Radiologic Technologist

Requisition ID
Employment Type
Full Time
Hours / Pay Period
Standard Hours
Monday-Friday 7:30am - 4:00pm
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health


CommonSpirit Health was formed by the alignment of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Dignity Health. With more than 700 care sites across the U.S. & from clinics and hospitals to home-based care and virtual care services CommonSpirit is accessible to nearly one out of every four U.S. residents. Our world needs compassion like never before. Our communities need caring and our families need protection. With our combined resources CommonSpirit is committed to building healthy communities advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable and innovating how and where healing can happen both inside our hospitals and out in the community.


CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, now part of CommonSpirit Health formed between Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Dignity Health in early 2019, is proud to be the first hospital in Arkansas to achieve Magnet designation and our resignation for our continued commitment to nursing excellence and patient care. 

Many of our co-workers call CHI St. Vincent their home and their team family. As we look forward, we have established an empowering environment for CHI St. Vincent co-workers where professional development is encouraged and supported.


  1. Patient Assessment:
    1. Completes a comprehensive assessment on patients of all ages including patient screening and contraindications.
    2. Obtains pertinent medical history from patient by observation or with oral communication.
    3. Documentation:
    4. Utilizes patient clinical assessment and patient clinical history in making professional judgment that supports the plan of patient care and properly documents the patient assessment and clinical history.
    5. Exercises professional judgment in performance of services and maintains a demeanor complimentary to medical ethics.
    6. Capable of using EHR
    7. Documents pertinent medical history from patient on radiology request form.
    8. Uses immobilizing devices as required by the patient’s age, condition or the procedure as determined by patient assessment.
  2. Communication:
    1. Ensures that communication supports the plan of patient care.
    2. Communicates clearly with patients of all ages, peers and others in order to complete the hospital/physician plan of patient care.
    3. Notifies the patient’s attending physician or Radiologist of any patient issues that affect the plan of patient care as directed within the time frames identified in the Radiology Policy Manual.
    4. Procedures:
    5. Provides appropriate patient care during the correct performance of radiologic procedures.
    6. Performs appropriate patient care conditions essential for the completion of the procedure for patients of all ages.
    7. Performs radiologic procedures on patients of all ages properly, according to the Radiology Procedure Manual standard of obtaining diagnostic images.
    8. Performs venipuncture under the supervision of a physician on patients of all ages.
    9. Performs clerical tasks to support the patient plan of care.
    10. Assist the Radiologist within the radiographers’ scope of practice as directed by the physician.
  3. Education:
    1. Provides education for students, patients, self and others appropriate for the age that is being served.
    2. Provides clinical supervision for student Radiographers.
    3. Pursues educational self-development in order to maintain ARRT certification.
    4. Maintains Arkansas State licensure.
    5. Completes mandatory in-services.
    6. Maintains CPR certification according to Health Care Provider course standards by the American Heart Association.
    7. Attends school faculty meetings or monthly department meetings.
    8. Participates in continuous quality improvements activities. (CQI)
  4. Environment:
    1. Maintains a safe environment for patients, self and others.
    2. Ensure that all radiation safety standards are met for all age groups.


Registry eligible or Registered Radiographic Technologist certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT), or registry eligible technologist that will be required to pass the ARRT radiography certification within one (1) year of hire date.

Licensure for State of Arkansas.


Education: Graduate of a program of Radiologic Technology accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) or a graduate of a military program accredited by JRCERT.  Preferred: registered, certified or licensed in multimodalities such as CT, NM, PET, MRI, or US.


Experience: No experience required.


Physical Requirements: The physical activities involve balancing, climbing, crawling, grasping, kneeling, lifting, pulling, pushing, reaching, standing, stooping and use of fingers and repetitive movements.  An individual in this position may be required to carry or lift weight of up to fifty (50) pounds and push/pull one hundred/one hundred-fifty 100-150 pounds.  The sensory and communicative activities required for this position include feeling, hearing, seeing, smelling and speaking.  Individuals in this position could possibly be exposed to inside environmental conditions, blood borne pathogens and body fluids, chemical hazards, respiratory hazards and radiological hazards.


Skills:   Able to use complex imaging equipment and computers.  Demonstrates good interpersonal skills and readily adapts to changing events in the radiographic environment.


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