CAMRIS International is an international development and research firm that realizes innovative solutions to health and development challenges through high-quality, cost-effective program and research management services. With experience working in more than 80 countries, we combine our proven systems with today’s most effective, evidence-based best practices to improve the lives of people around the world. We apply a customized, customer-centric, cost-effective business approach to offer greater value to our clients and challenge the way things have always been done in our field.
CAMRIS clients include U.S. government agencies and multilateral and private organizations. Our core practice areas include public health, agriculture and food security, economic development, education, environment, humanitarian assistance, democracy and governance, and medical research.
This is an opportunity for employment or a contract, but we reserve the right to make no selection or award. Contingent on bid award.
CAMRIS is seeking exceptional candidates to provide scientific, technical, and other professional support services to assist the National Institutes of Health (NIH-- which is comprised of the Office of the Director and 27 Institutes and Centers) in meeting its operational objectives.
Operates ultrasound equipment to reveal internal anatomical structures and medical conditions that can’t be viewed by using x- rays.
Schedules and coordinates tests, records test results, and prepares and maintains operational logs.
Performs scheduling of patients for the procedures.
Calibrates and maintains ultrasound equipment.
Explains the imaging procedures that will be performed to the patients.
Write a summary of the results and presents to the physicians.
Perform patient education, healthcare provider education, scheduling, and case report forms.
Suggests equipment modification and evaluates the quality of ultrasound images.
Assists with developing budgets for the department.
Works with the principle investigators to schedule time with the ultrasound machine.
Organizes data into computerized data sets and reviews the quality and accuracy of the data.
Trains new technicians on how to operate the ultrasound machine.
Works with the principal investigators to prepare new research protocols.
One (1) year of relevant experience. Registration with the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers.
Master’s degree in a related field. Completion of a one-year program in Ultrasound Technology.
This effort is for a bid and contingent on award.