The Department of Radiation Oncology is looking for a Radiation Therapist on a contingent basis. This individual would administer doses of radiation as prescribed by the radiation oncologist for the treatment of disease, utilizing ionizing radiation producing equipment.
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The essential characteristic duties and responsibilities include:
- Administer megavoltage x-ray and electron beam treatments.
- Provide education and instructions to patients and families regarding treatment procedures, skin marks, diet, self-care.
- Maintain equipment in clean and proper working order.
- Perform quality assurance procedures on all equipment.
- Maintain appropriate and accurate records of patient care.
- Assure the safety of patients and staff while in radiation areas.
- Communicate patient information to Radiation Oncologist, Nurse, Dosimetrist and other appropriate personnel.
- Perform weekly imaging and x-ray port films or cone beams.
- Report any treatment deviations, variances or near misses.
- Provide clinical training to radiation therapy students and visitors.
- Operate a CT simulator to assist in basic responsibilities.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Is able to perform duties in a team atmosphere
This position requires moderate standing/walking, as well as lifting, positioning, pushing, and/or transferring of patients
- Currently enrolled in an accredited program in Radiation Therapy Technology.
- Registration or registry-eligible in radiation therapy by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists is necessary.
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