Canadian Blood Services is looking for an ongoing part-time permanent laboratory technician in Canada to join our dynamic Production team in Brampton. In this role, you will be accountable for the regular examination of production-related activities throughout the day and ensuring the Quality Control procedures & requirements are followed within the department to ensure that all regulations comply and operating standards, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP).
Are you willing to embark on a fulfilling and rewarding experience where everything you do matters? Take part in Canada’s energy line. Every person could be, which is the glue keeping Canadians healthy.
The responsibilities of a Laboratory Technician in Canada include the following:
- Performs routine tasks and reviews of all production-related activities by operational procedures.
- Controls the flow in the incoming stream and prepares the production shipments scheduled to leave following the operating processes.
- Performs routine equipment operations and performs maintenance tasks according to operating guidelines.
- Assists in monitoring and reviewing equipment utilized in production and other areas per operating procedures.
- Maintains a supply of materials. Helps supervisory staff with counting inventory and general order of supplies and consumables. Also examines supply deliveries by the system for operating traditionally.
- Maintains the highest standards of service for customers that are both internal and external. Ensures that the employees are continuously trained.
- Participates in ongoing improvements.
- Other tasks related to this are as required.
Education training, experience, and education as a Lab Technician in Canada:
- You must be accredited by the Ontario Society of Medical Technologists (OSMT) is required to accredit you.
- Or a Technologist with relevant experience must be officially in Canada.
- Or formal or equivalent post-secondary education, one year of laboratory experience, or comparable education. An example of this would be a BSc or MSc in a relevant Health Sciences Discipline.
- Experience with computers is required. Computer skills are required.
- Qualifications and skills are needed to utilize manual tools, create and maintain accurate documentation with initiative, perform tasks on your own, and carry out repetitive tasks in a structured manner.
- It is vital to work shifts on weekends and weekends as well as calls.
Acquired Skills, Abilities, and Skills
- The ability to learn the most critical technical methods.
- It is crucial to possess excellent oral and writing skills.
- The ability to communicate in English is essential.
- The candidate should be able to function in a team and independently in a group.
- Physically fit to perform the duties of work.
- It is necessary to work on weekends, any shift as well as on weekends is crucial.
- It is essential to be organized with the capability to prioritize is vital.
- You need to be able to operate automated equipment as well working with computers on workstations.
- Pay attention to minor details as well as the ability to write precise and clear documentation.
- The ability to think critically and solve problems is essential.
- Instead of paying for holidays, vacations, and other benefits
- Option to join a defined benefit pension
- Discounts for employees’ health and wellness programs, as well as opportunities to advance your career
Full Job Description
Type of job Job type laboratory and Phlebotomy
Employer status The status of employment is part-time or regular
Possible schedule/FTE ~ 0.5
classification LT OPSEU 200
Rate of Salary / Pay The average hourly rate is$27.30 an hour
The job open to The position is available to both external(foreign) as well as internal candidates.
In Canada, There’s a person whom you could help.
Join a compassionate, vibrant, friendly, cooperative, and caring group committed to improving the lives of all people in Canada. Millions of Canadians daily depend on us to access blood, plasma stem cells, tissue, and organs.
Take part in The Canadian Lifeline to contribute each day positively.
Diversity and inclusion are essential for ensuring that health care is equal for patients throughout Canada. We’re determined to reflect the diverse population of Canada within our organization and to ensure that everybody can be who they want to be with the same chance to succeed and contribute.
To protect employees’ health and safety, All Canadian Blood Services employees must be vaccinated (COVID-19 vaccine approved by Health Canada), subject to human rights-related reasons. Individuals vaccinated outside Canada must inform the closest Public Health Unit to obtain the equivalent vaccine certificate.
If this opportunity interests us, we’d love to encourage candidates to submit their applications! This could be the first step towards a fulfilling and satisfying career.
We want to thank everyone who expressed interest. Only those selected for an interview or participating in an assessment (such as tests) will be notified. Anyone who requires accommodations should be in touch with us regarding their needs.