VCU Health System's Clinical Radiation Safety is seeking a full time Computed Tomography (CT) Radiation Safety Educator to coordinate, operate, develop and administer assigned functions of the clinical radiation safety program. Assists in the education, monitoring, evaluation and controlling radiological health and safety initiatives in clinical practice settings which requires specialized knowledge of Federal and Virginia state laws, regulations and radiation safety principles. Educates users of ionizing radiation producing equipment. Organizes, delivers and/or coordinates lecture presentations electronically, in person and/or lab-style demonstrations to faculty and staff. Performs student observations, evaluations and skill testing. Conducts inspections and makes recommendations. Recommends corrective action to assure compliance with health and safety codes and coordinate, operate, and administer radiation safety activities. Writes policies based on evidence based practices. Coordinates and administers the Lead Protective Equipment and Personnel Exposure Monitoring Programs.
Management of assigned radiation safety programs/processes/services.
Will supervise Administrative Assistant to the Director of Clinical Radiation Safety.
Will generally work day shift, but may require flexibility for special projects, training, or to meet organization and staff needs
Graduation from a JRC Accredited Program in Radiologic Technology
Masters Degree in Clinical Radiation or Adult Education*
*Will consider candidates without a Masters Degree who become actively enrolled in a Masters Degree Program. Incumbent must achieve formal acceptance in a program within one (1) year and complete the degree requirements within five (5) years of acceptance into the program to remain in the position.
Current ARRT Certification
Minimum of five (5) years of previous didactic/clinical teaching experience in a JRC Accredited Program
Minimum of five (5) years of clinical radiography and post-primary clinical experience in an academic medical center environment
Eight (8) years of didactic and/or clinical teaching experience in a JRCERT Program
Seven (7) years of clinical radiography experience in an academic medical center environment in a variety of modalities (Diagnostic, Fluoro, CT, etc.)
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran or disability status.