An excellent opportunity is now available for a Radiation Oncology Physicist to lead a busy team of providers in a state of the comprehensive cancer center in Alaska.
The Chief Medical Physicist with be responsible for consulting with physicians in applications of ionizing radiation, therapy, treatment planning with externally delivered radiation, as well as use of internally implanted radioactive sources.
The Chief of Medical Physics will report to the Chief Executive Officer, and will be responsible for managing a team of Radiation Therapists, Medical Physicists, Dosimetrists, Physicians Assistants and Nursing Staff. The physician will be responsible for providing the management and oversight for administrative activities, including radiation safety issues, equipment selection, and physician / patient scheduling.
The Radiation Oncology Chief Physicist will be the Radiation Safety Officer for the Cancer Center, and will be responsible for compliance with state, federal and all regulatory bodies. The Chief Medical Physicist will be serving as liaison to equipment manufactures for installation, acceptance testing and verification testing, and making recommendations concerning new equipment acquisitions and upgrades of hardware and software.
The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D in Medical Physics, extensive experience in Radiation Oncology/ Radiation Safety, and will be an experienced leader.
The Medical Center is part of a large and stable healthcare organization with facilities throughout the United States. The organization is prepared to offer a lucrative salary, comprehensive benefit package, full relocation assistance, a generous bonus package, sign on bonus and a comfortable work-life balance.