Diagnostic Radiographic Technologist

Air Force Civilian Service
Post Date:
November 24, 2022
Job Status:
$50,833 - $66,088

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 The Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS) is looking for a full-time Diagnostic Radiographic Technologist (GS-0647-08) to work at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. This federal job offers a rewarding and exciting career with benefits.



    • U.S. Citizenship

    • Must possess current CPR certification

    • Must be registered through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART) for Radiography (R) and Mammography (M), be compliant with the Mammography Quality Standards Act and maintain current certification in Mammography.

    • The employee may be required to understand accreditation requirements as well as regulatory standards such as, but not limited to, the Mammography Quality Standards Act, the Food and Drug Administration, and the American College of Radiography.



In this position the candidate will serve as a Diagnostic Radiographic Technologist in the mammography department of the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson military treatment facility with responsibilities for executing all assigned annual inspections (i.e. Medical Physicist, Food and Drug Administration, and American College of Radiology).


To be considered qualified resumes must reflect knowledge and experience in the following areas:

  • Knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology to identify organs appearing on film sufficient to judge acceptability of radiographic films for diagnostic use and to determine proper positioning techniques.

  • Knowledge of X-ray equipment or diagnostic radiology equipment sufficient to monitor for proper operation, modify standard procedures to accommodate new equipment or examinations, and determine when maintenance or repair is needed.

  • Knowledge of radiographic exposure techniques, contrast media, darkroom chemistry, and development techniques sufficient to provide optimal radiologic material for interpretation.

  • Knowledge of basic medical terminology, radiographic abbreviations, and some medical terms for organs and functions sufficient to interpret X-ray requests, discuss need for X-ray exposures, and keep records of patients and exposures.

  • Knowledge of first aid, CPR, and radiation protection/safety standards to aid and provide for the safety of patients.


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