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MRI and CT tech jobs
« on: Aug 13, 2022, 11:41 »
This is a bit off-subject, so Mr Moderator...if it is not appropriate please delete it.
MRI and CT technical positions are very similar in scope and nature to Health Physics jobs.
Formal training and licensing are required - generally a 2-year AA degree/certificate will do.
Working conditions are generally in a clinical setting and do not require PC's or respiratory protection (except for the obvious covid protocols).
Pay is commensurate with training and experience. Here in soCal hospitals are offering experienced MRI and CT techs a $20k sign-on bonus, $60/hr and all the OT they can take. Techs average $4000/wk. Job security is assured. Hospitals are in or near most communities so local employment is almost assured.
« Last Edit: Aug 14, 2022, 12:15 by bigclam »

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Re: MRI and CT tech jobs
« Reply #1 on: Aug 14, 2022, 11:59 »
This is a bit off-subject, so Mr Moderator...if it is not appropriate please delete it.
MRI and CT technical positions are very similar in scope and nature to Health Physics jobs.
Formal training and licensing are required - generally a 2-year AA degree/certificate will do.
Working conditions are generally in a clinical setting and do not require PC's or respiratory protection (except for the obvious covid protocols).
Pay is commensurate with training and experience. Here in soCal hospitals are offering experienced MRI and CT techs a $20k sign-on bonus, $60/hr and all the OT that can take. Techs average $4000/wk. Job security is assured. Hospitals are in or near most communities so local employment is almost assured.

"Mr Moderator" I feel like I got a promotion. Nuclear is a broad field and helping others is always welcome.

 


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