Medical Radiation Technologist – Nuclear Medicine
Grey Bruce Health Services
Grey Bruce Health Services is a multi-site health care corporation with six hospital locations across Grey and Bruce Counties. Located 2 hours north of Toronto on the shores of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, Grey-Bruce offers the perfect combination of natural paradise and urban convenience, appealing to recreation and cultural enthusiasts’ alike. In order to provide excellent medical care close to home for the approximately 150,000 residents, Grey Bruce Health Services runs a large secondary-level acuity Hospital in Owen Sound, as well as five small rural Hospitals in Lion’s Head, Wiarton, Southampton, Markdale and Meaford, each offering 24-hour Emergency care and a range of inpatient and ambulatory services.
Reporting to the Manager of Diagnostic Imaging, the Medical Radiation Technologist’s (MRT) key responsibilities include: performing General Nuclear Medicine and Nuclear Cardiology imaging and non-imaging procedures as outlined in the procedure manual; adjusting imaging parameters to ensure high quality studies and ensuring a safe working environment. The MRT provides instruction to patients before, during and after examinations and assesses relevance of the examination based on patient clinical history. It is the responsibility of the incumbent to maintain competency in the nuclear medicine examinations required and performed within the department. Duties are conducted in accordance with the Standards of Practice of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario and the Health Professionals Act.
• 3 year community college or undergraduate degree
• Current registration with the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario in Radiography or eligible for registration
• Professional Liability Insurance
• Current registration with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologist (or eligible for registration)
• Working knowledge of the Standards of Practice of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario and the Health Professionals Act
• Current PACS experience
• IV Certification course
• Advanced Computer Skills
• Proven interpersonal skills to successfully communicate with patients and staff
• Demonstrated ability in the following competencies: initiative/self-management, problem solving and accountability
• Able to identify process improvement opportunities and recommend solutions
• Able to maintain confidentiality
• Able to work independently and co-operatively as part of a team
• Positive advocate for professional body of Nuclear Medicine and the Imaging Department
• Availability to work all shifts, including weekends, and ability for multi-site coverage when required
• Recent satisfactory performance and attendance records
• Knowledge of and adherence to GBHS ‘CARE’ Behaviours (Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, Excellence)
• Advocates and supports a culture of patient safety and demonstrates an understanding of how the department service and assigned responsibilities contribute to overall patient safety at GBHS through patient safety knowledge, skills and attitudes
Casual to 37.5 hours/wk
$32.99 - $44.22 / hour
In order to be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to the Human Resources department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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