Radiologic Technologist Jobs Board

    Radiologic technologists work in all types of healthcare settings, including private doctor’s offices, community clinics and labs, dedicated medical imaging centers, urgent care facilities, and hospitals. There are many practice areas within radiologic technology, and requirements vary. However, in general, the steps to a rad tech career are:

    1. Complete a training program in your practice area, typically as part of an associate degree. Bachelor’s and master’s degrees are also an option, and may be required for some practice areas.
    2. Pass the relevant qualifying professional exam, such as those offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB), or the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).
    3. Apply for professional certification through one of the above organizations. This may be required by your state licensing board, but even where it’s not required, certification can help you stand out when applying for jobs.
    4. Apply for a license through your state radiologic technology certification board, if required.
    5. Prepare your resume and apply for open positions.

    Successful job applicants are typically specific about the type of environment they wish to work in and can tie their career goals to their skills and qualifications. The following job boards organized by practice area can help you get an idea of what employers are looking for as well as locate job openings:

    For even more opportunities, our job board is updated daily with the latest job postings for radiologic technologists. Use the What and Where fields to find open positions that match your practice area(s) and qualifications. Note that the job board requires your web browser to allow JavaScript.

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