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    Summary

    Incumbents at this level are fully functional as a Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist and are able to carry out their assigned tasks independently. This is a hybrid multi-disciplined position combining the duties of Computed Tomography (CT) (50% of the time) and Routine Radiologic exams (50% of the time). Percentage may fluctuate with needs of the service.


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    Responsibilities

    Performs computerized tomography of the head, neck spine, chest and body. These exams are performed with and without the use of contrast materials. The purpose of these exams is to achieve diagnostic studies to bring about proper diagnosis and treatment. This modality consumes 50% of the incumbents' time. Performs general diagnostic radiography of the entire body that includes radiographic examinations at the bedside (portable) along with portable fluoroscopy procedures. These exams are performed with and without the use of contrast materials. The purpose of these exams is to achieve diagnostic studies so that proper diagnosis and treatment may be effectuated. Employees at this grade level are to be qualified to provide services in specialized areas of routine, fluoroscopic and Radiologic technology of a diagnostic nature. Performs a variety of routine and very difficult radiographic examinations and makes exposures necessary for the requested procedure. This modality consumes 50% of the incumbents' time.

    * *VA Northern Indiana Healthcare System employees will receive first consideration.

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    Work Schedule: Intermittent Work schedule (various as to the needs of the service).

    Financial Disclosure Report: Not required

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    9

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