Medical Physics: Radiation Oncology, Medical Physics: Radiological Physics - General
Are you ready for a career that thrives on innovation and compassionate care? Associates in Medical Physics (AMP), is known for providing highly skilled medical professionals in state of the art accredited facilities since 2000, is currently recruiting an experienced Clinical Physicist to join our dynamic team in one of our Radiation Oncology Centers in the Washington DC Metro area and Louisville, KY Metro Area. ABR certified and 5 years of experience preferred. Will consider new graduates who are board eligible. We are looking for candidates that exhibit strong communication skills, a commitment to excellent quality care, and a strong drive for professional development.
AMP offers all Full-time employees the option of Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability, 401k and PTO benefits.
Associates in Medical Physics, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination in regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
Supervise and support the design, optimization, technical evaluation and accurate delivery of treatment plans. Maintain calibration, safe operation, and maintenance of all treatment related systems.
Scope of Work
Maintain radiation producing devices, e.g., linac, CT simulator, imaging systems, HDR and LDR programs in compliance with license requirements and assist engineers with submitting repair/calibration reports as required per State regulations. Review maintenance and service reports on linac and CT simulator and recalibrate as needed. Responsible for total quality management inclusive of QA/QC of above systems per facility policy.
Works closely with Radiation Safety Officer to establish quality control and monitor adherence to local, state, and federal regulations.
Maintains proper records necessary for state or other regulatory agencies and American College of Radiology accredited programs.
Provide overall management of clinical quality control with regard to the physical, dosimetric, and treatment charting functions including e-chart and record and verify system if applicable.
Provide instruction for staff with regard to radiation oncology physics relevant to the staff duties. Assist staff and physicians with planning for difficult and/or challenging cases and delivery of treatment.
Supervise and verify that the treatment planning process is carried out per facility policy and calculations, prescribed dose, and monitor units are correct for approved plans.
Perform initial, weekly, and final review of patient charts with regard to dose calculation and other dosimetric and physical parameters. Final review of patient charts to be performed within five days of end of treatment.
Supervise and participate in brachytherapy services.
Participate in planning, treatment, and delivery of SRS/SRT/SBRT.
Fully understand and capable of billing dosimetry/physics procedures appropriately for all services per facility policy.
Participate in weekly chart rounds, Quality Management Committees, and Radiation Safety Committee meetings.
Support institutional research initiatives including participation in clinical trials and related fields of studies as assigned.
Maintain Radiation Oncology Program and assist in expansion and development of service per facility strategic planning.
Other duties as assigned that are consistent with and in support of your scope of practice.
Responsible for remaining current with scope of practice defined by your credentialing and professional licensing organizations and/or adhere to the scope of practice as defined in your job description.
Minimum Job Requirements
M.S. in physics with concentration in radiation physics or post graduate degree that provides board eligibility by the American Board of Radiology or is DABR or equivalent DABMP
Associates in Medical Physics (AMP) strives to provide the highest quality professional services with core competency in medical and industrial radiation applications - including technical expertise for consultation, development and management of applied radiation systems, including staffing and management solutions to clinics and hospitals in the business of providing radiation services.Headquartered in the Washington DC Metro area, AMP provides opportunities for employment in several locations, offering competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits. AMP is known for providing highly skilled medical professionals in state of the art accredited facilities since 2000. We are committed to professional clinical excellence while providing a satisfying work-life balance for our employees.
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