Medical Radiation Technologist -CT Scan/X-Ray

Permanent Full-time

JSCN Medical Clinic LP.

Medical Radiation Technologist -CT Scan/X-Ray

Location:

National Medical Imaging Clinic and Educational and Research Centre

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Job Status:

Permanent Full-time

Hours of Work:

Variable shifts

Our Clinic:

The National Medical Imaging Clinic Education and Research Centre is located on the North Side of Market Mall in beautiful Saskatoon. We have developed a 6,000 sqf medical imaging facility to provide magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), X- Ray and Ultrasound services.

With our partners, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, NAIT, Mitchener Institute of Education. This will truly make for an exciting work experience.

Our organization has excellent opportunities for Technologists interested in expanding their professional careers in educational, research and clinical services.

Summary of Duties: 

Under the supervision of the Clinic Manager. The CT Technologists are responsible for providing optimal patient care and performing CT/X-Ray diagnostic procedures as per imaging protocols. This role involves participating in teaching, education, research, safety and quality improvement programs and activities. 

Qualifications: 

Medical Radiation Technology Diploma 

Registered with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists 

Registered with the Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists

Hold a CT Imaging Certificate or equivalent Certified in venipuncture 

CPR certification 

Knowledge, Skills & Responsibilities: 

Intermediate computer skills 

Strong communication skills

Ability to work independently

Drug administration

Ability to work in X-Ray and CT Scan

Ability to work positively and collaboratively in an inter-disciplinary setting.

Experience:

1-year previous experience as a Medical Radiation Technologist (CT) preferred.

Key Activities:

Perform CT and X-Ray imaging procedures as required in an accurate and concise way.

Start intravenous to support injection of contrast media.

Monitor condition of the patient prior to and throughout the procedure.

Ensure concerns of all patients and their families are addressed appropriately to relieve any anxiety associated with the examination.

Accurately Input patient data into the RIS.

Check and collect Clinical History.

Follow all protocols provided regarding specific imaging criteria.

Specialized skills, training, and knowledge in Contrast Injection

Assumes responsibility for the safety, mental and physical comfort of patients while they are in the technologists’ care.

Liaises with patients; explains and ensures informed consent (verbal/written) is obtained for procedures, when necessary

Participate in teaching, educational, safety and quality improvement programs/activities.

Perform other related clinic and patient care responsibilities to facilitate the provision of optimal patient care.

Maintain professional and technical knowledge by:

·         attending educational workshops

·         reviewing professional publications

·         establishing personal networks

·         participating in professional associations

Submit Resumes to:

clinic@nationalmedicalimage.ca