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Job Details

MRI Technologist

Date Posted: 05/23/2024

Requisition Number: 6972

Location: CHA Cambridge Hospital

Work Days: 7-5:30pm E/O Wknds CH, Every Mon & Tues 9:30a-8p

Category: Radiology

Department: MRI at CH

Job Type: Part time

Work Shift: Day /Evenings

Hours/Week: 30

Union: No

Union Name: Non Union


The CHA Imaging department provides advanced medical imaging services led by a team of board-certified physicians, certified technologists and service-oriented staff . We offer a full complement of imaging services including a 128-slice CT and a wide bore 1.5T MRI. We also offer interventional radiology services, diagnostic X-ray, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine. We are accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) which demonstrates our commitment to the safest and best quality care possible.


Performs a wide range of routine and emergent MR procedures. Must be capable of working independently, unsupervised in a fast paced setting. Must possess a wide range of technical knowledge. Must be able to make advanced clinical imaging decisions. Must possess good communication skills and meet service excellence standards.

This is a network position and may require assignments at multiple locations.

This position reports to MR Network Manager.

Duties/Responsibilities: Candidate will competently perform a variety of MRI exams in accordance with accepted standards of practice, including administering contrast agents.

Manage department workflow to ensure safe and timely care of all patients.
Adhere to TJC, ACR and departmental standards.
Provide patients with reassurance to assure patient cooperation required for quality exams.
Provide complete documentation for patient care.
Maintain appropriate CEUs for continued registry by ARRT.
Interact professionally with a diverse stream of patients, family, and other staff at all times.

Qualifications/Requirements: ARRT Registered or registry eligible. If registry eligible, must be registered in MRI within 6 months of hire.
Primary or secondary certification by the ARRT in MRI.
BCLS certification required.
Knowledge and understanding of general anatomy, physiology and medical terminology.
Experience with Siemens, Epic, and McKesson PACS strongly preferred

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