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Sample resume for a radiography professional

This sample resume for a radiologic technologist shows how you can provide a powerful portrayal of your radiography qualifications.

Sample resume for a radiography professional

Radiographer Resume Sample

Healthcare is a booming, which is great news for someone like you who's looking to land a job in the industry. To be the successful candidate for radiologic technologist jobs, it helps to have a comprehensive resume. Need inspiration? Check out the sample resume for a radiologic technologist below and download the radiography professional resume template in Word.

Jobs for radiologic technologists are projected to grow by 13% (or 30,300 jobs) from 2016 through 2026, which is faster than average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). You'll find the highest level of employment for this job in the following states: CaliforniaTexasFloridaNew York, and Pennsylvania; and in the following metropolitan areas: New York CityLos AngelesChicagoHouston, and Dallas

As a radiologic technologist, you can expect to earn a median wage of $60,070 per year, or $28.88 per hour, according to the BLS.

Additionally, you can learn about healthcare careers on Monster.

 

Radiography Professional Resume Sample

MAX HOPPER
15 Elm St.
Anytown, PA 18901
(215) 555-5555    | mh@somedomain.com

OBJECTIVE

  • ARRT-registered radiologic technologist with seven years of experience conducting diagnostic imaging procedures for Buckingham Teaching Hospital. Expertise in fixed and mobile radiography, CTs, MRIs and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Committed to providing high-quality radiologic services and catering to patient needs during exams. Proficient user of radiology management and hospital information systems. CPR certified.
WORK EXPERIENCE
2005-Present
Buckingham, PA
Radiologic Technologist | Buckingham Teaching Hospital
  • Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the radiology department of a 500-bed teaching hospital.
  • Perform ultrasounds, MRIs, CT scans, X-ray imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Serve a diverse caseload including newborns, infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
  • Interpret data and provide recommendations for optimal patient care.
  • Manage 12 to 15 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of care.
  • Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including RMS, IDX Carecast (scheduling/registration/admitting) and TDS Order Entry.
  • Hired after successful performance as a student radiologic technologist, 9/04 to 5/05.
Education
1/2005
Buckingham, PA
The School of Radiologic Technology of Buckingham Teaching Hospital
Associate's degree in radiologic technology
6/2005
St. Paul, MN
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
ARRT registered
4/2009
Philadelphia, PA
CPR
Certification
SKILLS
Skill Name Skill Level Last Used / Experience
Diagnostic Imaging Expert Currently used / 7 years
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Intermediate Currently used / 7 years
Computerized Tomography (CT) Scans Intermediate Currently used / 7 years
RMS / IDX Carecast / TDS Order Entry Expert Currently used / 7 years
Fluoroscopy Procedures Intermediate Currently used / 7 years
Ultrasounds Expert Currently used / 7 years
X-rays Expert Currently used / 7 years
Radiation Protection Expert Currently used / 7 years
Film Evaluation Expert Currently used / 7 years

 

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