The Department of Radiological Sciences at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) is looking for a diagnostic medical physicist to join our faculty of 5 board-certified physicists. Responsibilities include clinical diagnostic services, teaching and research. Roughly two-thirds of the time will be spent with clinical responsibilities within our organization that covers all imaging modalities - radiography, fluoroscopy, CT, mammography, nuclear medicine, US and MRI. Clinical responsibilities include routine testing, acceptance testing, shielding design and verification, participation in planning and equipment selection, along with providing on-site radiation safety guidance.
The Department of Radiological Sciences offers a CAMPEP-accredited Graduate Medical Physics Program as well as an Imaging Physics Residency. Teaching courses in the medical physics curriculum, guiding student research and training Diagnostic Physics Residents is required of all medical physics faculty. In addition, the faculty participates in Radiology Resident teaching. Research leading to grants and publications is also expected of the Medical Physics Faculty. The University of Oklahoma is an EE/AA institution http://www.ou.edu/eoo/. Women, Individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate should possess strong technical and communication skills along with experience in clinical diagnostic physics, research and teaching. Candidates for this position must have Ph.D. in medical physics or a related field. ABR/ABMP certification in Diagnostic Physics and MQSA qualifications are required. Research publications in medical physics, teaching experience, teamwork and enthusiasm are important. Experience in nuclear medicine is a plus. This job requires working with physicians, residents as well as graduate students in medical physics. We are located in dynamic Oklahoma City and OUHSC working with OU Medicine will be offering Proton Therapy in our new Cancer Center. Salary and appointment are commensurate with the successful candidate’s qualifications. Please submit a cover letter, your CV along with a statement of your goals and objectives.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary and appointment are commensurate with the successful candidate’s qualifications.
Internal Number: MP20180627
About University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is located in Oklahoma City and is composed of seven health-related colleges. Each of the colleges contributes its specialized knowledge and expertise to the growing health sciences hub in central Oklahoma. Our affiliated health partners include a level one trauma center, a children’s hospital, two local hospitals, a VA medical center, OU Physicians, the largest physician group in Oklahoma, and many other institutions providing modern, cutting edge care for the people of Oklahoma and surrounding areas.
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