[ RadSafe ] RSO Position

Clements, Jessica B. JessicCl at BaylorHealth.edu
Fri May 8 15:16:03 CDT 2009

Baylor Health Care System is recruiting a Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) for the broad-scope radioactive materials (RAM) and x-ray licenses at Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) in Dallas, TX. The RSO will be responsible for x-ray and RAM licenses for BUMC, research labs using RAM on the BUMC campus, and some support work for nuclear medicine sites at system hospitals and clinics. There are also physics teaching opportunities with RT and NM technologist students at the Allied School of Health, radiology residents, and cardiology fellows. The RSO will be a member of the medical physics and radiation safety department at Baylor Health Care System.

Minimum requirements are a bachelor's degree in medical or health physics and at least one year of on the job experience as a RSO or significant experience working with a RSO. A master's degree in medical or health physics is preferred. A candidate with a physics degree would be considered in conjunction with at least one year of RSO experience or four years of experience working directly with a RSO.

Baylor University Medical Center is a nationally recognized faith based not-for-profit hospital that cares for more than 300,000 people each year. In 1903, the hospital opened with 25 beds; today it is a major patient care, teaching and research center for the Southwest. BUMC has 1002 licensed beds and serves as the flagship hospital of Baylor Health Care System. BUMC is located just east of downtown Dallas and is part of a growing hospital system, which includes many regional hospitals and clinics. The Dallas area metroplex is located in a warm climate with a multitude of cultural and recreational activities.

Interested applicants may contact Marcus Mexia, radiology recruiter, at 214-820-8266 or MarcusMe at baylorhealth.edu<mailto:MarcusMe at baylorhealth.edu>. Applicants may also apply online through the careers section of the Baylor Health website at:  http://www.baylorhealth.com/Careers/Career_Fields/Pages/Default.aspx (keyword search: RSO). Please note that the job description listed on the careers page is scheduled to be edited to reflect the information included in this posting.

Jessica Clements, M.S., DABR
Medical Physicist
Baylor University Medical Center
2625 Elm Street, Bush Annex Suite 116
Dallas, TX 75226
jessiccl at baylorhealth.edu<mailto:jessiccl at baylorhealth.edu>

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