Location: St. Dominic Hospital
Department: RADIOLOGY-SPECIAL PROCED. - 7160
Employment Type: Full Time 80
Other Shift Details:
Job Code: 1660-10024
Produces vascular interventional radiographs of designated anatomical areas as ordered/directed, according to established practices and procedures.
Courses in Vascular Interventional procedures required; Associate's degree or graduate of a radiologic technology program preferred. Prefer sufficient previous experience in a radiology department, sufficient previous experience to have thorough knowledge of radiologic and Vascular Interventional terminology, practices and procedures along with physiology and human anatomy, and experience in Vascular/lnterventional procedures. At least one year of experience strongly preferred.
Must be Registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and MS licensure is required.
About St. Dominic’s:
St. Dominic’s is a 535-bed acute care hospital specializing in cancer treatment, women’s services, surgery, behavioral health programs and more. We believe that when you join St. Dominic’s as an employee, you join the St. Dominic’s family. Each employee is a valued member of the total care team whose ministry of Christian healing serves the individual needs of our patients. It’s the commitment of our employees that makes St. Dominic’s one of the leading healthcare providers in the southeast.
About Jackson, MS:
St. Dominic’s is located in Jackson, Mississippi which boasts various museums and parks as well as a coliseum that hosts events year round. Downtown is home to Jackson Convention Complex, Davis Planetarium and Thalia Mara Hall which presents concerts, ballets and operas. Ross Barnett Reservoir is available to the public for boating and fishing
Mississippi is known for long, sunny summers and short, temperate winters. A lower than average cost of living makes your dollar go further. The Jackson metropolitan area is roughly halfway between Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia and is approximately a 3 hour drive from New Orleans, Louisiana and Memphis, Tennessee.*