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MRI Tech in San Francisco, CA at SkyBridge Resources, LLC

Date Posted: 5/4/2019

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MRI Tech 


SkyBridge Resources is seeking an MRI Tech in the San Francisco Area of California State!  

Job Description:  

  • $2,503 weekly gross pay 

  • Operates imaging and related equipment to provide high quality diagnostic. Images on various areas of body, including areas of advanced study. 

  • Interviews patient to explain MRI procedures in order to address any patient concerns.  

  • Exhibits high degree of tact, courtesy and poise when interacting with patients. 

  • Responsible for Patient Safety, including pre-screening for contra-indications, aseptic injection technique, etc. 

  • Effectively communicates with customers and/or radiologists. 

  • Trains new technologist and/or PC's.  

  • Provides direction, checks, and qualifies work performed as experienced Team Member onsite. 

  • Trouble-shoots the scanner, coach and peripheral equipment (including: monitors, PACS, coils, etc.) to ensure effective operations and prevent any downtime or delays in patient care. 

  • Escalates complex issues to Imaging Supervisor, Manager of Operations, Hospital contacts and corporate support teams as appropriate. 


  • High School Diploma or GED required; Associate's Degree or equivalent experience preferred. 

  • CPR certification - BLS CPR Certification through the American Heart Association only 

  • ARRT (R) required, ARRT(MR) preferred. 

  • Venipuncture Certification required. 

  • As applicable, valid state driver’s license. 

  • State license as required. 

  • A minimum of 1 year of MR experience in high volume environments preferred. 

  • Technical proficiency operating GE 1.5T or other designated vendor scanning equipment. 

  • Proficiency running advanced MR studies independently. 

  • Demonstrated ability to work in a self-directed environment. 

  • Previous experience managing customer interactions independently and resolving problems to mutual satisfaction. 

  • Demonstrated patient care skills with ability to explain complex medical terms and procedures in a manner that is easily understood by a non-medical audience. 

  • Local travel may be required.