Jaeger Corporation is seeking a clinical therapeutic radiation oncology physicist to join our consulting medical physics practice. We are currently hiring for a position in Lincoln, Nebraska. The successful candidate must have a minimum of a Master’s degree, and is board certified or board eligible.
Experience with some or all of the following equipment is desirable: Varian accelerators, Eclipse treatment planning system, Aria record and verify system, and Nucletron HDR brachytherapy. Experience with Tomotherapy is a plus. Physics QA equipment used is primarily Sun Nuclear QA equipment including the 3D cylindrical scanning system.
The successful candidate is expected to work as an integral part of the hospital oncology treatment team as well as communicating with the physics group as a whole. They will be supported directly by an additional physicist on site. Responsibilities include special procedures treatment planning, plan review, chart checks and TG-142 QA. In addition, continuous quality improvement, implementation of protocols, and commissioning of new equipment is expected with the support of the group. Excellent verbal, written, and computer skills are essential. Minimal travel to client sites may be required.
A competitive benefits and compensation plan will be commensurate with board certification, and clinical experience.
Jaeger Corporation has been providing therapeutic and diagnostic medical physics services to the midwest region since 1985. Our group of 14 physicists provide high quality therapy physics service to 14 hospitals and clinics in Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, and diagnostic services throughout the region.
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