Lawrence Cancer Center is currently seeking a full-time Medical Physicist to join our team of 2 Medical Dosimetrists and 2 Radiation Oncologists. This full time position will provide physics coverage for the three radiation oncology clinics in the area equipped with Varian Linacs, Pinnacle treatment planning system and Mosaiq R&V system.
Successful candidate will be responsible for performing quality assurance tests of radiation therapy equipment, patient specific QA, supervision and review of dosimetric tasks, chart checks, review of planning procedures, and oversight of the patient planning and treatment delivery process. Assisting dosimetrists in planning as and when required. Perform acceptance testing and commissioning for new equipment, monitor and update policies and procedures, and verify appropriate radiation safety procedures and regulations are being followed.
Qualifications: Master in Medical Physics or equivalent. Ideal candidate will have completed a residency in medical physics and have 2-3 years experience as a Medical Physicist in healthcare environment. American Board of Radiology (ABR) is preferred but not required. Experience with Mosaiq R&V, Varian iX accelerators and Pinnacle are preferred.
Lawrence, Kansas provides an ideal location for individuals looking for a Midwest location. Home to the University of Kansas, Lawrence provides many activities and high quality of life. Located 30 miles from Kansas City, you will still be offered all of the big city options with the opportunity for a smaller city feel.
Additional Salary Information: This position will offer competitive salary and benefits based on experience and in accordance with AAPM. If interested, please contact Stephanie Swan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-749-3600.
About Lawrence Cancer Center
Lawrence Cancer Center (LCC) is the comprehensive radiation oncology center serving Lawrence and the surrounding Kansas area. LCC has three convenient locations allowing our patients to receive radiation therapy treatment. At LCC, we strive to combine advanced radiation therapy technology with an environment of hope and encouragement. For more information, please visit www.lawrencecancercenter.com.
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