UTMB Health Radiologic Technologist - Diagnostic Radiology, Adult (Sat - Mon, nights) in Galveston, Texas
Radiologic Technologist - Diagnostic Radiology, Adult (Sat - Mon, nights)
Galveston, Texas, United States
Requisition # 2206308
Provides patient care and technical skills in the operation of diagnostic radiographic equipment for diagnostic and evaluation purposes.
This position is a direct patient care position performing diagnostic radiographic imaging in the inpatient, emergency room, portable and operating room environments. You will be part of an imaging team at the first medical school in the State of Texas with a long history of producing top physicians from across the globe.
REQUIRED EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:
Associates degree or radiologic graduate from an accredited radiography program, ARRT (R) registered or registry eligible and Certified as a Medical Radiologic Technologist by the Texas Medical Board.
Why choose the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB)?
Aside from offering an environment where teamwork, camaraderie and work-life balance are valued, UTMB offers unique benefits, including:
Teachers Retirement Plan (Pension). Working for UTMB, you can choose to enroll in the Teachers Retirement pension plan, a benefit in which the State of Texas will pay you regular payments from the day you retire, for as long as you live! This money is above and beyond any Social Security benefits you may be eligible for or any other monies you have saved for retirement.
Retirement Health Insurance . If you work for UTMB a minimum of 10 years, once you retire you and your spouse/partner are eligible for health insurance, above and beyond that of Medicare, for the rest of your life! With the cost of health care, this is an amazing benefit many do not know about.
Why UTMB Galveston Campus?
Choosing a career on the Galveston campus means you are choosing a life of balance. Living near water provides fresh air, helps your immune system, promotes better sleep and allows you to become closer with nature.
The Galveston Imaging Team partners with the Dolphin and Turtle rescue programs of Galveston to provide emergency imaging. Yes, we image dolphins!
Some of us also take shifts combing the beaches searching for turtle nests, and many are divers, fishermen/women and boaters. We also get together and play volleyball against other hospital teams.
In short, joining Galveston Imaging means you are joining a family that appreciates the science and technology of our profession but balances it with a lifestyle of flipflops, coverups and fun.
Another secret of the Galveston campus is that should your children graduate from any High School in the Galveston College taxing district they are eligible for a Universal Access scholarship, which covers two years of tuition at Galveston Community College! Plus, an additional program called Universal Access Plus covers books and required course equipment up to $2,100. Yes, college paid for!! Yes, college can be fully paid for!! In two years, your child could have a career earning real money and not be paying college debt.
Click here to view all the programs Galveston College provides.
Visit the Ball High School Career Technology Education Program to learn about the unique opportunities its academic communities focus on, including:
BIOMED, which features one of the only synthetic cadavers in the greater Houston area! Students in Ball’s BioMed Community get a hands-on experience at learning what normally happens in medical school!
Ball’s Science, Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) community has multiple 3D printers to build custom parts for projects.
The Media Arts & Digital Technology Community has real working film studios with green screens where students can learn to be filmmakers, animate videos, design webpages and create video games.
The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Community allows for real experience in writing business plans and becoming an entrepreneur and business owner.
Qualifications - External
Saturday - Monday, night shift
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