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106 Mammography Tech Travel Therapy Jobs in California

Chico, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $3,177/wk
Start: 2 Weeks
Shift: Day
Duration: 8 Weeks

$3,177.00 total gross weekly for 40 hours Stipends: $1,085.00 weekly Taxable rates: Regular hours: $52.31 Overtime hours: $123.94

San Francisco, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,749/wk
Start: 2 Weeks
Shift: Day
Duration: 13 Weeks

$2,749.00 total gross weekly for 36 hours Stipends: $2,209.10 weekly Taxable rates: Regular hours: $15.00 Gap hours: $76.36 Overtime hours: $77.51

Brentwood, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,700/wk
Start: 4 Weeks
Shift: Flex
Duration: 13 Weeks

$2,700.00 total gross weekly for 40 hours Stipends: $1,673.00 weekly Taxable rates: Regular hours: $25.67 Overtime hours: $96.74

Redwood City, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $3,035/wk
Start: 2 Weeks
Shift: Day, Night
Duration: 13 Weeks

$3,035.00 total gross weekly for 40 hours Stipends: $2,072.00 weekly Taxable rates: Regular hours: $24.08 Overtime hours: $77.51

Escondido, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $3,080/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 Weeks

Travel Radiology: Imaging Escondido Location:         Escondido Start Date:       8/22/2022 Shift Details:   8H Days ( 8:00 AM-4:30 PM )                          40 hours per week Length:            13 WEEKS 13 weeks Apply for specific facility details.Mammographer

Fresno, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,557/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 Weeks

Travel Radiology: Imaging Fresno Location:         Fresno Start Date:       8/15/2022 Shift Details:   8H Days ( 10:30 AM-7:00 PM )                          40 hours per week Length:            13 WEEKS 13 weeks Apply for specific facility details.Mammographer

Redwood City, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,992/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 Weeks

Shifts: Days, 8 hr shifts, EOW, First to Float COVID Vaccine Required CA State license required Common diagnosis / Types of patients: All typical hospital patients (ER, OR, inpatient & outpatient) Types of Equipment: "CT uses Siemens equipment 64 slice & 128 slice U/S uses Phillips equipment" Workload: Patients are scheduled 1 per hour in order to allow room to work in inpatients & ER patients EMR: Cerner Radiology Management Team: Radiology Coordinator, Manager, & Supervisor # of Staff Scheduled per 24 hours: Typically schedule 15 Radiology techs per 24 hours Schedules: 8's are expected Weekend Requirement/Call: IF candidate is proficient in CT they could be scheduled at 7a or 3p. If the candidate is a general Rad Tech they could be scheduled at 11a. U/S Tech would just work 1/2 shift on Saturday am; however if proficient & radiologist approves them they could have the ability to be on standby/call for the weekend. Holidays: "Covered by call Rad Techs, depending on CT experience or no CT experience: 7am (w/ CT), 10 or 11 am (non-CT), or 3 pm (w/ CT) Graveyard shifts depend on experience Required Certifications Basic Life Support (BLS) Verification, Certified Mammography Technologist - ARRT (M) Verification, Crisis Protocol Approved Charting System Cerner Experience: Venipuncture experience would be a plus but not required Someone with a lot of OR experience is desirable.

Cynet Health

Clearlake, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,479/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 Weeks

Shifts: Day 5x8-Hour (07:00 - 15:00) Must have California state Mammography and X-ray license The Mammography Technologist will perform all mammographic procedures under the direction of a radiologist or manager at a technical level not requiring constant supervision of the technical detail. The technologist will perform a variety of technical procedures that will require independent judgment with ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for the radiological diagnosis. The technologist will also assume responsibility for designated areas or procedures as required. Specific vision requires close distance color peripheral depth and the ability to adjust focus with or without a corrective device Safe and efficient operations of radiological equipment Ability to wear heavy aprons for extended periods of time Ability to calculate and select proper technical factors to produce acceptable radiographs Demonstrates sound knowledge base and actions when dealing with designated patient populations such as adolescent adult and geriatric Demonstrates knowledge and skills to function in a technical capacity within the department Organizational expectations Professionalism / Self-Development Able to rotate within the department and various shifts and participate in emergency call as needed Actively demonstrates commitment to providing excellent customer service following the hospitals culture of Sacred Work Adheres and supports hospital policies and the hospitals mission vision and values Assists and supports hospitals leadership and department management Collaborates in implementation of new hospital and department policies new techniques and new instrumentation as well as reviewing and updating policies and procedures manuals for the department on anongoing basis Communicates effectively and maintains positive working relationships Follows all the Joint Commission standards applicable for this position Follows dress code per departmental requirements (possibly including uniforms) Maintains and adheres to department and positions quality standards Maintains confidentiality regarding sensitive issues and information as required by the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other confidentiality requirements Maintains own professional practice records current updating all credential requirements prior to their expiration including Employee Health Services requirements Meets attendance and policy requirements arrives to work on time. Attends hospitals department and team meetings as scheduled and participates in a positive problem-resolving manner Participates in educational training to develop awareness of new techniques procedures and instruments by participating in continuing education to comply with federal and state laws and to enhance professional growth Responds resourcefully when challenges arise and accepts responsibility for actions. Works constructively under pressure Willingly performs other duties as assigned Nonessential functions: Work Environment Work environment will be clean well-lighted and air conditioned High acuity level of care Ability to perform a variety of duties often changing from one task to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure Leadership capabilities: Core Values Mission & Sacred Work: Supports the hospitals mission by sharing Gods love with those we serve and Sacred Work Compassion: Consistently treats others with caring kindness and thoughtfulness Respect: Respect for human dignity individuality and privacy Integrity: Absolute integrity in all relationships and dealings Quality: Excellence in clinical and service quality Stewardship: Responsible resource management in serving our communities Wholeness: Supports the hospitals whole-person healthcare heritage in all our dealings with those we serve Family: Treating each other as members of a caring family Essential functions Equipment / Instruments Used Use of X-ray room equipment including fluoroscopy C-Arm portable x-ray machines film processors injectors and all other radiology equipment Duties & Responsibilities Performs a variety a technical procedures requiring independent judgment with ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for the radiological process: Uses independent judgment in critiquing radiographs and images within established protocols and recognized scope of practice Utilizes clean equipment and shut down according to policy: Equipment organized cleaned and shut down according to policy Inventory supplies checked for own professional practice Practices sterile technique on all procedures requiring sterile technique Activates and checks utilized equipment at the start of each day Assists physicians in the performance of mammographic localization of lesions galactograms and ductograms. Performs required mammographic quality control/assurance in accordance with requirements of MQSA and the State of California. Demonstrates current clinical knowledge while maintaining a high standard to achieve quality patient care: Certification/License: Required Licenses Radiologic Technologist and Technician Current AART CRT and current ARRT and CRT License in Mammography Required possess Current American Heart Association BLS or American Red Cross Professional Rescuer Certification COVID-19 Vaccine (Facility Guideline): Required - No Exemptions

Cynet Health

San Francisco, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,861/wk
Start: 3 Weeks
Duration: 13 Weeks

Travel Radiology: Imaging San Francisco, CA Location:         San Francisco, CA Start Date:       9/12/2022 Shift Details:   8H Days ( 8:00 AM-4:30 PM )                          40 hours per week Length:            13 WEEKS 13 weeks Apply for specific facility details.Mammographer

Torrance, CA
Mammography Tech
estimated $2,268/wk
Start: ASAP
Duration: 8 Weeks

Travel Radiology: Imaging Torrance Location:         Torrance Start Date:       8/24/2022 Shift Details:   8H Days ( 8:00 AM-4:30 PM )                          40 hours per week Length:            8 WEEKS 8 weeks Apply for specific facility details.Mammographer

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