Posted By: Alert India


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Program Implementation


Job Description

ALERT India is looking for highly motivated Radiographers to operate a state-of-the-art ultraportable handheld X-ray machine fitted with Computer Assisted Diagnostics (CAD) software and Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACs). As part of the C-19RM grant, ALERT India as a SR partner of WJCF shall be implementing this program. The project will be screening vulnerable population using these X-ray machines in a mix of community camps and primary health facilities. While the machines are relatively new and complete expertise is not a prerequisite since training shall be conducted for the same, the ideal candidate is expected to be well-versed with X-ray equipment operability and should possess excellent demonstrated patient handling ability. They should be able to function independently, be self-motivated, can thrive in challenging environments, willing to travel, and have a strong commitment to excellence. The Radiographers will report to the District Supervisor of the district.


• Handling of the ultraportable X-ray machine unit. The unit including generator, detector, CAD software, lead aprons (if available), frames etc will be transported in a compact bag to and from camp locations to its stationing facility. Maintenance, transportation, and safekeeping of the unit will be the responsibility of the radiographer

• Handling queries from patients and offering pre-procedure guidance

• Using radiographic equipment, including surgical and portable equipment, to do x-rays, and labelling them appropriately

• Collecting and reporting the results of x-rays to the Medical Officer managing the patient

• Monitoring the radiographic equipment and supplies and ensuring there are sufficient supplies by submitting purchase requests proactively

• Maintaining stock register for the camp

• Ensuring the maintenance of X-ray machines and other related equipment. Coordinating with relevant stakeholders for AMC and any corrective/ preventive maintenance required

• Documenting, recording, and storage of patient data

• Performing end of day tasks and reporting

• Holding all patient Protected Health Information (PHI), other patients’ personal information and agency information in confidence, in accordance with the Employee Confidentiality Statement

• Coordinating and cooperating with other staff in daily routine and to assist in health camps, as and when required

• Observing the schedule for work, lunch, and breaks.

• Any other jobs assigned as per program need.

Good to have:

• Will be helpful if the candidate already has a TLD badge. Please mention this during application and first interview so that TLD badge can be applied for and procured accordingly, if required.

• Some working knowledge of ultraportable handheld X-ray machines and CAD software will be a bonus.

Salary: CTC Rs. 4,20,000/- per annum, commensurate with skills/experience and last drawn salary.

Interested candidates are requested to share their CVs at and fill in their information on the link latest by 31st October 2022.

Eligibility Criteria


• Diploma/Degree in Medical Radiology & Imaging Technology from the Government recognised institute with at least 18 months of experience in a similar capacity

• Candidates with higher qualifications (for example, Graduates and above) shall be preferred

• Experience in working in MDU or public health camp settings would be an added advantage

• Good documentation skills

• Enthusiasm for community engagement

• Proficiency in the use of computers and the relevant software packages

• Outstanding thinking and reasoning skills

• Ability to work independently but also as a part of a healthcare team

• Sensitivity and understanding towards patients during procedures

• Excellent attention to detail and the ability to perform well under pressure

• Physical strength to assist with the lifting or moving of patients to ensure their positioning is correct for the specific procedure

• Should be willing to travel extensively for project purposes within and outside the respective district.

• Languages: Excellent written and spoken command of English and Gujarati languages.

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Alert India
  • About Organization:ABOUT: ALERT-INDIA, is a Non-Government Organisation founded in 1978, Reg. Under the Indian Societies Registration Act,1860 is committed to improving the health and social status of people affected by leprosy and other communicable diseases with a special focus on vulnerable groups such as tribal, women, children and disabled through people-centered disease control programs and community initiatives. Alert India implementing of Patients Provider Support Agency (PPSA) Project (Under NTEP Programme) at Jharkhand in collaboration with National Health Mission & State TB Office, Government of Jharkhand for private health sector engagement for Tuberculosis (TB) Elimination and National TB Elimination Programme (NTEP) services delivery to the TB patients managed in the private health sector in the State of Jharkhand.