Looking for a Radiology Job? Are you comfortable with using medical imaging technology to diagnose and treat sicknesses and injuries? As a Radiologist, the candidate will be required to consult with other physicians or doctors to take the treatment of patients ahead. A radiology jobs entails the candidate to evaluate the patients' medical histories so that it can be determined that the tests will not cause any harm. In cases where the patient might be allergic to a particular test, it would be the job of a radiologist to suggest an alternative technique. The candidate would also need to perform diagnostic imaging procedures such as X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans and ultrasounds, to diagnose illnesses and injuries. The interpretation of the test outcomes is also the job of a radiologist. Radiologists also have to communicate the test results and their diagnosis to a patient's doctor through a written report. Radiologists have to be extremely organized and also able to juggle many tasks at once. Strong interpersonal skills coupled with communication skills are crucial for someone hoping to take up a radiology job. Also, candidates seeking the job in radiology should be adept in general radiology techniques, such as X-ray, mammography and ultrasound.