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Founded in 1938, for more than eighty five years the physicians of The Anderson Clinic have practiced pioneering techniques in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopaedic conditions. As we continue to grow our practice to serve the needs of our communies we are looking to add an experienced full-time Radiology Technologist to our teams at our new Arlington, VA location, our Fairfax, VA location, and our Lorton, VA location. We are also looking too add a Part Time Radiology Technologist at our Reston, VA.

If you have your American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) certification, your Virginia state license, and a desire to work in a great environment with an amazing team, this opportunity could be a great fit for you!

All full-time positions at The Anderson Clinic offer a comprehensive benefits package, paid holidays and competitive pay based on experience.

Life is too short not to work somewhere awesome!


Primary Job Responsibilities/Tasks:

  • Prepares patients for radiologic procedures.
  • Protects patient, self, and other staff from radiation hazards.
  • Takes X-rays following established procedures for patient care and safety. This involves setting up and operating radiographic equipment used in the medical diagnosis and/or treatment of patients and includes infection control procedures.
  • Selects proper ionizing factors for radiological diagnosis. Adjusts/sets radiographic controls.
  • Positions patients and takes X-rays of specific parts of the patient's body as requested by physicians.
  • Assess images (QA) to ensure the images meet standards per protocol.
  • Sends images to PACS.
  • Complies with safety standards.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Associate's degree in Radiological Technology from an accredited Radiologic Technologist program.

Other Requirements:

  • American Registry of Radiologic Technologist registration (ARRT)
  • Current state (VA) Radiologic Technologist certificate or license.
  • Must be COVID-19 Vaccinated


  • One to three years of experience as Radiologic Technologist, preferably in a medical or orthopedic practice environment.
  • Will consider new graduates contingent upon passing ARRT certification and applying for state license.

Knowledge and skills:

  • Knowledge of X-ray procedures and protocols.
  • Knowledge of anatomy and physiology necessary to perform X-ray procedures.
  • Knowledge of radiology equipment including safety hazards common to radiology.
  • Skill in identifying equipment problems and correcting or notifying supervisor.
  • Knowledge of infection control and radiological safety procedures.
  • Basic computer skills needed.

Equipment Operated:

  • Radiological equipment used for medical diagnosis and treatment.
  • Digital (DR) and Computed (CR) Radiography machines.
  • C-Arm