Do you enjoy the challenge of doing Echo, General Ultrasound, and Vascular? Join a team of sonographers that does - in a stimulating and upbeat work environment within a modern facility of a trauma level IV Critical Access Hospital.
Located in beautiful rural Alaska, Homer is on the southern shores of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. A quaint town nestled on the beautiful Kachemak Bay offering breathtaking views of glaciers, mountains and wildlife. It has something for everyone: adventure, culture, scenery, or even a little bit of solitude.
POSITION PURPOSE: Functions as a member of the Diagnostic Imaging team to provide ultrasound exams as directed by physicians or radiologists in accordance with established standards and practices.
ENVIRONMENT: South Peninsula Hospital is a combination 22 bed acute care hospital and 28 bed Long Term Care facility located on the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula. The position requires walking and standing for prolonged periods, stooping, sitting, and the ability to lift loads without injury to self or others. Persons in this position are exposed to infectious diseases, falls, and muscle strains. Generally, physical demands are moderate and most work is performed inside. Working hours may fluctuate based on the demands of the work. Call is required.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Working hours may fluctuate based on the demands of the work. Applicants must be willing and able to take on-call duty and work holidays as directed by the Imaging Director.
This is a .8 FTE position, working 32 hours per week on variable 8-10 hour shifts.
APPLY ONLINE: If you are interested in applying for this position please visit our Career Website. This will also give you more information about our facility and Homer.
Graduate of an accredited/approved Medical sonography program.
Must be ARDMS or CCI credentialed in Adult, Pediatric or Fetal Echocardiography and ARDMS credentialed in two of the following: Abdomen, OB-GYN, Breast, RVT or other ARDMS sub-specialty. Must maintain registration with the ARDMS on an annual basis.
Must have a minimum of one (1) year of postgraduate clinical experience.
Must maintain current compliance with Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirements for specialties as required by ARDMS.
Demonstrated ability to lift up to 30 pounds without self injury, as well as ability to walk and stand for prolonged periods of time, including stooping and sitting.
Additional Salary Information: Position is part-time .8 FTE, working 32 hours per week in variable, 8-10 hour shifts.
Salary is determined on experience.
This is a union position and requires appropriate fees.
Internal Number: 1723
About South Peninsula Hospital
South Peninsula Hospital is the largest employer in the area, with over 430 employees. The variety of employment opportunities with SPH is diverse, ranging from patient care, patient financial services, leadership, administrative, environmental services and much more. Working at South Peninsula Hospital is not just a job—it is a career. Whether you want to improve on or learn different skills in your current position, or look cross departmentally to obtain new skills for a future career change, there is support and resources for continued education and professional development. One of the ways that SPH helps employees work towards these goals is by offering a certification pay and educational financial assistance program. Whether you are an experienced professional or just beginning your career, we would like to invite you to explore available opportunities for employment at South Peninsula Hospital.