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Kindersley Jobs: Diagnostic Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Job Order #: 5733948

Employer Name: Saskatchewan Health Authority
Wage/Salary Info: Pay Band 19 $42.050 to $45.050 (3 step range)
Posted Date: 12-Mar-2020
Location: Kindersley
# of Positions: 1
Employment Terms: Temporary: F-T
Length of Employment: Temporary
Apply By: 11-Mar-2021


Description:

Facility: Kindersley and District Health Centre

Job Description: Performs a variety of ultrasound techniques in order to provide images to assist with the detection and diagnosis of conditions and diseases.
Required Qualifications

Certified by Sonography Canada as a Canadian Registered Generalist Sonographer (CRGS)
Diagnostic Medical Sonography diploma

Previous Experience: No previous experience.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Interpersonal skills
Analytical skills
Organizational skills
Basic computer skills
Communication skills
Ability to work independently
Other Information

An interview may be requested.

The successful candidate shall be required to provide a satisfactory criminal record check including a vulnerable sector query as a condition of employment.

OPEN UNTIL FILLED postings are for job vacancies that have gone through the regional posting processes as required by the collective agreements and remain unfilled as there have been no qualified internal applicants. External qualified applicants may now apply. Applications for OPEN UNTIL FILLED postings are reviewed each MONDAY (or the following business day in the case of a Monday statutory holiday) or as determined by the Manager and if there are applicants, the posting is closed. Applications received after closing are late applications and will not be considered.

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