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BioTel Research - Incoming Image Processing Technologist at Lifewatch

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Type: Full Time
Location: Rochester, New York

Job Description:

Incoming Image Processing Technologist

TEMP - 3-6 Months ~ 40 Hours Per Week ~ Flexible on Shift Time
Everywhere Health Goes, We Go!
The Incoming Image Processing Technologist position is responsible for receiving, preparing, loading, and resolving incoming data issues for clinical data received by VirtualScopics.

Verify incoming documentation and data for GCP/HIPAA violations and respond according to outlined procedures in a timely manner to rectify them.
Prepare/preprocess/load data for image QI by Technologist and/or Radiologist.
Responsible for managing and filing documentation associated with projects.
Responsible for notifying project specific sites, customers, and internal staff with data concerns in accordance to the Site Operations Guide.
Provide when necessary technical support to Operations.

Credentialed/possess equivalent professional experience in MRI, CT or other medical imaging modality (i.e. Ultrasound, PET, X-Ray) and maintain professional certifications, or Two-year degree in life sciences or data management.
Current membership in ASRT or other professional certification, preferred.
Strong attention to detail and following established procedures.
Strong communication skills.
At least 2 years experience with Microsoft Office applications.
One-year experience in data management in a medical imaging environment preferred.
Experience working in a regulated environment a plus.

BioTelemetry is an equal opportunity employer who strictly prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment because of the individual s race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran s status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Affirmative action will be taken to ensure that all employment decisions, including but not limited to those involving recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, compensation, benefits, transfer, discipline, and discharge, are free from unlawful discrimination.