Supervisor - Imaging Services

How You ll Make a Difference

Plans, leads, supervises and coordinates the daily activities of the technical and support staff for an imaging modality or modalities in one or more of these areas: Diagnostic Imaging, Computerized Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ultrasound, and Interventional Radiology. This encompasses radiographicfluoroscopic rooms plus portable imaging modalities.

Oversees the day to day operations of the imaging department which include organizing staff schedules and coverage needs, maintaining productivity and quality standards. Oversees staff activities, monitors room utilization and provides work direction to technical nursing staff as necessary. Serves as a resource for interpretation, education and implementation of policies and procedures.

Recommends, develops, implements, and maintains quality assurance and performance improvement programs, which include evaluation of costs, patient care, and radiation or patient safety in all areas of responsibility.

Maintains a direct line of communication with the department leaders, technologists, radiologists, and other departments to assure the optimum in patient flow and patient care.

Plans, organizes, establishes and maintains technical and system changes and improvements that are cost effective and benefit patient care.

Identifies and participates in the resolution of interdepartmental problems and recommends changes as defined by observed trends. Investigates patient, family, physician, nursing, andor hospital staff complaints and responds to suggestions and complaints in a timely manner.

Participates in the budget process and is responsible for operating within budgetary allocations. Initiates, participates, and assists in the research, purchase, and implementation of capital acquisitions.

Participates and assists in the development and maintenance of job descriptions, policies and procedures and operating protocols for the department.


License & Certifications

Radiographer license issued by the state of Wisconsin, and

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