We currently have a Regular Part-time opportunity for a Phlebotomy Technician in the Phlebotomy Services department at our Bayview campus.
Hours of Work:
Weekdays: Days, Evenings; 4 and 8 hrs; As per schedule
Alternating Weekends: Days, Evenings; 4 and 8 hrs; As per schedule
Statutory Holidays Required.
Summary of Duties:
Performs venipuncture on inpatients and outpatients
Performs ECGs on inpatients and outpatients
Provides documentation review for patients requiring service
Facilitates procurement of miscellaneous specimens
Arranges for the transport of the specimens to the laboratory
Maintains required inventory and forms, maintains work areas
Collects and organizes documents as required
Provides assistance to address issues with patients, referring offices and internal departments
Practices in a safe manner, maintains a safe working environment and complies with IP&C practices and provides patient-centred care
Collects and documents workload statistics and files safety reports as required
Uses hospital information systems to access procedures
Participates in CQI initiatives and assists in training of staff
Successful completion of a Community College program for Medical Laboratory Assistants (must include Phlebotomy)
OSMT certification required
CSMLS MLA certification an asset
Minimum one (1) year recent experience in venipuncture required
Hospital venipuncture experience will be an asset
Working knowledge of computers for requisition entry
Detail oriented and able to follow departmental procedures
Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a team member and adjust to varying work assignments as needed, or independently, as required
Ability to work safely and accurately, follow directives from assigned Team Leader, and complete assigned tasks in a timely manner
Demonstrated satisfactory work performance, punctuality and attendance records
Demonstrated good communication skills and interpersonal skills
Qualified candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and resume (in one document) quoting 210073 to:
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
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