The University of Pittsburgh's Radiology Division in the Department of Medicine is seeking an MR Operations Coordinator. This position acts as the coordinator for the operational and administrative activities of the Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC). Duties include working with the MRRC Director to support operations and assist users in the successful implementation of their projects by coordinating access to scanners, assisting the director with the implementation of new studies, providing orientation to new users on MRRC policies and procedures, and assisting with ongoing studies.
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