Nuclear Medicine Research Technologist
The Gordon Center is looking for a Nuclear Medicine Research Technologist who will perform, assist and train others in imaging research at the MGH Gordon PET Core. The individual must be familiar with SPECT/CT and PET/CT imaging modalities. He/she must be able to administer radioisotopes to human subjects and maintain appropriate records indicating adherence to clinical research protocols.
- Radiologic technologist (Nuclear Medicine) in the state of Massachusetts
- ARRT or NMTCB CT* • CT certification required within 1 year of hire date. Employees who fail to obtain certification within 1 year will be given a 60 day grace period to achieve certification. If they are unable to obtain certification after 14 months (12 months and 2 month grace period) they may be terminated for failure to maintain certification.
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MGH & HMS are equal-opportunity, affirmative action employers. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.