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CHIEF, DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL IMAGING
CHEO/University of Ottawa
Full Time Academic Position
CHEO is recruiting a Department Chief and full-time pediatric radiologist to actively lead clinical care, teaching and research in the Department of Medical Imaging. Professionalism, attention to detail and a commitment to excellence are the trademarks of our practice.
The successful candidate will lead a department with 13 fellowship-trained physicians who provide the complete range of general pediatric imaging and a full range of subspecialized services. Approximately 86,000 exams are performed annually in the Medical Imaging Department. We pride ourselves with an academic environment that encompasses many clinical opportunities including multidisciplinary conferences and the education of radiology residents, medical students. As well as national and international fellows through our Royal College accredited program.
The Department Chief at CHEO oversees the safety and quality of care provided as well as the medical staff within the department. As such, the Department Chief has responsibilities for medical staff leadership, operational resource oversite, in collaboration with their administrative dyad, and the department’s academic activity.
CHEO invites applications from candidates who demonstrate substantial administrative and leadership skills; can enhance clinical growth, promote academic advancement, and facilitate research; and have a proven record of achievement in comprehensive patient care, clinical program development, education, research, and/or quality assurance. Candidates must be eligible for a full-time academic appointment in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa. While English is the language of the health record, functionality in French is an asset.
Eligibility for a licence to practise medicine with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario is mandatory. Candidates must be certified in Diagnostic Radiology in Canada or equivalent.
For more information on the position: https://careers.cheo.on.ca/
Link: https://careers.cheo.on.ca/
Pediatric Nuclear Medicine / Body Imaging Radiologist
CHEO/University of Ottawa
CHEO, an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Ottawa, seeks an exceptional full-time pediatric radiologist with pediatric nuclear medicine expertise for a position opening in 12-18 months. The successful candidate will be fellowship-trained in Pediatric Body Imaging along with proven expertise or fellowship training in Pediatric Nuclear Medicine. Experience with adult MRI would also be considered an asset. Outstanding clinical, interpersonal and communication skills are required. The successful candidate must possess proven research skills and have a commitment to lifelong learning and academic advancement. PET CT expertise is an asset but not a mandatory qualification.
For more information on the position visit cheo.on.ca
curriculum vitae and the names of three references to Ms. Joanne Zabihaylo, Administrative Coordinator, Department of Medical Imaging, CHEO, Ottawa, Canada. jzabihaylo@cheo.on.ca
Deadline to submit your application: April 8, 2022
Link: http://www.med.uottawa.ca
Full Time Radiologist
Associated Radiologists LLP
Associated Radiologists LLP is a group of 27 radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians located in Saskatoon and Prince Albert, SK. We are seeking a full-time radiologist for Saskatoon. Our Saskatoon site includes two full-service teaching hospitals, and 3 private clinics.

The position includes all modalities, in a mixed office and hospital practice. Enjoy the benefits of a large group practice while living in a vibrant city. Competitive compensation, vacation time and call frequency. Eligible applicants must be FRCPC certified.
Link: https://www.saskdocs.ca/work/opportunities/job-posting/?jobid=3692f8b5-28b0-ec11-826d-2818785ee67d
Cardiothoracic Radiologist
Queen's University
The Department of Diagnostic Radiology within the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University and its affiliated teaching hospitals are seeking a full-time Academic Radiologist with Fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Radiology. The preferred candidate will exhibit strong potential for innovative and scholarly research or will have an excellent track record of, or interest in, high-quality research output.
Link: https://healthsci.queensu.ca/administration/jobs
Full Time Radiologist
Central Alberta Medical Imaging Services
General Radiologist in mixed community and hospital practice.
Emergency, Trauma & Acute Care (ETAC) Radiologist
University of Toronto - St. Michael's hospital
The Department of Medical Imaging at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto is currently recruiting a full-time, fellowship-trained, academic Emergency, Trauma & Acute Care (ETAC) radiologist eligible for an academic appointment at the University of Toronto. This is a “partnership-track” position. We are a collegial, welcoming and supportive group that seeks clinically excellent radiologists to support our mission of caring for urgently presenting, critically ill and high-level trauma patients. The successful candidate will be committed to outstanding quality in clinical operations, teaching and research and will hold certification in Diagnostic Radiology with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or international equivalent. They will be a self-starter and team player, and must have a strong commitment to excellent patient care, continuous quality improvement, research and teaching.
The successful applicant will provide diagnostic interpretations of plain-film, ultrasound, CT, and MR imaging examinations in support of Emergency, Inpatient and Trauma Services. Clinical services are performed primarily in a teaching setting with clinical fellow, resident and medical student participation. Teaching and research (including AI) opportunities are available to interested applicants. Academic rank at the University of Toronto (Canada’s top ranked medical school) will be commensurate with applicant’s experience.

We aspire to be Canada’s premier trauma center. Operating out of our cutting-edge emergency and trauma facility, with an “ETAC Pod” with dedicated state of the art imaging equipment slated for construction, the ETAC Division is equipped to provide the highest standards of clinical care to our patients and collaborative support for the clinicians we serve.
Diagnostic Radiologist – Locum Tenens Opportunity
Manitoba X-Ray Clinic
Manitoba X-Ray Clinic is currently seeking a radiologist who is Royal College certified in Diagnostic Radiology for a one-year locum, (July 2022 through June 2023), with partnership track opportunity.

Position:
The position is for a general diagnostic radiologist to join our primarily hospital based practice. The group provides service for St. Boniface, Grace, Concordia and Misericordia hospitals and an outpatient sports medicine facility. The hospital practices are high volume and include CT, X-ray, ultrasound, fluoroscopy and MRI (at our two tertiary facilities). MRI is covered by subspecialty service. Competency in basic body interventional procedures (imaging guided biopsies and drainages) would be an asset. General call duties are expected and include coverage of CT, US and Xray during the evening and weekends throughout the year. Call duties are split between all members of the group. Competitive remuneration is offered. Candidates must have board certification in Diagnostic Radiology by the RCPSC by their start date.

Group:
Manitoba X-Ray Clinic (MXC) is a highly cohesive and collegial group of 24 academic subspecialty and general radiologists. Both St. Boniface and Grace Hospital are tertiary care centres. The group is affiliated with the University of Manitoba and radiology residents are trained through St. Boniface Hospital.

City:
Winnipeg is a young and vibrant city with an affordable cost of living. Come and visit the Cultural Capital of Canada which hosts several festivals throughout the year and is home to the world renowned Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the Forks, a beautiful winter river skating trail and several professional sports teams.
Tele-radiologist
RealTime Medical
Interested in working from home as part of one of Canada’s largest teleradiology services?
Contact us at radiologyservices@realtimemedical.com to explore the opportunities for work / life balance suited to your needs.
Link: https://realtimemedical.com/
Women's Imaging Radiologist
Health Sciences North
The Department of Medical Imaging at Health Sciences North is currently recruiting Radiologists with Breast Imaging and Women’s Imaging Fellowship training.
Diagnostic Neuroradiologist
McGill University Health Center
The McGill University Health Center is looking for a Diagnostic Neuroradiologist to begin in summer 2022.
The job posting will be available later this week. Position just created. Applicant must be eligible for licensure in Quebec and have Royal College Certification.
Link: https://mcgill.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/McGill_Careers/job/MUHC-GLEN/Assistant-Associate-Professor--Clinical----Department-of-Diagnostic-Radiology--Division-of-Neuroradiology--C-220323-_JR0000024533-1
Clinical Applications Specialist - Ultrasound
Canon Medical Systems Canada Limited
Canon Medical Systems Canada (CMSCA) is a leading worldwide provider of high-quality diagnostic imaging systems and comprehensive medical solutions and is looking for a highly capable Clinical Applications Specialist - Ultrasound supporting the province of Ontario (Ottawa and Northern Ontario).

In this position, you will assist in the sales process through product demonstrations and customer interactions to achieve regional and corporate sales/marketing goals. You will provide ongoing customer support through product installations, upgrades, phone support and training programs. As well as maintain knowledge of current trends in ultrasound to support customers as capabilities of products are developed and released, and support company goals in all interactions with customers and employees. You will represent Canon Medical Systems Canada in a professional manner at all times. The ideal candidate will reside in the Ottawa region.

This position collaborates effectively with CMSCA corporate and regional resources to achieve profitable revenue growth with customer satisfaction.

As a member of CMSCA, you will be an integral team player in the promotion of our ultrasound equipment to hospitals and private institutions.

View the full job posting of this career opportunity and others at https://ca.medical.canon/about-us/careers
Link: https://ca.medical.canon/about-us/careers
Radiologist with interest in Women's Imaging
Prairie Skies Medical Imaging
Prairie Skies Medical Imaging is seeking a Fellowship-Trained Women’s Imaging
Radiologist, or experienced radiologist with extensive breast imaging experience. The
candidate will have the potential to join as a partner in a physician group of physician-
owned clinic and hospital practices to enjoy a well-remunerated career in a vibrant,
culturally diverse city. Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, is the 16th largest city in
Canada, offers a low cost of living and many family activities. Applicants will be
expected to do all aspects of breast imaging, including screening and diagnostic
mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, and breast procedures. Opportunities
are available for research, rounds, teaching, and appointment as Associate Professor in
the University of Saskatchewan. The candidate will have the opportunity to grow his or
her breast practice as the team lead by determining and implementing best practice and
policy.
Job Qualifications:
• Eligible for licensing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
(CPSS)
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) (or
eligible)
International Medical Graduates are welcome and encouraged to apply.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to become a member of Practitioner
Staff and provide care in Saskatchewan Health Authority facilities.

Please respond back or send email with CV to:
radrecruiting@prairieskies.ca
Interventional Radiologist
Prairie Skies Medical Imaging
Prairie Skies Medical Imaging is seeking a Fellowship-Trained Interventional Radiologist. The candidate will have the potential to join as a partner in a physician group of physician- owned clinic and hospital practices to enjoy a well-remunerated career in a vibrant, culturally diverse city. Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, is the 16th largest city in Canada, offers a low cost of living and many family activities. Opportunities are available for research, rounds, teaching, and appointment as Associate Professor in the University of Saskatchewan.
Job Qualifications:
Eligible for licensing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS)
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) (or eligible)
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to become a member of Practitioner Staff and provide care in Saskatchewan Health Authority facilities. Please respond back or send email with CV to: radrecruiting@prairieskies.ca
Assistant/Associate Professor (Clinical), McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) - Division of Neuroradiology
McGill University
Reference #: C-220323
Position description
The McGill University Department of Diagnostic Radiology and the Department of Radiology at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) are seeking a dynamic fellowship-trained Diagnostic Neuroradiologist for a full-time position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor (Clinical) to join the Division of Neuroradiology. This faculty appointment will be part of the Contract Academic Staff. Faculty rank will be determined by the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. This position does not confer eligibility for tenure.
The successful candidate will be practicing at all sites within the MUHC network of hospitals.
The MUHC Department of Radiology houses four 3T MRI systems, five 1.5T MRI systems, two PET-CT scanners, 10 CT scanners and 30 ultrasound units. It houses approximately 800 beds and performs more than 500,000 radiologic procedures per year.
The Neuroradiology division presently has 7 members, all of which are fellowship trained in Neuroradiology, with 2 having additional Neurointerventional expertise.
Job Duties
The successful candidate will be responsible for clinical activities, teaching, and research activities in Diagnostic Neuroradiology. Due to the heavy volume of highly complex cases, the candidate is expected to be self-sufficient and independent. The successful candidate will be expected to be actively involved in all aspects of McGill’s academic mission (teaching, research, and involvement in scholarly duties such as academic and administrative committees). A demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion is also expected.

Link: https://mcgill.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/McGill_Careers/job/MUHC-GLEN/Assistant-Associate-Professor--Clinical----Department-of-Diagnostic-Radiology--Division-of-Neuroradiology--C-220323-_JR0000024533-1
Fellowship-Trained Body Imaging Radiologist
Prairie Skies Medical Imaging
Owned by local radiologists, we have been providing comprehensive imaging services in 5 community-based clinics, two acute care hospitals and multiple Southern Saskatchewan health centres for more than 50 years.
Prairie Skies offers above average earning potential in a dynamic work environment and a diverse practice opportunity in both community and acute care facilities.
Regina is a vibrant culturally diverse city offering a variety of amenities, cultural and sporting activities, parkland, and an international airport. You will enjoy numerous employment and lifestyle opportunities for both you and your family, short commute times, and Saskatchewan's low cost of living that is the envy of many other provinces.
The Opportunity: Prairie Skies Medical Imaging is seeking a Fellowship-Trained Body Imaging Radiologist
Applicants will be expected to do all aspects of body imaging, including all areas of body CT and MRI. Proficiency with obstetrical imaging will be viewed favourably.
Opportunities are available for research, rounds, teaching, and appointment as Associate Professor in the University of Saskatchewan. The candidate will have the opportunity to grow his or her breast practice as the team lead by determining and implementing best practice and policy.
This is a full time, partnership track position that covers primarily daytime shifts with equitable evening and weekend call responsibilities and above average earning potential.
Qualifications:
• Eligible for licensing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS)
• Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) (or eligible)
• International Medical Graduates are welcome and encouraged to apply.
• Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to become a member of Practitioner Staff and provide care in Saskatchewan Health Authority facilities.
Radiologist Opportunities
Prairie Skies Medical Imaging
Owned by local radiologists, we have been providing comprehensive imaging services in 5
community-based clinics, two acute care hospitals and multiple Southern Saskatchewan health
centres for more than 50 years.
Prairie Skies offers above average earning potential in a dynamic work environment and a
diverse practice opportunity in both community and acute care facilities.
What is it really like to live, work and play in Regina?
Regina is a culturally diverse city offering a variety of amenities, cultural and sporting activities,
parkland, and an international airport.
You will enjoy numerous employment and lifestyle opportunities for both you and your family,
short commute times, and Saskatchewan's low cost of living that is the envy of many other
provinces.
The Opportunity: We are currently seeking full time general and sub-specialized radiologists
to join our growing hospital and community-based practice.
These are full time, partnership track opportunities that cover primarily daytime shifts with
equitable evening and weekend call responsibilities.
Qualifications:
• Eligible for licensing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
• Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (or eligible)
• International Medical Graduates are welcome and encouraged to apply.
• Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to become a member of Practitioner
Staff and provide care in Saskatchewan Health Authority facilities.
Diagnostic Radiologist
Cross Cancer Institute, Alberta Health Services
The Cross Cancer Institute, in conjunction with the University of Alberta and Alberta Health Services, is recruiting into a radiologist position with a keen interest in oncologic imaging, as well as strong cross-sectional and procedural skills to join the current group of radiologists. The position start date is effective immediately. The ideal candidates will have completed a dedicated body imaging fellowship, with multimodality experience involving image guided procedures. Preference will be given to candidates who have had practical work experience in body imaging. Applicants without a body fellowship, but with strong clinical and leadership experience in oncologic imaging, are also encouraged to apply.

Qualifications
Candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta. FRCPC status is preferred. The Cross Cancer Institute serves as the comprehensive cancer treatment and research facility for Edmonton and all of Northern Alberta. The position is predominantly clinical, but will include academic / teaching / administration components. Candidates would have an academic appointment within the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta.

Interested applicants should apply with a current curriculum vitae as well as the names of three references forwarded to:
Robert MacEwan, MD, FRCPC
Diagnostic Radiologist, Nuclear Medicine Physician
Facility Clinical Department Site Chief, Diagnostic Imaging
Cross Cancer Institute
11560 University Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. T6G 1Z2
EMAIL;robert.macewan@albertahealthservices.ca
Link: None
Diagnostic Radiologist - Fellowship-trained Cardiac
Valley Medical Imaging
Diagnostic Radiologist - Fellowship-trained Cardiac

Description:
Abbotsford Regional Hospital Medical Imaging Department is recruiting one full time fellowship-trained cardiac radiologist. This is a permanent position. The successful applicants will be expected to provide diagnostic medical imaging at a regional care hospital (Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Agency) and four community hospitals in the Fraser Valley area of British Columbia (Chilliwack General, Langley Memorial, Mission Memorial and Fraser Canyon Hospitals) in general Radiography, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, CT, minor procedures, MRI, and IR.

In addition, the successful applicant will:
•participate in the on-call schedule
•demonstrate an affinity for team work

Radiologist services at all the above hospitals are provided by members of Valley Medical Imaging (VMI), a dynamic, collegial 25 member group. The group also serves 3 modern, vibrant, fully digital clinics in Langley, Abbotsford and Chilliwack. The position offers competitive remuneration. Applicants should be eligible for a full license with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC and have FRCPC in Diagnostic Radiology.

Facilities:
•Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre
•Chilliwack General Hospital
•Fraser Canyon Hospital
•Langley Memorial Hospital
•Mission Memorial Hospital

Full/Part Time/Locum/Temporary:
•Full Time

Qualifications:
• FRCPC
• CPSBC Full

Compensation:
• Contract

Link: https://valleymedicalimaging.com/
Radiologist - Diagnostic
Ridge Meadows Hospital
The Department of Medical Imaging at Ridge Meadows Hospital is seeking radiologists to join our vibrant and growing community practice, to commensurate with a new MRI service and expansion of existing modalities. Maple Ridge is one of the fastest growing communities in British Columbia, boasting beautiful natural surroundings with a variety of outdoor activities, a diverse population and excellent access to downtown Vancouver. Ridge Meadows Hospital is part of the Fraser Health Authority, consisting of 157 acute care beds and receiving over 43,000 Emergency Room visits annually.
Positions: Locum and permanent full time
Location: Ridge Meadows Hospital
Credentialing: Fraser Health Authority
Compensation: Flat daily rate, based on group fee-for-service
Time required: Negotiable. Call responsibilities are split amongst group members
Start date: Negotiable
Application deadline: Rolling applications accepted
Equipment currently consists of two dedicated DR radiography units, a Toshiba fixed-fluoroscopy C-arm unit, a GE portable ultrasound unit, four GE fully equipped clinical ultrasound units, a new GE 64-slice CT scanner, and a new, state-of-the-art 1.5T GE MRI unit that came into clinical service in Fall 2020. The Department is proud to be one of two early adoption sites for GE’s AIR ReconTM Deep Learning image reconstruction software.
The group emphasizes evidenced-based practice, quality, strong communication, a collegial work environment, and scheduling flexibility.
The successful candidates will be comfortable with general radiography and ultrasound, breast imaging, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, and basic interventional procedures. Eligibility for licensure by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia is required. Fellowship in an area of interest, particularly MRI or neuroimaging would be an asset.
Clinical Applications Specialist - CT
Canon Medical Systems Canada Limited
Canon Medical Systems Canada (CMSCA) is a leading worldwide provider of high-quality diagnostic imaging systems and comprehensive medical solutions and is looking for a highly capable Clinical Applications Specialist - CT to be located in Western Canada, for a 2-year contract to start with the opportunity to move full time.

In this position, you will provide ongoing customer support through product installations, upgrades, phone support, and training programs. You are required to maintain knowledge of current trends in CT to support customers as the capabilities of products are developed and released. As well as support company goals in all interactions with customers and employees. You will assist in the sales process through product demonstrations and customer interactions to achieve regional and corporate sales/marketing goals. Canon Medical Systems Canada will be represented professionally by you at all times.

This role collaborates effectively with CMSCA corporate and regional resources to achieve profitable revenue growth with customer satisfaction.

As a member of CMSCA, you will be an integral team player in the promotion of our CT equipment to hospitals and private institutions. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide clinical applications training and support to existing and new customers and promote the CMSCA range of CT and other associated equipment to the designated regions. View the full job posting of this career opportunity and others at https://ca.medical.canon/about-us/careers
Link: https://ca.medical.canon/about-us/careers/
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