3D Lab – Analyst of Advanced Imaging
Radia is one of the largest, most progressive medical imaging groups in the nation and we are looking for hard working, tech savvy, quality oriented healthcare individuals to join our team!
Radia’s mission is to deliver the highest quality patient centered care through collaborative partnerships, innovative technology and customized service solutions. Patients are our number one priority and we are committed to hiring staff who take pride in delivering excellence in patient care, customer service, technology support and operations. Radia is a place where you will make a real difference for our patients, your team, and for yourself.
The Analyst of Advanced Imaging assists Radiologists through the post-acquisition processing of image data for neurological, musculoskeletal, and body-related exams. You will become proficient utilizing a suite of specialized clinical applications, training is provided.
*** All Candidates must be available Monday through Friday from 3:30pm-12:00am for approximately 6-8 weeks of training***
Post Training Shift: Monday through Tuesday 10:00am-6:30pm; Wednesday through Friday 3:30pm-12:00am
Post-Processing: Performs post-acquisition processing of data to produce clinically relevant and useful images, parametric maps and segmentation. Can troubleshoot when issues arise and can problem solve when new processing is requested.
Relationships: Maintains collegial, professional and effective relationships with radiologists, clinical staff, imaging assistants, IT staff and hospital partners. Is able to provide preliminary assessments, summarize processed data and communicate this information with the Radiologist.
Practice Building: Supports advanced imaging data acquisition, image analysis and presentation of findings. Participates in our quality program, making necessary corrections as needed to maintain quality standards.
Data Analysis/Reporting: Designs reports and graphs that provide meaningful, readable information. Maintains exam logs and tracks post-processing failures. Supports the standardization of imaging protocols within Radia and with hospital partners.
Education and Experience
Experience: Work experience as a radiologic technologist preferred but not required. Application training will be provided.
Education: Associates degree required.
Certifications: Washington State Radiologic Technologist - Diagnostic license required (Washington State X-ray license, ARRT).
We offer market-competitive compensation and a full range of benefits, including:
A choice of two health plans, flexible spending and health savings accounts
A 401(k) with a profit-sharing component
Paid time off and holiday pay
Life and disability insurance
Learning opportunities through professional development programs