BioTelemetry Research - MRI Training and Technical Specialist

2 weeks ago(1/10/2018 9:31 AM)
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Cardiocore Biotelemetry Research


MRI Training Specialist


Rochester, NY ( 75% Travel ) 



The MRI Specialist is responsible for providing the technical language required for developing site study documentation and liaising with the imaging scientist for creation of imaging protocols. They will also coordinate and complete on-site trainings along with providing remote trainings and re-trainings as needed. They will provide weekly metrics used for performance and revenue tracking.


  • Schedules, coordinates and provides on-site MRI training
  • Provide technical support to sites during the entire study period as needed.
  • Evaluate site performance then develop and deliver follow-up training to improve site performance
  • Develop and deliver remote training presentations when required
  • Develop study documentation and/or provide technical expertise in the creation of the study documentation as needed.
  • Review site surveys as requested
  • Maintaining accurate onsite and remote training records  
  • Work closely with Imaging Scientist to develop customized imaging protocols
  • May be involved in business development meetings as well as customer facing meetings


  • Radiology Technologist, ASRT (R) MR
  • Minimum of 5 years working in a clinical setting
  • Understanding of protocols used for MR imaging and how they can be manipulated to obtain needed images.
  • Strong communication skills both written and oral
  • Strong computer skills -Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and DICOM
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work as a team member
  • Experience imaging with GE, Siemens, and Philips a plus
  • Domestic and International Travel required up to 75% of the time

The company is an equal opportunity employer.


Cardiocore Biotelemetry Research


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