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Radiation Therapist 2, Miami Cancer Institute, FT, Shift Varies

Job: Rad Tech
Facility: Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health,
Primary Location: Miami
Job Schedule: Full-time
Job ID: 80466

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Under the general direction of the Chief Therapist, the
Radiation Therapist II contributes to the organizational plan
of the Radiation Oncology Unit, to the quality of patient care
and supports the institutional philosophy. The Radiation
Therapist II is technically competent and acts as a team
leader to the Radiation Therapist I and interacts with all
other areas of the department. The Radiation Therapist II
applies ionizing radiation to the patients as instructed and
prescribed by the physician in accordance with departmental
standards, state guidelines, and Baptist Health System’s
policy and procedure. As designated acts as a senior
resource and is able to coordinate technical activities under
emergency or unusual situations in the absence of the Chief
Therapist.Degrees: Associates Licenses & Certifications: Basic
Life Support Certification required; ARRT Registered
Technologist – Radiation Therapy required. Additional
Qualifications: Associate of Science in Radiation Therapy
or Associate in Radiologic Science with Radiation Therapy
Certification and after 1/2015 an Associate degree
with Radiation Therapy Certification. Possess a basic
understanding of Radiation Oncology technical and
theoretical components. Minimum Required Experience: 3
Years; Proton therapy strongly preferred.

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