Registered Neurodiagnostic Technologist


Advanced Protein Technology Centre

Toronto, ON, Canada
Posted on Monday, May 22, 2023

The Department of Neurophysiology at The Hospital for Sick Children is seeking a Registered Neurodiagnostic Technologist to join our team.

Here’s What You’ll Get To Do:

The Neurophysiology Technologist provides/ensures the competent and compassionate care of children (and their families) while preforming one or more of the following procedures: Electroencephalography (EEG) and Evoked Potentials (EP) an Electromyography (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) in the Neurophysiology Lab. This involves obtaining a current clinical neurological history of the patient, educating the patient/family about the procedure, preparing the patient for the procedure, performing the procedure utilizing specialized computer and/or video/digital equipment, producing a detailed technical report and consulting with other health care professionals.

The Neurophysiology Technologist is also responsible for operating the machinery/equipment to aid in the patient’s responses, as well as maintaining the equipment in good working condition, which includes performing routine/emergency testing and troubleshooting.

In addition, this position may require participating in teaching, training and other educational activities. This position will require flexibility in working hours and working rotational shifts.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

As the successful candidate, you have a University background in sciences or are a graduate from a Canadian Board of Registration of Electroencephalogram Technologists (CBRET) approved Electrophysiology based program from a recognized college or teaching hospital. You have passed and obtained your Registered Technologist (R.E.T.) Certificate from the CBRET or are in the in process of obtaining a Registered Technologist Certificate in EEG . You have a minimum of three to five years of previous Neurophysiological experience at a teaching or clinical hospital.

As a requirement, you have membership with the Canadian Association of Electroneurophysiology Technologists (CAET) and Association of Electromyography Technologists of Canada (AETC) and have a current BCLS certificate.

As the successful candidate, you possess strong verbal and written communication skills. You have the ability to work effectively, efficiently and accurately in a fast-paced environment in stressful situations to meet patient care needs. You possess effective computer skills and are able to meet continuing education requirements. You are patient and family-care oriented, with the ability to work successfully with diversity and appreciate that people with different opinions, background and characteristics bring richness to the challenge or the situation at hand.

Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time, Rotational Shifts