Location: New York, New York
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We have an exciting opportunity for a Diagnostic Imaging QA Physicist.
This role is part of the Diagnostic Imaging QA group within the Department of Medical Physics. You will primarily support the service at our main campus in Manhattan.
- Our teams are composed of staff and faculty physicists, and technologists.
- MSK has a large, innovative program in all aspects of radiation imaging physics. We seek to improve the clinical effectiveness of diagnostic imaging in partnership with radiologists and other medical professionals.
- Our enterprise-wide resources include about 300 units of CTs, X-Ray units, Fluoroscopic units, Ultrasounds, Mammography units and Diagnostic monitors.
- Support Radiographic units, Fluoroscopic units and CTs performing regular QA on these units at Main Campus.
- Coordinate and develop QA/QC programs
- Opportunity to become involved in other aspects of Diagnostic Medical physics and clinical research.
- Work on clinical development or projects as needed
- Preparing documents for City, State, ACR, and JC inspections.
- Master's degree in medical physics or related physical sciences
- 1-3 years of relevant experience in diagnostic clinical physics
- ABR (or equivalent) board certification or eligibility; must have at least passed ABR Part 1 at the time of this job application.
- Possess or eligible for New York State Diagnostic Physics License.
- Possess New York State Diagnostic Physics Permit.
- Residency program graduating candidates taking ABR part II exam this year will be considered.
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Pay Range: $107,400.00-$171,800.00
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