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Radiology Supervisor

Chinese Hospital | San Francisco Bay Area

About This Role

Department

Radiology

Reports to

Director of Radiology

Type

Full Time

Requisition #

12496

This is a supervisory position for coverage of the Radiology Department. The Radiology Supervisor assists the Director of Radiology in supervising and coordinating the activities of the radiology, mammography, nuclear medicine, CT, and ultrasound staff. He/She assumes responsibility and accountability for the management of the Radiology Department in the absence of the Director of Radiology. The Radiology Supervisor is also responsible for the supervision and evaluation of nursing personnel in his/her designated shift. Assists the Director of Radiology with departmental activities, relative to the improvement of patient care, quality assurance and personnel performance. Maintains appropriate standards of quality; supervises all technical aspects of the department concerning services, programs and the evaluation of the services. Helps oversee the day-to-day operations of the department.

  • Supervises the radiology department in conjunction with the radiology department manager.
  • Complies with all essential duties and responsibilities of the radiology or nuclear medicine technologist.
  • Assists the Director of Radiology with supervising and coordinating the daily radiologic activities of the department. Plans and coordinates work with other departments as needed.
  • Assists the Director of Radiology with planning and organizing programs, which encourage safe radiologic practice, and ensures the safety of patients, staff and visitors.
  • Responsible for managing and updating all records related to employee attendance and schedules. Approves time-off requests and ensures timely submission of timecards to the payroll department. Provides for the necessary personnel coverage for all shifts and ensures that work is completed within a reasonable time frame.
  • Assists the Director of Radiology with coordinating and overseeing the orientation of all new employees and the training/retraining of all Radiologic Services staff to ensure the competency of all staff.
  • Assists in the continuous analysis and evaluation of the Radiology services staff by the use of staffing utilization studies, performance improvement activities, and performance evaluations. Helps prepare annual performance evaluations for all staff. Provides input with employee hiring.
  • Acts a role model for staff. Functions as relief staff as needed during high volume times.
  • Acts as a resource to radiology team for imaging technical and/or functional direction and support to employees and medical staff.
  • Helps ensure that staff is provided with resources and technology necessary to provide excellent customer service while ensuring that safe radiology practice standards are met and maintained. Helps lead and coordinate department in-service training.
  • Helps maintain all equipment in good working condition and coordinates all preventative maintenance activities.
  • Promotes and maintains a safe working environment and ensures safe conduct in all aspects of job performance.
  • Assists the Director of Radiology to ensure compliance with patient care and medical practice standards. Reviews images from procedures taken by departmental staff to ensure optimal quality. Provides feedback or in-service training as needed to improve performance.
  • Follows Hospital and Department policies and procedures at all times, including but not limited to: Administrative Manual, Environment of Care, Human Resources, Infection Control, Corporate Compliance, Code of Ethics, etc. Responsibilities include reporting of suspected violations.
  • Customer Service Provides excellent customer service and shows compassion to all patients, visitors and co-workers. Seeks feedback to ensure all needs are met. Anticipates and recognizes the concerns of others, even if those concerns are not openly expressed.
  • Communication ­– Keeps manager and team informed of progress, problems, development and plans. Gets along and interacts positively with co-workers and others.
  • Accepts and performs other duties as assigned.

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred, and a current Radiology or Nuclear Medicine Technology certificate or license from an accredited diagnostic imaging program approved in California.
  • California State Licensure-Active (CRT or CNMT)
  • Current CPR Certification (BLS)

While performing the duties of this job, staff is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, and/or listen. He/she uses his/her hands to do computer work, write reports, do equipment set-up/cleaning/storage, clerical support, etc. He/she will be using the phone frequently. Good vision is needed to be able to read schedules, enter accurate data, etc. He/she must have good general health and demonstrate emotional stability so as to carry out the above-enumerated duties.

  • Able to lift up to 30 pounds.
  • Stand, walk, and move 50% of the day.
  • Use proper body mechanics when handling equipment.

Complies with Chinese Hospital Compliance Handbook including Code of Ethics and all statutes, regulations, guidelines applicable to federal and state programs. Responsibilities include, following the guidelines and reporting suspected violations of any statute, regulations, agreements or guidelines applicable to all healthcare programs.

Starting at $62.81-$94.13/hour. The salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to, internal equity, experience, education, specialty and training. This pay scale is not a promise of a particular wage.

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