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Employer Type: Chief Medical Physicist Radiation Oncology Physics Lewistown Hospital Lewistown PA, PA USA
Hospital Number of Positions: Position Open Date: Contact Deadline by: Planned Start Date: 1 3/27/200 7
Medical Physicist Blayne Rush 10633 John W. Elliot Dr Ste D Frisco, TX 75034 USA Phone:469-385-7790 firstname.lastname@example.org
Position Description: Rush Search Partners, Ltd (www.RushSearchPartners.com), the firm of choice for the most critical physicist searches, has been retained by Lewistown Hospital (www.lewistownhospital.org) located in Lewistown, Pa to lead the search for their medical physicist. This is Rush Search Partners’ 212th search. Lewistown Hospital is a 139 bed financially stable rural non-profit hospital. The department of radiation oncology is currently expanding its services and thus has created this full time position. Currently the department is constructing a second vault that will house the latest version linac and adding a Nucletron HDR (including MammoSites) program. After the commissioning of the second linac the first will be decommissioned. Currently 25-30 patients are treated with IMRT and 3d with ADAC and DynArt. The hospital has a MRI and 16 slice Pet CT. You will join a dosimetrist that currently works 3 days per week. As you can tell this is a very balanced position that will allow you to be current with newer technologies but still allow the deserved work/life/family balance. Facility and Equipment: Locate about 30 minutes from Penn State you are surrounded by beautiful state parks and mountains that are cradled by the Juniata and Susquehanna River Valleys. The Juniata River, Pennsylvania's 2001 River of the Year has 298 miles of streams spanning seven counties. Fishermen world-wide have named this region one of the best year-round fishing locations in the country. Boating, kayaking, hiking, tubing, and camping make this a favorite location for those seeking the kind of natural beauty and solitude that only a peaceful river can provide. Real estate and the cost of living are low and the schools are excellent. Employer and Environment: Lewistown is 110 miles from Baltimore, 180 miles from Philadelphia and 30 minutes from Penn State. With the abundance of outdoor activities and the approximation to what the entire Northeast has to offer with the very low cost of living, you owe it to yourself and your family to explore this further. If you are interested in this position or any other, give me a call or send me an email. 2)
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Employer Type: Chief Medical Physicist Radiation Oncology Physics Radiation Oncology Associates Fort Wayne, IN USA
Physics Practice Number of Positions: Position Open Date: Contact Deadline by: Planned Start Date: 1 5/22/200 7
Earl Dietrich 7910 West Jefferson Blvd. Suite 110 Fort Wayne, IN 46804 USA Phone:260-436-4116 email@example.com
Position Description: Radiation Oncology Associates currently has opening for an experienced radiation therapy physicist to lead our medical physics department. The candidate would join a department consisting of two physicists and three dosimetrists. Facility and Equipment: The physics department is responsible for covering two facilities. The two facilities are equipped with Varian linear accelerators. The main facility has recently switched to Eclipse and Aria while the satellite facility has Xio and IMPAC. Brachytherapy is completed using a Gammamed HDR unit and a Brachyvision workstation for planning. Variseed is used for prostate seed planning. The physics department is very well equipped with a Wellhoffer scanning water phantom, Mapcheck, Profiler and ARGUS physics QA software. The computer network has also been recently updated. Employer and Environment: Radiation Oncology Associates is a physician owned practice. The practice has a busy IMRT program as well as a newly start IGRT program. The HDR program has been active and the seed program is also steady. Goals have been set for the department to become paperless in the next year. Fort Wayne, Indiana offers a small town feel with conveniences of a large city. Fort Wayne is also within a few hours driving to Chicago, Detroit and Indianapolis. 3) Placeme nt Role: Specialty : Employer : Location: Title: Stacie Fuhriman 2003 Lincoln Way Coeur d Alene, ID 83815 USA Phone:208/666-2625 Fax:208/666-2032 firstname.lastname@example.org
Employer Type: Medical Physicist Radiation Oncology Physics Kootenai Medical Center Coeur d Alene, ID USA
Hospital Number of Positions: Position Open Date: Contact Deadline by: Planned Start Date: 1 4/1/200 7 4/1/200 7 4/1/200 7
Position Description: The Medical Physicist’s primary responsibility is to assure that all treatment machines and radiation sources are correctly calibrated to accepted protocols, as well as provide a high standard of clinical physics service. The Medical Physicist assists the Radiation Oncologist and Department Manager in supervising the technical aspects of treating patients with radiation. Facility and Equipment: ABR Board Certified preferred. Preferably 5+ years experience in experience in IMRT, HDR (Mammosite) and LDR brachytherapy, ultrasound localization and all QA activities. Equipment includes: Varian 2100, (120 MLC) IMPAC, and GE CT scanner. Acuity Simulator, Son Array, GammaMed and ADAC Pinnacle 3-D treatment planning. Employer and Environment: We are a financially healthy and growing medical facility, offering the experienced Medical Physicist an opportunity to join our talented team at our Cancer Center located in Coeur d’ Alene, ID. We pride ourselves in maintaining a family-oriented culture while the hospital grows to meet the needs of the region.
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Employer Type: Medical Physicist Radiation Oncology Physics Varian Medical Systems Palo Alto, CA USA
Manufacturer/Vend or Number of Positions: Position Open Date: Contact Deadline by: Planned Start Date:
1 3/19/200 7
Applications Specialist A Deirdre Satterthwaite 660 N. McCarthy Blvd Milpitas, CA , CA 95035 USA
Position Description: Job Duties: In this position you will provide on site customer training after component installation. Communicates customer’s problems and helps in problems and helps in problem resolution. Provides market intelligence and assists in market support activities. Facilitates the sale of limited upgrades to customer base. Approximately travel: 75% Qualifications: MS . SRS/SRT/IMRS/IMRT/IGRT experience required. Experience on Eclipse/Fast Plan preferred. Experience on latest Varian software preferred. Computer applications and networking experience;previous teaching experience, Excellent communication skills. To apply go to our career page at www.varian.com and ref Job Req 462BR Position available Nationwide **Exempt 5)
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Employer Type: Clinical Radiation Oncology Physicist Radiation Oncology Physics University of Pennsylvania West Chester, PA USA Richard Maughan 3400 Spruce Street Medical Physics Division Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA email@example.com
University/Acade mic Number of Positions: Position Open Date: Contact Deadline by: Planned Start Date:
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Position Description: The Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Pennsylvania is seeking a clinical medical physicist to work at a satellite facility, Chester County Hospital, in West Chester, PA. The candidate should have an M.S. degree in medical physics or a related field, at least three years experience, and be certified in therapeutic radiological or radiation oncology physics by the ABR or ABMP. Experience in HDR brachytherapy, prostate seed implants, and IMRT treatment planning is desirable. Facility and Equipment: Chester County Hospital is equipped with a Siemens Primus Linac and a Philips CT-Simulator. IMRT is used extensively for all major disease sites. The selected candidate would participate in many new developmental projects, including the introduction of an HDR program and prostate seed implantation program. During 2009, a proton therapy program will be commissioned at the Main Campus in Philadelphia. The candidate will provide physics support for Chester County patients treated with proton therapy at main campus. Ongoing collaboration with proton therapy efforts at the main campus will be crucial. Employer and Environment: The Medical Physics Division of the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania serves the Main campus in Philadelphia and six satellites. It is staffed by twelve Ph.D. faculty level physicists, six M.S. level physicists, eleven dosimetrists and four postdoctoral fellows. Salaries are competitive and benefits are generous. We offer ample opportunities for continuing education and career development. Please quote AAPM Position # in your response. 6)
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Employer Type: Clinical Radiation Oncology Physicist Radiation Oncology Physics Integrated Medical Services Phoenix, AZ USA Hana Murad 1301 S 7th Ave Del E. Webb Cancer Ctr Suite 400 Phoenix, AZ 85007 USA Phone:602 824-3358 Fax:602 824-5807 firstname.lastname@example.org
Physician Practice Number of Positions: Position Open Date: Contact Deadline by: Planned Start Date: 1 3/13/200 7
Position Description: Physicist is responsible for Quality Assurance of Linac,treatment planning of conventional and IMRT, LDR, HDR. Candidates must have an IMRT experience and a minimum of a Master's Degree in medical physics. Board certification/eligibility is a must. Facility and Equipment: Integrated Medical Services has ten facilities, five located within the state and five within metropolitan Phoenix. All centers have CT sim capabilities, planning is done on ROCS, Xio, Eclipse, Prowess for LDR and Plato for HDR. Employer and Environment: Integrated Medical Services consists of six Radiation Oncologists. Two PhD and one Masters physicists and two Dosimetrists 7) Zoom Info Title Facility Department Category Status Schedule Minimum Qualifications
Radiation Physicist McLaren Regional Medical Center Great Lakes Cancer Institute Full Time 80 hours per 2 week pay period Days Required Education/Experience: 1. Masters degree in Physics. 2. 3-5 years clinical experience in Radiation Oncology Physics. 3. Certification through the ABR and/or ABMP. Preferred Education/Experience: 1. Stereotactic radiosurgery experience. The Great Lakes Cancer Institute (GLCI) at McLaren Regional Medical Center is searching for a Radiation Physicist. Established as a partnership between Michigan State University and McLaren Health Care, GLCI-McLaren recently earned a full three year re-accreditation with commendation as a teaching hospital by the ACOS Commission on Cancer. Only two cancer programs in the state received this distinction. On an annual basis the program provides over 18,000 total radiation
oncology treatments. Currently a Varian 21 EX and TomoTherapy system are operational. Position Summary: Participates daily in treatment planning, dosimetry, quality assurance and all other related medical physics functions. HDR, prostate seed and mammosite treatment provision. Receives and documents radioactive materials, prepares radioactive material for implantation and obtains patient contour and clinical data, as needed. Assists in periodic calibrations of therapy machines and quality control activities. Maintains open, regular communication with program radiation oncologists. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. For more information about GLCI, visit www.glci.com. For more information about this position, contact Yolanda Lemmer at 810-342-2533. Apply online or email your resume to HireMe@McLaren.org. Thank you for your interest in McLaren Employment Opportunities!
Career Builder 8) Physicist: Brookwood Medical Center (A Tenet Healthcare Facility) Job ID Company Name Job Category Location Experience Date Posted 0705006848 Brookwood Medical Center (A Tenet Healthcare Facility) Healthcare; Healthcare Birmingham, AL 0-1 Years Experience March 29, 2007
Position Type Full-Time, Employee
Located in Homewood, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, Brookwood Medical Center is a leading facility in one of the nation's most prestigious regions for healthcare. A member of the Tenet HealthSystem, Brookwood Medical Center is a 586-tertiary bed center for excellence in the following specialty areas: women's services, cardiovascular medicine and surgery, cancer, orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery, psychiatric services, emergency services and more. Other notable services include the Heart Attack Intervention Center, the Asthma Center of Excellence, a Seniors Program and the Brookwood Diagnostic Center. Brookwood's goal is to provide 100% patient satisfaction. We believe that in order to achieve that goal, we must have very satisfied employees and physicians. Our focus on employee and physician satisfaction is why our patients tell us that Brookwood Medical Center is the best place to come for healthcare. In addition to our over 2,400 employees and a volunteer staff that supports the medical center everyday, Brookwood has over 750 board certified physicians representing every major specialty. If you are excited about your profession, love working in a great environment and are sincere about providing excellent service, then we encourage you to apply online via this career site, or by visiting our hospital website at www.bwmc.com. If you are in healthcare because you love feeling good about your work, this the place for you! Tenet. Just Bring Yourself.
Brookwood Medical Center offers a variety of incentive and professional development programs including an employee referral bonus for specific job vacancies, student loan repayment program; comprehensive orientation and preceptor programs; on-site continuing education; free parking and a 25 % discount for daycare at La Petite Academy which is located close to the campus. Tenet Healthcare Corporation, through its subsidiaries, owns and operates acute care hospitals and numerous related health care services. Tenet's name reflects its core business philosophy: the importance of shared values among partners in providing a full spectrum of health care. Tenet's mission is to be recognized for the passion of our people and partners who provide quality, innovative care to the patients we serve in our communities. Our focus is on leadership, growth and philanthropy. It's a spirit you can experience first-hand and it's a philosophy that can enhance your own approach to health care, and your career goals. From the resources that go with being one of the largest investor-owned health care providers in the U.S., to our multiple locations coast to coast, one thing is clear - Tenet offers significant employment opportunities. So whatever you need to grow as a professional, we'll do our best to provide. All you need to bring is yourself! Job Description Description The Dosimetrist must be a team player who can mentor others, communicate effectively with all levels of the organization and demonstrate expertise in documentation. Assist staff/management in maintaining compliance with Federal, State and JCAHO requirements.
Qualifications Certified Medical Dosimetrist with minimum of 1 year full-time experience in Radiation Oncology including IMRT treatment planning OR experienced Radiation Therapist who is CMDeligible including IMRT treatment planning is required. We prefer a Certified Medical Dosimetrist with at least 3 years’ experience in Radiation Oncology including IMRT treatment planning. The following licenses are appreciated: American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification (ARRT) (R) and Certified Medical Dosimetry certification (CMD) (P). Shift Type* Days Job Type* Full-time 9) Zoom info Company Name Job Title Job Status Type of Company Job Division Job Function
Emory University Rad Oncology Physicist II Full-time Regular Education Education Years Experience Desired Location Master's Two years Emory University, GA 03/20/2007
SOM:Radiation Oncology Date Posted Scientist, Healthcare/Medical Other
The Details View Career Opportunity Description Job Title: Rad Oncology Physicist II Shift: Day Position Type: Full-Time Organization: Emory University Operating Unit: Emory University Department: SOM:Radiation Oncology Career #: 208490
Career Opportunity JOB DESCRIPTION: Under the general supervision of the Director of Medical Physics and at the direction of the Radiation Oncologists, provides optimized computerized treatment planning documents to Radiation Oncologists for review and selection. Confers with Radiation Oncologists and Residents regarding patient disease to provide an optimal treatment plan. Produces plan with pertinent instructions to accomplish patient set-up documented on plan. Assists Radiation Oncologists in defining and localizing beam coverage and target volumes. Utilizes optical disk, film digitizer or analog digitizer to input physical patient parameters into treatment planning system. Constructs molds, casts, compensating filters, and beam-shaping shielding devices to accomplish patient treatment and reproducibility per computerized plan. Assists in the application of brachytherapy procedures including high-dose rate applications, interstitial, hyperthermia, P32, and brain implants. Oversees quality assurance monitoring, loading and transportation of radioactive material. Performs quality management processes of the department including chart checks, dose calculations, radiation monitoring, and equipment calibrations. Maintains skills to assess and care for patients of all ages. Provides support and assistance for other medical physics activities related to patient care and staff education. Participates in on-going research projects. May be involved in the didactic and clinical supervision of medical physics students and radiation oncology residents. Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A master of science or PhD in medical physics with the appropriate clinical training. Board certification requirements must be met within three years of hire. Two years of experience in a clinical setting.
Preferred Qualifications Board Certified or Board Eligibility with the ABR preferred.
Compensation Min Hourly $48.27 Mid Hourly $68.27 Min Monthly $8366.42 Mid Monthly $11833.21 Min Annual $100397.00 Mid Annual $141998.50 This is an Exempt position. Employees in this position are paid a salary on a monthly basis and are not eligible to receive overtime pay.
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Consider a career with Emory University that will afford you a level of prestige and stability not found in many Atlanta Employers of Choice. You are cordially invited to join the Origins of Excellence. Emory University is home to nine major academic divisions, numerous centers for advanced study, and a host of prestigious affiliated institutions. In addition to Emory College, the University encompasses a graduate school of arts and sciences; professional schools of medicine, theology, law, nursing, public health, and business; and Oxford College, a two-year undergraduate division on the original campus in Oxford, Georgia. Located on 631 acres along the Clifton Corridor, in the Druid Hills suburb, just 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta, Emory is one of the three largest private employers in the metro Atlanta area and the largest employer in DeKalb County. The University is admired worldwide for academic, patient care, research and technological excellence. Our benefits have their rewards as well. We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Apply online at Emory Careers for a position at Emory today and become a part of the Origins of Excellence! Emory University and Affiliates are an AA/EOE Employer. 10) Company Name Job Title Job Status Type of Company Job Function
WellStar Health System Dosimetrist-Radiation Oncology Full-time Regular Healthcare/Medical Healthcare/Medical - Allied Health - Other, Healthcare/Medical - Allied Health - Therapist Education Location Date Posted Certification/Lice nse Marietta, GA 03/20/2007
Dosimetrist-Radiation Oncology: Kennestone Hospital We believe in each and every one of our employees. That's why we provide them with an unparalleled level of support. We're WellStar, system of five premier hospitals in the Northwest suburbs of Atlanta. With more than 1,000 beds, 10,000 employees and a strong physician group, we've become one of the largest non-profit healthcare systems in the Southeast, and we continue to grow! As a WellStar employee, you'll have a choice of work environments ranging from traditional hospitals and physicians offices to a variety of clinical settings. We provide competitive salary and benefits including a Pension Plan and 403b, along with world-class technology, on-going training, fitness and child care centers. Plus, you'll have the ability to transfer within our system while retaining seniority and benefits! We have big plans for the future. Shouldn't they include you? All positions will require a valid Georgia license and CPR certification. Excellent customer service skills are required. All positions need computer skills in microsoft applications. Excellent English communication skills both written and verbal. Experience in a hospital setting is preferred. Must be a graduate of an accredited school. Excellent patient care and patient safety skills required. Inquire about our sign-on bonuses. Bonuses vary by position and location. Under the direct supervision of the Chief Physicist, the Dosimetrist > performs a variety of treatment planning and quality assurance services > related to radiation therapy in the Department of Radiation Oncology. > Provide technical assistance in the development of treatment plans for > patients undergoing radiation therapy; monitor patients during treatment > procedures and ensure proper calibration and quality assurance of > therapy units. Participates in related research and development of new > radiation therapy procedures. Calculates computerized isodose plans for > radiation oncology patients and computes standard dose calculations and > determines computerized generation of isodose curves for teletherapy, > brachytherapy radiation and hyperthermia treatment. Calculates treatment > machine settings, documents calculations, and records treatment data in > therapy chart. > > Requirements: Certified Medical Dosimetrist (certified through MDCB) able > to plan all types of treatments using numerous planning systems, busy > center that treats 80+ patients per day. Needs to be familiar with IMRT > planning. Will train on new systems used in this department If you're committed to world-class healthcare, visit: www.wellstar.org
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WellStar Health System, known for its dedication to the health of the community, makes every effort to hire individuals devoted to working in a healthcare environment that promotes healing for both patients and their families. We offer a culture that honors a successful work/home/life balance and a full benefits package with many extras. We build our organization from within by promoting and rewarding exceptional performance. Clinical, as well as non-clinical persons, are encouraged to apply. We act on this philosophy: the employees of WellStar will always be our most valuable assets. From nurses and physicians, to technicians and administrative professionals, our employees embrace WellStarys philosophy of patients being our first priority. We recruit and retain the most qualified workforce without regard to age, sex, race, religion, color, national origin, handicap or disability. We search for the best employees to provide the pinnacle of customer service, positive attitude, job skills and qualifications. Come see what we have to offer at our five hospitals: Windy Hill, Paulding, Cobb, Douglas and Kennestone, or our Neighborhood Healthcare Centers at Powers Ferry, Kennesaw, Shallowford and Towne Lake. Our Primary Care Centers and Physician Practices are in Towne Lake, Douglasville, East Cobb, West Cobb, Marietta, Paulding, Smyrna and Austell. Opportunities exist at our Paulding Long Term Care facility in Dallas, Georgia. 11) Position Title: Requisition ID: Date Posted: Location: Work Start: Work End: Company: Department : Working Days: Division: Posting Description:
MEDICAL PHYSICIST 7640-03/20/07-3371 3/20/2007 Centegra Health System - Woodstock, IL 8:00am 4:30pm NIM Cancer Care Center M-F Chief Operating Officer NATURE AND SCOPE OF POSITION The Medical physicists provides quality control, regulatory and JCAHO compliance testing of all therapeutic radiation therapy equipment in the Cancer Center. The medical physicist provides technical assistance in the development of treatment plans for patients undergoing radiation therapy; monitors patients, maintains established policies, procedures, objectives, quality measurement, and safety. Provides scientific support to medical staff in accurate, effective and safe diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients. The medical physicist does research involving new techniques in clinical developments and services. Trains and updates Cancer Center Associates in all aspects of physics applied to medicine.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Plans radiation treatments and performs dose calculations for cancer patients using a wide range of scientific equipment to aid clinical diagnosis, treatment, physiological measurement and bioengineering. Techniques used include ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, ultrasound, lasers, magnetic resonance, electronics and acoustics. Responsible for identifying the treatment, planning and monitoring radiation dose to be given to the selected treatment area and minimizing the dose elsewhere. 2. Ensures accurate measurement of radiation output from sources employed in cancer therapy. 3. Calibrates the thermoluminescent and other dosimeter; reads and makes reports. 4. Supervises technical aspects of dosimetrist’s and therapist’s activities. 5. Investigates equipment performance, designs radiation installations including calculation and design of shielding for treatment vaults, and performs acceptance testing on new equipment. 6. Organizes, monitors, and documents quality control practices on diagnostic and therapeutic radiological equipment to ensure compliance with all codes. 7. Implements controls for medical radiation hazards by performing safety checks and ensuring that safety procedures are followed in all areas in which radiographic equipment is utilized. 8. Develops and writes specifications for diagnostic and therapeutic radiological equipment and serves as a resource for physicians, dosimetrists and therapists in developing new methods of testing equipment. 9. Radiation safety responsibilities include surveys, the radiation badge monitoring program, and participation in Radiation Safety Committee. 10. Consults with Radiation Oncologists, dosimetrists and therapists, provides instruction in treatment planning practices, and assists in the development of new treatment techniques. 11. Maintains required records, reports, files and collects related statistics. 12. Consults and participates in the high dose and low dose brachytherapy planning and treatments provided to patients. 13. Participates in the provision of educational offerings to Cancer Center Associates in the area of his/her expertise. 14. This position integrates the CHS Service Excellence Standards into each of the responsibilities of this job and daily communication with our customers and co workers. 15. This position adheres to and is responsible for the safety standards of Centegra Health System including the completion of the mandatory organizational safety standards on an annual basis.
16. This position actively maintains confidentiality for our patients and their families as outlined in the CHS Patient Confidentiality Policy and shows the same level of respect for every Associate with in CHS. 17. Identification of population served by this position: Adults over age 18 and the elderly. 18. This position performs other duties as assigned. MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITIES REQUIRED 1. Master’s degree in physics, radiological physics, medical physics or a related specialty required. 2. Certification or eligibility for certification by the American Board of Radiology, the American Board of Nuclear Medicine, the American Board of Medical Physics, or other appropriate board required. 3. Minimum of two years experience under the active supervision of a qualified physicist in an appropriate subspecialty including a radiation oncology or radiology department. 4. Working knowledge in use and function of all radiological equipment required to perform the responsibilities of the position. OTHER 1. Demonstrated expertise in computer skills required to fulfill the responsibilities of the position. 2. Ability to work a flexible working schedule required to meet the needs of the patients and department functions. 3. Demonstrated accuracy and exactness is required in measuring and estimating the amount of radiation received by patients and Associates. March 2003 12)
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13) Job Description ID: Job Title: Departmen t: Type: Shift: Location: City: State: Country: 100460 Dosimetrist Radiation Oncology Full Time Days Henry Ford Hospital Detroit MI US
Position Description: Under general supervision, performs patient treatment planning which involves calculations of dose distribution for radiation therapy. Assists physicians in major machine checks and calibrations. Checks calculations performed by technologists and residents. Performs special projects as assigned by physicist. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION: 2 year Radiation Therapy Technology Training Program and National Certification. 1 year experience as a Radiation Therapy Technologist and 3-6 months of on the job training by a physician, physicist or dosimetrist. 14) Job Title: Category: Department: Position Is For: Position Posted By: Job Code: Posting Expires Facility Description: Dosimetrist Allied Health: Radiology (Imaging and Therapy) Radiation Oncology, Salina Regional Health Center - Salina, KS Regular Full Time Employment A Facility, Registry, or Staffing Company 058200 March 31, 2007 At SRHC we are privileged to provide quality health care service in a healing and spiritual environment. We are a 385 bed acute care, not-for-profit, community-owned hospital focused on serving the needs of Salina and the surrounding communities. We strive for constant improvement and modernization of our methods, facilities and over-all goals toward premium patient care while still remaining true to our heritage and mission. Some of the many services offered at SRHC include: Heart Center, Birth Center (Level II Neonatal)/Pediatrics, Respiratory Care, Surgical Services, Rehabilitation Services, Critical Care/Emergency Services/Helipad, Radiology/Imaging Services, Home Health, Behavioral Health, and our new Tammy Walker Cancer Center. We are in the beginning stages of building a new patient tower of all private rooms scheduled for completion in December of 2007.
Visit our web site at www.srhc.com for more information about our growing facility! Every employee is dedicated and actively involved in making Salina Regional Health Center the most capable and highly equipped health center for all of Kansas’ needs. It’s a comfort walking into SRHC and seeing the enthusiasm our employees express in providing all people with a commitment to World-Class Service and a lasting legacy of health, happiness and wholeness. Find out what that means to you. Location: Salina, Kansas 67401 Salina is a rapidly growing city of just under 50,000 population in the nation’s heartland that blends just the right amount of rural heritage and heartland hospitality. Located conveniently at the crossroads of Interstate 135 and Interstate 70, Salina thrives as a personable and friendly town with a long history that emphasizes the importance of family and good, old-fashioned neighborly kindness. We offer a variety of attractions such as our national award winning community theatre, contemporary art gallery, Smoky Hill Bison Company Visitors Center, Smoky Hill Museum, vineyards & winery, and our annual Smoky Hill River Festival. There are shopping and dining experiences galore, including the world famous, historic Cozy Inn buy ‘em by the sack hamburgers. The pride and positive attitude of our community will show you why our city has become synonymous with hospitality and service. Position Description: The dosimetrist generates dosimetry calculations and treatment plans. The dosimetrist assists the radiation physicist in dosimetry activities as required and administers patient radiotherapy treatments and/or simulation examinations on a regular basis. This position will be responsible for: • Managing and directing Radiation Oncology services and staffing. • Planning and marketing radiation oncology programs. • Ensuring quality care, conflict resolution, orientation and ongoing competency of personnel. This candidate must be dedicated to providing the highest level of patient care and possess proven skills in leading a team. Schedule: Experience Required: M-F Minimum qualifications include bachelor’s degree in business administration or radiation therapy and three years radiation therapy or dosimetry experience. A minimum of one year supervisory experience and working knowledge of Varian accelerators is preferred. SRHC offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package which includes: Health and Dental insurance for single, employee & spouse, employee & child(ren) or family; Life insurance at no cost to employee; 401(k) Retirement plan; ETO (Earned Time Off); EIB (Extended Illness Bank); Shift and Weekend Differentials; Pre-paid Legal package and Identity Theft; supplemental term life insurance, AFLAC (short-term disability, flexible spending accounts, cancer insurance, accident insurance, critical care insurance); tuition reimbursement; clinical ladders bonus program (licensed personnel).
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6646 Healthcare Newport Beach, CA Full-Time, Employee 2-5 Years Experience March 29, 2007
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Job ID Job Category Location Position Type Experience Date Posted
Company Name Hoag Hospital
Job Description : California license in radiation therapy (CRT). American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) required. Delivers treatment as prescribed by radiation oncologist. Also responsible for simulation procedures, custom blocks, immobilization devices. Projects an image of professionalism in communication, appearance and conduct. Supports the radiation oncology/gamma knife mission. Participates in the continuous quality improvement process. Maintains a working knowledge of departmental standard operating procedures. This knowledge may include the use of specialized instrumentation, Quality Control requirements, and preventive maintenance. Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications : Delivers treatment as prescribed by radiation oncologist. Also responsible for simulation procedures, custom blocks, immobilization devices. Projects an image of professionalism in communication, appearance and conduct. Supports the radiation oncology/gamma knife mission. Participates in the continuous quality improvement process. Maintains a working knowledge of departmental standard operating procedures. This knowledge may include the use of specialized instrumentation, Quality Control requirements, and preventive maintenance. Performs other duties as assigned.
Education, Training, or Experience Required: California license in radiation therapy (CRT). American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) required.
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