The physics section of the Department of Radiation Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University provides medical physics services at the main campus and off-campus affiliates. The main Marquam Hill campus department has four vaults; one is equipped with a Tomotherapy HD unit, two are equipped with Elekta’s Versa HD, and a fourth has a dedicated stereotactic TrueBeam treatment unit. The Department also features an Intrabeam unit, a Mobetron device, a busy brachytherapy program with Flexitron HDR unit with Oncentra planning system, a choroidal melanoma brachytherapy program, and a 4DCT simulator. Treatment planning systems include Eclipse, Plaque Simulator, iPlan, TomoPlan and Monaco. Current affiliates include facilities in Astoria, the Dalles, Roseburg, Hillsboro and Beaverton.
The Department of Radiation Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University is seeking a board certified medical physicist for a faculty position. This appointee will join our team of currently 11 physicists and 9 dosimetrists. The candidate is expected to contribute to the research and educational missions of the Department and School of Medicine.
Under the general supervision of the Chief of Physics (or the interim Chief of Physics), the appointee would provide technical expertise in the areas of patient treatment planning, therapy machine/radioactive sources calibration, radiation safety, and new technology research and implementation. The appointee must have a strong clinical background as well as strong interest in having a career as an academic medical physicist. Educational responsibilities include the clinical medical physics residency program, developing and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, and supervising MS and PhD students’ research and dissertations.
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a cover letter and resume or CV.