The Division of Medical Physics, Baylor Scott and White Health, Department of Radiation Oncology, Temple, Texas, is seeking a dynamic and experienced Physicist to direct a system-wide network of medical physicists, research programs, quality assurance programs, and technologies that advance patient care in the field of Radiation Oncology. A doctoral degree in Physics, Medical Physics, Nuclear Engineering or other related physical science degree is required and certification (American Board of Radiology, the American Board of Medical Physics or Canadian Association of Physicists) is required as well. Candidates will be an integral part of the ongoing clinical developmental research activities in image guided brachytherapy, real-time dosimetry of external beam therapy using novel detectors technology, motion management, bio-informatics & outcomes research and LEAN leadership to name a few.
About the Position:
- Joining a team of 8 physicists, 7 dosimetrists, 4 physics residents, and 1 physics assistant
- Supporting operations in flagship facility in Temple and regional facilities in College Station, Killeen, Waco, Round Rock (coming summer 2017), Waxahachie, and Duncanville.
- Academic responsibilities will include an ACGME Rad Onc residency program and a CAMPEP accredited Rad Onc Physics residency program.
About the Technology:
- External beam (3-D conformal, IMRT, SRS, and SBRT), and brachytherapy (LDR and HDR)
- Division supports Six IGRT Varian linear accelerators (including a Novalis Tx and two Truebeam) in 5 Clinical sites
- Five dedicated GE CT-simulators and one Siemens CT Simulator
- ARIA information management system
About the Practice:
- The Department of Radiation Oncology has ten radiation oncologists with significant experience in a wide variety of specializations.
About the Employer:
- Baylor Scott and White Health in Temple is a teaching hospital in collaboration with Texas A&M Health Science Center. The Division supports an ACGME residency program for Radiation Oncology Pphysicians and a CAMPEP-accredited residency program for Radiation Oncology Physics. In August 2016, we had our First Dosimetry student graduate through our collaboration with Southern Illinois Carbondale Dosimetry school program.
For more info contact our recruiter: Tony Castillo – firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please search Job ID 17007010 at http://jobs.bswhealth.com