Job Title: CT Technologist

Company: West Cancer Center

Location: Memphis, Tennessee

Salary Range: $22.00 - $35.00 an hour (based on experience) 

About Us:

West Cancer Center is not just a healthcare institution; it's a beacon of hope for cancer patients and their families. Our commitment to excellence in patient care, cutting-edge research, and compassionate support sets us apart as a leader in the fight against cancer. Join us in our mission to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected by this disease. West Cancer Center is a multi-specialty, academic, regional cancer center specializing in adult care and prevention.

Position Overview:

At West Cancer Center, we are dedicated to providing exceptional care to our patients, employing cutting-edge technology and a compassionate approach. As a CT Technologist I, you will play a pivotal role in our commitment to excellence. Your primary responsibility will be operating imaging equipment to conduct procedures tailored to our specified patient population. It is imperative that you exemplify appropriate behavior as outlined in our Mission, Vision, and Values.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Performs quality radiologic procedures using appropriate technical and safety methods.
  • Responsible for monitoring and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, quality standards, compliance activities, and policies and procedures.
  • Effectively manages resources such as supplies and equipment. Plans work and completes job responsibilities in an efficient and productive manner.


  • Completion of a formal education program in radiography accredited by a mechanism acceptable to ARRT.
  • Certification and registration as R.T.(R) ARRT.
  • Must have CT certification within 18 months of date of hire.
  • BLS is required.
  • New graduates of an accredited program without ARRT will be accepted and must obtain certification and registry within one year of graduation date.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Why West Cancer Center is a Great Place to Work:

Patient-Centered Care: At West Cancer Center, we prioritize the needs of our patients above all else. As an oncology nurse, you will have the opportunity to make a profound impact on the lives of those battling cancer by providing personalized, compassionate care.

Collaborative Team Environment: Our multidisciplinary team approach ensures that each patient receives comprehensive, coordinated care. You'll have the opportunity to collaborate with top oncologists, researchers, and healthcare professionals in a supportive and dynamic environment.

Professional Growth and Development: We are committed to investing in our employees' growth and development. From ongoing training opportunities to tuition reimbursement programs, we provide the resources you need to advance your career and expand your knowledge in oncology nursing.

State-of-the-Art Facilities: Our modern facilities are equipped with the latest technology and resources, allowing you to deliver the highest quality of care to our patients in a comfortable and welcoming environment.

Community Impact: Join a team that is making a difference in the fight against cancer. At West Cancer Center, you'll be part of a supportive community that is dedicated to improving outcomes for cancer patients and their families.

Competitive Benefits: We offer health and wellness benefits, Paid Time Off, paid holidays in addition to PTO, 401k, and tuition assistance as part of our benefits package.

Join our team at West Cancer Center and contribute to our mission of delivering superior care to our patients. As a CT Technologist I, you will have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve while working in a supportive and collaborative environment. Apply now to become part of our dedicated team.

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