Diagnostic Imaging Secretary – Permanent Part Time

 

 

Temiskaming Hospital is a 59-bed fully accredited community hospital located in Temiskaming Shores, ON.  We are currently accepting resumes for a permanent part-time Diagnostic Imaging Secretary to join our team. 

 

Requirements include:

  • Community College Graduate with courses in Medical Terminology
  • Oral proficiency in English and French at an advance level required
  • Excellent communication skills required
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Experience working with Meditech is an asset
  • Able to function independently and maintain confidentiality
  • Organization, planning, and time-management skills
  • Self-directed and can work independently or as a member of a larger team
  • Strong computer skills
  • Must have an excellent work record including attendance
  • Must demonstrate a commitment to ensure your safety, the safety of fellow workers, patients, volunteers and visitors
  • Must support and contribute to a culture of safety and prevention of adverse health events in the organization 

 

What Can Temiskaming Hospital Offer You:

  • A competitive compensation package $22.23 to $23.75 per hour
  • Potential for permanent opportunities and future full time opportunities  
  • Enrollment in the HOOPP Pension Plan 
  • Additional compensation as per the CUPE Collective Agreement (ie: 4% Vacation pay, 14% pay in lieu of benefits)
  • On site staff Fitness Center and on-site Daycare with extended hours
  • A commitment to a diverse, supportive and equitable workplace
  • A commitment to a culture of safety and of mutual respect that is free from discrimination and harassment 

 

Visit Us: 

  • For more information on our hospital visit:  www.temiskaming-hospital.com 

 

Please apply with a detailed resume and cover letter to:

Human Resources Department

Temiskaming Hospital

421 Shepherson Road, New Liskeard, ON  P0J 1P0
Email: careers@temiskaming-hospital.com

This position will remain posted until it is filled.

FOUNDATIONAL STATEMENTS

 

Our Purpose
To be a caring, innovative, community hospital, engaged with our patients, community and partners.

 

Vision

To be a role model for northern rural health care.

 

Mission
Quality patient centered health care and education close to home.

 

Values
Leadership
Excellence
Accountability
Team Work
Respect
Social Responsibility
Safety