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Registered/non-registered Polysomnographic Technologists are required for our two busy independent sleep clinics in Hamilton and St. Catharines Ontario.

•    Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT) or registry eligible preferred
•    Post-secondary education with a health science degree or allied health diploma is a necessity
•    Prior clinical practice preferred
•    Strong knowledge of sleep and cardio-respiratory systems
•    Excellent computer skills
•    Proficient at troubleshooting procedures
•    Detail orientated
•    Ability to work independently and as part of a team
•    Strong communication and organizational skills
•    Availability to work nightshifts during the week and weekends
•    Current BCLS
•    Patient care focused

Full-time/part-time position in Hamilton and St. Catharines, ON. Qualified applicants only.
Interested applicants should forward resumes to:
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Duration, salary:
2 years of funding, salary of $58,000 per year (including benefits)

Program description:
Sleep disturbances are highly prevalent and are associated with cognitive complaints as well as alterations in brain areas critical for cognitive processing. Greater insomnia difficulties are also associated with greater risk of later cognitive decline. In addition, biomarkers of neurodegeneration have been found associated with short sleep and altered EEG activity during sleep, suggesting that disturbed sleep may contribute to the pathophysiology of neurodegenerative diseases.

The selected postdoctoral fellow will have the opportunity to work on a research program that will further examine the relationships between sleep, biomarkers of neurodegeneration, and cognitive performances in various clinical populations, using a multimodal approach (e.g., EEG, neuroimaging). This program will contribute to a deeper understanding of the role of sleep in memory and cognitive decline, and will have clinical implications for future therapeutic approaches.

The fellow will have access to Concordia’s PERFORM Center, an 8000m2 facility devoted to health prevention that hosts multiple research platforms such as a Sleep Lab and an Imaging Suite (including a 3-Tesla MRI, SPECT-CT and PET-CT), fully dedicated to research. The PERFORM Sleep Lab, led by Dr. Dang-Vu, includes 3 bedrooms equipped with polysomnography and high-density EEG systems, actigraphy devices and cognitive testing equipment.

Full Job Description & Application

For further information, please contact the supervisor PI:
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The Oshawa Clinic Centre for sleep Medicine has an opening for an experienced manager to run our 9 bed sleep lab.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of experience directly managing a sleep facility, is highly motivated with excellent communication skills, has been involved in quality assurance and improvement measures and be up to date with their registration.

Thorough knowledge of current AASM scoring criteria, be familiar with the CPSO guidelines regarding sleep medicine and strong technical and troubleshooting skills are a must.

Knowledge of both Alice and Sandman software systems would be an asset.

Salary will be based on previous experience.  Along with a competitive salary the Oshawa Clinic provides a comprehensive extended benefits package.


All interested candidates to forward their resumes to Marilyn Van Eyk, human resources manager

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Fax: (905) 723-6319

The Centre for Sleep & Human Performance (CSHP) is recruiting physicians with an interest in Sleep Medicine with backgrounds in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Respirology and Neurology.

The Centre for Sleep & Human Performance is a state of the art medical facility devoted to the expert evaluation, diagnosis and management of sleep disorders. The Centre’s mission is to provide expert medical care in a community-based setting.  CSHP is fully accredited as a Level I Sleep Centre by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

The Centre is affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary as a teaching site and the Institute of Public Health for population research focusing on the relationship of sleep to health and human performance. The Centre’s research program is world renowned, funded by Own the Podium and serves the Canadian Olympic Teams and Sport Canada athletic development programs.

Our medical clinic is a fully electronic office with excellent managerial and administrative staff that operate efficiently to provide physicians with a supportive working environment.

Successful candidates will be trained in the clinical and technical aspects of sleep medicine by the Medical Director who is Board Certified in Sleep Medicine.   

There are no on-call requirements or weekend hours; full or part-time hours are available. Overhead is low with the opportunity for fee-for-service and additional third-party income. 

For further information, please forward Curriculum Vitae to:

Dr. Charles H. Samuels, Medical Director

Centre for Sleep and Human Performance

Fax:  403.254.6693

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1-Must be a registered sleep technologist.

2-Must have at least 3 years minimum experience as a scoring technologist and 5 years minimum as sleep collecting technologist.

4-Must be able to thoroughly analyse and score the data according to AASM guidelines.

5-Must be able to generate error free reports in reasonable period of time as decided by the management.

6-Compensation to be TBD.

Please contact:

North York Sleep and Diagnostic.

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North York Sleep & Diagnostic Centre will make reasonable arrangements for accessibility accommodation.