procedures as required. This role provides direct patient care to individuals of all ages, ensuring the highest standards of safety and professionalism are maintained.


  • Conduct routine radiological x-ray and CT procedures as prescribed by physicians or healthcare providers.
  • Ensure patient comfort and cooperation during imaging procedures.
  • Adhere to radiation safety protocols and ensure proper positioning of patients for accurate images.
  • Provide direct patient care, addressing the needs of patients of all age groups.
  • Explain procedures to patients, addressing their concerns and ensuring a positive experience.
  • Monitor patients for any adverse reactions during and after imaging procedures.
  • Maintain accurate and thorough records of imaging procedures, patient information, and any observed anomalies.
  • Ensure proper documentation of radiation doses administered.
  • Adhere to hospital and departmental attendance, punctuality, and safety guidelines.
  • Comply with all organizational policies and procedures.
  • Wear appropriate protective clothing and equipment as necessary.


  • Vocational/Technical Degree in Radiography Program.
  • 1-2 years of Radiology or X-Ray experience.
  • Required Certifications/Licensures: ARRT Registry eligible, obtained within one year of hire.
  • Organizational Skills.
  • Communication Skills.
  • Interpersonal Skills.
  • Customer Relations.
  • Mathematical Skills.
  • Analytical Skills.
  • Proficiency in Grammar/Spelling.
  • Ability to Read and Comprehend Written Instructions.
  • Ability to Follow Verbal Instructions.
  • Basic Computer Skills.
  • General Clerical Skills.

Working Conditions:

  • General environment: Work in a well-lit, air-conditioned area with moderate noise levels.
  • Possible exposure to high noise levels and bright lights.
  • Potential exposure to limited hazardous substances or body fluids, or infectious organisms.
  • Requirement to switch between tasks of different nature without loss of efficiency or composure.
  • Periods of high stress and fluctuating workloads may occur.
  • May be scheduled as needed, including overtime.

Physical Requirements:

  • Near-normal vision with clarity at various distances and the ability to distinguish colors.
  • Good manual dexterity and eye-hand-foot coordination.
  • Ability to perform repetitive tasks/motions.

Physical Demands:

  • Standing: Frequently within shift (34-66%)
  • Walking: Frequently within shift (34-66%)
  • Sitting: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)
  • Climbing: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)
  • Bending/Stooping: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)
  • Twisting at waist: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)
  • Pushing/Pulling: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)
  • Lift/carry > 20 lbs with assistance: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)
  • Reaching above shoulder: Occasionally within shift (1-33%)

Salary:  Starting at $27.55 Hourly


Competitive benefit package


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