Charge Technologist – Anatomical Pathology


Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance

The Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (HPHA) was established in 2003 and is a voluntary collective of four hospitals (Clinton Public Hospital, St. Marys Memorial Hospital, Seaforth Community Hospital and Stratford General Hospital) that provides care across the continuum of acute and community-based services.With an annual operating budget of $148 million, the corporation has over 1,100 staff represented by three unions and a non-union group, over 500 volunteers and patient partners, and a growing number of medical staff.HPHA is an organization born out of change; one that embraces the potential of partnerships; harnesses the power of performance, and values the skills and guidance of our people – patients, families and caregivers included. That’s how we remain at the forefront of care – thriving in a changing environment, pushing the envelope, and committed to the well-being of our patients.HPHA is a proud member of the Huron Perth and Area Ontario Health Team.


Stratford General Hospital


POSITION SUMMARY: A work leader who has superior theoretical and technical knowledge at an advanced level in Anatomical Pathology. They are in charge of the Pathology Department to the extent that they are responsible to the Laboratory Administration for the efficient functioning of all technical aspects of the Pathology Department and ensure the reliability of all test results issued from that section. Additionally, the Charge Technologist is responsible for fulfilling duties related to the IHLP Regional Laboratory Program
REPORTS TO: Manager, Laboratory HPHA


- Graduate of an accredited Medical Laboratory Technology program
- Current Registration with the College of Medical Laboratory Technologists of Ontario (CMLTO) in all lab areas
- BSc. and/or ART relevant to Anatomical Pathology preferred or; Completion of a recognized Clinical Laboratory and/or Quality Management program
- Five or more years of current progressive Professional experience in an acute care Hospital Lab setting, specifically in the area of Anatomical Pathology
- Experience in a supervisory capacity, preferred
- Membership in applicable professional organizations (e.g. CAP-ACP)
- Multitasking skills to include the following:
o Ability to conduct meetings
o Ability to solve problems of an analytical or technical nature
o Ability to prepare correspondence and reports
o Ability to supervise the technical and non-technical staff
o Ability to analyze and interpret laboratory test results
o Ability to deliver presentations to various audiences
o Ability to interact effectively with other departments
o Ability to interact effectively with information systems
o Working knowledge of Microsoft Suite

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46 General Hospital Drive


519 272 8210


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