Performs a variety of medical physics services to include developing techniques used to standardize and calibrate imaging and therapy equipment; performs treatment planning for special cases and acts as a resource to other staff regarding treatment plans, simulations, and special device fabrication; validates the accuracy of the treatment plan and provides consultation to physicians per orders; performs acceptance testing, measurements, commissioning and ongoing quality assurance testing of linear accelerators, treatment planning systems, and physics equipment to establish accuracy and safety in accordance with hospital, state, federal, and accrediting body requirements.
Masters Level Board Eligible in medical physics by the American Board of Radiology (ABR).
ABR Certified in Radiation Oncology with a minimum 2 years experience in a progressive cancer center/facility.
Additional Salary Information: Based upon experience
Internal Number: 2020-100123
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