Medical Radiation Technologist- Nuclear
Cornwall Community Hospital
Located along the beautiful and historic St. Lawrence River, Cornwall, Ontario is a short one-hour drive from Ottawa or Montreal. Our growing community is beautiful, safe, and friendly. You’ll find everything you need to enjoy an exceptional quality of life. Ours is a full-service city with a small-town feel, where everything is just minutes away from your front door! Cornwall is also among the most affordable cities to live in, especially when it comes to housing.You'll want to work with Cornwall Community Hospital because…We've been caring for our community for over 100 years and we're proud of our history!Cornwall Community Hospital was incorporated in 2004 with the amalgamation of the Cornwall General Hospital and the acute care services of the Hotel Dieu Hospital, both with over 100 years of health care service to Cornwall and surrounding area. With the completion of a major redevelopment project in 2014, and the construction of the Addiction and Mental Health Centre at the end of 2016, the hospital consolidated all acute care and community-based services on their McConnell Avenue site. Having everything on one campus positions the hospital well to serve its community for many years to come.As part of the Cornwall Community Hospital, you will uphold the mission, vision and ICARE values in order to create a safe environment for patients/clients, families, staff, physicians and volunteers, recognizing “Patient Safety” and our hospital’s “Senior Friendly Strategies” as a top priority in creating a culture of safety and “The Workplace of Choice”. We offer competitive pay, work-life balance, and employee support programs.
Under the direction of the Director, Diagnostic Services and under the supervision of the Nuclear Medicine Charge Technologist, the technologist will perform all required Nuclear Medicine examinations according to prescribed standards as well as embody a culture of caregiver inclusion in the patient’s plan of care. He/she will produce images following departmental protocols, utilize all protective radiation safeguards, prepare and administer radiopharmaceuticals and perform daily quality controls on our products and equipment. He/she will document all appropriate information in the radiology information system and uphold all policies and procedures of the department and organization.
• Current Registration with the College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario with Designation of Nuclear Medicine certification
• 2 years minimum technical experience in Nuclear Medicine
• Recent relevant experience
• I.V Certification and experience administering radiopharmaceuticals
• Proficiency with Nuclear Medicine equipment and associated medical devices
• Excellent computer skills and good working knowledge of HIS, Ris and PACS
• Demonstrated effective communication skills, critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, and organizational skills
• Proven knowledge and experience of routine quality control procedures specific to Nuclear Medicine
• Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced work environment
• Strong attention to detail and the ability to work well with multiple interruptions
• Ability to work independently and within a multi-disciplinary team environment
• Must meet physical demands of position including lifting over 60 lbs. and withstand constant standing and/or walking.
• Current certification in BCLS
• Demonstrated regular/punctual attendance
• Demonstrated commitment to patient safety
• Functional level in both official languages (oral and written in English; oral in French) – and testing completed
• Current registration with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists
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840, McConnell Avenue