COLUMBIA, Missouri, Immediate Opportunity for Qualified Sonographer(s) $2,500 Signing Bonus for starting prior to November 15 New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics (NFMD) has an immediate opening for a sonographer to complement the growth of our on-site imaging team, performing diagnostic imaging procedures in doctor’s offices, clinics, and facilities throughout Mid-Missouri. Candidates must have a current RDMS, RVT, and/or RDCS certifications. Preference will be given to candidates with all three, but not required. This is a full-time, salaried role targeted at 40-hours per week; no weekends, no call, no holidays. NFMD provides a highly competitive salary, benefits package, company car or car allowance, and a flexible, defined weekday schedule. Why a salary instead of hourly? We want our team to spend the time needed for proper patient care, not watching a clock. Quality and patient care are our top priorities, so the sonographer will work with NFMD’s Lead Sonographers to understand the company and our processes. The ability to communicate effectively with patients, care team staff, management, technologists, and our partner physicians and administrators is critical for the role. If you’re interested in starting a career where you’re encouraged and rewarded for the passion you bring to care, contact New Frontier today. Associate’s Degree or Graduate of an accredited Technical School Required: 3+ Years as Ultrasound Technologist/Sonographer Required: Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT), Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS), and/or Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS) certification required. Preference given to candidates with all three, but not required BLS obtained through the American Heart Association Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination required Salary plus performance bonusVIEW JOB POSTING
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