(DF-264) | Operations Leader, Nuclear Medicine

(DF-264) | Operations Leader, Nuclear Medicine

09 Jan
St. Michael's Hospital

09 Jan

St. Michael's Hospital


Unity Health Toronto, comprised of Providence Healthcare, St. Joseph’s Health Centre and St. Michael’s Hospital, works to advance the health of everyone in our urban communities and beyond. Our health network serves patients, residents and clients across the full spectrum of care, spanning primary care, secondary community care, tertiary and quaternary care services to post-acute through rehabilitation, palliative care and long-term care, while investing in world-class research and education. Join our team in our mission to continue to put patients and families at the centre of everything we do, in the role of Operations Leader.


The Operations Leader – will be responsible for assisting and supporting the Medical Imaging Manager in the successful planning, development, administration and smooth execution of daily operations in Nuclear Medicine to meet the needs of our referring physicians and patients.


Provide day-to-day operational direction, and technical expertise to support the Nuclear Medicine services and activities.

Developing and implementing strategies to improve work flow processes for better efficiencies in terms of service delivery, work load, productivity, etc.

Achieving and maintaining cost efficient operations

Addressing and working collaboratively with team members to resolve clinical, technical and quality challenges

Develop, update and ensure compliance of manuals, policies and procedures

Orientating new staff, ensuring staff are familiar with departmental policies, work schedules, code of conduct, standards of practice, etc.

Technical support and coverage as required

Addressing operational issues as they arise; facilitating problem solving and/or dispute resolution.

Supervising/promoting continuous quality improvement; assisting with staff development/training, ensuring staff clinical and technical competency are maintained;

Working collaboratively with team members/regulatory bodies to implement regulations and guidelines for workplace safety and the safe handling, storage and transport of radioactive materials and radiation emitting devices

Developing best practices for radiation safety

Assisting with research coordination and billing

Working collaboratively with the Manager and Medical Leadership to implement operational plans that are cost effective and will achieve the strategic goals and direction

Collecting data, preparing, and submitting statistical reports monitoring outcomes against operational goals.

Participating in quality improvement projects while fostering an environment that promotes best practices

Contributes to the budget and capital process

Maintaining responsibility for the timely review and accurate entry of staff payroll, and preparing staff schedule

Coaching and mentoring staff to foster a positive atmosphere that supports team building, collaboration and learning

Participating in departmental and Hospital committees, as required

Other duties as required


Current registration and good standing with the College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario (CMRITO)

Minimum five (5) year experience in Nuclear Medicine including nuclear therapy in a hospital setting

CPR or BCLS certification required

Experience or demonstrated ability in leadership, supervisory skills, quality principles and teaching in a clinical environment

Ability to act as Radiation Safety Officer for CNSC (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)

Knowledge of legislation which may affect operations required

Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills with an ability to inspire team work required

Excellent organizational and time management skills

Excellent leadership and multitasking skills

Excellent problem solving and decision making skills

Ability to prioritize and delegate operational workload

Ability to work independently and make informed decisions

Ability to handle stress and conflict management in a professional and effective manner

Demonstrated commitment to customer service

Must be flexible and have good attendance and punctuality record.

As a condition of employment, all external hires will be required to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination or documentation unless a valid accommodation under the Ontario Human Rights Code exists. All internal candidates must be in compliance with Unity Health Toronto’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.

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