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Beaumont Health System Dir, Clinical Physics C in Royal Oak, Michigan

div uGENERAL SUMMARY:/uThe Director Clinical Physics works within the Department of Radiation Oncology and reports to the Chief of Physics and works under the guidance of the Chairman, Director and Clinical Directors of Radiation Oncology. Their role is to serve as a system physics clinical administrator for Royal Oak, Troy and Dearborn and oversee the technical clinical operations of Radiation Oncology. Reports to the chief of physics.uAREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:/uServes as the technical director for clinical operations including physics, dosimetry and therapy in Radiation Oncology.uESSENTIAL DUTIES:/u1. Management and supervision of routine clinical activities in clinical physics, dosimetry and therapy.a. Routine clinical operation and coverage assignments of physics staff.b. Review of the clinical quality management program, QA policies and procedures.c. Participate in interviewing and hiring of physicists, dosimetrists and radiation therapists.d. Works with new hires for onboarding and training processes.2. Works closely with Medical Physicist Leads, Chief Dosimetrist and Chief Therapist to develop new policiesrocedures for broader department as well as on a local level.3. Responsible for implementing new policiesrocedures on a system level.4. Focused on oversight of physics projects which will promote growth and ensuring clinical sites have resources needed.5. Interfaces with other hospital departments to maintain proper integration of Radiation Oncology within the broader health system workflow (e.g. Clinical Trials, Information Technology, Radiation Safety).6. Responsible for the radiation safety of patients, staff, and visitors within the system.a. Oversight of the radiation safety program (shared with the institution Radiation Safety Officer) including assurance compliance with regulatory agencies such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, The Joint Commission on Accreditation Of Health Care Organizations and appropriate e state and local agencies.b. Oversight of personnel radiation monitoring program.c. Participation in the Radiation Safety Committee and departmental Quality Assurance Committee.7. Coordinates with Physician Chairman and other leadership to ensure the safe and accurate administration of radiation therapy.8. Participate in review and recommendation of new equipment purchases, service contracts and service expansion.uSTANDARD QUALIFICATIONS/uTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.A. Education / Training:ulliMaster's degree or PhD degree in a related field required./li/ulB. Work Experience:ulli8 years of clinical experience as a Medical Physicist in a cancer treatment setting required./li/ulC. Certification, Licensure, Registration:ulliMust be certified as a Therapeutic Medical Physicist (MP) by The American Board of Radiology (ABR) or by The American Board of Medical Physics (ABMP)./li/ul div /div /divBR/Beaumont Health is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,

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