X-Ray / Radiology Technologist
Our Fairfax, VA office is seeking a full-time, Part-time Radiology Technologist ($26-$30/hour). The Radiology Technologist is responsible for performing a wide variety of imaging exams using the EOS radiographic equipment. This individual is responsible for troubleshooting basic maintenance issues and resolving issues related to processing and archiving the images in the system. The position requires the ability to skillfully perform Cobb angle measurements and accurately record, process and maintain patient data. The individual will work closely with other Radiology Technologists.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
· Minimum of three years of experience as a Radiology Technologist (preferred)
· Strong knowledge of clinical and medical terminology
· Experience performing diagnostic procedures and analyzing information
· Strong attention to detail and follow-up skills
· Ability to effectively manage tasks and assignments with competing priorities and deadlines
· Exceptional interpersonal skills
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Strong service orientation
· High level of flexibility and ability to adapt quickly to situations and patient needs
· Intellectual curiosity and desire to learn new tasks and techniques
· Strong work ethic and ability to work additional hours as needed
· Ability to travel occasionally between Fairfax, Virginia and Towson, Maryland offices is a bonus
· High school diploma, GED or equivalent work experience. Associates degree or additional education is a plus
· Valid and current state radiology license and registration with The American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT)
· Complete and maintain continuing education requirements
· Proficiency in MS Office Suite.
· Experience with Electronic Medical Record Systems (ADV MD, Epic, etc.)
Our Fairfax, VA office is seeking a Certified Orthotist, CO or CPO, to consult, provide, and fabricate custom TLSOs for scoliosis and spinal disorder patients. The responsibilities for this position also include managing comprehensive patient care—patient assessment, formulation of a treatment plan, implementation of the treatment plan, follow-up care, and collaboration with the patient’s physician. The individual must be knowledgeable with (and eager to learn) current trends in the scoliosis orthotic industry and must possess excellent interpersonal skills.
One Year Fellowship in Scoliosis Management
Our Fairfax, VA office is accepting applications for a Certified Orthotist (as described above) to work as a mentee under Luke Stikeleather – founder, president and chief orthotist of the National Scoliosis Center, for one year. Our fellowship opportunity allows for a CO to learn about complete scoliosis management.
Applicants should email a resume and a list of three references to Taylor Danmyer.