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Nuclear Medicine Technologist - 18010

Toronto, ON

Posted: 09/25/2023 Category: Other Job Number: 18010 Pay Rate: Competitive

Job Description

Are you an experienced Nuclear Medicine Technologist looking for a new career opportunity with one of Canada’s Top Growing Companies? Do you have a dynamic driven mindset with a desire to be an essential contributor to the healthcare industry? Are you methodical, detail-oriented, and excited about a new challenge?

My client, an award-winning healthcare company in Canada, is going through remarkable growth and expansion and is looking for a Nuclear Medicine Technologist to join their team of service professionals. Reporting to the Clinic Leader, the Nuclear Medicine Technologist will be responsible for executing Nuclear Medicine operations on lung, renal scans, spleen, hepatobiliary, liver, brain, bone, and thyroid. The ideal candidate will have certification and nuclear medicine performance experience, a friendly and respectfully demeanour, and the ability work independently and collaboratively. 

My client is committed to:
  • Fostering a passionate and values-driven company culture and motivational work environment
  • Providing ongoing training and career development opportunities
  • Partnership with schools and colleges to empower continuing education programs

What the Nuclear Medicine Technologist does:
  • Oversee patient identification, preparation, and safety to ensure accuracy prior to nuclear medicine examinations, and maintaining confidentiality
  • Record all relevant information pertaining to the patient’s history
  • Report to supervisor of abnormal or unusual circumstances and ensure compliance to departmental guidelines
  • Prepare and organize nuclear medicine equipment and comply to company’s standards
  • Manage supplies and communicate shortages
  • Radio pharmaceutical set up and managing quality
  • Performing nuclear medicine operations such as lung, spleen, renal spans, hepatobiliary, liver, brain, thyroid and bone
  • Provide I131 thyroid treatments, Bone Densitometry scans
  • Gallium scans, RBC liver/spleen scans
  • Venograms, dacrocystograms and testicular scans
  • Rest and stress MUGA’s
  • Confirm all quality control assessment are implement as required
  • Oversee all malfunctions in nuclear medicine equipment and perform maintenance, operation, and minor trouble shooting based on manufacturing guidelines
  • Provide a signature for all required documentation
  • Follow government and company regulations
  • Maintain continuing CMRTO registration and medical educational requirements necessary for ongoing certification
  • Support other internal staff when possible
  • Other duties when needed

What the successful candidate will bring:
  • Current and valid Certificate of Registration with the Association of Medical Radiation Technologists of the relevant province
  • Advance understanding and proficiency in general nuclear medicine procedures
  • Upkeep First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Willingness to work varying shifts
  • Self-evaluate performance, establish personal objectives and participate in yearly staff performance review

In return, what you can expect:
  • Working for a several award-winning company
  • Opportunities to grow within the role
  • Competitive salary and sign on bonus for specific locations
  • Comprehensive benefits package
  • Employee assistance program (EAP)
  • Relocation benefits
  • Opportunities to travel within the region and earn premium and mileage

Only candidates already eligible to work in Canada will be reviewed. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. Salary and other compensation will be based on the experience of the selected candidate.

Meet Your Recruiter

Tania McMahon
Senior Recruitment Consultant & Head of Coaching
Marketing, Hospitality & Events

Tania is a seasoned leader with over 16 years of experience in hospitality and event leadership, and an in-depth understanding of union and non-unionized environments. She is a valuable consultant to our clients, drawing on her expertise from a career that has included management, operations, high-volume recruitment, business development, sales, marketing and project management.  

Tania has hired, trained and retained highly successful teams in customer service and hospitality. A confident communicator, she develops and retains strong relationships and orchestrates strategic solutions to address her clients’ talent needs. She also acts as The Headhunters' Head of Coaching, developing strategies to help our team achieve goals and overcome obstacles.

Tania is an accredited success and mindset coach and has completed an accelerated MBA with a marketing focus. She is a fundraising event expert for local children’s charities and hospitals, and a proud mom of two sons who are making their mark on the world. In her spare time, she is often found travelling, kayaking, or exploring the outdoors with her puppy.

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