Position : Rad tech
Performs a variety of difficult radiographic examinations.
Is thorough when performing work and conscientious
about attending to details.
Knowledge of radiographic exposure techniques.
Uses knowledge that is acquired through formal or extensive on-the-job experience to perform one’s job; works with, understands, and
evaluates technical information related to the job; advises others on technical issues.
Determines technical factors including referring, interpreting and
applying procedural guidelines.
Calculates correct exposure factors of time, distance, kVp, and mAs Controls image quality, i.e. patient
positioning, compression, and image production.
Establish requirements of nonstandard examinations to determine technical factors, positioning and number
of images needed to satisfy the requirements.
Knowledge of radiation protection standards, devices, and techniques.
Performs necessary QC for modalities for which they are assigned. Interprets and applies radiation protection
standards and techniques.
Carry out a variety of digital radiology duties.
For example loading readers, pushing images to a Picture Archiving System (PACS)
workstation, electronic editing and annotating images.
Maintain and troubleshoot cassette readers, picture archiving systems (PACS), and various radiology Information
Technology (IT) equipment.
Performs a variety of difficult radiographic examinations. Conducts routine as well as complex exams and is qualified
in at least one other modality other than general Radiology.
Maintains all required trainings and experience requirements to retain qualifications.
Knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
Controls image quality, i.e.patient positioning, compression, and image production.
Establishes requirements of nonstandard examinations to determine technical factors, positioning and number of images
needed to satisfy the requirements.
Makes sound, well-informed and objective decisions; perceives the impact and implications of decisions; commits to
action, even in uncertain situations, to accomplish organizational goals;
Knowledge of and ability to deviate from the normal in nonstandard examinations and procedures to achieve the
highest quality images for the nonstandard patient, example: establish requirements of nonstandard examinations to
determine technical factors, positioning and number of images needed to satisfy
Maintains records of patient workload examinations, equipment, and radiation surveys.
Maintain data base records of patients examined, examinations performed, views taken, and technical factors
Represents the department in staff meetings to provide update of new developments in the field and exercises
judgment to evaluate their usefulness and recommend adoption by the clinic.
Plan and coordinate work operations in radiology department.
Requisition supplies to meet the needs of the department.
Other duties as assigned