Medical Physicist Oncology
Responsible to engage in the evaluation, delivery and optimization of radiation therapy. A major responsibility of the radiation oncology physicist is to provide a high standard of clinical physics service and provide oversight of the establishment and conduct of the quality management program.
Education / Qualification:
- Bachelor’s degree in Physics
- Master’s degree in Medical Physics or Radiation Physics
- PhD in Medical Physics
- ABR Certification
Experience Post Qualifications:
- Minimum Five (5) years of experience (post ABR qualification) in Medical Physics in with broad experience in treatment planning and quality management in a tertiary setting
Valid and in a good Standing License in current country of practice
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for treatment planning, quality assurance, safety of patient radiation treatment delivery, weekly chart checks, and process improvement for modalities include but not limited to external beam, SRS/SRBT, HDR Brachytherapy, SRS, SRT etc
- Assist in developing radiation oncology medical physics program, policies, and procedures.
- Participates in departmental research, education, presentations, meetings, and chart rounds.
- Implements new treatment techniques/procedures for the center when needed, support advanced treatment and image guided technology, and take a lead role in collaboration with vendors and IT to address clinically related hardware and software issues