NSW ROMP CPC Coordinator
Post date : 12 February 2020
Close date : 12 March 2020
Category : Job Advertisement
Vacancies : 1
Calvary Mater Newcastle NSW ROMP CPC Coordinator Radiation Oncology/Medical Physics Permanent Part-time position 14 hours per week
- Seeking a qualified radiation oncology medical physicist with a genuine enthusiasm for training
- Job sharing with the existing CPC, the position is responsible for providing support to the NSW public ROMP training programme
- Open to consider flexible working arrangements
About the role
Working collaboratively with the current CPC, the position will provide management, coordination and evaluation of ROMP training programme in NSW public radiation oncology training centres. The position will develop and maintain effective relationships and communications with NSW Ministry of Health, TEAP participants, Directors of Medical Physics and ACPSEM representatives. It will develop education and training infrastructure and ensure ROMP Registrars have access to training and supervision in all applications of radiotherapy and assist with the organisation of training in alternative sites where necessary. It will assist with and/or supervise training resource development and progressive assessment of ROMP Registrars and arrange group training meetings as required. In addition it will support and monitor Registrars through their examination process.
What you bring
- A passion for training
- Clinical ROMP experience
- A flexible work ethic and ability to travel
- Teamwork, diplomacy and high level communication skills
This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of a leading mission based health care organisation. We offer paid parental leave, salary packaging, career progression, flexible working hours and training and skills development. Calvary is also proud to be recognised as a leader in gender equality. Further details are available here: https://www.calvarycare.org.au/careers/benefits/
Calvary is a national Catholic provider of health, community and aged care services operating in six states and territories. Our services include public and private hospital care, acute and sub-acute care, home care services and retirement and aged care services, in both rural and metropolitan areas. Calvary employs over 11,000 people and has over 1,500 volunteers.
Calvary continues the mission of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, a mission focused on caring for those who are sick, dying and in need. We express our values of hospitality, healing, stewardship and respect through “being for others” exemplified by the Spirit of Calvary and the example of Venerable Mary Potter.
How to join the team
To join our diverse, compassionate and dedicated team for a rewarding Calvary career, please submit an online application.
Please note: attached to the job advertisement on the Calvary Careers portal are important documents relating to the role. Please ensure you view these documents before beginning your application. It is suggested that you download a copy of these for your reference.
Candidates must hold Australian or NZ Citizenship or the capacity to permanently work in Australia. Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing.
As part of the application process, you may be required to participate in a health evaluation, which could include face to face assessment and drug and alcohol testing, to ensure your suitability for the role.
Please note we are unable to accept emailed applications or resumes and phone calls from recruitment agencies.
- A post graduate degree in medical physics and a first degree in a physical science recognised by the Australian Education International-National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition.
- Certification in Radiation Oncology Medical Physics by the ACPSEM, IPEM/Clinical Scientist Registration (UK), American Board of Radiology (ABR), American Board of Medical Physics (ABMP), Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine (CCPM) allowing eligibility for listing on the ACPSEM register of qualified medical physics specialists in radiation oncology. Applicants who have successfully completed the written examination and are due to obtain certification within 12 months, may be considered.
- Significant clinical experience in all aspects of Radiation Oncology Medical Physics.
- Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills, including an ability to work towards a common goal as a member of a team and interact effectively with staff, management and external stakeholders.
- Demonstrated high level time management, organisational and administrative skills, including attention to detail, the ability to work proficiently in periods of high demand and ability to work unsupervised.
- Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and/or using tools for information management.
- Demonstrated commitment to own personal and professional development and quality improvement.
- Commitment to the Mission, Vision and Values of Calvary and the ability and desire to uphold these at all times.
- Thorough knowledge of the ACPSEM TEAP
- Experience developing clinical training programmes
- Experience with the supervision of students and/or medical physicists in training.
** For those interested and qualified candidates, please contact the contact person directly.
Calvary Mater Newcastle
Edith Street, Waratah NSW 2298
Contact Person : John Simpson
Contact Number : 02 4014 3607
Contact Email : John.Simpson@calvarymater.org.au
Company Website : https://calvarycareers.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=CdeNfTpWnXc=jbc=ere