American College of Radiology
Dosimetrist – Clinical Research (Biotech)
The American College of Radiology (www.ACR.org) is a professional association serving nearly 40,000 members across the country. Consistent with the ACR's mission to advance the practice of radiology and improve the health outcomes of the populations we serve, the ACR's Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) has been a world leader in radiology clinical research for over 50 years. Over this period, the CRI has conducted clinical research trials and other research projects which have transformed the practice of radiology, informed the development of clinical practice standards, led to new device approvals, and changed healthcare policy.
The CRI serves as the core radiology resource for NCI multicenter clinical trials involving diagnostic or therapeutic radiology. And, through active research committees in neuroradiology, cardiology, oncology, and pediatrics, the CRI has developed and delivered a diverse range of research studies in partnerships with academia and with commercial sponsors. Research studies range from prospective clinical trials to retrospective reader studies, novel imaging methods and imaging software, validation of biomarkers, radiomic feature analysis, and AI algorithm development and validation.
Based on these strategic objectives, ACR is seeking a Dosimetrist to provide support to the ACR study initiatives across the College.
As a member of the ACR team you will:
Qualified candidates will possess the following:
If you would like to put your experience to great use in a professional team-oriented environment, please apply online. To learn more about ACR's rewarding employee experience, culture, and benefits, visit: https://www.acr.org/About-ACR/Work-With-Us
ACR offers a rewarding employee experience: innovative culture, professional growth potential, competitive compensation and an exceptional benefits package, including a defined contribution pension plan, 403(b); generous paid time off package; insurance plans with the leading providers; flexible spending; tuition reimbursement; training opportunities; and wellness reimbursement.
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