Supervisor, Radiation Therapy


Northeast Cancer Centre (NECC)


Coordinate and evaluate the patient care and staffing activities, and delivery process of the Radiation
Treatment/Therapy department of the NECC. Ensure high quality, safe, and efficient Radiation Treatment
and planning is executed by Radiation Therapists.

1. Oversee the delivery of optimal patient care in a safe, patient-focused environment.
2. Prepare, monitor, and administer departmental budgets, including budget variance analysis and
establishing resources required within allocated funding.
3. Provide clinical direction in the implementation of processes for all new and existing technology,
software, and equipment, to maintain high technical standards of service delivery.
4. Initiate, evaluate, and make decisions regarding equipment resources.
5. Create, monitor, and approve patient and staff scheduling.
6. Plan and organize the daily workload, and prepare workload reports.
7. Work collaboratively with responsible stakeholders to ensure compliance with regulations
governing Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR), professional practice issues, and other
regulatory bodies.
8. Ensure the development and implementation of operational policies and procedures, and advise
and assist staff in these matters.
9. Manage human resources which include: recruitment, selection and training.
10. Guide, motivate, monitor and supervise staff, develop standards of performance, evaluate
performance and make recommendations on disciplinary action if required.
11. Oversee the work of others in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA),
its regulations, and HSN policies.
12. Evaluate patient care and satisfaction on an ongoing basis and formulate solutions for
13. Determine and align improvement projects with HSN’s Strategic Plan; monitor and adjust to
achieve goal outcomes.
14. Participate in the accreditation process and work to ensure that the program and HSN achieve,
maintain and continually improve upon their accredited status.
15. Teach, coach and lead staff in the development and monitoring of quality indicators and
improvement initiatives.
16. Engage in and foster professional development of all staff and provide opportunities for learning
within budgeted resources.
17. Ensure a safe environment for patients, staff and visitors; investigate report, debrief and take or
direct corrective action as required on incidents.
18. Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders/organizations/community groups to achieve
program objectives, integrate and link services and foster partnerships across the continuum of
service delivery.
19. Participate in education and training specific to current, relevant federal and provincial health and
safety legislation, standards and guidelines.
20. Represent the department or program on various committees and in meetings as required.
21. Perform other duties as required.


1. Minimum of a three (3) year Diploma in a Medical Radiation Technology field, from an accredited
2. Current Certificate of Registration with the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario
3. Ministry of Labour “Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps” training certificate is
1. Minimum of three (3) years’ technical experience working in a Radiation Treatment/Therapy
department, preferably in an Oncology setting, within a health care environment.
2. Minimum of two (2) years’ working in a leadership/supervisory role, preferably in a health care
1. Demonstrated understanding of Ontario Health, Cancer Care Ontario’s (OH-CCO) standards and
2. Demonstrated ability to provide a customer-focused approach to service delivery.
3. Demonstrated ability to analyze research and implement evidence-based practice into policy and
procedure development and clinical practice.
4. Proven ability to develop, monitor, administer and report on budgets.
5. Demonstrated ability to coach, advise and teach others using the principles of adult learning.
6. Demonstrated training, experience or utilization of lean methodology for process improvement.
7. Demonstrated ability to independently identify issues, plan improvements, measure success and
continue improvement.
8. Knowledge of relevant legislation and principles of management, hospital committee structure,
conflict management and resolution, system needs analysis and organizational assessment.
9. Ability to use tact and discretion in dealing with health care providers and employees.
10. Demonstrated excellent computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office software, e.g. Word,
Excel, Power Point and Outlook and patient information systems.
11. Demonstrated superior interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
12. Demonstrated commitment to the safety of co-workers and patients.

1. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development.
2. Demonstrated professionalism in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues.
3. Demonstrated positive work record and good attendance record.
4. Ability to meet the physical and sensory demands of the job.
5. Ability to travel between local sites.
1. Bilingualism is an asset.

Type of Job

Temporary Full-Time (May 2022 to October 2023)




HSN thanks all applicants.
Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
The Selection Committee will begin to review candidates on April 21, 2022.
We will not accept applications after the closing date and time.

Note: Applications for this position must be submitted to the Human Resources Department before 1600
hours on April 27, 2022 .


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