Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Windsor Heart Institute
Windsor is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, on the south bank of the Detroit River directly across from Detroit, Michigan. Located in Essex County, it is the southernmost city in CanadaThe city's population is approximately 330,000.Windsor is a major contributor to Canada's automotive industry and is culturally diverse. Known as the "Automotive Capital of Canada", Windsor's industrial and manufacturing heritage is responsible for how the city has developed through the years.For nature lovers, Windsor's Department of Parks and Recreation maintains 1,200 hectares of green space, 180 parks and 64 km of trails.Windsor/Essex is home to 18 wineries including a 52 acre farm and winery that has Ontario’s only walk out beachfront wineryWindsor Heart Institute is home to 5 fellowship trained, board certified cardiologists offering a multitude of cardiac services. We make up the largest cardiovascular center in the Windsor, Essex County area. Our diagnostic services include rest and stress echocardiograms, EKGs, holter/event and blood pressure monitors. Nuclear Cardiology will be added in the fall of 2023. Cardiac consultations are also done at the clinic. All technologists are trained and certified in their unique specialties.
2464 Howard Avenue, Suite 201, Windsor, Ontario
Are you patient focused Nuclear Medicine Technologist with excellent clinical skills looking for a great environment with an outstanding team?
Windsor Heart institute is recruiting a full-time Nuclear Medicine Technologist for our new Diagnostic Nuclear Cardiology facility. The successful candidate will have experience in performing Nuclear Cardiology studies, processing data and assisting with stress testing.
Responsibilities include patient history taking and preparation, imaging and processing of Cardiac studies per WHI protocols while adhering to all Licensing and Radiation Safety guidelines set out by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
· Utilize principles of ALARA to minimize radiation exposure to self, co-workers and patients.
Perform Nuclear Diagnostic procedures while adhering to CMRTO/CAMRT guidelines.
Perform regular quality control of department instrumentation and report anomalies to Manager.
Ordering and dispensing radiopharmaceuticals for use in diagnostic procedures.• Image analysis and data manipulation.
Receipt and transport of TDG class 7 items.
Provide quality care and service to patients and the referring team.
Paid time off
Full time , 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday
$40-$50 per hour
Sign on Bonus
2464 Howard Avenue, Suite 201
519-977-6643 x 206