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Mammography Technologist - New Wage Scale! at EvergreenHealth Monroe

Last updated: August 31, 2023

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Title Mammography Technologist - New Wage Scale!
Company EvergreenHealth Monroe
Location Monroe, WA
Description This position is eligible for a sign-on bonus of up to $10,000 for candidates new to EvergreenHealth Monroe. Bonus is pro-rated by FTE, applicable education, and relevant experience. EvergreenHealth Monroe reserves the right to determine the amount and this statement is not a guarantee of payment.

EvergreenHealth Monroe, a small semi-rural acute care hospital has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Mammographer to fill a position in our Mammography Department Unit. Working together, we exist to serve the changing health care needs of our community. We will provide personalized patient care known for quality and excellence with a healing environment through caring relationships. Come join our dynamic team and learn all that EvergreenHealth Monroe has to offer!

Wage Range: $38.49 - $61.85 per hour. The amounts listed are the base pay range; additional compensation, such as shift differentials and premiums may be available for this role. Job offers are determined based on a candidate's years of relevant experience, applicable education and internal equity.

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At EvergreenHealth Monroe, we appreciate our employees’ commitment and contribution to our success. We are proud to offer a suite of quality benefits and resources that are comprehensive, flexible, and competitive to help our staff and their loved ones maintain and improve health and financial well-being.

  • Medical, vision and dental coverage w/premiums as low as $0!
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Life, AD&D and Disability insurance
  • Retirement plans (457 (b) and 401 (a) with employer contribution)
  • Generous Paid Time Off/Vacation/Holidays
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Cafeteria Discounts
  • Free parking


EvergreenHealth Monroe will advance the health of the community it serves through our dedication to high-quality, safe, compassionate, and cost-effective health care.

OUR VISION: EvergreenHealth will create an inclusive community health system that is the most trusted source for health care solutions OUR VALUES: Compassion - We care for and about our patients, families, and each other Respect - We respect the beliefs and values of everyone we encounter Excellence - We strive for excellence in all we do Collaboration - We work in partnership and believe every voice makes a difference Accountability - We are accountable to one another and to our community


Adheres to all Hospital Policies and Procedures and Philosophy of Care. Consistently exhibits professional conduct that is a behavior-based expression of the hospital’s Art of Caring principles and Standards of Excellence. Produces mammography images using established positioning and technical factors. Educates patients on breast self-examination. May perform, and document weekly mammography QA as instructed by Mammography Lead and/or Manager in accordance with departmental protocols. Maintains current required continuing education, licensure and registry. Uses an understanding of the principles of growth and development to assess each patient's age specific needs and provide age specific treatment and care. Assists in preparation of required inspections . score : N/Ascore: N/A


Graduate of an AMA approved school of radiologic technology and current Washington State Radiology Technologist (RT) license. Requires current Basic Life Support (BLS) and ARRT (Mammo) registration. Minimum of six months current experience in mammography.


Functional with designated radiation emitting, processing and record retrieval equip­ment. Functional with dedicated mammography radiation emitting equipment. Functional with computers.


Hazards include risk of exposure to communicable disease, radiation, processor chemicals and risk of physi­cal injury from lifting patients and operation of equipment. May be exposed to labeled bio-hazard substances and infectious material. Adheres to all state and federal regulations pertaining to exposure to hazardous materials and BBP.


All hospital departments, patients, families, visitors, nursing personnel and medical staff


Must be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds and transfer and transport patients. Must be able to bend, stoop, push and pull. Walks and stands for most of the working day. Must possess visual, tactile touch and manual dexterity. Must be able to communicate in the English language.


  • Operates equipment correctly per vendor guidelines and departmental policy
  • Consistently produces high quality images and interprets technical quality of images as related to quality assurance standards.
  • Demonstrates accurate and efficient patient positioning while ensuring patient safety.
  • Monitors work schedule and patient flow continuously to minimize pa­tient delays.
  • Provides patient care (ensures that patient is properly clothed and draped for procedure, explains procedure to the patient, explains and directs breathing instructions and repositioning during the proce­dure, questions patients of childbearing age about menstrual cycle and/or possible pregnancy.
  • Performs tasks (filing, answering telephone, documenting patient quality care) as appropriate.
  • Maintains cleanliness and safety (washes hands prior to and after each patient contact, adheres to infection control and isolation pol­icies, wears a film badge and turns in for periodic evaluations, and exercises necessary radiation protection to patients, self and all other personnel).
  • Maintains supplies and equipment (maintains adequate stock of sup­plies, takes inventory, orders supplies, maintains cleanliness of work area and equipment, disinfects equipment after each patient con­tact, and inspects the working order of equipment on a regular ba­sis) to ensure maximum access of department.
  • Maintains certification and credentialing in mammography annually.
  • Maintains continual regulatory readiness and may perform, and document weekly mammography QA as instructed by Mammography Lead and/or Manager in accordance with departmental protocols.
  • Maintains continual regulatory readiness by maintaining documents and records in mammography as required by regulatory agen­cies.
  • Identifies patient and/or significant other's need for patient edu­cation and provides education.
  • Completes department specific staff competencies per DNV, ACR, MQSA and hospital policy.
  • Communicates mammography patient assessment data and findings to ra­diologists and other members of the health care team and facilitate appropriate intervention.
  • Provides or assists with orientation of new and existing staff as appropriate.
  • Demonstrates attitudes and behaviors in interacting with others that are courteous, polite, concerned, friendly and respectful, resulting in favorable patient, physician and staff perceptions of the hospital and its employees.
  • Updates patient's film history and charges patient account via hospi­tal computer system accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Prepares for and ensures annual inspections are successful.
  • Remains knowledgeable of all current departmental policies, proce­dures and protocols.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

This position is represented by a collective bargaining agreement between EvergreenHealth Monroe and UFCW United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 3000.
Citation United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (DOLETA)
Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development (DEED)
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