Also referred to as: Radiation Therapist II, Registered Radiation Therapy Technologist II
Requirements and Responsibilities

Radiation Therapy technologist (ARRT) II administers radiation therapy by exposing specific areas of the patient's body to prescribed doses of radiation. Maintains patient charts, noting such information as the area treated, the radiation dosage, equipment control settings, the patient's reactions, and the total amount of radiation received to date. Being a Radiation Therapy technologist (ARRT) II consults with radiation oncologists and other clinical staff as needed. May require a bachelor's degree in a related area. Additionally, Radiation Therapy technologist (ARRT) II typically requires graduation from an accredited radiation therapy program, certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), and a state license to practice. Typically reports to a physician or manager. The Radiation Therapy technologist (ARRT) II work is generally independent and collaborative in nature. Contributes to moderately complex aspects of a project. To be a Radiation Therapy technologist (ARRT) II typically requires 4 -7 years of related experience.

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