**$15,000 Sign-On Bonus & Relocation Assistance Available
2 Positions Available
-State of the art equipment with a new Elekta Versa with VMAT commissioned in 2023
-New wide boar GE CT onsite
-New PET CT located at the hospital
-Radiation Oncologist with 30 years of experience
-Work with experienced therapists with a combined total of over 55 years of experience
-Onsite dosimetrist and physicist to provide support
-Welcoming staff eager to create a positive work environment and support a new therapist.
The Radiation Therapist is an ARRT Registered Therapist who is responsible for the administration of radiation therapy as prescribed by the Radiation Oncologist. The Therapist will have to interact with a variety of people including, but not limited to patients with cancer, physicians, nurses, patient's family, and co-workers. Therapist must possess good interpersonal communication skills. The disease of cancer may strike any age group necessitating that this position be involved in the care of all age groups from newborns through geriatrics.
-High School Diploma or GED
-Current Basic Life Support (BLS)
-Registered by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists as a Radiation Therapist
-Must have knowledge of department functions, how and why radiation therapy is used, and be able to explain this to nurses, physicians, Medical Center staff, and the public
-Prior experience in a Radiation Oncology Department is desirable but not required
8-hour shifts, Monday through Friday
Employees must be able to relate to other people beyond giving and receiving instructions: (a) can get along with co-workers or peers without exhibiting behavioral extremes, (b) perform work activities requiring negotiating, instructing, supervising, persuading, or speaking with others; and (c) respond appropriately to constructive feedback from a supervisor.
While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the requirements of the job, management reserves the right to add or remove duties from particular jobs when circumstances (e.g., emergencies, changes in workload, rush jobs or technological developments) dictate.
1. High School Diploma or GED
2. Current Basic Life Support (BLS)
3. Registered by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists as a Radiation Therapist
4. Must have knowledge of department functions, how and why radiation therapy is used, and be able to explain this to nurses, physicians, Medical Center staff, and the public
5. Continuing education as prescribed by JCAHO, and A.R.R.T.
1. Experience in a Radiation Oncology Department is desirable but not required