Bachelors Degree in Radiation Therapy or Radiologic Science.
Graduate of CAHEA approved Radiation Training Program.
Minimum of 8 years of clinical experience.
At least three years of management/supervisory experience in an outpatient oncology setting.
Demonstrated management and leadership experience.
Proven critical analytical skills, demonstrated evidence of superior written, verbal and technology skills; excellent collaborative and customer service oriented skills; ability to make sound decisions and creatively and promptly problem solve.
Demonstrated ability to affect change within groups.
Excellent data and technology skills.
Strong communication skills.
Ability to interact in a positive, productive manner with providers, administrators and leadership (demonstrating sensitivity, tact, and professionalism).
Ability to deal effectively with difficult situations.
Ability to analyze information and construct an action plan to resolve issues.
Ability to collaborate effectively and work both independently and in a team environment.
Effective organizational abilities, oral and written communication skills, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to operate and communicate effectively while meeting multiple deadlines and completing projects simultaneously.
Advanced proficiency with electronic systems and software.
CQI experience, conflict resolution skills, ability to work with patients with acute, chronic, and complex disease processes.
Possesses a strong knowledge of immobilization, simulation, and all aspects of treatment delivery.
Possesses high levels of motivation and work ethic; team oriented, organized and detail oriented, exhibits good follow-through on tasks, above average communication skills and ability to relate effectively to the public and health care professionals.
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.
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