NAVIX Job Posting for an Experienced Cardiovascular Technologist in Metro New York
If you are a registered cardiovascular technologist with 1-2 years of experience and are passionate about the early diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, we want to talk to you!
NAVIX Job Posting for Experienced Registered Cardiovascular Technologist
Job Title: Full-time Registered Cardiovascular Technologist (RVT/RVS and RDCS/RCS)
Location: Metro New York, United States
Job Description for Cardiovascular Technologist:
The Registered Cardiovascular Technologist job requires the sonographer / technologist to utilize high frequency sound waves to produce ultrasound images and related data used by physicians to render a medical diagnosis and perform the following duties.
Cardiovascular Technologist Job Summary:
- Ensure proper garment are worn by patient during test and explain procedures to obtain cooperation and reassure patient.
- NAVIX Cardiovascular Technologists are expected to perform echocardiogram and/or stress echocardiogram and vascular ultrasound under supervision of a physician in accordance with Navix and/or site protocols. Vascular ultrasound procedures may include but are not limited to cerebrovascular, transcranial Doppler, extremity arterial, extremity venous, visceral vascular.
- Follow the company’s Cardiovascular Quality Assurance (QA) protocols with the exception of physician’s specific requests.
- In a hospital setting, the Cardiovascular Technologist determines priority for requested inpatient and outpatient studies and revise schedules as needed to perform emergency studies in agreement with the hospital department supervisor or attending physician.
- Experienced Cardiovascular Technologist will recognize important and life threatening abnormalities on the studies and inform the account supervisor, interpreting or attending physician before the patient leaves the testing site or as physician instructs.
Read on to learn more about NAVIX Cardiovascular Technologist Opportunity:
- Communicate to the physicians regarding findings with the process determined by account.
- Cardiovascular Technologist ensures patient safety by following company procedures and protocol.
- Maintain and clean equipment as directed by suggested manufacturer guidelines. Report any equipment difficulties or failures as soon as possible using the process on the Navix Equipment Incident Form.
- Frequently move equipment/machine for testing purposes.
- Maintain supplies for testing sites or keep appropriate materials as personal stock if in a mobile setting.
- Thoroughly complete all paperwork (i.e. technical log sheets, billing requisitions). Obtain proper exam order with the corresponding diagnosis as well as obtain patient’s signature for authorization for performing the test.
- Report any incidents (i.e. coding of a pertinent, needle sticks, patient falling, etc.) by following the incident report procedures as well as notify your immediate supervisor within 24 hours.
- Communicate with VPO on a regular basis regarding work schedules.
- Attend yearly OSHA and Compliance training as per company policy.
- Participate in on-going training to ensure job competency.
- Comply with all corporate policies including Environmental Health and Safety regulations.
- Ensure that all required immunizations, certifications and licenses are up to date.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications for Cardiovascular Technologist:
Minimum of 1 – 2 years scanning experience in both echo and vascular ultrasound. Flexibility in work schedule. Some computer knowledge. Ability to work independently. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills. Must be a team player.
Education Requirements for Cardiovascular Technologist:
Registry eligible or Credentialed by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) or Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) in the primary specialty to be performed. Annual BLS. High school diploma with some college courses. Any applicable State licensure.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
Our technologists stay with us (some for more than 10 years - unprecedented in the industry) because of our reputation and a strong commitment to our team. We ensure that our technologists are well-compensated and receive a generous benefits package, including health, dental, life, STD, LTD, 401K, paid-time-off, tuition and professional membership fee reimbursement and referral bonus program.
Building healthcare partnerships dedicated to developing clinically excellent heart and vascular programs that help practitioners detect and diagnose cardiovascular disease.
- Nearly 100 Registered Technologists
- Partnerships with Academic & Community Hospitals, Surgery Centers, Access Centers, and Physician Practices
- More than 100 Managed Accredited Facilities including Vascular, Echocardiography, Nuclear and Vein Centers
- More than 1200 Physicians trained in Vascular Ultrasound Interpretation