PHYSICS CLINICAL SPECIALTY COORDINATOR
Job posting number: #7071551 (Ref:hlj_27877)
Posted: October 29, 2020
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
- The Physics Clinical Specialty Coordinator will be responsible for directing and supervising all technical support for a particular clinical specialty program (e.g. Brachytherapy, or Cranial Radiosurgery) within the Department of Radiation Oncology. He/she will act as the Physics liaison with the physician director of the Program and will take an active role in defining the direction program. The coordinator will manage the implementation of any new technology and will coordinate clinical and quality assurance coverages to support the program. It is estimated that 50% of the individual’s time will be spent coordinating and working within the program. The remaining 50% of the time the individual will perform the duties of a clinical physicist.
The Ideal Candidate:
- Has a Ph.D. in Medical Physics or related discipline.
- Has 5 years clinical Medical Physics including 3 years in the specified clinical specialty.
- Coordination of all Physics operations related to specified specialty.
- Preparation of the annual capital and operational budget items related to the specified specialty program.
- Manage Quality Assurance Program for specified specialty.
- Conduct an annual review of procedures related to the specified program.
- Ensure that technical billing for all clinical specialty procedures is performed and is appropriate.
- Participate and provide guidance in clinical, developmental and innovative projects related to clinical specialty.
Credentials and Qualifications:
- Master’s degree in Medical Physics or related discipline required.
- Florida license in Medical or Therapeutic Radiological Physics required.
- Certification in Medical Radiological Physics by the American Board of Radiology or an equivalent board is required.
- 3 years clinical Medical Physics including 1 year in the specified clinical specialty required.
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