Piedmont Cartersville Medical Center - Cartersville, Georgia
JOB PURPOSE: Radiation safety, quality control, and quality assurance of the physics section in Radiation Oncology and other areas assigned. Radiotherapy treatment planning in Radiation Oncology, Gamma Knife and other areas.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: Masters of Science in Medical Physics, or related discipline.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Three years of clinical experience in a radiation therapy department or completion of a CAMPEP approved residency program.
MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW: Ability to be listed as an authorized medical physicist on a radioactive material license in the State of Georgia. Has completed Part I of the certification exam by the American Board of Radiology in Radiation Therapy Physics and actively pursuing ABR certification when eligible.
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: N/A.
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