Job Summary
Employment Type
Full Time
Years Experience
1 - 3 years
Salary
$92,160 - $135,852 Annual
Benefit Insights
Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
Vacation Leave
Flexible Schedules
Sick Leave
Work From Home
401(k)
403(b)
Holiday Pay
Health & Wellness Programs
Tuition Reimbursement
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
Medical Flexible Spending Account
Paid Parental Leave
Life Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Short-Term Disability
Long-Term Disability
Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
Job Description

Want to build something great?

Come join our Radiology leadership team at UW Medical Center – Northwest.

We are currently recruiting an Interventional Technologist Supervisor to augment our Leadership team.  In this role you will be leading the IR and Vascular interventional team and have responsibility for both daily operations but also long term planning for the future of this service which is rapidly expanding.

Join our award-winning team at UW Medical Center - Northwest. UW Medical Center - Northwest prides itself on compassionate patient care as well as its pioneering medical advances.  Along with our team of expert imaging technologists, we are committed to diagnosing illnesses and injuries quickly and effectively so treatment and recovery can begin.


Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

Leading:
Effectively delegates, manages change, sets expectations/goals, makes decisions, solves problems, as well as models fairness, respect, and accountability.

Building Relationships:
Fosters teamwork, collaborates to accomplish organization’s goals, inspires trust, deals effectively with conflict, collaborates with proper personnel in the delivery of patient care, safety, and streamlined business operations.

Standards & Accountability:
Identifies quality benchmarks, assesses departmental performance, designs improvement plans, promotes safety and security, assures compliance with regulations as well as policies and procedures.

Planning & Decision Making:
Develops goals and objectives in support of UW Medicine, develops and maintains policies and procedures, helps develops budgets, monitors/controls expenses to fit budget expectations, and works to improve department cost efficiency and productivity.

Communication:
Facilitates open communications and joint decision making with staff, and demonstrates effective interpersonal, verbal, writing, listening, and presentation skills.

Developing and Retaining Talent:
Interviews and hires staff, onboards and helps train new staff, evaluates staff performance/competency; coaches and provides corrective action when required, motivates and develops competent staff, facilitates continuous learning and development.

Clinical/Operations/Technical Coordination:
Schedules and directs daily work activities, evaluates patient flow and makes adjustments, assists with staff coverage issues, assists staff with problems and questions, acts as expert technical resources, establishes and updates exam procedures, protocols and policies. 

Quality Control/Assurance and Accreditation:
Maintains appropriate documentation and records necessary for accreditation by Joint Commission or other regulatory/accrediting bodies, maintains survey readiness, ensures that all department procedures and policies are in compliance, monitors Quality Assurance data and takes prompt action when problems occur, notifies assistant director or director in a timely manner of issues that supervisor cannot resolve.

Optimizes Productivity:
Maintains a cost-efficiency through the proper selection/inventory of supplies, expense control, and appropriate levels of staff for workload volume. Optimizes production, increases efficiency, decreases costs. Operates department within budget effectively using EPIC reporting, HBI, and Kronos Analytics.

Other:
Provides support and procedural coverage, maintain skill levels, assists with support and other duties (e.g., transporting, PACS or EPIC support, acts as “super-user” for departmental computer applications, as assigned, and takes call as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
- High School diploma (or GED) required.
- Completion of formal training in an AMA-approved Radiologic Technology Program or equivalent.
- A minimum of one year of experience performing the work of an Imaging Technologist Lead or Supervisor in Interventional Radiology.
OR equivalent education/experience

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Current Washington State license for Radiologic Technologist (RT).
- Current registration by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) AND registered or registry-eligible in an equivalent specialty areas.
- Current CPR certification (or obtain certification within 90-day probationary period).

DESIRED:
- A minimum of 5 years working as in Imaging Technologist  in Interventional Radiology.
 

Job ID: 350343923

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