Combined Laboratory andamp; X-Ray Technologist I in St Paul, Alberta

Medical

Under the supervision of, and in consultation with, the Department Supervisor the CLXT I is responsible to perform site specific manual and automated approved laboratory procedures, diagnostic imaging exams and related duties, following established standards and practices defined by the ACCLXT (Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-ray Technicians), CPSA (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta) and HPA (Health Professions Act).Formal Education: Certified graduate of a recognized Combined Laboratory and X-ray Technician (CLXT) program is requiredExperience: Alberta Health Services hires new graduate CLXT's with the required educational background as stated aboveExperience in performing procedures in a variety of laboratory/diagnostic imaging disciplines is desiredComputer experience and keyboarding skills are desiredExperience with mobile radiography is desiredLicense(s), Certificate(s), Professional Membership(s): Must be registered with the Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-ray Technicians (ACCLXT)Knowledge, Skills, Abilites and Competencies: Knowledge of CPSA standards and protocols in the areas of laboratory and diagnostic as it relates to specific job assignment Demonstration of high level of organizational, communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skillsAbility to work well with patients and all members of the Health Centre teamAbility to work independently, efficiently, effectively and accurately in a fast paced working environmentAbility to work under pressure in emergency situationsExercises good judgement when decisions must be madeDemonstrates team skillsDemonstrates critical thinking skillsAdapts to change and is flexibleDemonstrates initiative, creativity and flexibility in work environmentAbility to work a variety of shifts, weekends and on call as requiredAbility to demonstrate and maintain the competencies of a CLXT as outlined by ACCLXTDemonstrated commitment to the vision of Aspen Regional HealthPhysical Effort/Strength Required: Frequent physical demands include walking, standing, bending, lifting, and hand movements and extensive use of computers may cause eyestrain Cora Therrien, BSc, RTR DI Manager Northeast Alberta Health Services Fax:( email:Cora.Therrien@albertahealthservices.ca AHS values the diversity of the people and communities we serve, and is committedto attracting, engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce.Listing originally posted at http://www.peoplemenders.com/SearchCareers/JobPostingDetails.aspx?id=164846&code=K09&ja=oodle


Category:  Medical  |  Address:  St Paul Alberta


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