Radiology Technologist II, Angiography

Radiology/Imaging/Ultrasound Worcester, Massachusetts


Position at UMass Memorial Medical Center

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Requisition #: 202392
Title: Technologist, Radiography II – Angiography
Department: Angiography
Grade: TEC13
Posting Date: March 18, 2020
Shift:  Days
Status: Non-Exempt
Union:  SHARE
Hours: 40 hours
Shift Length: 10 hours
Location: UMass Memorial Medical Center – University Campus

Schedule is 4 - 10 hour shifts. Rotating through a 10 hour Saturday shift, 1st and 2nd call, as well as holiday and weekend call rotations.

Position Summary:

Performs angiography procedures using image–recording devices in order to assist physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of patients' illnesses and injuries. Performs related tasks such as assisting patients in positioning for correct anatomical exposure, maintaining order and cleanliness of work area and performing routine clerical tasks.

Major Responsibilities:
  • Prepares patient for exams as required and insures patient comfort and modesty at all times. Obtains and examines the requisition for an angiographic examination. Always uses two forms of patient identification before any procedure is performed, as well as perform final verification process to ensure correct patient, correct procedure, correct site, ensure consent form is obtained as per policy prior to commencement of any procedure.
  • Participates in patient transfers if needed, positions and instructs patients regarding the procedure in order to obtain the desired radiographic diagnostic results as specified by the physician. Ensures that exams requested match patient condition and/or history and verifies that the requested procedure is correct as needed. Utilizes immobilization and other devices for holding or positioning the patient as necessary. Understands the nature of the procedure to ensure proper imaging and that the proper equipment and supplies are available according to the Universal Protocol guidelines.
  • Selects correct imaging protocols. Performs imaging in accordance with department procedures. Sets up equipment as necessary and uses the proper imaging protocol and exposure factors to optimize the image exposure and reduce radiation dose. Adjusts techniques and factors to improve diagnostic image quality.
  • Assists physicians in the performance of specialized examinations by preparing equipment, syringes and contrast media, holding and turning patients, passing instruments and supplies. Following sterile technique procedures, scrubs in or acts as circulator as needed.
  • Operates x–ray equipment according to specific diagnostic procedure and in conformance to established routines and techniques. Works through radiologist requirements to provide appropriate views and provides additional views and variations of techniques as required by Radiologist. Thoroughly and clearly explains proper breathing instructions to the patient. Continually directs the patient during procedure

Position Qualifications:

IR Experience preferred



ARRT certification in Radiology is required. RTR licensure in Commonwealth Massachusetts is required. Additional formal training in vascular angiography is required. BLS certification is required.



Maintaining all area specific CEUs for ARRT, DPH according to regulation is required. Department-specific competencies, including age-specific competencies and their measurements, will be developed and maintained in the individual departments. The competencies will be maintained and attached to the departmental job description. Responsible managers will review competencies with position incumbents.

Standards of Respect:

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