Medical Radiation Physics, Inc. (MRP), based near Cincinnati, Ohio, has provided medical physics and dosimetry services to clients in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Virginia for 30 years. MRP also provides equipment commissioning and acceptance testing services throughout the country. The MRP team is comprised of 18 ABR/ABMP Board Certified Physicists, 1 Board Eligible Physicist, 4 Certified Medical Dosimetrists, and a professional support staff. MRP provides a competitive benefits package and is an equal opportunity employer.
MRP is searching for a Board Certified clinical physicist. A minimum of 5+ years of applied and varied clinical radiation therapy physics experience is preferred. The successful professionals will join our collegial team of physicists and dosimetrists.
The position is in the Chesapeake/Newport News, Virginia areas. The positions involve clinical radiation physics, including brachytherapy. The candidates will be expected to work with other physicists to cover multiple institutions in the same geographic region.
Minimum of Masters Degree in Medical Physics or Masters Degree in Physics or related field with Medical Physics training and/or experience is required.
Certification by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) or the American Board of Medical Physics in Therapeutic Radiological Physics is strongly preferred; however, consideration will be given to those who have completed part 2 of the ABR certification process.
Candidate must be an Authorized Medical Physicist for HDR.
Experience with Mosaiq R&V, Varian & Elekta accelerators, GammaMed afterloader, XiO and Monaco TPS are preferred.
Salary based on experience and generally in accordance with the AAPM Salary Survey.
For more details, please contact: Medical Radiation Physics, Inc 5632 Sugar Camp Road Milford, Ohio 45150 Phone: 513.965.9700 Fax: 513.965.9750 Email: email@example.com
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