Quality Temp Staffing is the leading medical registry for more than 30 years. QTS is composed of a dedicated staff devoted in providing medical professionals opportunities to extend their knowledge and further their careers. We match job seekers with fantastic healthcare facilities all throughout the LA County. You will be working with an award-winning team with an impressive record of accomplishment.
We are currently seeking a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for a floater position at an on-site facility in the Los Angeles area in California. New grads are welcome to apply. (Note: Applicants must reflect requirements below in order to be considered for the position.)
Conducts diagnostic and evaluative studies and provides therapies by utilizing the nuclear properties of radioactive and stable isotopes.
Registers patients by confirming patient identification; reviewing consultation requests; checking for special instructions; consulting with the radiologist; entering anticipated services to patient log.
Comforts patients and their families by answering questions; responding to requests; elaborates on pending/current procedure and nuclear medicine equipment.
Treats patients by performing imaging and flow study procedures; operating radioscopic equipment to conduct tests; preparing and dispensing radiopharmaceuticals.
Monitors patients during treatment by maintaining vital signs records; recognizing emergency patient conditions; initiating life-saving first aid; performing x-ray fluorescence scanning.
Prepares reports by collecting, inputting, and retrieving study data on radiology management system.
Maintains nuclear medicine equipment and supplies by cleaning equipment; troubleshooting problems; performing preventive maintenance; arranging for repairs; maintaining supply inventory levels; completing and placing supply requisitions; restocking supply storeroom.
Maintains quality results by following and enforcing radiation safety standards.
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
Provides information to help physicians diagnose patient illnesses
Gains patient cooperation
Prepares patient for procedure
Minimizes radiation to patient and staff
Complies with federal, state, and local legal and professional requirements
401(k) Tax-Deferred Retirement Plan with Employer Match
Unparalleled Personal Attention/24-hour Support
Permanent Placement Options
Daily - Full or Half Days
Short Term / Long Term
On Call or After Hours (Technologists)
Temporary to Permanent Positions
Valid State of California Nuclear Medicine Technology (CNMT)
Valid National Certification of Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMTCB)
Valid State of California Venipuncture/IV Contrast License
A minimum 2 years’ experience within the past 36 months performing Nuclear Medicine Studies
CPR Card for Healthcare provider (AHA Approved Course)
Current PPD/TB or Chest XR (Within past 12 months)
MMR, Varicella, and Hepatitis B - Vaccination Records or Titers
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