Portable Ultrasound Tech (Direct Hire) Position

Portable Ultrasound Tech (Direct Hire) Position
Entry Level Candidates are Encouraged to Apply
Compensation $48 - $52 / per hour


Job Summary:
ATC - Northwest is seeking a talented and dedicated Portable Ultrasound Tech to join the healthcare team for one of our premier clients based in Tacoma, Washington. As a Portable Ultrasound Tech, you will provide quality ultrasound services to patients typically receiving home-based or instructional care. This is a full-time, individual contributor role with a competitive salary of $48 to $52 per hour, paid weekly. This is a great opportunity for those wanting to grow professionally in the dynamic world of portable imaging and who have a desire to make a difference in the community.

Benefits:
  • Company-paid, comprehensive Medical/Dental/Vision
  • 401k plan with Employer Matching up to 4.5% annually
  • Paid Time Off
  • Commuting Support
  • Flexible Shifts
  • Company provided vehicle and fuel card

Responsibilities:
  • Explain the ultrasound procedure to patients so they feel comfortable with the experience.
  • Keep all ultrasound equipment clean and in excellent working order.
  • Perform ultrasound exams in home-based care environments.
  • Refrain from commenting on ultrasound results with patients.
  • Conduct ultrasound exams promptly as indicated on the schedule.
  • Immediately notify the physician of any abnormalities or concerns.
  • Chart ultrasound results when required.
  • Work closely with dispatch personnel on schedules and schedule changes.
  • Communicate ultrasound results to the physician or radiology group

Requirements:
  • Two or more years of experience as an ultrasound technician in all modalities.
  • Able to perform Echocardiogram studies is a plus.
  • A sonography certificate is required.
  • At a minimum an associate degree in diagnostic medical sonography.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Sonography is preferred but not required.
  • An understanding of human anatomy and functions
  • Holds, or can hold, credentials in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.
  • BLS Certification (Preferred)
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment
  • Strong attention to detail and commitment to patient safety
  • Valid driver's license

Skills:
  • Concisely answer questions about the ultrasound procedure to be conducted.
  • Perform ordered ultrasound and capture images while limiting discomfort and inconvenience for the patient.
  • Collaboration with primary physicians, radiologists, and family members to determine proper plans for care. .
  • Evaluate images and interpret their meaning.
  • Accurately present the images and diagnosis to healthcare professionals.
  • Add clean and accurate notes pertaining to the ultrasound results.
  • Can Calibrate, maintain, and contain all ultrasound equipment.

About our client:

Our client is backed by a mission to enhance the life of every person they serve. They are a premier imaging company offering diagnostic portable x-ray, ultrasound, and electrocardiogram (EKG) to patients in their homes and any number of healthcare settings. This team of trained professionals serves patients of all ages and is setting the standard for excellence in innovative healthcare. With an exceptional work culture and above 90% retention rate, this company continues to build its success by following its passion and its core values which include:

"Patient First" - Our priority is meeting the needs of the patient at all times. We do this by assuring the physician's orders are followed accurately and that images match the orders and are sent on to the radiologist.

"Open Communication" - Our success will be built upon clear and open communication. This not only applies to patients, family, care staff, and physicians but also, in your interaction with company employees at all levels.

"Honesty and Integrity" - You are expected to be honest and to conduct yourself professionally at all times while at work and performing your duties.

"Team Oriented" - All employees are team members of a highly skilled profession providing essential diagnostic services to its clients and the patients under their care. Team members are expected to support and assist one another in the execution and performance of duties and tasks.

About ATC Healthcare Services

Every single day, we recruit healthcare professionals for jobs in the medical facilities that need them. And we fill positions of all kinds. Daily positions, weekly positions, and more, for nearly every type of healthcare professional. Nurses, CNA, Med Aides, Caregivers, you name it. ATC has been providing exceptional healthcare staffing for nearly 40 years. We're a family-owned business that puts our people first. Here, you'll find flexibility, autonomy, and career support with a personal touch. Find your match at ATC. With over 60 franchise locations nationwide, you get local support when you need it. No matter where you are, we're in your corner.

ATC Healthcare Services, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status, or any other category protected by Federal, State or local law.