We propose a design for planar multi-turn flux transformer for radio frequency (rf) superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometers. This transformer is integrated with a coplanar resonator, e.g., on a 1 cm2 LaAlO3 substrate. Its pickup loop is connected with two input coils, separate for dc (low-frequency) and rf currents. A double-hole washer SQUID is coupled to these coils in a flip-chip configuration to form a magnetometer. The separation of rf and dc current paths in the transformer made it possible to demonstrate the rf SQUID magnetometer operation. © 1998 American Institute of Physics.