Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is different from other children’s hospitals for one simple reason: our focus.
Gillette is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the diagnosis and treatment of children, teens and adults who have disabilities and complex medical conditions. We focus on providing our patients with an exceptional depth of expertise. Our patients’ needs are extensive and, in many cases, require lifelong care.
Gillette has an opening for a key leadership role - Head of Imaging Services Department. This position will oversee a multitalented group of technologists to ensure the coordinated, efficient, effective and timely completion of radiographic services at Gillette. This includes working collaboratively to promote the advancement of pediatric imaging services.
The ideal candidatewill be a credentialed radiologic technologist with at least one additional credential in CT, MR, US, or DXA along with strong comprehension of RIS, PACS and an EHR. Experience with regulatory requirements from the MN Department of Health-Radiation Control, Joint Commission, American College of Radiology, CMS, coding and reimbursement will be required. Ideally, this person will have experience working with safe practices for radiation and MR with a passion for image quality and service excellence.
BS or BA degree in healthcare or business field
Master’s degree obtained or in progress
Registration/certification in radiologic technology
Minimum of 5 years of clinical experience relevant to the position
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a leadership, supervisory or managerial role within a relevant clinical setting
Demonstrated ability to initiate significant and complex process improvement initiatives that involve a number of stakeholders
Demonstrated ability to work closely with physicians and clinical providers
Strong knowledge, skills, and experience in communicating with diverse groups, negotiating complex issues and in maintaining professional relationships
Time management, problem solving, protocol, policy and procedure development skills
Financial and budget management experience; ability to analyze trends and changes in healthcare environment
Management of human resources experience, including recruiting and retention, staffing and performance management
Interest in and commitment to advancing services for individuals with disabilities
Excellent customer service skills
Credentialed as a Certified Radiology Administrator (CRA)
Additional educational preparation and/or professional certification in CT, MR, Ultrasound, Bone Density, Imaging Information Systems
Experience working with individuals with disabilities
Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare cares for patients who have some of the most complex, rare and traumatic conditions in pediatric medicine, including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, spina bifida and hydrocephalus.
Unlike other children’s hospitals, we don’t often talk about cures at Gillette because many of the conditions we treat are permanent and require lifelong care. But we know that with... innovative medical and surgical intervention, proven therapies and assistive technology, and the support of compassionate health care professionals, children who have these conditions can thrive and live happy, healthy, productive lives.