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Texas Oncology is seeking a full-time, team-oriented Cerrtified Medical Physicist to join our regional group of 2 radiation oncology centers located in the Dallas metroplex. This position will primarily be based at the Texas Oncology Methodist Charlton Cancer Center practice site. The successful candidate should have a current ABR certification, eligible for a Texas state license in medical physics and have five to ten years working experience in a clinical environment.
As an integral part of Texas Oncology, you will appreciate the opportunity to corroborate with other network physicists eager to share their expertise. Texas Oncology provides many vendor webinars, journal club and opportunities to serve on physics' committees.
The vision of Texas Oncology is to be the first choice for cancer care. We have high standards for patient satisfaction and offer exceptional value in cancer care. We also strive to advance clinical research and develop innovative approaches to treatment of oncology and hematology disorders.
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.
We extend an extremely competitive offering of benefits to employees, 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.
Come join our growing organization and enjoy knowing that you work for an organization dedicated to making the lives of others better. Responsibilities: Facilities and Equipment:
The Texas Oncology Methodist Charlton Cancer Center location is a busy practice that provides a full range of radiation therapy procedures, including SRS, SBRT, HDR, and LDR (prostate seed implants). Equipment in use at the Methodist Charlton site includes a Varian 21iX, GE CT Scanner and the Methodist Dallas site includes an Elekta Infinity with Agility head and hexa-pod table, GE CT, and a Nucletron microSelectron HDR after-loader. The two sites share a MOSAIQ ROIS, Pinnacle, MiM Symphony LDR, MIM TPS, Sun Nuclear SunCHECK QA, and a Sun Nuclear 3DS tank. The current team includes 2 Radiation Oncologists, 1 ABR Certified physicist, 2 Certified Medical Dosimetrists, 5 Radiation Therapists and 1 Chief Therapist. Qualifications: The successful candidate will have the following minimum qualifications:
Master's degree in Medical physics from a CAMPEP accredited college or university
Graduate from a CAMPEP accredited residency program
ABR board certification
Eligible for a Texas Medical Physics license
Experience with SRS, SBRT, and HDR
Strong organization and oral / written communication skills
Working knowledge of Varian and Elekta linear accelerators
Working knowledge of Nucletron micoSelectron HDR afterloader
Working knowledge of Pinnacle TPS
A working knowledge of MOSAIQ Record and Verify system
Working knowledge of Radiation safety
Duties will include:
Full range of on-site clinical medical physics support
Occasional on-site or remote physics support for sites within the region
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must have the ability to utilize components of the treatment-planning computer including but not limited to the use of keyboards, digitizers, trackball and mouse controls. Must be able to stand for 8 hours; lift 40 pound block to shoulder level; have sufficient visual acuity to distinguish structures and isodose displays on computer monitor. Additionally, must be able to align treatment field and monitor patient during radiation therapy treatment.