Certified Medical Dosimetrist (Physics III) - Radiation Oncology, Full Time, Days

Imaging and Radiology
0046072 Requisition #
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Required:  Certified Medical Dosimetrist through the American Association of Medical Dosimetrists OR Board Certified in Therapeutic Radiology by the American Board of Radiology or American College of Medical Physics.  Bachelor’s Degree in science, mathematics or radiation therapy, or RTT certification OR Master's or PhD Degree in Medical Physics or equivalent.  Demonstrated clinical and technical competence in dosimetry.  Must be able to work effectively with all staff.  Excellent problem solving and organizational skills. 
Desired:  IEMA Licensure in Radiation Therapy.  ARRT Certification.

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