Staff Physicist will be responsible for all aspects of clinical Radiation Oncology Physics including but not limited to Quality Assurance and calibration of treatment equipment, oversight of patient dosimetry, daily-weekly charts check, IMRT QA, commissioning of new equipment, treatment planning systems, ensuring compliance of NRC and State Regulations including Radiation Safety and Licensing. Assist in treatment planning, including IMRT in collaboration with the medical Dosimetrist and radiation oncologist. Performs Brach therapy planning and calculations, periodic calibrations for the existing linear accelerators and CT/ simulators as required. Measures output factors as required. Reviews patient charts as instructed by the radiation oncologist and also provides supporting documentation. Performs treatment planning intermittent periods as the situation demands. Participates in repair and trouble shooting of equipment through on-call service support. Staff Physicist will report to Chief Physicist. Demonstrates knowledge and skills to appropriately communicate and interact with the patients, families, and visitors of all age groups while being sensitive to their cultural and religious beliefs.
Graduate of an approved accredited college with a master degree in medical physics required.
2+ years in Radiation Oncology Physics post ABR/ABMP certification preferred.
ABR/ABMP certification required post clinical training acquired under the direction of a qualified medical radiation physicist.
Ability to perform as a team member, cooperate with others, follow directions precisely, demonstrate initiative, set priorities, and function under stress. Must be detailed oriented.