M.S. or Ph.D. in medical physics, physics, radiation biology, or a related discipline and training in clinical diagnostic medical physics.
The ideal candidate should have completed a residency traineeship or post-degree training. Certified in Diagnostic Medical Physics by the American Board of Radiology or equivalent board is required.
Certified in diagnostic medical physics by the American Board of Radiology or American Board of Medical Physics.
Thorough knowledge of the principles and techniques of medical imaging, medical physics and dosimetry. Ability to apply the concepts of all of the above to the diagnostic imaging process and to communicate these concepts to the diagnostic radiologists and technical staff for implementation. Mathematical and computer skills for imaging science including data management and picture archiving systems. A thorough knowledge of human anatomy as related to clinical diagnostic imaging. Ability to interpret and execute relevant in-house and national imaging protocols. Knowledge of radiation safety and the rules and regulations of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and State Department of Health. Knowledge of the department's imaging equipment and software programs for imaging and archiving. Knowledge of departmental/organizational policies and procedures. Interpersonal communication skills. Organizational skills. Teaching skills. Advanced computer skills.