The Park Nicollet mission is “to improve health and well-being in partnership with our members, patients and community”. Radiology works to continuously improve the patient and family experience, including a patient partner on our Patient and Family Experience Guidance team. We value our clinician partners, visiting with key clinical practices throughout the year, pro-actively seeking feedback to improve service. As a Radiology team member, you will be expected to contribute to a culture of partnership, care and service. Radiology’s mission is “Outstanding care to patients, through service to clinicians”.
This position has direct authority for daily operations of the unit/department. This includes responsibilities for processes and activities such as hiring, staff development, performance management and evaluations, disciplinary actions, scheduling. This incumbent leads, manages and evaluates aspects of imaging outcomes, staff resources, productivity, improvement projects and interdisciplinary collaboration for imaging work.
Incumbent will work variable shifts, as needed to complete responsibilities and meet the needs of the imaging area. The supervisor is expected to be involved in direct and indirect patient care related activities 10-20% of the time. This position will assist in identification of goals and has shared responsibility with the Manager or Director for process improvements on the unit/department.
The supervisor serves as a link between team members, upper level management and physicians, regarding policies, protocols, procedures and events. The supervisor is expected to provide direct patient care in their area of modality expertise in accordance with determined departmental business need.
Satisfactory completion of a formal radiologic technologist-training program specific to the modality. The program must be an American Medical Association approved school or other approved school based on modality requirements. Two or more years of health care work experience. Previous supervisory experience preferred.
1. This is a patient care position, therefore, demonstrates knowledge of age-related growth and development principles necessary to provide appropriate service and assure safety of patients.
2. Demonstrated medium skill level using Microsoft products:
3. Radiology Supervisor I (1FAA): American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) certification is required.