Immediate opening for a Medical physicist in Northern New Jersey.
Will perform daily physics tasks, physics coverage. Coverage is needed for full-time, on-site physics coverage. This position provides physics services by following department/facility policies, procedures and protocols. Will join the team of one physicist and one dosimetrist for coverage of 3 sites.
Ensures operation and safety of all machines in accordance with established guidelines and protocols.
Provides support and assistance in delivery of radiation therapy treatments, including advanced specialized therapies.
Performs computer treatment planning on an as needed basis.
Oversees the implementation of new modalities and protocols.
On standby as a resource for all staff.
Assist staff with continuing education on medical physics and radiation safety procedures as needed.
Conducts self in professional manner in all interactions; encourages teamwork and shows efficient use of resources.
Performs evaluations of the treatment plans to ensure accurate dose delivery for treatments.
Oversees the maintenance of all requirements to satisfy ACR accreditation guidelines.
Participates in regular peer reviews.
Responsible and accountable for the ethical, legal, and professional responsibilities related to the Medical Physics practice. This includes HIPPA guidelines and regulations.
Master’s Degree in Medical Physics or related discipline.
Board Eligibility is preferable.
Must possess knowledge in medical physics including regulations governing the use of radiation in medicine, advanced computer skills, advanced treatment planning, and quality control procedures.
Preferred experience with Varian treatment machines
Preferred experience with Aria
Preferred experience with Eclipse treatment planning system
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