Medical Physics: Diagnostic Imaging, Medical Physics: Nuclear Medicine, Medical Physics: Radiological Physics - General
Phoenix Technology Corporation has an opening for an experienced Diagnostic Medical Physicist. The ideal candidate should be Certified by the American Board of Radiology or on the path to certification. Experience on all modalities is preferred.
This position is best suited to an individual who works well independently and is looking for a position with strong growth potential in an expanding company. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential as well as client relations skills. 50% - 75% travel is required. May be relocated in Metro Atlanta, South Georgia or Florida.
Phoenix Technology Corporation is a privately owned, continuously expanding firm located in Woodstock, GA, a northern suburb of Atlanta. PTC has been the leader in the Southeastern medical physics community for over 35 years providing more comprehensive and innovative radiological services. Our dedication to the industry has provided a unique opportunity to partner with Emory University to develop the next generation of physicists.
We offer an enhanced benefit package, some of which includes 401K matching and profit sharing, competitive salary and multiple health plan options. For an overview of our company, please visit our website at www.ptcphysics.com.
Phoenix Technology Corporation is a privately owned firm located in Woodstock, a northern suburb of Atlanta. PTC has been serving the needs of the Southeastern medical community for over 35 years and provides a broad range of radiological services. We offer a competitive salary along with comprehensive benefits packages. For an overview of our company, please visit our website at www.ptcphysics.com.
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