- Perform annual or more frequent (as required) performance evaluations of X-ray, CT, Nuclear, MRI and Ultrasound imaging equipment.
- Recommend and assist in justification of new imaging equipment and radiation safety products for use within the hospital.
- Develop and monitor daily quality control procedures for each imaging modality to include automated analysis of acquired QC data for trend tracking and prompt identification of abnormal patient exposures.
- Educates staff in safe practices for proper operation of radiation producing imaging systems and non-ionizing imaging systems.
- Ensure American College of Radiology accredited imaging systems remain fully compliant with the elements of the accreditation program.
- Work as an Assistant Radiation Safety Officer on a Broad Scope Medical License. This entails oversight of all hospital based and out-patient imaging and therapeutic areas.
- Oversight of radiation safety activities in Radiation Oncology is the responsibility of the Radiation Safety Officer and Assistants; however, two Radiation Oncology Medical Physicists are available to assist as needed.
- You will do all of this while contributing to mission effectiveness by promoting the spirit embodied with the Mission Statement: Service to the poor - Support the cause of those who lack resources for a reasonable quality of life. Reverence - Respect and compassion for the dignity and diversity of life Integrity - Inspiring trust through personal leadership. Wisdom - Integrating excellence and stewardship. Creativity - Courageous Innovation. Dedication - Affirming hope and joy in our ministry.