Provides clinical medical physics services for the Department of Radiation Oncology.
Clinical medical physics services must be performed at a high standard and include: 1) ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and best practice recommendations, 2) equipment calibration, quality assurance, and maintenance, 3) treatment plan review and approval, 4) managing equipment and software issues including troubleshooting and engaging required IST, service engineering, and help desk support, 5) implementation of new technology including acceptance, commissioning, process development, and training, 6) continuous evaluation and improvement of departmental processes and capabilities within the purview of medical physics.
Participate in research and educational efforts.
Support and assist physicians, dosimetrists, therapists, and other colleagues. Implement requested improvements and changes facilitating their work.
Scheduled Days / Hours: Monday through Friday;
Graduate degree in medical physics or related field
2 years post-graduate experience in Therapeutic Medical Physics
Required License/Certifications/ Registration:
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