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QRS is seeking a casual clinical measurements scientists for our Mackay rooms

Clinical Measurements Scientist - Respiratory

This position involves working at the Mackay Rehabilitation Hospital.

You will be required to perform pulmonary function testing on patients in a respiratory laboratory according to protocols outlined by ATS and ERS

Tests include:

Spirometry and flow volume curves

Transfer factor

Body plethysmography

Bronchial provocation

High altitude simulation

Respiratory muscle pressures

6 minute walk test

Allergen skin test

Any other test designated by the Chief Scientist

Produce accurate and prompt reports on pulmonary function tests and maintain a professional standard of record keeping for such tests.

Operate and maintain equipment within the laboratory according to the laboratory and manufacturer's established procedures. This includes:

i) Calibration

ii) Quality control

iii) Preventative maintenance

iv) Basic troubleshooting procedures

v) Infection control / cleaning

Follow general laboratory procedures regarding professional conduct, dress code, punctuality and documentation.

Provide assistance in new documentation for the recording of results.

Comply with safety and infection control policies of the laboratory.

Participate in continuing education and facilitate in other staff education.

Provide technical and troubleshooting advice when required.

Attend relevant meetings.

Assist in managing the laboratory by making appointments for tests, ordering consumables and general office duties and procedures as required including patient billing.

Maintain a record of equipment, consumables, distribution of equipment, statistics and consumables to other laboratories.

Contribute to the activities of professional associations.

Participate in the establishment of quality assurance programs to ensure quality of patient care.

Ensure recording of expenditure and the appropriate receipts are submitted to managers for reimbursement.

Ensure accurate recording of kilometers on the company car or personal car used on company business.

Work with other staff members to promote respect and a positive workplace.

Comply with human resource management policies including workplace health and safety, equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination as applied in the workplace.

Occasional extra shifts will be available to cover holiday and sick relief as well as ongoing training at the Wesley Hospital branch of QRS

Applicants are required to hold a minimum of a bachelor degree in clinical measurements, applied science, exercise physiology, human movements or of a similar nature.

Experience in this field is preferred but not essential as full training will be provided.

Driver's license and own transport is essential for this role.

 

Applications to Head Scientist
Shane Power

spower@qldrespiratory.com.au

Queensland Respiratory Services – Respiratory Scientist

We have a casual position available at our Wesley Hospital Laboratory
You will be required to perform pulmonary function testing on patients in a respiratory laboratory according to protocols outlined by ATS and ERS

Tests include:
• Spirometry and flow volume curves
• Transfer factor
• Body plethysmography / gas dilution
• Bronchial provocation
• Hypoxic altitude simulation
• Cardiopulmonary exercise test
• Respiratory muscle pressures
• 6 minute walk test
• Allergen skin test
• Any other test designated by the Chief Scientist

Produce accurate and prompt reports on pulmonary function tests and maintain a professional standard of record keeping for such tests.

Operate and maintain equipment within the laboratory according to the laboratory and manufacturer’s established procedures. This includes:

i) Calibration
ii) Quality control
iii) Preventative maintenance
iv) Basic troubleshooting procedures
v) Infection control / cleaning

Follow general laboratory procedures regarding professional conduct, dress code, punctuality and documentation.
Provide assistance in new documentation for the recording of results.
Comply with safety and infection control policies of the laboratory.
Participate in continuing education and facilitate in other staff education.
Provide technical and troubleshooting advice when required.
Attend relevant meetings.
Assist in managing the laboratory by making appointments for tests, ordering consumables and general office duties and procedures as required including patient billing.
Maintain a record of equipment, consumables, distribution of equipment, statistics and consumables to other laboratories.
Contribute to the activities of professional associations.
Participate in the establishment of quality assurance programs to ensure quality of patient care.
Ensure recording of expenditure and the appropriate receipts are submitted to managers for reimbursement.
Ensure accurate recording of kilometres on the company car or personal car used on company business.
Work with other staff members to promote respect and a positive workplace.
Comply with human resource management policies including workplace health and safety, equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination as applied in the workplace.

Occasional extra shifts will be available to cover holiday and sick relief.

Applicants are required to hold a minimum of a bachelor degree in applied science, exercise physiology, human movements or of a similar nature.
Experience in this field is preferred but not essential as full training will be provided.

Driver's licence and own transport is essential for this role.

Shane Power
Chief Scientist
spower@qldrespiratory.com.au

Required Respiratory Scientist or Technician at Northern Specialist Suites in Adelaide

We are seeking an experienced respiratory scientist or technician to join our team in a private lab situated in the northern suburbs of Adelaide for one/two day/s a week (averaging 10 to 15 patients/day)

Candidate must be able to work independently and conduct a variety or pulmonary function tests according to  ATS and ERS standard, producing prompt, high quality reports with attention to detail 

Tests include:

Spirometry

Body Plethysmography

Transfer Factor

Provocation Testing (mannitol)

6 Minute Walk Test

Muscle Inspiratory/Expiratory Pressure 

The candidate must also uphold laboratory quality control processes including Calibration , biological control,  Infection Control and basic trouble shooting procedures. In addition, some administration duties may be required including ordering of  consumables, assisting the front desk with bookings for specialised testing as well as liaising with manufacturers for with preventative maintenance on the equipment and any additional equipment requirements. 

The ideal candidate is able to work independently in a patient focused environment while reporting to doctors and management. 

FTE is 1-2 Sessions per week – approx. 8.30am-5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Remuneration is $30.00-$40.00 + GST depending on experience and is negotiable.

Hiring will be as a Casual Contractor.

Please email the Practice Manager – dcaruana@northernss.net.au