Join Glenwood Radiology
Are you an experienced Medical Radiation Technologist interested in joining Glenwood Radiology? Apply today to be a part of our growing family of amazing professionals working as part of our motivated, service driven team with great remuneration packages. We look forward to meeting you!
CLXT/MRT (Medical Radiation Technologist) Careers
Join us in changing our patients’ lives for the better and our goal is to help change yours too!
Since 2013, Glenwood Radiology has made its mark in providing quality diagnostic imaging services to its patients and referring physicians throughout Edmonton & surrounding areas, including rural Alberta. We offer Image-Guided Pain Management, Breast Imaging, Mammography, X-Ray, Bone Densitometry, General Ultrasound, MSK Ultrasound, OB Ultrasound and More. We provide prompt patient access, quality service, timely reports, optimal patient care in a sage and caring clinic environment.
Our success has created part and full time career opportunities for an experienced CLXT/MRT (Medical Radiation Technologist) at our clinics located in Edmonton and Spruce Grove. This individual is responsible for ensuring the success of our patient experience.
Medical Radiation Technologists (MRTs) use ionizing radiation imaging equipment to produce high quality radiographic images for interpretation by the Radiologist while maintaining a high standard of patient care and radiation safety. Medical Radiation Technologists at Glenwood Radiology produce images within the modalities of General X-Ray, Fluoroscopy, Mammography, and Bone Mineral Density (including Total Body Composition). MRTs are also responsible for completing study documentation, basic quality assurance procedures, troubleshooting, and contacting service/support as required.
Knowledge & Abilities
- Provides a high standard of patient care, prepares patients for examinations, and explains procedures.
- Has a thorough understanding of anatomy positioning, radiographic exposure, and radiation protection.
- Prepares, performs, reports, and records a variety of standardized and/or complex procedures, with attention to the welfare and comfort of the patient.
- Reports any recognized unusual or abnormal findings to the Radiologist.
- Responsible for the operation and basic maintenance of all digital equipment.
- Be knowledgeable of the basic infrastructure and operation of PACS, RIS & DICOM.
- Must be coachable, and open to feedback.
- Provide the highest level of patient care, service, and safety.
- Strives to minimize patient discomfort during procedures.
- Produce diagnostic quality radiographs as per the requisitioned orders with minimal supervision
- Performs all required radiographic examinations of patients using a variety of equipment and procedures.
- Performs all radiologist-approved specialized radiographic positioning for select referring physicians as directed.
- Ensures effective radiation protection and safety of patients, staff, and visitors.
- Assess patients and adapt radiographic positioning accordingly to the patient’s condition.
- Responsible for the general care and cleanliness of the radiographic area.
- Adheres to the company’s Positioning and Procedure Manual(s) for standardized examinations.
- Reporting and logging equipment errors
- Reporting malfunctions, calling service for correction and repair of errors on equipment.
- Performs and assists in a variety of standard and specialized procedures as set forth by the Radiologist.
- Assisting fellow radiographers and clinic staff with their workflow as needed.
- Participate in the quality control program as directed.
- Medication tray prep using sterile technique as per the radiologist’s indication.
- Conducting inventory counts and reporting shortages.
- Active membership in good standing with Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT)
- Active membership in good standing with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT)
- Continuing Competence Program (CCP) cycle hours must be completed accordingly as per provincial and federal regulations.
- Able to work with minimal supervision.
- Must have respirator fitting completed within the past 2 years.
- Valid First Aid and CPR certifications (Basic Cardiac Life Support)
- Clear Criminal & Vulnerable Sector Record Check
- A Valid Driver’s License and a Vehicle to travel between the three sites when required
- New graduates welcome
- Experience considered an asset