Medical Physicist / Oncology Radiation

Less than 5 years experience  •  Patient Care

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 10/25/17
Less than 5 years experience
Patient Care
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 10/25/17

The function of the medical physicist is to render assistance and guidance to the Radiation Oncologist(s), Dosimetrist(s), Radiation Therapists, and Department Manager in matters pertaining to the physics of Radiation Therapy. The physicist, under the direction of the Radiation Safety Committee, will share the responsibility for management of the radiation safety program within the Radiation Oncology department.

Education: Graduate with Ph.D. in Medical Physics or equivalent required; Graduate from a Medical Physics Residency program, if required for ABR Certification

License/Certification:  American Board of Radiology (ABR) Certification preferred or ABR Board Eligible and must receive certification within three years of hire date required. Eligible to obtain state licensure as required by individual states (i.e. Illinois IEMA). 

Work Experience: Minimum 3 years of radiation therapy physics experience preferred; Knowledgeable in HDR Policies and Procedures and capable of planning HDR treatments preferred; Knowledgeable in and capable of planning IMRT, SRS and SBRT treatments, including arcs, required


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