This is a general AART (AART (R) or (CT) or (MRI)) certified research technologist to provide imaging support for DXA, Ultrasound, Optical Coherence Tomography, Near Infrared, and other ancillary imaging devices within the Institute of Imaging Science. The position will also serve to support outside clinical trials where complex imaging support is needed. Lastly, this position will work with the Institute of Imaging Science and Human Imaging Core leadership to provide data and support for paperless infrastructure. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Preferred Education, Skills, and/or Experience:
TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES: DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT (ADVANCED): Possesses proficiency to successfully demonstrate the use of diagnostic tools in practical applications DIAGNOSTIC TESTING (ADVANCED): Possesses sufficient knowledge, training, and experience to prepare and perform diagnostic testing. EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE (INTERMEDIATE): - Maintenance is the prevention, correction, update, repair, or modification to equipment, products, systems or other items that may need enhancement or updating, including the application of predictive techniques to help determine the condition of in-service equipment in order to predict when maintenance should be performed. IMAGING DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION (INTERMEDIATE): - Demonstrates expertise in the utilization and modification of imaging technologies and relevant concepts in physics and engineering for diverse applications IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING (NOVICE): - Demonstrates familiarity with software packages and databases used for image analysis and processing. Able to apply image analysis programs to provide measurements of structure or physiological outputs using state-of-the-art software programs. Able to develop scripts and programs to modify image analysis software for customer applications. REGULATORY COMPLIANCE (INTERMEDIATE): - Demonstrates knowledge of the appropriate rules and regulations and apply them in difficult, stressful and complex situations. Able to interpret and explain rules and regulations that are ambiguous or unclear. Directs others in interpreting rules and regulations on the job and trains others in them. ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY KNOWLEDGE (EXPERT): - Possesses sufficient anatomy and physiology knowledge, training, and experience. Ability to apply knowledge to real world situations. COMMUNICATION (ADVANCED): - Clearly, effectively and respectfully communicates to employees or customers. ELECTRONICS (FUNDAMENTAL AWARENESS): - Demonstrates proficiency in the design and fabrication of electronic devices, both digital and analog TECHNICAL WRITING (NOVICE): - Possesses the ability to describe procedures and data in writing to communicate to readers of grants, papers, and other documents. DATA ANALYSIS (NOVICE): - The ability to analyze data in an accurate manner. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION (NOVICE): - Demonstrates knowledge and use of scientific instrumentation in practical applications
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