Radiology Technologist, PRN, Baptist South

Date Posted: Jun 21, 2024

Status: PRN

Shift Details: Various shifts

Job Summary

*$500 Sign-On Bonus* 


Baptist Medical Center is looking to add a Radiology Technologist in our Radiology Department at Baptist South. The primary responsibility of our Radiology Technologist is to ensure physicians and other members of a patient’s care team receive high-quality images they can use to make diagnoses or assess the success of treatments. This is a PRN Opportunity Various shifts. Participation in call & holiday rotation is required.



This Radiology Technologist will be responsible for:  

  • Performs general diagnostic, operative, and emergency room procedures at a level not requiring constant supervision.
  • Identifies, prepares, administers, and documents medications as prescribed by a licensed practitioner in accordance with state, and federal regulations or Lawful institutional policy.

This Radiology Technologist will be located at Baptist South. If you are interested in this PRN opportunity, please apply now or contact

Education Required

Vocational School

Education Preferred

Associate's Degree


  • None Customer Service Experience
  • None Radiology/Imaging Experience
  • None Experience working in a hospital setting

License and Certification

  • Registered Technologist in Radiography ARRT (R) Required
  • Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Required
  • Licensed Radiologic Technologist Required


Baptist South
14550 Old St. Augustine Rd
Jacksonville, FL, 32258

Location Overview

Opened in 2005 in southern Jacksonville, Baptist Medical Center South has doubled in size. This full-service hospital provides a healing environment, from its architecture to amenities, and also is a digital environment using an electronic medical record. Baptist South was designated a Magnet™ hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for excellence in patient care and is a Joint Commission-certified stroke center and an accredited chest pain center. Baptist Medical Center South has been ranked No. 1 among metro Jacksonville hospitals in the U.S. News and World Report annual Best Hospital rankings.  Baptist has also been named one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare in the U.S. by Modern Healthcare. The hospital is minutes away from sports, shopping, music, cultural and entertainment venues, as well as beautiful beaches.

About Baptist Health

Chosen as the area's “Most Preferred” healthcare provider every year since 1990 according to the annual National Research Corporation study of Jacksonville area residents, Baptist Health ranks highest in the categories of Best Doctors, Best Nurses, Best Quality and Best Reputation.