At LifeLabs, we are focused on our vision of building a healthier Canada! We are the largest community diagnostics laboratory in Canada with over 350 collection centres, 16 laboratories and service over 20 million patients each year.
We believe we can build a healthier Canada through the power of technology. As a Cardiac Technologist with LifeLabs you will have the opportunity to work with state of the art technology, and be part of a community/team that is supportive and collaborative.
Caring, Agile, Customer Driven, One Team - We live our values every day in what we do to help our patients and healthcare providers. With over 5,700 employees, we all make a difference and that’s why our people are so important to us.
The Cardiology Technologist is primarily responsible for the cardiac diagnostic analysis of holter recordings. This includes monitoring of the recording for quality and identifying and resolving recorder and equipment related problems. The Cardiology Technologist also acts as a technical and diagnostic resource for ECGs and holters, and is involved in cardiac education.
This is a casual role with variable shifts and days, including weekends and evenings. The role is located at 7455, 130th Street Surrey.
Performs accurate cardiac diagnostic analysis of Holter scans
Monitors the quality of the study and recorders and resolves equipment related problems
Receives, accessions, and distributes Holter reports
Acts as a technical and diagnostic resource for PSC staff for Holter, and ECGS.
Assists Cardiac Resource in providing ongoing cardiac education to the PSC staff.
Assists Cardiac Resource in monitoring quality assurance for ECG’s
Performs team tasks as required to maintain effective team operations. Example of tasks may include:
Attending meetings (e.g.) safety, document control)
Filing and other related duties
These tasks may be assigned by the team supervisor and/or be on a voluntary basis.
Maintains confidentiality involving any information made available directly or indirectly about clients including physicians, patients, employees and the company.
Observes and executes all laboratory safety and security policies and regulations; including location and use of safety equipment, evacuation routes, disposal of contaminated material.
Maintains knowledge of safety/WHMIS and TDG procedures.
Trains and orient of all team members.
Assist in problem solving related to workflow and workstation organization and provides input, as required at team meetings.
Participant in related team functions (i.e. team meetings, special projects, problem solving and decision making.)
Performs other related duties as required.
Diploma in Cardiology Technology from a recognized community college program
Current registration with CSCT and OSCT
BA or BSc in addition preferred
2 years recent experience in hospital, private Cardiac Lab with holter scanning on a retrospective scanning system
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Keyboard skills and typing speed of 40 wpm
Demonstrated proficient written and verbal communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to all staff