Nov 07, 2022

Radiologic Technologist-Pain Care

$25.00 - $30.00 hourly
  • OrthoConnecticut
  • Danbury, CT, USA
Orthopaedic Surgeon (General)

Job Description


The Radiologic Technologist is responsible for operating Radiologic equipment to take clinical diagnostic X-Rays and C-arm fluoroscopic intraoperative imaging for orthopedic procedures as directed by physicians in addition to performing routine diagnostic procedures. Establish and maintains working relationships with colleagues, and physicians. The Radiologic Technologist must display interpersonal skills required for exercising judgment and discretion when dealing with all colleagues, patients, and physicians.

Schedule: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (no weekends)


  • 401(k) matching + profit sharing
  • Health/Dental/Vision Insurance
  • FSA/HSA options
  • Life insurance/AD&D/STD/LTD
  • Paid time off
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Wellness Program


  • High patient volume Radiology department
  • Ability to work under high-pressure situations
  • Exposure to communicable diseases, ionizing radiation and other conditions common to a medical office environment.


  • Positions patients and adjusts equipment for taking X-rays following established procedures.
  • Instruct patients regarding procedures and observes patients during examinations.
  • Follows prescribed safety standards in operating radiological equipment.
  • Selects length and intensity for radiation exposure by adjusting equipment as needed. Maintains excellent X-Ray quality.
  • Delivers x-ray to physicians for reading/interpretation.
  • Examines radiological for properties such as density and contrast, definition, magnification and distortion.
  • Maintain necessary supplies and/or accessories for the X-Ray unit and processor.
  • Maintains X-ray file system. This includes patient x-ray pickup, scanning x-rays from satellite offices to PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems).
  • Refer to weekly OR list for physicians, mail-outs, and computer knowledge and filing x-ray folders.
  • Maintains cast rooms.
  • Stocks necessary medical supplies.
  • Cleans and makes minor adjustments to Radiologic equipment.
  • Participates in training and training new X-Ray technicians.
  • Aids physicians by applying and removal of casts, suture removal, applying DMEs and dressing applications.
  • Maintains patient confidentially.
  • Maintains professional growth and licenses through educational programs, conferences and workshops.
  • Attends required meetings.
  • Performs related work as required.
  • Actively supports office staff in between taking x-rays during period of down-time.


  • Working knowledge of C-arm fluoroscopic intraoperative imaging for orthopedic procedures
  • Knowledge of anatomy and physiology sufficiently pinpoint area of radiography
  • Knowledge of radiology equipment and testing. Knowledge of safety hazards common to radiology including equipment, body mechanics and patient movement
  • Skilled in properly positioning patients to provide quality imaging
  • Skilled in trouble shooting equipment operation and performing simple adjustments
  • Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, staff, and the public
  • Ability to apply written guidelines and standardized work practices
  • Ability to identify problems
  • Ability to communicate clearly


Education: Completion of course in Radiologic Technology approved by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Experience: One year of experience as a Radiologic Technologist is preferred.


  1. Certification with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
  2. Current License with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
  3. Current License by State of Connecticut
  4. Continuing Education will be a required

OrthoConnecticut, delivering exceptional care and real results has always been our mission, though we did things a little differently when we opened our doors in 1954. Today, we provide orthopedic care in a new state-of-the-art Musculoskeletal Center of Excellence, in which we provide the full spectrum of high-quality services under one roof. Now we can diagnose and treat the complete range of musculoskeletal issues for all ages in one easily accessible location with minimal wait time and a more efficient patient experience. One thing that hasn't changed since in 1954: our commitment to you

OrthoConnecticut is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

The above statement reflects the general duties considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.

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