HSHS Medical Group

O'Fallon , IL

Special Procedure Tech III

HSHS Medical Group
O'Fallon, IL Full-time
Posted on February 7, 2019

Special Procedure Tech III ($5,000 Sign-on Bonus*) | Full-time | Days

Position Summary

Performs diagnostic and interventional imaging procedures in a clinical setting. Operates conventional, fluoroscopic or radiology equipment to obtain images of designated body parts according to physician specifications and/or orders. Assists the physician with the performance of various diagnostic and interventional procedures, by monitoring, passing instruments and catheters, observing patient response to procedure, maintaining sterile field, interpreting and evaluating diagnostic data to be utilized by the physician.   Supports the education, training, quality improvement process in the department and excels in a subspecialty area of expertise.




Associates degree, Bachelors degree, or Certificate program considered.



6 Year(s)-Radiology-Required


Minimum of four years experience as a Special Procedures Technologist. Cross-trained and able to rotate to perform at least three functional skill sets as delegated in any diagnostic or interventional case type.  Exemplary practice in a sub-specialty area; able to provide training and development for personnel with regard to this specialty. Able to function under stress, be knowledgeable of sterile techniques, and have the ability to learn the mathematical calculations relative to the procedure.



Certifications, Licenses and Registrations

Licensed in the state of practice-Required

American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT)-Required

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)-Required


HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

*Subject to eligibility requirements.
Additional Information


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