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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Nuclear Medicine Diagnostic Technician

SUMMARY:   Profoundly gifted and resourceful Nuclear Medicine Diagnostic Technician with more than six years experience in using radionuclides (exclusive of sealed radiation sources) for diagnostic, therapeutic, and investigative purposes.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Exceptional technical knowledge of the principles and    practices of nuclear medicine.
  • Remarkable ability to perform tests and examinations using    radionuclides, radiation detectors, scanning apparatus, and    related equipment in medical laboratories and clinics.
  • Uncommon ability to use initiative and work independently.
  • Excellent ability to prioritize own work.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Great ability to learn quickly and work under pressure.
  • Possess strong interest and aptitude for technical processes.
  • Excellent practical manipulative skills.
  • Proven ability to meet all general competencies and those    identified under core duties.
  • Exceptional ability to perform simple mathematical    calculations.
  • Immense ability to work as part of a small team.
  • Thorough knowledge of manufacturing/aseptic preparation;    and excellent clinical practices.
  • In-depth knowledge of safe handling of radioactive material;    and Health & Safety codes of practice.

    Professional Experience

    Sundown Medical Centre, Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Nuclear Medicine Diagnostic Technician
    • Participate in the routine radiopharmaceutical production within Radiopharmacy and provide support when other technologists are on duty.
    • Accurately and safely prepare routine radiopharmaceuticals kits and dispense single dose syringes to be administered to patients for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes within the Trust, in the manner laid down and to the standards set out in the procedures and local rules and to ensure that they are ready at the requested time.
    • Participate in the preparation of non-routine radiopharmaceuticals and pharmaceuticals for use within radiopharmacy when requested to do so by Head of Radiopharmacy, in conjunction with other staff according to the standard operating procedures laid down by the Head of Radiopharmacy.
    • Participate in the radiolabelling of blood cells and platelets in the manner laid down and to the standards set out in the procedures and local rules and to ensure that they are ready at the requested time to be administered to patient.
    • Accurately transcribe patient details and required tests from the manual booking system at Barts and the faxed requests from our clients onto the Radiopharmacy spreadsheet and generate the necessary worksheet for daily radiopharmaceutical preparation.
    • Participate in the routine quality control checks on radiopharmaceuticals according to the procedures laid down, ensuring that results of these checks are recorded accurately and that any failure(s) is reported to the Senior Specialist Technician, the Head of Radiopharmacy and the relevant nuclear medicine consultant for further action.
    • Prepare samples of radiopharmaceuticals for sterility checks and carry out environmental monitoring as specified in the procedures.
    • Participate in the packaging of radioactive materials and preparation of legal documents for the transport of radioactive material by road to all clients in accordance with written procedures.
    • Dispose of used and expired radiopharmaceutical kits on a daily basis with due regards to local radioactive waste disposal procedures.
    • Participate in radioactive contamination monitoring within radiopharmacy in accordance with the procedures and local rules and record results of all such measurements.

    Sundown Nuclear Power Station, Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Nuclear Medicine Diagnostic Technician Intern
    (under supervision)
    • Administered radiopharmaceuticals to patients and then monitored the characteristics and functions of tissues or organs in which the drugs localize.
    • Operated cameras that detected and mapped the radioactive drug in a patient's body to create diagnostic images.
    • Prepared a dosage of radiopharmaceutical and administered it by mouth, injection, inhalation, or other means on patient after explaining test procedures to them.
    • Positioned patients and performed a gamma scintillation camera, or "scanner," which creates images of the distribution of a radiopharmaceutical as it localizes in, and emits signals from, the patient's body.
    • Kept patient records and recorded the amount and type of radionuclides that they received, used, and discarded.
    • Performed radioimmunoassay studies that assessed the behavior of a radioactive substance inside the body.

    Education

    Registered PharmTech
    The Royal Pharmaceutical Society

    Associate Degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology
    University of New York (2000)




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