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Job Opportunity: Med-Scan Nuclear Medicine Division

Senior Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Maternity Leave (starting May 2013)
Temporary Full-time

Your current, valid certificate of registration with the CMRTO is complemented by minimum 2 years full-time Nuclear Medicine experience, and successful completion of the RSO training course. Current registration with OAMRS, First Aid/CPR, and TDG certification required. Familiarity with GE Infinia camera and Xeleris system advantageous. Applicants interested in joining the friendly staff at Med-Scan imaging facility may send or fax their resume to:

Med-Scan Nuclear Medicine Division
2810 MajorMacKenzie Drive, Unit 22B
Maple, ON, L6A 1R8

Tel: 905-832-8984 Fax: 905-832-0645


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