Under the leadership of the Chief Medical Physicist, the Sr. Clinical Physicist provides physics and other specialized skills to support the technical requirements of planning and treating radiation therapy patients in the department of radiation oncology; conducts research and teaches in education programs in the field of Radiation Oncology and Medical Physics; assists in managing the radiation safety program and assures that radioisotopes and radiation generating equipment are used and operated safely and effectively.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
The position requires expertise to perform/manage procedures independently within the Physics department; makes recommendations to Chief of Medical Physicist and Director of Medical Physics in the form of decision options; provides divisional information as requested by Department, School, Hospital, or other external entities as requested and appropriate.
Clinical duties include the provision of service in all aspects of the current physics practice in the department. These include conformal radiotherapy, IMRT, VMAT, IGRT based on kV CBCT and MV-CT, stereotactic radiosurgery/radiotherapy, motion management and brachytherapy. The external beam equipment in the department include 4 medical accelerators, one Tomotherapy unit, and one Cyberknife system. Philips Pinnacle is employed for planning treatment on the conventional accelerators. The imaging equipment include two multi-slice CT scanners, and a short bore MRI system. The brachytherapy program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital is one of the most comprehensive in the country, managing some of the most difficult cancers with advanced techniques such as gynecological, intra-operative and endorectal high-dose-rate brachytherapy. The candidate must have a proven track record of experience with external beam treatment techniques and practice expertise with advanced brachytherapy procedures.
Educational duties include the teaching and supervision of students, fellows, physics residents and medical residents in our training and research programs. The candidate is expected to participate in developmental projects to support the programmatic goals of the department.
Financial duties include managing the budget for this service ensuring that allocated funds are being spent appropriately. The candidate will be responsible for the management of supplies, space and maintenance of all technical aspects of this service.
Administrative duties include the provision of management and decision-making support to the leadership of the physics section. On a regular and continuous basis, the candidate exercises administrative judgment and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences, and results having an impact on people, costs, and/or quality of service within the functional area. The candidate assigned to the brachytherapy service will be responsible for the management of all physics, dosimetry and therapy staff in the service. The candidate oversees and maintain compliance of the web-based time and attendance system; and participates in the annual review process for staff.
Master's or Ph.D. in Medical Physics or in an equivalent field.
Five years of clinical experience in radiation oncology, including the completion of a CAMPER-accredited Medical Physics Residency program.
Certification in therapeutic radiation oncology physics by the ABR, ABMP orCCPM required.
Classified Title: Sr. Clinical Physicist Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MJ Starting Salary Range: $132,960-$182,800 Annually (Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Casual / On Call Schedule: M-F, 8:30a - 5:00p Exempt Status: Exempt Location: School of Medicine Campus Department name: SOM Rad Onc Physics Personnel area: School of Medicine
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