Director of Radiology

Billings, MT

$110,000 - $130,000 a year

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Type: Full Time

Director - Radiology Services

Full-Time M-F

POSITION OVERVIEW:

The Director will provide guidance to the radiology department in researching and implementing new processes and procedures. The Director is responsible for formulating the department budget, facility planning, payroll approval, and supply acquisition necessary to maintain workflow. The Director also provides direction and technical assistance for all Great Falls Clinic satellite facilities.The Director is responsible for assessing the effectiveness of Quality Control programs and directing, implementing, and reviewing radiology policies and procedures.The Director is responsible for employee selection, performance evaluations, and discipline. The Director will provide leadership, judgment, and analytical skills in directing radiology personnel toward completion of assignments and goals. Effective communication skills are paramount when interacting with staff and other members of the team.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduate of Accredited Radiologic Technology Program with current ARRT registration.
  • A Bachelor’s Degree, preferred.
  • At least 5 years technologist experience, and a minimum of 3 years management/supervisory experience required.

LICENSE/CERTIFICATION

Current ARRT registration required, Montana state license required. Valid driver’s license when driving any vehicle for work-related reasons.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of the policies and procedures of healthcare operations.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of employee development.
  • Knowledge of computer programs and applications.
  • Knowledge of budgetary responsibilities.
  • Knowledge of regulatory agency compliance requirements

Skills:

  • Ability to integrate knowledge and experience to make informed decisions and take appropriate actions.
  • Ability to organize workload to obtain quality results with optimum productivity.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with technical, non-technical staff members, clinic departments, and other non-clinic individuals in oral and written formats
  • Ability to delegate appropriate tasks and work assignments to appropriate staff members

About our organization:

Our facility is committed in our efforts to provide an outstanding patient experience, by providing excellence in patient-centered healthcare through teamwork and physician leadership. We are committed to providing our patients and the communities we serve with quality, personalized health care. As a community hospital, we pledge to provide a comprehensive system of quality health care through caring, efficient, trusted, responsive and courteous service every day, with the number one goal of ensuring that our “Patients Come First”.

Our medical staff and employees take unwavering pride in our hospital and services, and dedicate themselves to compassionate support and uncompromising standards. The highly educated, board certified, and skilled physicians of our hospital significantly contribute to our great reputation.

Our Vision is to be the healthcare provider of choice for patients and the workplace of choice for staff and providers. We will achieve this vision by committing to a culture of: integrity and safety, evidence based exceptional care, compassionate customer service, a great work environment, and innovation/technology.

For immediate and confidential consideration, email a copy of your resume to the recruiter working on this search.

Matt Morgan / Senior Recruiter
Email: Matt @mleehealthcare.com
Cell Phone: 406.602.1000