- New York, NY
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for our main hospital location in Manhattan is seeking a Vascular Technologist.
- Under the administrative direction of the Radiology Manager/Ultrasound Supervisor and under the clinical guidance of the General/Interventional /Vascular Radiologists, performs a variety of diagnostic ultrasound procedures while applying his/her technical ability independently.
- Interacts and collaborates in a positive way with all other staff members at MSKCC.
- High school diploma/Bachelor’s preferred. Graduated from an approved Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) School of Ultrasound is required.
- RVT required and RDMS in Abdomen preferred. Experience includes general imaging, biopsies and specialized vascular procedures.
- Minimum of 2-3 years relevant experience.
- 8 hours flexed between 8am to 6pm, Monday – Friday, with rotating weekends.
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