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We are searching for a Senior Diagnostic Medical Physicist - someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you’ll serve as one of the system subject matter experts in diagnostic medical physics. You will assist with the quality assurance and development of imaging technologies for radiological physics and the evaluation of new imagining modalities that are under consideration, as well as address issues related to specifications, acceptance testing, and regulatory standards.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Design, develop, evaluate, and supervise a comprehensive quality control program for the use of ionizing radiation in the hospital system, which can include reviewing, testing, certifying, and accepting all patient imaging-related equipment
• Oversee all technical aspects of the American College of Radiology accreditation process, including training technologists for ACR QC/QA phantom testing, monitoring, and maintaining routine QA data
• Act as one of the principal technical resources to departmental, campus, and system management on medical imaging equipment quality and performance
• Collaborate with professional committees on assignments, participate in professional training, and mentor employees
• Serve as a member of various committees such as the Radiation Safety committee, the CT Protocol, and the Fluroscopy Protocol committee, where you will consult with radiologists, technologists, managers, and other providers as needed
• Prepare reports and other scientific or technical documentation, including publishing and revising the campus and system Radiation Safety Manual as appropriate, and measure the performance of medical imaging equipment accurately
• Serve as a delegated representative of senior leadership to system-wide, local government, state, and federal levels of authority in matters related to campus and system environment, health, safety, and individual field of expertise when other leaders are unable to serve
• Serve as an alternate member of the Command Center, which is maintained through the Emergency Preparedness program, in the event that another leader is unavailable
• Contribute to a team-oriented work environment that ensures interdependence and cooperation
• Master’s degree in physics, electrical, or biomedical engineering, or computational/computer science, medical physics, or a related field
• LMP-DRP license required
• 2 years’ experience in medical physics
• Expert understanding of diagnostic medical physics and a strong knowledge of all diagnostic medical physics branches