Summary Medical Radiation Technologist in the Saskatoon–Biggar Region
Find key facts and figures about working as a medical radiation technologist. The following information is applicable to all Medical radiation technologists (NOC 3215).
Medical radiation technologists operate radiographic and radiation therapy equipment to administer radiation treatment and produce images of body structures for the diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease. They are employed in hospitals, cancer treatment centres, clinics, radiological laboratories, colleges and universities. Medical radiation technologists who are supervisors or instructors are included in this unit group.
College or apprenticeship
College education or apprenticeship training usually required
Median wage in the Saskatoon–Biggar Region
The job prospects are good in the Saskatoon–Biggar Region
advertised in the Saskatoon–Biggar Region
- Explain procedures and side effects of radiation
- Assist in the preparation of sealed radioactive materials and the construction of plaster casts and acrylic moulds to assist with administration of radiation treatment
- Assist radiation oncologists and clinical physicists with preparation of radiation treatment plan
- Operate radiation therapy equipment
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