Located in Belleville, Clara Maass Medical Center is a facility of RWJBarnabas Health and provides a complete continuum of care to residents of northern New Jersey. With over 700 physicians and 2,100 employees, we offer advanced treatment for a wide variety of medical conditions. Our facility includes centers for advanced wound care, sleep disorders, bariatrics, orthopedics cardiac services, cancer care, emergency services, and more. In 2017, the Medical Center completed a state-of-the-art campus expansion featuring a new four-story 87,000 square foot building with a private, 32-bed Intensive Care Unit, new Main Entrance and Lobby, Retail Pharmacy, Patient Registration Area and a recently expanded Emergency Department.
Clara Maass Medical Center has been recognized nationally for its quality and patient safety by Healthgrades and by the Leapfrog Group, having earned its twelfth Grade A in 2019. The Medical Center has received Disease Specific Care Certification from the Joint Commission for Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), Congestive Heart Failure, Hip Replacement, Knee Replacement, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Advanced Certification in Palliative Care and is listed by the American Hospital Association as one of Healthcare s Most Wired hospitals. In 2018, the Medical Center earned designation in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
We are seeking a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for our growing Radiology team. Under the direction of the Lead Technologist and/or Radiologist, the incumbent will perform a variety of technical procedures which will require independent judgement, ingenuity, and initiative in utilization of radionuclides for the diagnosis and therapy of disease in humans. In addition, you will also be responsible and accountable for the following duties:
Perform all Nuclear Medicine and SPECT/CT procedures with minimal supervision on patients of all age groups, as directed by a Nuclear Medicine physician or a radiologist.
Manage the quality control for all equipment/radiopharmaceuticals.
Administer radiopharmaceuticals to patients intravenously, orally or by inhalation.
Perform imaging procedures; maintain reliable records under guidelines of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Attend the Quality Assurance Improvement Education Program.
Demonstrate patient care and safety by observing patient's condition at all times.
Be responsible for reporting identified safety issues such as hazardous environments (i.e. damaged floors/walls/ceiling tiles/unsecured areas) and medical errors, etc.
Be flexible to any related duties, as assigned.
Committed to high standards of productivity.
Motivated to provide exceptional customer service.
Willing to take action and eager to tackle new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
Adaptable in your approach and demeanor in real time to match the shifting demands of different situations.
A good decision maker, with proven success of making timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward.
Adept at planning and prioritizing work to meet commitments aligned with organizational goals.
Graduated from an accredited Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.
Been registered by the A.R.R.T. or the N. M.T.C.B.
A valid State of New Jersey License.
Maintained the required BLS Heart Saver/Health Care Provider course completion status.