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Registered Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Job description

Registered Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Greater Toronto Area – Leading Cardiology and Diagnostic Services Clinic
Salary range between $34 to $46 per hour

MPA have been retained by a leading private Cardiology and Diagnostic Services organization to recruit for a Registered Nuclear Technologist to join their multidisciplinary team in the Greater Toronto Area. The client is part of a larger group with a network of private clients, making them one of the largest diagnostic services firms with clinics nationwide across Canada.

Reporting into the clinic leader, in this role you will be responsible for working alongside patients to perform Nuclear Medicine procedures on Bone, Brain, Thyroid, Liver, Spleen, Hepatobiliary, Renal and lung scans. The Nuclear Medicine Technologist position is open to full-time, part time or casual hours for the right candidate and is available in multiple locations across Toronto and Greater Toronto Areas.


  • Ensure patient identification, safety and preparation procedures are correct before starting nuclear medicine examinations.

  • Ensure relevant patient history is documented.

  • Inform supervisor, or designated person, of unusual or abnormal cases.

  • Set up and adjust nuclear medicine equipment, maintaining established protocol.

  • Monitor supplies and notify supervisor of shortages.

  • Ensure all quality control assessments are performed as required.

  • Rest and Stress myocardial imaging.

  • Bone, brain, thyroid, liver, spleen, hepatobiliary, renal scans, and lung.

  • I131 thyroid treatments, Bone Densitometry scans.

  • Gallium scans, RBC liver/spleen scans.

  • Venograms, Dacrocystograms and testicular scans.

  • Rest and stress MUGA’s.

  • Clean, tidy and disinfect nuclear medicine equipment and change rooms.

Essential Criteria

  • Current and valid Certificate of Registration with the Association of Medical Radiation Technologists of the relevant province.

  • Knowledge and proficiency in general nuclear medicine procedures.

  • Maintain current CPR and First Aid certificate.

  • Maintain competence in position by attending staff meetings.

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills,

  • Ability to work varying shifts and ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

  • Self-evaluate performance, establish personal objectives, and participate in yearly staff performance reviews.

Salary range between $34 - $46 per hour alongside leading health benefits and professional development allowances.

If this opportunity would be of interest to you please send an up to date resume to to initiate a confidential conversation.