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This position is responsible for modality area staff observation while ensuring cost effective, high quality imaging services in the modality area. Modeling and accomplishing the goals, core values, and essential job functions along with oversight of regulatory and professional standards that together support and maintain a patient and family centered focused service.
Provides direction for given area imaging modality operations through demonstration of leadership skills which include technical competency, modeling the Language of Caring, completion of leadership coursework, completing Kronos timekeeping activities, selection of new personnel, and demonstration of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Culture and Service Statements, vision, mission, and core values.
Develops goals and objectives to maximize productivity of staff to facilitate operational efficiency.
Produces and evaluates images to assist the radiologist with timely interpretation of imaging exams for treatment and plan of care for patients.
Adheres to radiology specific policies in regards to patient safety.
Monitors and enhances patient and employee satisfaction survey results, employee engagement surveys and patient satisfaction surveys which are used to identify performance improvement opportunities; recommends and implements action plans for improvement.
Oversees modality area orientation, staff technical and support competencies, and ensures that staff development initiatives are documented and completed annually.
Defines and monitors measureable outcomes that pertain to HERO reports, Quality Initiatives, ACR accreditation and/or Joint Commission standards.
Assists with budget development and monitoring of monthly variances.
Satisfactory completion of a formal Radiologic Technology Program in an AMA approved school.
Registered by ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists).
Licensed by the State of Florida to work in CT and must have ARRT credential in CT.
ARRT credential in MRI.
ARRT credential in Cardiac Interventional Radiography, Vascular Interventional Radiography, or Cardiovascular Interventional Radiography.
3 years of clinical modality experience.
Current CPR, AHA certification.
Demonstrated creativity and shown the ability to guide others through change and to new levels of understanding while building positive, constructive relationships; promote diplomacy while being assertive, encouraging, and results-oriented.
Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.