CTSI Oncology Solutions (now a Varian Company) has exciting opportunities for two (2) enthusiastic Clinical Medical Physicists (one Senior level, one Junior level) to immediately join our team.
The successful candidates will be based full-time at the clinical site located in the vibrant metropolis of Dallas with its many cultural attractions and services. This first-class facility boasts two Varian TrueBeam linacs, MOSAIQ for R&V (moving to ARIA in 2020), Pinnacle for treatment planning (moving to Eclipse in 2020), and operates a robust SBRT/SRS program.
We are looking for experienced candidates who can lead projects and also be team players with a deep dedication to clinical service. The successful candidates will be able to draw upon the extensive resources and in-depth knowledge of other Medical Physicists in the wider CTSI organization. There will also be exciting opportunities to participate in special projects, such as commissioning and product development through our connections as a wholly owned but independent division of Varian Medical Systems. A generous compensation package will be offered to the successful candidates.
ABR board certified, or eligible for certification in Therapeutic Medical Physics.
Minimum of 5+ years of clinical experience (including residency).
Texas Medical Physicist licensing is highly desirable, or candidates must be ready to acquire one promptly.
Experience with SRS planning highly desirable.
Committed desire to collaborate and engage with all members of the team to deliver clinical excellence.
Please contact Mike Dresen at email@example.com with any questions.
About CTSI Oncology Solutions
CTSI Oncology Solutions (CTSI) provides technology systems and clinical tools that support a wide range of personalized, protocol-driven and centrally-supported oncology services. For nearly two decades, CTSI has supported the delivery of cancer care at the highest standards for safety, quality, and efficiency while always putting the needs of the patient first. CTSI has assisted hundreds of cancer centers with delivering advanced cancer care services across the U.S. and many international markets.
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