The Physics Division of the Department of Radiation Oncology at University of Michigan is looking for a board certified Medical Physicist to serve as Chief of Physics of the Department of Radiation Oncology at the VA-Ann Arbor.
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You will supervise one full time physicist, one physics technician, and two dosimetrists. In addition to your leadership role, you will participate in direct clinical duties at the center. You will report to the Service Chief of Radiation Oncology at the VA-Ann Arbor and the Director of Community Practice Physics at the University of Michigan. Priorities and timing for programmatic development will be supported by additional resources from the University of Michigan.
We are seeking an individual who will be capable of assuming a leadership role. Expertise with commissioning new technology, information technology, machine calibration and equipment quality assurance (accelerators, CT simulator), patient imaging for simulation and clinical trials, treatment planning, pre-treatment IMRT QA, and special procedures (such as SBRT) is expected. Experience with documentation of procedures, processes, and routine QA is required. You are expected to be part of a team that brings new technologies to the clinic and to support participation in national clinical trials (such as VA and NRG) as well as the development and implementation of clinical trials at the VA-Ann Arbor.
While your primary role is at the VA-Ann Arbor, there will be opportunities to work with other members of the University of Michigan program. Activities may include participating in ongoing translational development programs and improving our approaches toward safety and quality. Employment and benefits are provided by the University of Michigan.
- Minimum of a Masters degree in Medical Physics
- Five or more years of experience is required in core service areas.
- Certification by the American Board of Radiology or the American Board of Medical Physics
Experience with external beam treatment delivery, calibration and quality assurance equipment, high dose rate brachytherapy, anatomic and physiological imaging devices, computerized treatment planning, patient management and safety are highly desirable.
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