Echo RVT - PRN/Per Diem

  • HCA
  • St. Petersburg, FL, USA
  • Apr 25, 2018

Job Description

Job Code: 01387-4726

PRN/Per Diem


St. Petersburg General Hospital is currently accepting applications for a Florida-licensed Ultrasound Technologist (Ultrasound Tech) on a PRN/per diem basis in our Cardiovascular Ultrasound/Echo Department. ARDMS and RVT required. The schedule for this PRN position is as-needed and requires rotating call. As such, flexibility to work various days and shifts is necessary.

St. Pete General, located in the heart of South Pinellas County, Florida, is only minutes from pristine gulf coast beaches as well as the thriving city life of downtown St. Pete. St. Petersburg General Hospital is a 215-bed facility dedicated to serving the residents of Pinellas County and beyond for over 4 decades. Ranked as a Top Place to Work in Tampa Bay for four consecutive years, we are proud to attract outstanding talent from all walks of life and make sure to treat our staff accordingly. Here, we’re all each other’s resource in maintaining the very highest standards of care. We invite you to join us and realize your own career growth in a vibrant community of healthcare professionals.

Our growing acute-care hospital offers a full spectrum of services, including:
  • Emergency
  • Inpatient/Outpatient Surgery
  • Level I Nursery
  • Obstetrics/Women's Services
  • Orthopedics
  • Vascular
  • Wound Care Center

To learn more about St. Petersburg General Hospital and to apply for this PRN Ultrasound Tech opportunity, please visit .

  • Graduate of an accredited program for Radiographers or Ultrasonographers.
  • Current Ultrasound registry required. Current Echo registry preferred.
  • RVT certification required.
  • Current Certification in Basic Life Support.
  • Customer service abilities including effective listening skills.
  • Critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to perform work that requires frequent standing, bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, moving, lifting of patients and/or equipment up to 50 lbs.

Last Edited: 01/24/2018