At Community Medical Center, you will find a progressive health care organization offering a comprehensive array of wellness and medical services including world-class cancer, diabetes, emergency, and cardiac care. We are one of the area s most trusted providers of maternal and child health services, offering superior obstetric services, a Level 2 special care nursery, and a dedicated pediatric unit. We maintain award-winning centers of excellence for women, children and seniors. The centers offer support groups in addition to fitness and wellness programs, to enhance the overall health of every member of our community.
The candidate must be able to develop and implement the overall Quality Assurance Program for Radiation Oncology. To include, but not limited to radiation producing equipment, brachytherapy sources, as well as treatment planning and calibrations for the department equipment and in accordance to the surveys pursuant to NJ DEP requirements and acceptance testing. The Chief Physicist with assure compliance with all licensing and accreditation agencies. Responsible for the institutional licensing renewals and amendments when required. Participation in our safety program, Radiation Safety Committee, and Quality Assurance meetings. Oversight of our Physics staff including Staff Physicist and Dosimetrist. Assist with all departmental ACR accreditation preparations for all modalities as warranted.
Board Certified Medical Physicist for our Radiation Oncology Department.
The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in Medical Physics, Certification by the American Board of Radiology (ABR ) or American Board of Medical Physics ( ABMP )
The ideal candidate must meet the requirements of the NRC / NJ-DEP to be licensed as the Authorized Medical Physicist/HDR Physicist.
The candidate will have a minimum of 8 years’ experience in Radiation Oncology Physics.
Candidates must have proof of eligibility to work in the United States.