Medical Physicist Job Description Sample
Medical Physicist MS - Cert - Radiation Oncology - Soin Medical Center
With nearly 12,000 employees and 2,100 physicians, Kettering Health Network is committed to transforming the healthcare experience with world class health services for every stage of life. Performs all aspects of clinical medical physics support in Radiation Oncology/Gamma Knife. Under the direction of the Medical Director and the department Radiation Oncologists works as a member of the Radiation Oncology team.
Is responsible for acquisition, installation, calibration, and acceptance of radiation treatment equipment. Is responsible for documentation of quality measures, as defined by the State of Ohio. The Medical Physicist is responsible for his/her own professional development and practices within the scope of care defined by law.
Utilizing organizational resources the Medical Physicist acts as a patient advocate for safe care, including participation in performance improvement activities. His/her responsibilities in Radiation Oncology reflect the mission, vision, values, and philosophies of the organization and the department.
Must possess a Master's degree in Medical Physics or in Physics with a Medical Physics emphasis.
Must have a minimum of two years recent clinical medical physics experience in Radiation Oncology.
Must obtain BSL certification. PM 17
Board certification preferred.
Experience in SBRT preferred. Requisition Number: 2018-9917 Shift:
First Shift Shift Time: Days External Company URL: http://www.ketteringhealth.org/
Seeking an experienced Medical Physicist Radiation Oncology. The company requires good employment history and 1-2 years of recent experience working as a Medical Physicist Radiation Oncology in a acute care setting. Excellent compensation.
This job is a full time permanent position. Must be a US citizen, permanent resident or green card holder. No sponsorship will be provided.
The C.R. Wood Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital is looking for a staff medical physicist to join a team of two other medical physicists and one dosimetrist.
The duties involve day to day clinical services pertaining to the Radiation Oncology Department. The medical physicist works independently to provide medical physics support for the Radiation Oncology Department. In addition, provides medical physics support to Medical Imaging and other departments that utilize radiation producing equipment or radioactive material.
Lastly, provides assistance to the Medical Physicist Manager in the administration of the hospital’s radiation safety program. * M.S. Radiological Sciences/Medical Physics.
Minimum of three years of Medical Physicist experience.
Board certification or Board eligile in Therapeutic Radiological Physics by the American Board of Radiology.
Professional License in Therapeutic Radiological Physics by the New York State Education Department.
Job:Allied Health - Medical Physics and Radiation Therapy
MEDICAL PHYSICISTRequisition # 71769Position BasicsType of PositionTENURE-TRACK/CLINICALAdvertising Ends on:Extended Until Position is FilledAdvertising Started on:Tuesday, October 17th, 2017College:Carver College of MedicineDepartment:RadiologySalarySalary:CommensuratePosition DetailsFull/Part Time Status:NegotiablePosition Description:The Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine invite applications for a 100% Medical Physicist in the Department of Radiology, to provide teaching, research and clinical service support to the Nuclear Medicine division.
The successful candidate may be appointed on either the clinical or tenure track, open rank. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. from a Medical Physics program or will have comparable experience and training. The candidate should be certified or be eligible for certification in Medical Nuclear Physics from the American Board of Radiology or the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine.Teaching responsibilities will include didactic lectures for technologists, residents and graduate students as well as mentoring Masters and Ph.D. students.
Research responsibilities include (but are not limited to) providing internal dosimetry calculations for radionuclide therapy protocols, support for new theranostic research initiatives and independent funded research. Clinical support services include managing the quality control of nuclear medicine instrumentation, interacting with the institution radiation safety officer, providing technical support for clinical procedures and the purchase of new instrumentation, and estimating the radiation dose to patients from clinical procedures
The Radiology Department includes thirty-seven staff physicians, fourteen fellows, fifteen Ph.D. researchers, and thirty-six residents. The Department operates five clinical MDCT scanners including two dual source state-of-the-art CT scanners capable of advanced hardware artifact reduction techniques, bone marrow edema imaging, and crystalline arthropathy diagnosis. There are six clinical MR scanners including a 3T. Construction is underway for a PET/MR. The University of Iowa is the only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the state and has a large number of very active clinical programs and research programs in orthopedic oncology. The Department has a strong research record in imaging, and the Department is responsible for the multidisciplinary Iowa Institute for Biomedical Imaging.The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC) is a beautiful, state-of-the-art 900 bed tertiary care center. UIHC is HIMSS level 7 certified in both inpatient and outpatient care as well as a 2014 HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award Recipient. Iowa City, Iowa, is a beautiful community. Iowa City is the only recognized UNESCO City of Literature in North America. It is home to the state of the art Hancher Auditorium, which opened in 2016. Enjoy all of the cultural offerings of a major university community, the excitement of "Hawkeye" athletics, low crime, an outstanding multicultural public-school system, and excellent housing opportunities. Come and work with some of America's best physicians in our nationally top-ranked programs.The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.To apply for this position, please visit http://jobs.uiowa.edu, requisition 71769. The selected candidate will submit to a criminal background check.Education Requirement:Ph.D. from a Medical Physics program or will have comparable experience and training.Certifications:Board certified or be eligible for certification in Medical
Medical Physicist Send This Job to a Friend Category Allied Health Facility FirstHealth Moore Regional HospitalPinehurst, NC Department Radiation Oncology Shift Day Shift Hours 7:00a-6:00p Job Details Master's DegreeWill be responsible for implementing an accurate physical model for routine clinical dose calculation. Will measure, analyze and implement beam data for clinical use.
Will ensure beam data's accuracy and verify consistent and accurate implementation for dose calculation system. Will assist with the implementation of new equipment and participate in QA activities. Must be able to operate in a fast-paced, technical hospital environment.MS or Ph.D. in Medical physics required.
Five (5)years of experience in clinical radiotherapy physics required.Experience with Varian, Mosaiq, and Pinnacle treatment suite required. Training on BrainLab ExacTrac, iPlan and Varian Brachyvision are also preferred. The ability to plan, treat, and QA IMRT, VMAT, HDR, SRS and SBRT patients is a must. Must have clinical physics expertise as well as being able to thrive in a fast paced environment.Certification by the ABR, ABMP or CCPM required.
Department: AA105_17110 Radiation Oncology - Ch (inactive)
Expected Weekly Hours: 40
Shift: Day Shift
Job Description Details:
The St Joseph Mercy Health System is seeking a full time radiation oncology medical physicist to join it's team of six (6) board certified medical physicists and six (6) dosimetrists which provide coverage for five (5) facilities across the greater Ann Arbor area, with primary coverage for this position being at our Chelsea, MI location. We are an integrated system using ARIA, Eclipse, Varian accelerators and we have an active Cyberknife and HDR program at our Ann Arbor campus.
Our Chelsea facility has a new Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator and Siemens Somatom Open AS simulator. We also support the education of radiation therapy students at all of our locations.
Education, Licensure, and Experience: Requires a Master's or PhD degree in Medical Physics and board certification by the American Board of Radiology or American Board of Medical Physics with one year of experience. At least five years' of work experience in a progressive radiation oncology facility is preferred Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states.
Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions. Trinity Health's dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
Trinity Health offers rewarding careers in a community environment with all the advantages of working at one of the nation's largest health systems. We provide high-quality, people-centered care in 22 states through our network of hospitals, facilities, community-based services, and continuing care locations - including home care, hospice, Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and senior living facilities. If you are looking for a rewarding clinical or administrative position, you'll find exceptional career possibilities, opportunities for advancement and a job with meaning at Trinity Health.
Trinity Health employs more than 131,000 colleagues across 22 states. We honor and embrace a diverse representation of people, ideas and backgrounds. Our dedication to diversity is evident in our commitment to training, education, recruitment, retention and development, as well as community partnerships and supplier diversity.
Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences and health practices of the communities we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive outcomes. We recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world, and that our differences not only serve to unite us, but also lead to innovative solutions.
Diagnostic Medical Physicist
Full Time – Eligible for Benefits Shift: Day Hours: 8a-5p Category: Allied Health Location:
Reno, NV Position Purpose: This position is accountable for oversight of Diagnostic Imaging services provided in the Renown Health System, quality assurance in the department, equipment evaluations and recommendations, quality control and calibration of the imaging equipment. The position assures that the Accreditation requirements of the American College of Radiology and other accrediting bodies are continuously met.
The incumbent ensures radiation safety for all personnel, patients and general public through administration of an effective monitoring program. This position will serve as the health network Radiation Safety Officer. Nature and Scope:
Diagnostic Medical Physicist will directly work with medical staff, nursing staff and other managers in the hospital to assure that the hospital system functions and specific radiation safety matters are consistent with established goals and objectives. Incumbent will have a working matrix relationship with Director of Physics and will take direction as needed. Primary responsibilities will include comprehensive quality assurance, calibration, acceptance testing and commissioning of all imaging equipment, maintenance of quality management program, maintenance of all instrumentation, determination of doses from radiobiological procedures, establishment and maintenance of a Radiation Safety Program including the fulfillment of the role of Radiation Safety Officer, supervision of the preparation, handling, and disposal of radionuclides, performs wipe tests for all radioactive sources, supervises sealed and unsealed radioisotope preparation, handling, and inventory, determination of shielding requirements for new or renovated equipment rooms, facilitation of compliance with all regulating and certifying agencies, optimization of clinical imaging procedures, and other duties as required.
Some travel is required at various Renown Health entities. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES 1. The Diagnostic Medical Physicist is charged with the responsibility of assuring that the assigned physics activities meet the needs of the patients and medical staff while operating at the highest professional standard. 2.
Thorough knowledge of the principles and techniques of medical imaging, Medical Physics and Radiation Safety. 3. Ability to apply the concepts of all of the above to the diagnostic imaging process and to communicate these concepts to the diagnostic radiologists and technical staff for implementation. 4. Mathematical and computer skills for imaging science including data management and picture archiving systems. 5.
Interpersonal Communication, Organizational, Teaching, and Advanced Computer skills. 6. An in depth knowledge of local, state and federal laws and regulations related to physics and imaging services. 7. Skills to ensure the quality of radiation delivery by planning, implementing and directing a quality control program. 8.
Ability to communicate effectively at all levels and be well organized to smoothly accomplish tasks and responsibilities. 9. Works closely with the Medical Staff and hospital administration to assure that the administration functions and specific radiation safety matters are consistent with Health System goals and objectives. 10. Assures patient care delivery systems, which take into account the consideration for patient need, community need, knowledge and skills of clinical, diagnostic and therapeutic staff while assessing available resources and establishing appropriate clinical outcomes. 11.
Ability to work effectively with a broad range of personnel, including physicians, employees, clinical directors, administrative personnel and community officials. 12.
The ability to communicate clearly, concisely and accurately with people verbally and in writing. 13. A thorough knowledge of related legal, regulatory, ethical, managerial and organizational requirements, principles, and standards for physics activities through the Health System. 14.
Assumes responsibility for maintenance of Diagnostic Imaging records in accordance with hospital, government, and accrediting agency requirements and assures all inspection criteria are met. 15.
Is responsible for establishing and maintaining educational activities for all employees involving radiation safety, orientation in-service, and assist the Director of Physics in the planning and implementation of training programs for the medical staff and employees. This position does not provide direct patient care.
The foregoing description is not intended and should not be construed to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills and efforts or work conditions associated with the job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the general nature and level of the job.
Requirements – Required and/or Preferred Education: Must have working-level knowledge of the English language, including reading, writing and speaking English. Master’s in Medical Physics or related field required.
Must meet the qualifications in the State of Nevada to become a Radiation Safety Officer upon hire. Experience: Minimum 2 years’ experience as a staff level Diagnostic Medical Physicist is required. Previous experience as a Radiation Safety Officer preferred.
License(s): Authorized Medical Physicist and Radiation Safety Officer as defined by NRC and/or State agency is required upon hire. Certification(s): Must be certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) or an equivalent board in Diagnostic upon hire. Computer / Typing:
Must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Word and have the ability to use the computer to complete online learning requirements for job-specific competencies, access online forms and policies, complete online benefits enrollment, etc. EEO/M/F/Vet/Disabled Renown’s Values As the area’s only not-for-profit and locally-governed healthcare network, we pride ourselves on quality care for the community. In order to do that, we provide employees with an environment and culture that supports growth and empowers you to do their best every day.
Our employees share our commitment through our mission, vision and values. Our Mission: To make a genuine difference in the health and well-being of the people and the communities we serve.
Our Vision: With our partners, we will inspire better health in our communities. Our Values:
We are caring and compassionate. We demonstrate respect and integrity. We collaborate with our patients, families, physicians and communities.
We strive for excellence in all we do. Quality care for our patients requires the contributions of every person on the team. We can’t do it alone. We’re looking for employees with a winning spirit whose values are aligned with Renown Health.
Medical Physicist - Radiation Oncology
Medical Physicist - Radiation Oncology Humboldt County Entities Requisition # R269028 Medical Physicist for Radiation Oncology at St Joseph Hospital. Full-time, Exempt. Day shift.
FUNCTION: The Medical Physicist provides authoritative and supervisory medical physics, clinical guidance to physicians and technical staff in Radiation Oncology by reviewing each patient’s data and medical condition, weighing use of the available treatment modalities, developing recommendations for each individualized treatment modality and ensuring treatment delivery is consistent with sound medical judgment for all patients served—adolescent, adult and geriatric. Performance of related medical physics functions such as JCAHO and Title 17 compliance, shielding design, diagnostic x-ray surveys, and acceptable testing is also provided.
Under the general direction of the Chief Medical Physicist and in collaboration with the Radiation Oncologists, the Manager of Radiation Oncology, and with input from the numerous SJHS-HC department directors and medical directors where radiation sources are used, provides and coordinates comprehensive medical physics services to all radiation-using areas. Recommendations and analyses are generally of quality for acceptance without modification. Work receives minimal oversight and is periodically reviewed for priority, budget limitations and consistency with broad objectives and policies of Providence St Joseph Health & St Joseph Hospital Eureka, CA.
Must have a professional commitment to growth, be creative and innovative, and demonstrate competency in interpersonal communication, leadership ability, and problem solving skills. The position also involves two area responsibilities as part of the medical physicist umbrella. The Medical Physicist serves as the medical physicist responsible for technical oversight of all diagnostic and therapeutic radiation-producing or using devices and all radioactive materials, including clinical uses in Radiation Oncology and adherence to all regulatory requirements on an area basis.
The physicist is also responsible for performing treatment planning for Stereotactic and Brachytherapy Procedures. Additional treatment planning responsibilities for IMRT and 3D Conformal Planning are expected during periods of high patient census or when the dosimetrist is unavailable. While the role, responsibility and specific job functions of a medical physicist are vast, the guidelines specified by the AAPM, “Guide to Medical Physics Practice”, shall serve as the foundation to this position.
General responsibilities are defined under section 1.4 and in appendix A of this document. As a member of the Radiation Oncology Department Team, the Medical Physicist maintains an active role as a contributing member, participating in or coordinating special projects as approved by members of senior management.
Reads and interprets documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, regulatory documents, technical journals, and procedure manuals. Interprets a variety of instructions furnished in written, verbal, diagram, schematic, blueprint, or schedule form.
Performs computerized brachytherapy, SRS, SBRT, IMRT, and 3D conformal treatment planning.
Writes technical and routine reports and correspondence.
Speaks and writes effectively with patients and employees of the organization.
Performs higher mathematical and statistical functions compatible with a graduate degree in physics.
Solves practical problems and deals with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Education : Masters of Science degree required.
Experience: A minimum of three years of independent radiation therapy physics experience is desired. Requires extensive knowledge of the theoretical functioning and the manufacturer’s operating instructions of linear accelerators and brachytherapy equipment used for the treatment of patients’ cancers in order to verify their proper operation and function and provide authoritative advice on their use for patient treatment.
Requires extensive knowledge of the use of computerized water dosimetry systems to produce such data as needed for annual calibrations, spot checks, and verification of repair adequacy after adjustments have been made that could potentially affect either beam output and other dosimetry information. Desired experience in brachytherapy treatment planning and administration procedures, stereotactic treatment planning and administration, and IMRT & 3D treatment planning. Licensure/Certification: Successful completion of Part 1 of the America Board of Radiology Board Certification exam is required. Certification by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiologic Physics or by the American Board of Medical Physics in Therapy Physics is required within three years of employment.
Registration by the State of California as a physicist authorized to perform therapy calibrations, radiation protection surveys, and shielding calculations is desired. The Dr. Russel Pardo Radiation Oncology Center offers State-of-the-Art therapeutic Radiation Treatments to the community of the far northern coast of California utilizing two beam match Elekta Infinity Linear Accelerators commissioned in 2015 and an 18 channel Elekta micro
Selection digital HDR afterloader. Treatments are planned using Monaco TPS, MiM Maestro, Oncentra, and Variseed.
Treatments performed include SRS, SBRT, IMRT, HDR, and prostate seed implantation. The department currently consists of three physicians, one chief physicist, one dosimetrist, five radiation therapists, two nurses, two front office staff, one therapist assistant, and one department manager. National Geographic Traveler calls Humboldt County one of the world's top ten great places while the USDA declares this area to be "America's Most Scenic Rural County." It's also home for St.
Joseph Hospital, located in Eureka and serving the community since 1920. We're a full-service, state-of-the-art facility with 145 licensed beds including a 15-bed Acute Rehab Unit. To learn more about our facilities and all Humboldt County has to offer, please visit: www.stjosepheureka.org St.
Joseph Hospital provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, St.
Joseph Hospital complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Positions specified as "on call/per diem" refers to employment consisting of shifts scheduled on as "as needed basis" to fill in for staff vacancies.
*University of Maryland Baltimore, Department of Diagnostic Radiology is currently seeking a Medical Physicist.
*The Medical Physicist provides physics support for both pre-clinical and clinical environments of research involving studies using diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and MRI. This position will provide support for scientific, pulse sequence development, service, QA, and safety aspects of research studies in coordination with other personnel. Investigates equipment performance, organizes quality control in imaging systems, designs imaging, reconstruction, and post-processing techniques for various applications including MRI, MRS, and other advanced imaging techniques for diagnostic and intervention imaging purposes. UMB offers a generous benefits package that includes 22 vacation days, 14 floating and holidays, 15 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and retirement options; and tuition remission for employees and their dependents at any of the University System of Maryland schools. *Essential Functions:
Design and develop software for medical diagnostic and clinical instrumentation, equipment, and procedures, using the principles of engineering and bio-behavioral sciences.
Develop techniques to image various body structures, functions, and biological processes through computer simulation, and pulse sequence development. Adapt or design computer hardware or software for medical science use.
Diagnose and interpret imaging data, using signal processing techniques.
Evaluate the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of biomedical equipment and procedures.
Advise and assist in the application of instrumentation in clinical environments.
Write appropriate documentation describing protocols/standards for use of instrumentation that will include maintenance, calibration, and repair of specific sequences.
Assist Principal Investigator (PI) with research efforts, share research findings by writing scientific articles or by making presentations at scientific conferences. Prepare reports or recommendations, based upon research outcomes. Recommend appropriate instrumentation for use in research projects.
Assist undergraduate or graduate students or supervise their research when using research equipment.
Perform other related duties as assigned. *Education:
Master’s degree in biomedical engineering, physics, electrical engineering or discipline appropriate to position required.
- Five (5) years of related experience with at least three (3) years in specialization or directly related field.
Ph.D. degree in relevant field is preferred. *Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Possesses a knowledge of MR physics, pulse sequence development, medical, and scientific terminology and able to perform position in compliance with all requirements, regulations, and laws. Ability to maintain high standards with the work being performed and maintain awareness with trends and influences. Assumes personal responsibility for all outcomes; makes effective and timely decisions; and learns how to effectively use technology. Maintains productivity and uses knowledge strategies to increase knowledge base. Skill in the evaluation of all relevant diagnostic and scientific imaging equipment. Skill in software development and the use of relevant pulse sequence, software environment, and computer applications.
Ability to effectively communicate both verbal and written thoughts, ideas, and facts. Writes and presents information in a clear and concise way. Interprets and understands written information and is able to listen attentively to verbal and non-verbal cues that lead to a deeper understanding.
Ability to work cooperatively with others and demonstrates professional, ethical, respectful, and courteous behavior when interacting with others. Capable of interacting pleasantly and positively with other to meet customer expectations, and provide follow up with customers.
Ability to multitask and prioritize multiple projects and tasks. *Hiring Range:
Low $70K to low $100K - Commensurate with education and experience If accommodations are needed for a disability, please contact Staffing & Career Services at 410-706-2606, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm EST. Maryland Relay can be accessed by dialing 711 (in-state) or 1-800-735-2258. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Job:Reg or CII Exempt Staff
Organization:Medicine - Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Job Number: 180078 Department: Radiation Oncology Hours: 10 hrs. The Department of Radiation Oncology is seeking a
Board Certified Medical Physicist to join a team of three Physicists, four Dosimetrists, and five Radiation Oncologists. We are looking for candidates with experience and skills to handle all aspects of radiation oncology physics including daily clinical tasks, special procedures, physician consultation, and quality assurance.
Virginia Mason Medical Center and a satellite clinic (both ACR accredited) currently have three Varian LINACs and two GE wide-bore 4DCTs. A second satellite, with a new Truebeam, will start treating patients Feb 2018. The main campus has a busy brachytherapy program offering permanent prostate seed implant (VariSeed), Gyn HDR (Varian Gammamed), and breast IORT procedures (Xoft Axxent). Other systems/devices include Mosaiq, RayStation, Pinnacle, MIM, BrainLAB, Calypso, Varian RPM, Electron IORT (soft-docking), SDX (breath-hold), B&K Flex Focus ultrasound, MapCheck2, ArcCheck, ICProfiler, and an IBA dosimetry system.
Daily, Monthly, and Annual QA/calibration of LINAC, OBI, CT, and HDR. Chart checks and approval of plans, including 3D, IMRT, VMAT, SRS, and SBRT.
Operating Room duties include breast IORT and real-time planning for prostate seed implant. Additionally, the physicist will be responsible for treatment planning of HDR brachytherapy and SRS procedures. Occasional weekend duties such as QA, post-repair/upgrade validation, and machine commissioning may be required. The Physicist will be primarily stationed at the downtown Virginia Mason campus, while also assisting in covering the satellite sites (within 30 miles of downtown). The physicist will assist and consult with the Radiation Oncologists with regards to patient care and treatment delivery.
M.S or Ph.D. (Preferred) Degree from an approved institution
Minimum two years full-time clinical physics experience preferred
Board Certified in Therapeutic Radiologic Physics
Candidates who have passed Part II will be considered
Experience in beam data collection and TPS commissioning desirable
Authorized Medical Physicist in Washington state preferred
About Virginia Mason Virginia Mason, established in 1920 in Seattle, WA, is internationally recognized as a preeminent health care organization focused on delivering quality services to our patients. We have a 336-bed hospital in Seattle and multi-specialty medical group practice with more than 450 physicians.
With a network of primary, specialty, neighborhood clinics and regional medical centers; you will find our culture is the very definition of best practices and a model that is the benchmark for other medical organizations. Join us, and find out how many ways Virginia Mason offers you the chance to focus on what really matters—your patients.
Living in the Pacific Northwest Located in the Pacific NW, Seattle is an area with a mild climate year round and close to the great outdoors where we enjoy an abundance of activities with our close proximity to the waters of Puget Sound and surrounding mountains. City life and cultural activities are also thriving.
With a variety of neighborhoods and areas to work and live, there are many choices for the type of lifestyle you’d like to enjoy. What’s next? Please, apply online with Virginia Mason at https://jobs.virginiamason.org at https://jobs.virginiamason.org/ If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Collins-Russell at (206) 341-0149. Virginia Mason Medical Center is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Virginia Mason provides healthcare without regard to race, color, religion (creed), sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin (ancestry) or disability.
Disability Accommodation: To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Recruiting Offices at 866-422-2275 (voice) or 206-515-5891 (fax). Virginia Mason makes every effort to honor disability accommodation requests. Requests can be responded to most effectively if received as far in advance as possible.
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