Position profile The Saskatchewan Health Authority-Saskatoon, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Services currently seeks a full time Clinical Biochemist to provide consultation and liaison with physicians in the interpretation of laboratory test results while utilizing Lean Management methodology in providing proactive leadership.
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine combines academic, research and service components within Saskatoon and College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.
The Department has an accredited residency training program in General Pathology and provides training / teaching at the undergraduate, graduate and post-
doctoral level as well as training for medical laboratory technologists and assistants. The successful candidate will join a group of laboratory professionals (anatomic pathologists, microbiologists, biochemists, hematopathologists, molecular geneticists) providing specialty testing / consultation to health care providers at the three acute care centers in Saskatoon as well as referral and consultant services to the surrounding Saskatchewan Health Authority centers and community based physicians
Qualifications / Requirements of the position The successful candidate will hold a PhD degree with formal training in Clinical Biochemistry, be certified or a fellow (or eligible for certification or fellowship) in the Canadian Academy of Clinical Biochemists and be eligible for membership on the SHR Practitioner Staff.