Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Windsor Regional Hospital
Windsor Regional Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in the Province of Ontario, serving a population of 400,000 people in Windsor and Essex County. It is the regional provider of advanced care in areas that include Complex Trauma, Renal Dialysis, Cardiac Care, Stroke and Neurosurgery, Intensive Care, Acute Mental Health, Family Birthing Centre, Neonatal Intensive Care, Paediatric Services, Regional Cancer services and a broad range of medical and surgical services required to support these specialized areas. Through a major initiative involving the two hospitals in Windsor, a realignment of programs and services was achieved on October 1, 2013, when Windsor Regional Hospital became responsible for the governance, management and operations of the Ouellette Campus along with continuing its responsibility for the Metropolitan Campus. The ultimate vision is to design and construct a new state-of-the-art acute hospital healthcare facility serving the needs of Windsor-Essex for generations to come. Providing Acute Care Services with 483 plus beds and an operating budget of half of a billion dollars, Windsor Regional Hospital is one of the largest community based non-academic hospitals in the Province of Ontario.
1030 Ouellette Ave. Windsor, ON N9A 1E1
Under the overall direction of the Manager, Nuclear Medicine or designate, the Nuclear Medicine Technologist performs at a technical level not requiring constant supervision. Performs a variety of technical procedures that require independent judgment, with skill, ingenuity and initiative. Must possess excellent knowledge in the performance of all nuclear medicine procedures performed in the department. May assume responsibility for designated areas of procedures as required. The Nuclear Medicine Technologist complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Standards for the hospital and is proactive on promoting a safe work environment as well as adhering to all Licensing and Radiation Safety guidelines set out by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
Certification as a M.R.T.(N). – required
Current membership with the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario - required
Classified as a Nuclear Energy Worker – required
Current CPR certificate-preferred
Demonstrates excellent knowledge and is able to perform all current nuclear medicine procedures in the department
Demonstrates independent judgment, skill, ingenuity and initiative in the performance of duties to obtain superior diagnostic images.
Demonstrates a commitment to participate in Quality Improvement Initiatives/Programs
Demonstrated high standards in oral and written communication skills and ability to work as a member of an integrated healthcare team
Demonstrated commitment to maintaining / enhancing professional competence through participation in appropriate continuing education activities
General good health and a level of functional ability appropriate to the demands of the position
French language skills an asset
7.5 hour rotational shifts including rotational weekends
as per the collective agreement
This is a temporary part-time position. End date is unknown at this time.
Human Resources Advisor
1030 Ouellette Avenue Windsor ON N9A 1E1
(519) 973-4444 ext. 32544