The Cowell Family Cancer Center of Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, Michigan has an opening for an experienced clinical Medical Physicist in the department of Radiation Oncology.
The successful candidate will join a staff comprised of 4 physicians, 4 physicists, and 4 dosimetrists to provide a full complement of treatment modalities including SRS-SBRT, VMAT, HDR, and LDR. The department has 3 TrueBeam accelerators, a separate Brachy Suite, CT-Sim, Eclipse treatment planning, Oncentra and Oncentra Prostate brachytherapy, Variseed, OSMS, and ARIA.
REQUIREMENTS: The candidate must meet the requirements of a qualified Medical Physicist (QMP) in Therapeutic Medical Physics as defined by the AAPM’s professional policy 1, support a skill set characterized by AAPM’s scope of practice, and adhere to the AAPM’s Code of Ethics, including: education of a M.S. or higher degree in Medical Physics, Physics, or Biophysics, minimum two years post graduate clinical experience. The ideal candidate will have board certification: Therapeutic Medical Physics by the American Board of Radiology or the American Board of Medical Physics, (ABR or ABMP).
As part of the nine-hospital Munson Healthcare system based in Traverse City, Mich., we serve 540,000 people in a spectacular, four-season recreational region. Traverse City is known as one of America’s top destinations for family vacations, fine arts, local craft beer and wine, farm-to-table food, fun festivals, sailing, golf, hiking, and miles of beautiful freshwater shoreline. For more information visit www.munsonhealthcare.org/mmcjobs#
About Munson Medical Center
Munson Medical Center, a 391 bed acture care regional referral center and Magnet Hospital located in Traverse City, Michigan. It serves patients from 24 counties, and is the largest hospital in northern Michigan. Munson has also been named a Top 100 Hospital 14 times.
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