Diagnostic Imaging Technician Supervisor
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
200 Westboro Rd
North Grafton, MA 01536
About the Job:
The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in North Grafton, Massachusetts
provides 24-hour care of small animals, large animals and exotic species 365 days of the year. Since
1985, we have offered high quality medical care, consultation, referral and emergency veterinary
services on a beautiful New England Campus.
The Diagnostic Imaging (DI) department provides clinical support to the small and large animal hospitals and academic support of the teaching mission of the Department of Clinical Sciences. Being the only service integrated with all of our on-site hospitals a diverse and exciting caseload is seen ranging from the smallest exotics to large animals from the local zoos.
The Cummings School's state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging suite includes a 3 Tesla magnet MRI unit, two ultrasound rooms, a fully equipped nuclear medicine suite and a helical multislice CT unit. Both
the MRI and CT suites are the only units of their kind serving equine and companion animals in New
England. In addition, traditional radiology services include four fully digital (filmless) X-ray rooms that
support an active interventional radiology program. We have also just received funding to upgrade our
existing CT unit to augment our equine capabilities even more.
With this growth and the overall increase in demand for high level specialty care we are now seeking a
talented Diagnostic Imaging Supervisor to help lead the growing team. If you are looking for an amazing opportunity to put your technical and leadership skills to great use this is the position for you. This position also oversees the educational experience of veterinary students on each rotation. You will assist in student teaching, guidance to house officers and ensure quality imaging services to a variety of clinicians with clinical cases and research projects.
Working at Tufts:
Some of the many perks of working at Tufts include exceptional compensation, a sign on bonus after 6
months of successful employment, flexible schedules, on-call and emergency stipends, access to
numerous CE resources and a CE allowance including a stipend to attend National conferences,
Medical/Dental/Vision, retirement savings plans, legal services plan, generous paid vacation, sick time
and holidays, long-term disability, Employee Assistance Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, tuition
reimbursement, pet care benefits and many discounts that come with being a Tufts University
To formally apply and see information on specific positions please visit the University website, here.
Do you have additional questions or are you looking for any other positions in Diagnostic Imaging? If so
please reach out directly to: Jessica Boyle, Asst. Director of Veterinary Nursing at email@example.com
An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.
Equal Opportunity Employer - minority/females/veterans/disability/sexual orientation/gender identity
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Job Posted Date: May 9, 2022
Diagnostic Imaging Technician
Puget Sound Vet Specialists
1730 Pottery Avenue, Suite 120
Port Orchard, WA 98366
About the Job:
Part Time (with potential for full time) - Open to consider all options for scheduling
Puget Sound Veterinary Specialists (PSVS) is a new specialty hospital in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. We are a progressive and inclusive practice, started with the vision of breaking the mold of veterinary medicine that is rife with burnout and compassion fatigue. Our core values of Respect, Integrity, Compassion, and Humility with the overarching "Do The Right Thing" are the backbone and framework of how we practice medicine, care for ourselves, each other, our patients and their families. We prioritize quality of life and work-life balance to give time to enjoy everything the beautiful PNW has to offer.
Our technical and support staff are highly valued and cherished as critical members of the team, which is evident in our shared bonus structure that is provided to all support staff as the hospital grows. In addition to exemplary specialty and emergency medicine, we maintain a collaborative and collegial working environment that supports continued growth and learning in our hospital at all levels.
We are looking for a highly skilled and motivated individual to join our diagnostic imaging team. This unique career opportunity has the potential to grow into a role that will help develop our future radiology department. The ideal candidate is compassionate, humble, and honest. You will utilize your skills and learn new and advanced techniques while working with a team that functions with a great deal of autonomy and responsibility.
We pride ourselves on providing an environment where team members feel safe to learn and seek guidance from one another. At PSVS, you will join a family of veterinary professionals that love to support and encourage each other.
Minimum qualifications for this position include:
- High school diploma or GED required
- Experience with advanced diagnostic imaging required (veterinary or human medicine)
- Current Washington State Veterinary Technician License (preferred, not required)
- A criminal background check will be required for all positions that handle controlled substances within our
Essential Job Functions:
- Work directly with radiologists and clinicians to obtain quality diagnostic images
- Utilization of the Toshiba Aquilion 128 slice CT machine
- Patient positioning and restraint techniques
- Proper utilization of PPE
- Collaborate with team members and other services to optimize efficiency
- Proper handling of hospital diagnostic imaging equipment
- Facilitating timely equipment maintenance and repair
- Potential in the future for MRI, fluoroscopy, x-ray and other advanced imaging
- Potential in the future for training existing and new team member
- Knowledge of the principles of computed tomography
- Knowledge of veterinary patient anatomy
- Knowledge of positioning requirements for specific imaging studies
- Ability to troubleshoot imaging errors and equipment function
- Accurate drug dosage calculations for imaging contrast studies
- Ability to work in a changing environment
- Dedication to lifelong learning and continuous improvement
Benefits (for full time employees):
- Quarterly bonus program for all team members
- Health, dental, vision and life insurance
- Health savings account
- Paid time off
- 401(k) with 3.5% company matching
- Wellness program for employee pets
- Discounted services
- Uniform allowance
- CE allowance
- Professional development assistance
- Employee assistance program
Are you an LVT with an interest in pursuing a VTS? If you wish to receive specialist level certification, we
will provide you with advanced training and financially support that goal. You will receive a $1,000 bonus
when you are invited to sit for the exam and a $4,000 bonus when you pass your exam.
Join our movement to improve the lives of veterinary healthcare workers and work alongside some pretty amazing people. PSVS was founded to offer people a place of employment where the support staff is as valued as the doctors. All employees at PSVS are treated with respect regardless of title or position. We are devoted to building a workspace that integrates mindfulness and wellbeing and want to help you re-discover your professional purpose and passion for helping animals.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please reach out to us by sending your cover letter and resume to our Director of Nursing, Nicole Pambianchi, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you!
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Job Posted Date: April 1, 2022
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