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Texas Oncology is searching for a Medical Physicist to join our East Texas Physics POD (Longview/Tyler/Palestine). The Medical Physicist will be actively working with 4 other physicists and 6 dosimetrists in the region.
Equipment within the East Texas POD consists of 6 Varian Linacs, (1-Truebeam, 1-Novalis TX, 3-IX series, and 1 2100-C series). The region also operates 2 active HDR programs, via Nucletron afterloaders. Planning and verification systems include: Eclipse, BrainLab, VariSeed, Oncentra, Mosaiq, and RadCalc. With this level of technology there are few special procedures that are not offered. Programs include: SBRT, SRS, HDR, LDR, and radiopharmaceuticals. Texas Oncology also provides many vendor webinars, its own journal club, and the opportunity to serve on many company-wide physics committees.
With more than 400 physicians and 150 sites of service, Texas Oncology is a pioneer in community-based cancer treatment and is united in healing with US Oncology, one of the country's foremost cancer treatment and research networks. You will appreciate the opportunity to corroborate with other network physicists who are eager to share their expertise. In addition to the outstanding staff, and work environment, you will enjoy living in the family-centric region of East Texas.
The mission of Texas Oncology is to provide excellent, evidence-based care for each patient we serve, while advancing cancer care for tomorrow. To this end, we give patients access to the highest quality cancer care available today within their own local communities. Our cutting-edge technologies, treatments and research are offered in welcoming and comfortable environments. We maintain comprehensive quality oversight and responsible financial management. At all times, we pride ourselves in being moral, ethical, and efficient as a medical practice and employer.
This position offers an extremely competitive benefits package, including Medical Health Care, Dental Care, Vision Plan, 401-k with a matching component, Life Insurance, Short-term and Long-term disability, and Wellness & Perks Programs.
Texas Oncology is part of the US Oncology Network and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
Responsibilities: The ideal candidate will have a strong background in all aspects of radiation oncology physics, including a good working knowledge of SRS, SBRT and HDR. Qualifications: The candidate should have a MS or PhD degree in Physics or Medical Physics from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two to five years' experience in radiation oncology physics. The candidate should have a current ABR certification or in the process of obtaining certification (completed part 1) and maintain a valid Texas state license for medical physics as required.