Medical Physicist | Radiation Therapy/Oncology | Full-Time | Variable Shifts (SIGN-ON BONUS AVAILABLE)
About the Job
Throughout communities in Illinois and Wisconsin, 15 hospitals, numerous community-based health centers and clinics, our 15,000+ colleagues have built a culture based on our solid core values of respect, care, competence, and joy. These are the ideals we believe in, work by, and live each day.
Built upon more than 145 years of service to the communities we serve, we now look to the future and our place in it as a health care system that strives to continually improve processes, procedures, and outcomes with the latest and most advanced technologies and treatments.
Regardless of how far our passion for excellence carries us, our focus will always remain on the most important person in our entire organization: The patient.
HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).Summary:
Medical Physicists are called on to contribute clinical and scientific advice and resources to solve various physical problems that arise in specialized medical areas like imaging and radiation oncology and therapy. As a result, Physicists are important members of the medical team whose efforts are focused on improving processes and procedures to ensure our patients receive the highest level of quality care.Qualifications:
Minimum of an MS. in Physics or Medical Physics. Ph.D. in Medical Physics preferred. CAMPEP accredited residency preferred.
Graduate study should include lecture and laboratory in radiation oncology physics, imaging physics, and radiation safety.
Certifications, Licenses and Registrations
Achieve board certification within 3 years of hire.
Licensed in the state of practice, if applicable-Required