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Position:            Administrative Assistant

Job type:            Full-time, permanent

Pay:                    $57,200.00 per year

Benefits:            Extended health care

Location:           943 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, V5Z 4E1, Canada

About the Position

  • Executive assistant to medical head with after-hours and weekends availability to manage schedule and immediate requests.
  • Create and maintain schedules for 45 (or more) radiologists (weekends and weekdays)
  • Assist with the Radiology credentialing and registration requirements for with all Health Authorities and VI business ventures across Canada.
  • Assist with the administration of Fellowships and Radiology Job Postings.
  • Assist with the creation and maintenance of the VI Radiology schedule of clinical and non-clinical rotations under the guidance of the Chief Operations Officer.
  • Assist with the creation and maintenance of the Emergency & Trauma Radiology Fellows’ schedule.
  • Maintain effective relationships with Vancouver Coastal Health, the University of British Columbia, College of Physicians & Surgeons of British Columbia, CMPA, Provincial Health Services Authority, Northern Health Authority, and private medical facilities.
  • Take minutes at Board Meetings and Annual General Meeting (AGM) (conducted mostly in the evenings)
  • Stocking staff rooms: office and hospital (items can be heavy)
  • Organize lunch and learn information sessions as well as staff lunches.
  • Organize holiday, hospital and other business-related parties and functions.
  • Update social media accounts (Twitter/X/LinkedIn) and website management.
  • Maintain department and office supplies.


Education & Professional Designation

  • Diploma or bachelor’s degree in related field

Knowledge, skills and abilities

  • 1 year of administrative experience in health care industry
  • Administrative assistance experience in subspecialties of radiology
  • 1 year of creation of clinical and non-clinical radiology rotation scheduling experience
  • Knowledge of medical terminology and interventional-neuro procedures
  • Knowledge and experience on radiologists’ and fellows’ credentialing and registration process with health authorities and private facilities
  • Understanding and support for radiology fellowship and residency programs
  • Understanding immigration work-permit process for international medical graduates
  • Understanding MOCAP and On-Call BC policies
  • 1 year of sub-specialty fellowship on-boarding experience in radiology with Health Authorities in BC
  • Expertise in Lightning Bolt scheduling system or similar system.
  • At least one year experience of executive assistant
  • Must be able to work after hours and on weekends for clinical and business requests/requirements.
  • Experience in PandaDoc or similar electronic management software

Please submit your CV and cover letter to 



Position:           Accounting Clerk

Job type:          Full-time, permanent

Pay:                    Competitive salary

Benefits:           Extended health care

Location:          In person in our offices at 943 West Broadway

Accounting Clerk

As the Accounting Clerk you will be responsible for supporting the Finance team with achieving timely and accurate processing of all matters payable and receivable, vendor correspondence, credit card reconciliation and other various financial and administrative operations of Vancouver Imaging.

This role provides an excellent opportunity for career growth within the finance department. You will have the chance to develop your skills through training, mentorship, and on-the-job experience.


  • Participate and contribute as part of a team to provide financial and administrative support.
  • Process purchase invoices, assist with payment runs, and monitor and maintain vendor accounts.
  • Complete credit card reconciliations.
  • Assist with sales invoice issuing.
  • Communicate with radiologists and health authorities to ensure required forms are in place, and update and maintain database adequately.
  • Assist with the quarter-end/year-end processes as needed.
  • Follow up on rejected claims to ensure correct billings.
  • Perform general accounting duties, such as filing, data entry, and other clerical tasks as required.


  • Diploma or bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field of study.
  • Professional experience in a finance or accounting role is an asset.
  • Basic knowledge of accounting principles, bookkeeping and financial processes.
  • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy in data entry.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, Excel especially).
  • Familiarity with any accounting software is an asset (Dynamics 365 Business Central).
  • Good organizational skills and ability to prioritize tasks effectively.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and willingness to learn.

If you are passionate about accounting and finance and would like to join our growing team, please submit your resume and cover letter.


Research Opportunities


Position:           Research Coordinator

Job type:           Full-time, permanent

Pay:                     $75,000.00 per year

Benefits:           Extended health care

Location:          In person in our offices at 943 West Broadway

Vancouver Imaging (“VI”) is British Columbia’s largest radiology group. With over 40 expert sub-specialists in Abdominal, Chest, Emergency & Trauma, Musculoskeletal, Neuro and Interventional Radiology, VI Radiologists are conducting cutting-edge research in all facets of medical imaging. VI Radiologists have been recognized nationally and internationally for their scientific contributions by many prestigious organizations and are known as leaders in the field.  

Research at VI spans multiple themes, including diagnostic performance, workflow enhancement, and artificial intelligence applications in all aspects of Radiology. Studies are led by board-certified Radiologists and supported by national and international clinical fellows, radiology residents and students from the University of British Columbia, as well as computer scientists, AI developers and engineers. We facilitate both independent investigator-initiated studies and collaborations with industry sponsors.  

The Research Coordinator will be responsible for providing coordination of the research operations of VI following the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors.  

Primary Responsibilities  

  • Work with Management to set short-term and long-term goals, develop annual benchmarks and research strategies. 
  • Draft new research ethics submissions along with amending and renewing ongoing submissions. The research ethics will cover retrospective, prospective and funded studies. 
  • Obtain ethics approvals. 
  • Obtain VCHRI project approvals. 
  • Perform statistical analysis for research projects. 
  • Write grant proposals and develop submission material with co-applicant or collaborator documentation. 
  • Preparation of abstracts and manuscripts. 
  • Coordination of research meetings between staff, fellows, residents and medical students. 
  • Liaison with industry sponsors to manage ethics and track deliverables. 
  • Prepare conferences and road shows in coordination with appropriate medical personnel. 
  • Coordination of data and documentation collection for research projects with staff. 
  • Coordination of internal deadlines with the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine. 
  • Recruit, select and supervise the activities of the Research Assistants. 
  • Help draft internal documents (such as letters of reference for radiologists, research day announcements, etc.) 


Education & Professional Designation

  • Successful completion of an MD degree from Canadian institution or any equivalent Master’s or above in clinical medicine. 

Knowledge, skills and abilities

  • A minimum 1 year’s recent working experience in a radiology or medical imaging office in Canada. 
  • Fully proficient in IRB applications within the UBC Research Information Systems. 
  • Advanced knowledge of data analytics software including SPSS, R, and Python. 
  • Fully proficient in scientific and medical terminology. 
  • Demonstrate high level of initiative, time management, set priorities and organizational ability. 
  • Ability to multi-task, achieve results and demonstrate attention to detail with high level of accuracy. 
  • Ability to work with discretion in preparation and handling information of a confidential or sensitive nature. 
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and able to relationship build at all levels. 
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team member. 
  • Ability to maintain a calm demeanor during busy and stressful times. 
  • Ability to exercise good judgement in recognizing scope of authority. 


Please submit your CV and cover letter to