The average pay for a Senior Nuclear Medical Technologist is $33.46 per hour.
The average pay for a Senior Nuclear Medical Technologist is $73,750 per year.
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Senior nuclear medical technologists are employed primarily by healthcare organizations such as hospitals and other medical centers. Most employers prefer applicants who have an associate's or bachelor's degree in nuclear medicine or a related scientific field. Employers are also searching for applicants with previous experience in the field, as this is a senior-level position. Certification is typically required in two forms: a certificate for phlebotomy, and a current and valid certified nuclear medicine technologist certificate from the state board wherein the employer resides.Read More...
Those in this position must be familiar with nuclear imaging cameras and have advanced computer skills and proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of products. They generally work in laboratory environments, both sitting and standing, and their main responsibilities involve performing various nuclear medicine-related procedures, developing films, and taking images using nuclear imaging devices. They are also responsible for ensuring that their equipment is well-maintained and in operating condition at all times. They must understand and follow company regulations and safety rules at all times, as well as any state-mandated safety laws.
Because senior nuclear medical technologists often work in hospital environments, they will communicate frequently with patients and other employees, and it is important that they be friendly and helpful in order to best represent their organization. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)