Medical Associates of NWA

PRN Ultrasound Tech

Job Locations US-AR-Fayetteville
Lab/Health Services
Position Type
Location/Org Data : Name
Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic



This PRN position will provide coverage for vacation and sick time, but has potential to transition to full time. 


About MANA Imaging


MANA Imaging is a fast paced imaging group who is committed to delivering personalized, quality, patient-centric care. Our team of board certified radiologists and staff place patient care at the core while delivering an efficient and fulfilling experience for both patients and technologists. We are seeking an Ultrasound tech that is passionate about improving the quality of life for our patients through exemplary, compassionate care to join our team. Our radiologists are trusted experts in the community, providing excellent diagnostic care and radiology to physicians and patients in Northwest Arkansas since 1975.


About MANA

Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas (MANA) is an independent physician group that includes family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health and an array of specialists and advanced health services.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life by providing compassionate, comprehensive, quality healthcare.


  • Personalized environment
  • Quality patient experiences
  • Physicians that care for your wholistic well-being
  • A learning organization that cares for employees in every stage of career

What We Offer

At MANA, you will receive more than just pay. We offer various benefits that matter most to you. MANA team members are eligible to receive benefits. Below are some of our various benefit offerings:

  • Comprehensive Benefits –
  • Medical & dental
  • 401(K) match and profit sharing
  • Up to 21.5 paid days off (PDO, EID and Perfect Attendance benefits) & 6 days paid holidays; during your first year of employment
  • Employer paid life, long-term & short-term disability benefits
  • One-On-One Training and Development


Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas (MANA) is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.



  • Perform diagnostic sonogram procedures as required: achieve a high level of image quality
  • Be observant for image artifacts and keep them to a minimum
  • Obtain patient history as needed
  • Echo experience preferred but not required
  • Assist lead US tech or physician during procedures, helping to put the patient at ease


  • Plus 2 years related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Graduation from a certified Radiological Technology Program and/or a certified Ultrasound program, RDMS certification or registry eligible


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