Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Elaine Gears 0 105

We are looking to recruit an experienced technologist to join our Radiotherapy Physics team in Oxford.  The postholder will take a leading role in the provision of a technical/clinical service in Radiotherapy Physics, primarily in the field of equipment quality assurance.  You will be registered with RCT or HCPC.

Closing Date: 21st November 2018.



Anna Glavocih 0 64

Applications are invited from ACPSEM certified or equivalent Radiation Oncology Medical Physicists (ROMP) in Radiation Oncology for this permanent full time position.  This is an opportunity for a highly motivated ROMP to be employed in a New Zealand Radiation Oncology Department providing leading-edge radiotherapy services.  A highly competitive salary and flexible employment conditions, combined with an opportunity to work within a stunning, architecturally designed, environmentally sustainable workplace, is offered.

Closing Date: 26th November 2018



Anna Glavocih 0 88

We are looking for an enthusiastic medical physicist to join us at the leading edge of radiotherapy. We’ve got a fantastic opportunity for you to advance your career and put your expertise in radiotherapy physics to good use. Primarily, we will need you to train and support customers in the safe and efficient use of Eclipse and RapidPlan treatment planning solutions, plus the Velocity imaging system. Related products will also include some aspects of the (TrueBeam and Halcyon) treatment delivery platforms and the ARIA Radiation Therapy Management suite. You can therefore expect the role to be quite varied from week to week and you will also also enjoy a high degree of autonomy in your daily work.

Closing Date: 10th December 2018.

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