The Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center invites applications to join an academic/clinical radiation oncology team. The successful candidate will perform the clinical activities that include machine calibration and quality assurance; commissioning and data collection; IMRT planning and plan verification; physics calculations, chart check, & dose verification; stereotactic radiosurgery, photon, electron, proton and LDR/HDR brachytherapy. The candidate must have an M.S. (for staff physicist) or Ph.D (for faculty physicist) in Medical Physics, with the completion of medical physics residency, ABR certified/eligible. The salary will depend upon the experience of the successful applicant. Interested candidates should mail or email a curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Radiation Oncology’s Medical Physics and Dosimetry Division currently has ABR certified 6 Ph.D and 1 MS level physicists, 7 board certified clinical medical dosimetrists, 2 medical physics residents. The leadership has made a firm commitment to grow with the addition of 1 medical physicists and 1 dosimetrist within the next few months. Currently we have 4 Varian Linacs that includes 2100 EX, Trilogy and TrueBeam STX, MEVION S250I Hyperscan proton machine and Gamma Knife Perfexion. We use Eclipse, RaySearch, Brain Lab, Gamma Plan, Oncentra and Brachy Vision treatment planning systems. We also have Elekta/Nucletron for HDR brachytherapy.
About OU Health Sciences Center
The Department of Radiation Oncology is a clinical/academic department that belongs to the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. This department has six certified radiation oncology faculty members, seven ABR certified physicists and seven CMD certified dosimetrists who are involved in clinical services as well as academic services. We have a CAMPEP approved graduate medical physics program, a CAMPEP approved medical physics residency program, as well as, an ACGME accredited radiation oncology residency program.
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