Position Description The Department of Radiation Oncology at Tufts Medical Center currently has an opening for a board certified or board eligible Medical Physicist. This world-class academic medical center seeks a candidate to join a team consisting of two board-certified medical physicists and one dosimetrist in a collegial and collaborative environment. The Department of Radiation Oncology offers a variety of clinical services to a diverse patient population. Direct clinical tasks would include external-beam and brachytherapy clinical support and quality assurance (QA); Gamma Knife clinical support and QA; consultations with radiation oncologists and patients; active participation in incident learning and related process improvement; and patient-specific QA. Experience with treatment planning is desired. Additionally, the department houses a radiation oncology residency program. Contribution to the educational and research programs of the department is required. The ideal candidate is self-motivated and has exceptional written and oral skills, work ethic, and interpersonal skills as needed to foster and maintain a positive work environment. Preference will be given to those with a Doctoral degree in Medical Physics (or closely related field), at least two years’ clinical experience in radiation therapy, and who have completed a CAMPEP accredited residency program. Suitable candidates will be considered for academic appointment at Tufts University School of Medicine. Facility and Equipment Our department is equipped with a Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator, an Elekta Synergy-S linear accelerator, an Elekta Perfexion Gamma Knife for SRS, an Elekta / Nucletron V3 HDR 192Ir remote afterloader with Oncentra TPS, a Philips Brilliance Big Bore CT simulator, Philips Pinnacle3 TPS, and Elekta MOSAIQ record-and-verify electronic health record. We maintain an assortment of Sun Nuclear dosimetry and QA equipment, including SNCRoutine, ArcCheck, and ICProfiler. Our department staff includes 4 attending physicians, 9 radiation oncology residents, 3 nurses, and 5 radiation therapists. Tufts Medical Center is the primary teaching entity for Tufts University School of Medicine and conducts innovative clinical research. Employer and Environment Tufts Medical Center offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including: medical, dental, life insurance, 403(b), retirement, tuition reimbursement, commuter benefits, and employee discounts. Tufts Medical Center is located in the Theater District of Boston and is a short walk to Chinatown, the Downtown Crossing shopping area, the Boston Common, and has a dedicated subway station. Boston offers excellent educational facilities, as well as numerous historical and cultural opportunities.
About Tufts Medical Center
Tufts Medical Center is an internationally-respected academic medical center – a teaching hospital where we pride ourselves not only in the sophistication of the care we provide but the compassionate way in which we provide it. We care for all patients from the tiniest newborns at our full-service pediatric hospital, Floating Hospital for Children to centenarians in our specialized Geriatrics clinic.
University of Maryland, Baltimore - Dept. of Radiation Oncology
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