Medical Physics: Radiation Oncology, Medical Physics: Radiation Oncology Dosimetry
Marsden Medical Physics Associates is currently seeking a therapy medical physicist to join our group. We have a full-time position open for one of our clients in the Wayne, NJ area. The physicist will be part of the facility physics team. Responsibilities will include treatment planning/dosimetry, IMRT QC, Monthly and annual machine QC, under the direction of the senior medical physicist. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential.
We provide very competitive salary and benefits. Including medical plan, dental plan, vision care, 401K with matching and bonus.
Experience with Eclipse Planning System and ARIA Record and verify preferred. Facility has both Elekta and Varian Linacs.
About Marsden Medical Physics Associates
Marsden Medical Physics Associates has been providing medical physics services for over 20 years in the NY- NJ metropolitan area. We are based out of northern NJ and are a full-service medical physics practice providing therapeutic, diagnostic, nuclear medicine and radiation safety medical physics and dosimetry services. Our mission is to provide high quality medical physics services for Hospitals, diagnostic imaging centers and cancer centers.
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