An exciting opportunity exists for a board certified or board eligible (part 2) Medical Physicist to serve in a wonderful area with a low cost of living and proximity to mid to large metropolitan areas.
Qualified candidate should be able to work independently, but will have the resource of an entire team of professionals ready to offer assistance and direction.
The highly progressive hospital-based center is equipped with state of the art technology and a healthy HDR program.
Communication will be key, and physics involvement should enhance the attitude of the department. This clinical partner values patient care and employee relations, and this perspective is reflected by an incredibly balanced work/family environment.
A mild four-season climate exists, and the cost of living is very moderate. Very high-quality schools and universities are present and leisure activities are abundant.
Please provide your CV, cover letter, and references.
Job Type: Full-time
Medical Physics: 3 years (minimum)
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
About Hannleb Physics
HannLeb Physics finds solutions to meet the medical physics and or dosimetric needs of each of our clients on an individual basis. Whether engaging in a long-term relationship, providing interim coverage in a time of transition, or aiding in the implementation of newly launched clinical programs HannLeb Physics will provide reliability, ingenuity, and industry leading service.
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