Are you interested in working a few weeks in rural Western BC?
Interested in exploring what nature has to offer, all while adding valuable experience to your resume? In fact, you can think of this relief assignment as an adventure—you’ll be flown in by the client, do your work, and then fly back home!
Our client’s hospital located in rural British Columbia is in need of 2-3 MRTs to come in and rescue the local staff for the next 2-6 months.
ALL FLIGHTS AND ACCOMMODATIONS ARE COVERED!
Start working from Monday, July 4th!
Stay a minimum of 8 weeks at a time or as long as you are able to!
What Will You Do as a Medical Radiation Technologist?
– Our Client’s expectation is that you will not return back home for the duration of this relief assignment.
– You will be working 8 hour days with a 30 minute unpaid lunch break, from 11:30 to 12:00 PM each day.
– Before and after your shifts, which will typically be from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, you will be “on-call” and paid for your time.
– Be responsible for day, evening, night and weekend shifts and performs diagnostic radiographic examinations in accordance with departmental policies and procedures, observing safe radiation protection practices.
– Receiving and completing requisitions, and entering relevant data system
– Preparing patients for examination, and monitoring patients during procedures,
– Operating radiographic equipment, and maintaining cleanliness of imaging rooms and immobilization equipment.
So how can you, make the most of this opportunity?
– Current Certification with the CAMRT.
– Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification
– Basic Life Support (BCLS) level.
– Registered MRT with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT)
– Comprehensive knowledge of the standards of practice and guidelines for Medical Imaging practitioners established by the CAMRT and/or other relevant national professional associations.
– Comprehensive knowledge of evidence-based practice related to designated modalities.
– Comprehensive knowledge of organization policies, procedures and standards of care.
– Broad knowledge and practice of safe work procedures with radiology equipment.
– Broad knowledge of research process and methodology.
– Broad knowledge of PACS/Radiology Information Systems, i.e. digital imaging, image archiving and retrieval. – Must be a fluent English speaker. Reading and writing skills in English would be a strong asset.
What Will You Gain?:
Aside from the valuable experience to bolster your career, this position will allow you some free time (outside of your work hours) to explore the beautiful scenery around the hospital. Western BC is known for its stunning fjords and access to the sea.
Our Client has agreed to pay for flight and accommodation expenses. This accommodation will have a kitchen and access to local amenities.
Hourly pay is $37 – $40/hour!
To apply for this opportunity, send me your resumes directly to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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