Position Summary

This position performs a variety of diagnostic cardiac/vascular and ultrasound exams for identification of abnormalities leading to patient diagnosis.  This position will also perform imaging (x-rays) for diagnostic purposes.  Must be willing to learn CT, any other modality will be a plus.


  • Must demonstrate technical competence for performance protocols specific to the department.
  • Echo and/or Vascular Competency.
  • Prepares for exam by following patient identification processes, educating patient and family on procedure. Performs ultrasound exams consistent with related protocols and in a timely manner. Ensures patient safety and comfort and achieves quality outcomes.
  • Provide care helping patients feel comfortable and at ease.
  • Perform ultrasound procedures consistent with training and licensure. Accomplishes this by following proper protocols, appropriate and effective use of equipment.
  • Answers phone calls and prioritizes and schedules exams.
  • Keep current on all required continuing education to meet state and Federal regulations.
  • Attend all hospital regulated meetings, and hospital regulated continuing education.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.
  • Complete necessary forms, complete exams in Cerner, and maintain procedure logs.  Ensure QC is completed and logged.
  • Maintain a clear, neat, and safe work environment for patients and staff.  Ensure that supplies have been stocked in work areas.
  • Be able to respond quickly in an emergent situation.
  • Utilizes sterile technique when required.  Remove any expired materials.
  • The technologist will not diagnose; this is the function of the physician or Radiologist.
  •  Seeks and accepts consultation and feedback for the purpose of maintaining or improving the quality of diagnostic ultrasound. 

Required Skill/Abilities

  • Registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
  • Registered ARDMS
  • Current Radiology Technologist (RT) licensure with the State of Utah
  • Basic life support (BLS) certification for healthcare providers.
  • Multi-modality in CT and X-Ray preferred but not required
  • Attention to detail, mathematical skills, and technical skills.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Understanding the use of software, such as medical image processing software
  • Ability to listen and understand spoken and written words and proper interpretations
  • Demonstrate competence in all relevant areas
  • Should be flexible, dependable and be able to demonstrate sound judgment

Physical Requirements

Hearing/Listening, Lifting, Manual Dexterity, Seeing, Standing.

Work Schedule & Benefits

  • Full-time hourly position, regular business hours, with on-call weekends and holidays as needed.
  • Benefits include medical, dental, vision, health savings account, life insurance, paid time off, and 457(b) match.