Are you a fit?

Are you interested in a fast-paced job? A job with a lot of variety? Radiography may be right for you. A radiology technologist (RT) can perform various imaging exams, including x-ray, CT, MRI, bone densitometry, mammography, fluoroscopy and more. Becoming an RT gives you the base from which to grow your imaging career in the direction of your choosing. RT jobs are also available in a wide variety of medical settings, from small physician practices, to urgent care clinics to large hospital systems.


Performs radiographic procedures at a technical and professional level. Performs a variety of technical procedures with competence, commitment, and initiative.

Typical Requirements: 

  1. Current certification by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists (if applicable)
  2. Current licensure by the State of Oregon in required modalities.
  3. Certification in CPR / AED.
  4. High school diploma or equivalent.
  5. Working knowledge of Medical terminology, computers, and typing experience.
  6. Detail-orientated and effective organizational skills.
  7. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, staff, providers, and the public.
  8. Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion, and decision-making.
  9. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while keeping close attention to accuracy.
  10. Ability to work independently and as a team participant.

Preferred Qualifications: 

  1. Two years of recent experience in diagnostic radiography.
  2. Ability to interpret orders for routine and special radiographic studies.
  3. Sufficient creativity and independent judgment to modify learned skills to fit individual patient circumstances.

Pay Ranges

Base Hourly: $23 per hour
Annual: $47800 – $102000

Education & Experience

Est. Education Duration: 2 years
Est. Experience Required: 2 years

Educational Opportunities