Titles in the rapidly expanding Technical Radiology category all require a college degree and certification or licensure in their area of expertise. A Radiologic Technologist's responsibilities include explaining procedures to patients, positioning patients and equipment, performing examinations, developing film, and maintaining and operating specialized radiologic equipment. You may become specialized in a particular radiographic procedure, such as MRI Technicians or CT Technicians. Most positions include a comprehensive Union benefits package and competitive salaries.
If you are searching for work as a Radiologic Technologist, our Employment Service can assist you in obtaining employment in the following job titles:
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Radiation Therapy Technologist