The Department of Radiology of Medical College of Wisconsin seeks a full time ABR board certified/eligible diagnostic medical physicist, at the rank of Assistant Professor. The ideal candidate should demonstrate experience in equipment including; computed radiography, digital radiography, fluoroscopy, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasonography.
Ph.D. degree in medical physics, physics or engineering. ABR certified or eligible (defined as accepted to take the Part 2 exam) in Diagnostic Medical Physics. Recent graduates from a CAMPEP accredited imaging physics residency programs are encouraged to apply.
Develops new quality assurance procedures as required.
Evaluates the test/performance results.
Measures, reports and maintains equipment performance records.
Monitors and reports deterioration or trends in equipment performance and initiate prompt corrective action and/or preventive measures when necessary.
Performs acceptance testing on every new diagnostic imaging system or major equipment system component prior to routine clinical service.
Performs periodic quality assurance/control tests and surveys on imaging devices
Performs tests to confirm the defective equipment was repaired
Prepares and supports MCW-Froedtert Health hospitals and clinics state inspections, ACR accreditations, MQSA and The Joint Commission (TJC) evaluations.
Remains current with technical developments, standards of practice, and regulatory requirements and enhances professional growth.
Teaches radiology residents, radiology technologist school, and graduate school courses
Carries out clinical research projects
Is capable of working independently and as a team member to develop and implement programs with hospital staff and other Medical College of Wisconsin departments.
Is highly service oriented with good interpersonal, written and oral communication skills including the ability to develop and deliver concise documentation, presentations and trainings.
Maintains a team-oriented approach and possesses the ability to cultivate positive and collegial workplace relationships.
Demonstrates integrity and ethics at all times.
Appreciates and understands the connection between individual goals, departmental goals and the organizational mission.
Approaches our job knowing that there are internal and external customers whose expectations we strive to exceed.
Understands the need to be responsible for our own outcomes and takes pride in delivering the best possible. Possesses excellent work-related skills and the ability to apply them, while continually seeking ways to improve.
Has knowledge of federal, state and The Joint Commission radiologic regulatory requirements.
Has strong communication (oral, written, presentation, documentation) and interpersonal skills, to effectively interact with customers, convey technical information in lay terms, interpret and advise on regulations and laws, conduct training and educational programs, and develop detailed compliance reports and correspondence.
Has strong organizational and time management skills to organize a variety of concurrent activities, set realistic goals and objectives, plan ahead and meet deadlines without compromising quality.
Is capable of maneuvering freely throughout the healthcare system and to transport radiation detection devices, shields and testing phantoms.
The Department of Radiology has 92 MD radiologists, 11 PhD scientists/physicists. The Section of Medical Physics in Radiology Department includes 3 Ph.D. clinical imaging physicists, 1 medical physics coordinator, 2 imaging physics residents, 1 education program coordinator, and other administrative supporting staff. The Section of Medical Physics provides imaging physics services for over 130 radiography/fluoroscopy units, 20 interventional procedure labs, 18 MRI (1 interventional MRI), 19 CT (1 interventional CT), 26 Digital 2D mammography/DBT, 220 Ultrasonography units, 18 Nuclear medicine camera/SPECT, 1 PET/CT.
To apply, please email your CV, a one page career goal statement and a list of three references to Carrie Gilbert at email@example.com
Employment in this position may be contingent upon successfully completing a background and criminal history check, caregiver background check in accordance with the Wisconsin Caregiver Background Check Law, physical examination, and / or driving record check. The Medical College of Wisconsin is an affirmative action / equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation. The Medical College of Wisconsin defines diversity as a commitment to recognizing and appreciating the variety of individual differences in an environment that promotes and celebrates individual and collective achievement. The diversity of MCW continues to be an important source of innovative ideas and creative accomplishments. Employees that have access to MCW, affiliate, subsidiary, or student data or Protected Health Information (PI), or research protected information are obligated to protect the confidentiality and proper use and access of this information in order to prevent loss, misuse, unauthorized access, unnecessary identification, or security breaches.
About Medical College of Wisconsin - Radiology Department
The Medical College of Wisconsin is a private, freestanding medical school and graduate school of sciences in the central United States, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. More than 1,510 faculty physicians with MCW provide adult and pediatric care to more than 500,000 patients, representing more than 2.2 million patient visits annually.
Employment in this position may be contingent upon successfully completing a background and criminal history check, caregiver background check in accordance with the Wisconsin Caregiver Background Check Law, physical examination, and / or driving record check. The Medical College of Wisconsin is an affirmative action / equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation.
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