We currently have a Regular Part-time opportunity for a Porter in the Patient Transport department at our Bayview campus.
Hours of Work:
Weekdays: Evenings, Nights; 8hrs; As per schedule
Alternating Weekends: Evenings, Nights; 8hrs; As per schedule
On-Call and Statutory Holidays Required
Summary of Duties
Transports patients to various hospital locations
Timely transportation of patients for their appointments
Responds to Emergency Codes as assigned or required
Assists, lifts and positions patients to and from transport equipment
Responsible for the safety and well-being of the patient while in transit
If required, remains with the patient during examination/treatment procedures
Records and/or reports data associated with patient transport details
Performs specimens handling service
Performs patient related materials pickup/delivery duties such BRADMA, charts, pharmaceutical supplies, etc. as assigned
Inspects all transport equipment to ensure proper functioning and a high level of cleanliness, safety and adherence to Infection Prevention and Control requirements
Other duties as assigned such as mailroom functions and other non-patient related duties
Will be re-assigned to other campuses as required
Successful completion of secondary school required
Proficiency with computer applications
Minimum of 1 year experience interacting with patients in a health care setting required
A minimum of 6 months recent Patient Transport Porter experience preferred
Recent Multi-Campus Patient Transport Porter experience preferred
Ability to work with minimal supervision, sense of urgency, customer/client focused
Ability to work under pressure and multi-task
Demonstrated good communication and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated ability to lift patients and to meet the physical demands of the position (standing and walking for extended periods of time)
Understands the requirements of Infection Control & Prevention; the Health & Safety Act
Qualified candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and resume (in one document) quoting 203349 to:
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
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