Radiology Tech, Traveling Support Team

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All Shifts Available

Job Location

Springfield, Illinois


Using independent judgment, perform radiographic and fluoroscopic procedures utilizing a variety of Radiology equipment in applying prescribed ionizing radiation to patients for diagnosis and treatment.

Required Skills

  • Perform a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic, portable, and surgical procedures on patients of all ages, according to established standards, policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines.
  • Maintain technical skills relating to the manipulation of imaging factors.
  • Maintain skills in performing emergency and routine patient care as required.
  • Maintain technical skills in performance of portable radiographic imaging, both with static and fluoroscopic equipment
  • Maintain technical skill with the performance of trauma imaging, bariatric imaging (including the operation of bariatric patient transfer devices), imaging in ICU environments, and imaging in neonatal environments.
  • Maintain an excellent guest relations rapport with patients, visitors, Physicians and fellow employees.
  • Utilize proper infection control practices per the department procedure manual.
  • Monitor the condition of equipment and supplies to ensure safe and efficient operations of the department.
  • Ensure proper recording and transmission of patient information.
  • Ensure the safety of patients, visitors and employees.
  • Take call required to assigned section of the department.
  • Provide supervision, guidance and instruction to Radiography Students.
  • Provide a Great Patient Experience by employing A.I.D.E.T and “Greet and Feet”.
  • Performs other related work as required or requested.

Required Experience


  • Registered radiographer (ARRT-R) in good standing or registry eligible. If not otherwise specified by the professional licensing body, the maximum allowable time to practice in a “registration pending” status is three months.
  • Active license required in radiography from the IEMA Division of Nuclear Safety.
  • Maintain BLS CPR Certification.

Memorial Traveling Support Team Program Requirements: 

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience practicing in specialty being considered for
  • Minimum of 1 year experience traveling in specialty being considered for
  • Must be willing to flex between any of Memorial Health Affiliate locations (mid assignment or upon accepting extension of assignment)
  • Must be willing to work every other weekend and any Holiday that is observed over the course of assignment

Using independent judgment, perform a variety of procedures utilizing sonography equipment. Education:

Completion of an approved ultrasound program required.

Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Excellent interpersonal and guest relations skills required. Moderate physical effort.