Baptist Health Paducah is offering a full-time position for a medical physicist to join a progressive department with state of the art radiotherapy technology. The radiation therapy department is committed to the highest standards of patient care and maintains ACR and CoC accreditations. Primary duties include designing treatment plans for the stereotactic and HDR programs, performing patient specific QA and weekly chart reviews. Additional duties will involve performing routine calibrations on two Varian linear accelerators and a Philips CT simulator as well as assisting with evaluation of beam data and commissioning of new equipment. Qualifications include holding a MS or PhD degree in therapeutic medical physics and being ABR certified or board eligible. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, the ability to organize multiple tasks and enjoy working with a variety of professionals with exceptional team spirit. A longer-term opportunity to advance to the chief medical physicist position also exists with this position.
TrueBeam linac with 6DoF couch
Advanced on-board imaging
AlignRT SGRT System
21iX linac with OBI
Eclipse 15.5 Treatment Planning
Varisource iX HDR System
Philips Big Bore CT Simulator
ARIA, OncoChart, Epic EMR
Mobius 3D Calculation Software
Radformation AI AutoContour
Sun Nuclear QA Equipment
Paducah, Kentucky is an excellent place to live for those looking for many of the amenities found in a much larger city combined with the benefits of living in a smaller community. The historic downtown features an arts district, a scenic waterfront set on the Ohio river and an assortment of shops and great restaurants. Cultural attractions include the Carson Center for the Performing Arts, the Paducah Symphony Orchestra, nationally recognized Market House Theatre and the annual AQS QuiltWeek. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy abundant recreational activities at nearby Land Between the Lakes and the adjoining beautiful lakes region.
About UsLogoFounded in 1924, Baptist Health has been bringing advanced medical technology, modern facilities, and many of the region's most prominent physicians and medical professionals to the communities of our commonwealth for nearly a century.Headquartered in Louisville, the Baptist Health family of hospitals, care centers, physician offices and health facilities has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. Counting all nine hospitals, we have more than 2,700 licensed beds.Baptist Health has more than 300 points of care include outpatient facilities which offer Urgent Care, occupational medicine, physical therapy and diagnostics. Home care is also available in 39 Kentucky counties, six counties in Illinois and six counties in Southern Indiana. Our physician network of more than 3,000 employed and affiliated physicians continues to grow as we endeavor to improve access to healthcare and enhance the health of Kentucky as a whole.EEO Statement: Baptist Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, and seeks to employ individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, marital status, citizenship sta...tus, military status, religious or political beliefs, protected veteran status, employment status or any other protected class identified in any federal, state, or local law. Baptist Health specifically encourages minority, female, disabled, veteran and other candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply and strengthen our team. Please note that Baptist Health is a drug-free workplace and employment with Baptist Health is subject to post offer, pre-employment drug testing.NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMATION AND ACCESSIBILITY TO SERVICESPersons with hearing and speech impairments can contact Baptist Health facilities by using the Kentucky Relay Service, a toll-free telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD). For voice to TDD, call 800.648.6057. For TDD to voice, call 800.648.6056.We know you have a choice in where you work and Baptist Health Paducah strives to be a place our employees want to come every day. Baptist Health Paducah, part of the Baptist Health family of hospitals, is a 337-bed acute and skilled care hospital that serves western Kentucky, southern Illinois, southeast Missouri and northwest Tennessee. The hospital is one of the largest employers in Paducah and serves the community with a full range of services and physicians that represent more than 40 medical specialties.Some of the many benefits we offer at Baptist Health Paducah are:Free Onsite Education Tuition Reimbursement Loan Repayment for New Graduates Paid Kentucky license for Out-of-State Transfers Childcare Center Nursing Mentorship Program Onsite Fitness RoomWith patient care services offered in Cancer, Heart, Stroke, Mother and Baby Care, and more, you are sure to find an area of interest to pursue a long career with us at Baptist Health. We are part of a system of eight hospitals throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana so while we offer the small hospital environment with close working relationships across multiple service lines; we also offer the benefits of working for a large company with roots across two states.Awards and RecognitionBaptist Health Paducah is proud of our many quality achievements including:2015 Women's Choice awards for America's 100 Best Hospitals for patient experience 2015 Women's Choice awards for America's Best Hospitals in obstetrics, orthopedics, cancer care and stroke centers Accredited Advanced Primary Stroke Center Accredited Cancer Program Accredited Chest Pain Center Accredited for cardiac rehabilitation Accredited in cardiovascular and endovascular care Mission: Lifeline® Achievement Award for treatment of heart attack National Cardiovascular Data Registry ACTION Registry Get With the Guidelines Platinum Performance Achievement Award
AAPM Career Services has listings for medical physics jobs in specialized disciplines like radiation oncology, radiological physics, diagnostic imaging, dosimetry, health physics, radiation safety, nuclear medicine, and imaging. Find a job here in industry as a certified medical physicist, chief physicist, or clinical physicist, or as an instructor, assistant or associate professor faculty member in medical physics.