Casual position at University of Toronto to assist with women’s health research
University of Toronto
We are looking for a Michener Institute ultrasound graduate to provide casual support for a University of Toronto research project through Dr. Amy Kirkham's lab, focusing on exercise and diet interventions in pre- and post-menopausal women. The candidate would be responsible for acquisition of resting and exercise (stress) echocardiography scans according to a pre-determined protocol.
Start date: ASAP (End of January preferred)
End date: End of April 2024 (but future work may be available)
Time commitment: Variable, ~3-5 hours/week
Hourly wage: $50-75, compensation commensurate with experience.
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume and your availability, along with a brief email detailing your interest in this opportunity.
Deadline: Friday, January 19th, 2024"
Experience: We are looking for a candidate who is a graduate of the Michener Institute ultrasound program (or has similar experience). Experience with performing exercise (stress) echocardiography and experience with female clinical populations is an asset.
$50-75, compensation commensurate with experience.