Orlando Health Cancer Institute is seeking a strong clinical physicist to join our team. Applicants must have completed either a Masters or PhD in Medical Physics and a CAMPEP-accredited Medical Physics Residency program. Preference will be given to candidates with ABR board certification, but board-eligible candidates should apply. The successful candidate is expected to have good interpersonal skills, in addition to excellent oral and written communication.

Our department treats more than 170 patients per day, at 5 locations in the Orlando area. Our equipment includes 4 Varian TrueBeams, a Varian Edge, a Varian IX, a TomoTherapy HD, an Elekta Synergy, a ViewRay MRIdian linac, a Mevion S250 synchrocyclotron, and a Nucletron HDR. Treatment planning for all centers is performed using Full-Scale Eclipse/ARIA deployed through Citrix. This position will provide clinical support at the downtown photon clinic as well as on-site support at all regional care centers. Physicists are also expected to participate in our CAMPEP-accredited residency program, and there are opportunities to participate in clinical research. Our current medical physics program includes 8 photon-clinic physicists, 3 proton physicists, and 2 therapy physics residents.