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MSK Bergen , scheduled to open in mid-2018, will be a freestanding outpatient facility, located in Montvale, New Jersey which provides comprehensive care through multidisciplinary care teams solely focused on cancer.
We are seeking a currently seeking a Chief Therapist for our new regional site.
Direct the department's therapy services, overall operations, administration, personnel, operating budget, and administrative functions.
Be responsible for the operational performance of the site's therapy services.
Provide leadership and collaborate for the expansion and growth with the Department Chair, Department Administrator and Regional Administration.
Develop, monitor and maintain a flexible staffing model and resource sharing opportunities across the New Jersey sites.
Advance the quality of sectional practice to promote an environment of safety and regulatory compliance.
Formulate and institute improvement pathways in the clinical environment as they pertain to sectional operations.
Assess and evaluate staff against the established standards.
Ensure standards of practice and practice guidelines for therapy services in all treatment environments across all sectors of the department.
Develop and maintain clinical competencies for the radiation therapy staff in all clinical sites.
Oversee and monitor continuing education requirements for maintenance of radiation therapist certification and licensure.
Provide leadership in the development of orientation and competency assessment of new and rotating clinical staff.
Bachelor's degree is preferred; Associates degree or comparable accredited program requiring focused technical and clinical education beyond high school is required.
Minimum of three years of clinical supervisory experience with demonstrated leadership skills.
ARRT registration and certification on Radiation Therapy.
New Jersey Department of Health Certification as a medical radiologic technologist.
Excellent leadership and management skills.
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