Radiation Oncology Physicist for the Greater Portland, Oregon Metro Area
Northwest Medical Physics Center
June 4, 2018
Career Positions - Experienced
Therapeutic Radiology (TR)
Northwest Medical Physics Center (NMPC) is looking for a Medical Physicist to join our excellent team. Board certification is required. The position entail providing clinical radiation oncology physics services at two clinics in the metropolitan Portland, Oregon region alongside another full-time physicist. These two sites house three linacs plus one HDR unit with an SRS/SBRT program. Experience with Varian and Elekta linacs, Pinnacle TPS, Mosaiq, and IMRT/VMAT is desirable. Although this job will open during the first week of August 2018, starting earlier with our group is a viable and welcome option as well.
As a member of the NMPC professional team, the successful candidate will enjoy the support and cross-coverage of our broadly experienced and friendly group, and opportunities for continuing education and professional development. NMPC provides great salary and outstanding benefits. NMPC is an equal opportunity employer.
Northwest Medical Physics Center is a nonprofit organization providing clinical, consultation, educational, and development services in medical physics to many radiation therapy departments throughout the greater Pacific Northwest, Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, and beyond. The ever-growing and collegial NMPC staff currently consists of medical physicists, administrative staff, physics technologists, interns, and residents within our CAMPEP-approved physics residency program.
Please send your CV and inquiries to GreatJobs@nmpc.org. The phone number of our office is 425-672-2841.
About Northwest Medical Physics Center
Northwest Medical Physics Center (NMPC), a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, originated in 1969 as a Regional Medical Physics Center funded by the Regional Medical Program at the University of Washington. Since 1980, it has been an independent organization providing Medical Physicist Consultation to many different Radiation Oncology Departments.
NMPC provides three components of medical physics activity:
1. Clinical Medical Physics Services, part and full time, to Radiation Therapy Departments throughout the Greater Pacific Northwest, Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Nevada, Montana, Oklahoma, and beyond;
2. Consulting Services, such as Radiotherapy Equipment Selection, Shielding Design and Evaluation, Acceptance Testing, Commissioning, Modeling for Treatment Planning Systems, Beam Calibration services, and Room Surveys throughout the United States;
3. Education, We strive to bring more qualified individuals into the medical physics world through Summer Internship programs, Medical Physics assistantships, and our Residency program.
NMPC has an inherent advantage in that it brings physicists into a group where the varied experience and expertise of individual physicists is pooled to produce better solutions to the clinical problems encountered.