General Duty Cytogenetic Technologist
Under the general supervision of the Charge or delegate, the General Duty Cytogenetic Technologist is responsible for clinical analysis and reporting on patient samples according to established protocols in the Cytogenetics lab. The General Duty Cytogenetic Technologist is also responsible for assisting in Cytogenetics lab projects such as SOPs, chemical inventories, etc.
The incumbent will maintain a safe environment in accordance with professional and provincial guidelines and ensure compliance with quality assurance programs and maintain standards put forth by Accreditation. Functions are conducted in accordance with the Mission and Values of Shared Health, current policies, procedures and applicable legislation.
Graduate of an approved Genetics Technology program or
Graduate of an approved Cytogenetics laboratory training program or
A Bachelor of Science or equivalent program that includes lecture courses and laboratory courses in cytogenetics with work experience involving human related testing. Preference will be given to candidates with a Masters or post-graduate work directly related to cytogenetics. Successful completion of the CSMLS Prior Learning Assessment process is a requirement for this qualification.
Genomics Technical Manager