Regional Diagnostic Medical Physicist - Medical Imaging
Vancouver General Hospital
Regular Full Time
Reporting to the Regional Leader - Medical Imaging Physics, you will be accountable for on-going quality assurance and acceptance testing for all x-ray, CT, radioscopy and ultrasound equipment, including ancillary equipment (i.e. CR Reader) within the Medical Imaging department and related equipment managed or operated by Medical Imaging staff at Lower Mainland sites (Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Fraser Health Authority and Provincial Health Services Authority).
You will provide leadership and direction in the medical applications of physics and work as a key team member with colleagues and co-workers in continually developing and improving methods to image body structure and function.
Key partnerships are with Clinical Practitioners, Medical Physicists, Quality Coordinators, Directors, scientists, site-specific Radiation Safety Officers (SRSO) and Medical Radiation Technologist staff throughout the health authorities.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERTISE:
PhD or Masters in Physics, or a related Biomedical discipline and a minimum of 2 years clinic experience is required.
Membership with the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine (CCPM) in Diagnostic/Radiological Physics or an equivalent body
Accreditation in Medical Physics of Mammography by the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine (CCPM) or its equivalent
A personal vehicle is required for this role.
Fosters collaborative and effective working relationships that promote cooperative goal achievement and contribute to an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect.
Applies superior communication skills to collaborate and influence internal and external stakeholders, providing advice, guidance and education, and ensuring compliance with standards, criteria and regulations.
Maintains current knowledge of new developments, trends and research in the medical applications of physics and recommends/implements
best practices accordingly.
Facilitates, collaborates and negotiates for effective conduct of clinical, practice and systems research, and works with colleagues and co-workers to achieve excellence in clinical, practice, and systems research.
Skillfully develops meaningful indicators of quality and provides constructive reports based on the results of indicator monitoring.
Uses a variety of software applications at an advanced level to prepare reports, briefing materials and other documents and to conduct statistical analysis.
Provides guidance to site-specific RSOs
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for this posting.
Thank you for your interest in Vancouver Coastal Health.
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