As a radiodiagnostic laboratory technician you perform radiological examinations in the modern and well-equipped institute in Switzerland. You have successfully completed your Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences bachelor degree. You’re socially skilled and motivated.
When working, you can expect a variety of tasks and activities in an interesting working environment. The team you’ll be joining is versatile and well-established. You’ll feel right at home in this dynamic group.
What you do as a radiodiagnostic laboratory technician is conducting various forms of diagnostic research. The equipment that is used for this works on the basis of ultrasound, X-rays or magnetic fields. Examples of methods that radiodiagnostic laboratory technicians use are:
- CT scan (Computed Tomography) / CAT scan (Computed Axial Tomography)
- MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan
- PET scan (Positron Emission Tomography)
- X-rays (by means of a table bucky, wall bucky, traumastative or mammograph for mammographies)
- Ultrasound / ultrasound scan
- Fluoroscopy / screening (doping)
- Angiography (X-ray examination of blood vessels)
You are in possession of a bachelor degree in Medical Imaging and Radiation sciences;
Having work experience as a Radio diagnostic laboratory technician is an advantage (not required);
You have a reasonable command of the German language (Minimum level B1) or are willing to learn;
You have perseverance, adaptability and are flexible;
You are available for at least 1 year.
What do we offer?
A unique experience to live and work in beautiful Switzerland;
An above average salary;
- Good guidance during emigration;
- Housing at a reduced rate.