Jobs at ClearMe

We're currently expanding our team to meet the growing need during this unprecedented time. Please email your resume along with a cover letter to the following address:

JoinTheTeam@aspdx.ca

Current Open Positions

Lab Technicians (Calgary, Albarta / Toronto, Canada)


Title: Laboratory Technician

Department: Clear Me Remote Regional Testing

Organizational Overview
We're a team of highly motivated Canadian entrepreneurs with experiences in safety paramedics, business strategy and product manufacturing. Our mission to help organizations successfully navigate the COVID19 pandemic by providing a suite of services geared towards effective and routine testing. Our ClearMe™ service gives businesses a turn-key solution for fast and convenient testing utilizing our highly sensitive and accurate LAMP-DX COVID-19 laboratory developed test. Position Title: Laboratory Technician Location: Morocco Duration: Temporary 3-4 Month Contract Hours of work: As required to test on an ongoing and rotational basis Compensation Group: CLEARME INC Salary: Starting $25-$35/hr Posting Date: Oct 1st, 2020 Closing Date: N/A Position Summary To provide technical support for real-time PCR/LAMP testing within the remote Virology outpost for Clear Me and to support the overall Covid response within laboratory operations manual set up of real time PCR/LAMP to the molecular laboratory and to support laboratory operations for Covid PCR/LAMP.
Key Responsibilities Under the guidance of a Medical Laboratory Technologist or Molecular Specialist, manual or partially-automated set up of real-time PCR/LAMP, including preparation of primer and probe stocks, and sequencing. Manual or automated extraction of nucleic acids on high throughput platforms as assigned. Operation of real-time thermalcycler, extraction platforms, sequencing platform, and automated and non-automated liquid handling platforms. Real-time PCR/LAMP data analysis using vendor thermocycling software, miniPCR or other assigned equipment. Technical support for validation or evaluation studies under the direction of the manager, team lead, MLT or molecular specialist. Handling or processing of human specimens including respiratory specimens, blood, urine is advantageous. Prioritizes work and responds to urgent or unpredictable demands. Other duties as assigned. Knowledge and Skills

  • Strong understanding molecular theory and best practices including real-time PCR/LAMP, nucleic acid extraction, molecular workflows, primer and probe dilution calculation and preparation.
  • Experience with standard molecular lab applications and instrumentation (e.g. DNA extraction, pipetting, PCR/LAMP set up, sequencing an asset).
  • Familiarity with general laboratory equipment including centrifuges, incubators, pipettors, automated liquid handlers, incubators, biological safety cabinets.
  • Good working understanding of and experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, Access.
  • Time management and ability to prioritize.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • High degree of comfort with automation and manual processes.
  • Adaptability to changing demands and willingness to learn.
  • Understanding of Sanger sequencing and Next Generation Sequencing theory is an asset.
Education and Experience
  • Bachelor of Science degree.
  • 3 years of molecular experience.
  • Extensive technical experience with real-time PCR/LAMP, preferably in a clinical genetics or molecular genetics laboratory.
Attributes and Competencies
  • Works within established procedures for a Medical Laboratory Assistant and within PHO Lab standards and protocols.
  • Follows technical instructions (SOP) for testing of samples and preparation of reagents.
  • Solves basic problems (e.g., mismatched samples, issues with prepared media such as incorrect pH).
  • Seeks advice and direction in solving more complex problems.
  • Determines which organisms can/cannot be handled due to safety/risk.
  • May be required to lift up to 10 kg.
  • May be required to work within a biological safety cabinet/fumehood.
  • Physical coordination and manual dexterity in the use of keyboard, operate and maintain laboratory equipment, and perform testing of specimens.
  • May be required to perform repetitive tasks such as pipetting.
  • May be required to stand or sit for the period of one shift.
  • Requires physical activity such as walking, lifting, stretching and bending.
  • May be required to work shifts as scheduled.
  • Works within a Laboratory environment which contains hazardous and infectious materials, odors, noise generated from automated analyzers, some temperature extremes, such as walk in fridges and freezers.
  • Required to adhere to Laboratory safety including proper use of biological safety cabinets, autoclaves and personal protective equipment.
  • Works shifts as assigned.
Submit resume to : J oinTheTeam@ASPDX.ca




RN / RPN / Paramedics (Calgary, Alberta / Toronto, Canada)


ClearMe Inc. is currently seeking Registered Nurses (RN) and Registered Practical Nurses (RPN) to join us the fight against COVID-19 in large and small communities across Canada. ClearMe offers on-site COVID-19 specimen collection throughout and require qualified professionals to perform nasopharyngeal, oral Pharyngeal and sputum specimen collection of individuals (both symptomatic and asymptomatic) that are being tested for COVID-19. Testing is offered for both ambulatory clients and clients presenting for testing within remote medical rooms. This position is part of the ASPDX ClearMe™ Covid-19 response. In order to be able to respond to the evolving/changing needs related to the Covid-19 pandemic, you may be cross-trained to enable reassignment to other Covid-19 response areas as the needs arise. Job Description:
The collection technician supports infectious disease testing and prevention from a population health lens. Working as a member of an interdisciplinary team, staff prepare, test clients, document, and finalize tested samples for the lab. Under the guidance of our Medical Director, the role adheres to ASPDX ClearMe™ documentation guidelines and lab testing policy, procedures, and standards. As the appropriate use of full Personal Protective Equipment (masks, gowns, gloves, eye protection) is also required to perform testing, the staff must adhere to all ASPDX ClearMe™ Infection, Prevention and Control requirements, guidelines, and practices and are required to take continued precautions wherever required, including at break and meal times.

  • Optional valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record
  • Commitment to providing exemplary customer service
  • Active RN, RPN licenses in Ontario or Calgary
  • Experience and knowledge of current IP&C procedures and screening
  • Excellent assessment and patient education skills
  • Ability to work independently and adapt quickly to challenges
  • Ability to use a computer and or iPad / Tablet device
  • Demonstrated interest in personal professional development
  • Demonstrated commitment to Patient-Focused Care concept and principles
  • Ability to perform Nasal Pharyngeal and /or Throat swabbing within your professional scope of practice.
  • Classification: Community Collection Technician
Additional Required Qualifications: Effective organizational, planning and time management abilities. Establishes and maintains effective liaison with multidisciplinary team to ensure coordinated services are provided; must demonstrate working as a team player. Demonstrates ethical practice and professionalism in working with clients, peers, and other health care providers, and the public in a culturally competent manner. Starting rates $25/hr - $35/hr Qualified candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and resume Email resume to: JoinTheTeam@ASPDX.ca





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