Sonographer

  • MaineHealth
  • North Conway, Conway, NH, USA
  • Oct 09, 2021
Medical Imaging

Job Description

Summary

  Position Summary
  • Under the direction of a Radiologist, the Sonographer utilizes clinical and technical knowledge to obtain high quality sonographic images and detailed patient information that will provide the radiologist with the diagnostic information necessary for accurate interpretations. Performs a variety of adult and pediatric exams. Promotes a smooth flow of patients through the department and helps to create a calm and supportive atmosphere. Performs tasks as required, paying attention to detail and accuracy. Conducts all interactions with patients and personnel in a courteous, respectful manner while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Full time position on a rotating shift; 40 hours per week with weekend rotation.

Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

  • Education: Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, procedures, and equipment at a level generally acquired through a completion of an approved AMA school of ultrasound.
  • License/Certifications: RDMS required or ARRT equivalent required. CPR certification required. Must be licensed in the State of NH.
  • Experience: At least one year of experience preferred. High risk OB ultrasound experience is preferred but training will be provided. Completion of an approved Ultrasound program is required.
  • Analytical ability to identify and characterize pathology, appropriately image pathology and identify areas requiring further testing. Must be able to analyze quality of the scan.
  • Participates in continuing education and maintains knowledge through appropriate technical journals, in-services and education programs in order to maintain and enhance expertise.
  • Must have strong interpersonal skills.
  • Must be able to flex based on department volumes/demands.
  • Day shift with some weekend coverage.

For more information on career opportunities at Memorial Hospital, contact Beth Carpenter, Senior Talent Acquisition Partner at emcarpente@mainehealth.org or (603) 356-4939.