PHYSICIST, STAFF GRADE (RADIOTHERAPY)

Cork University Hospial

Anna Glavocih 0 53

It is an exciting time for radiation oncology at Cork with a new €40m radiation oncology centre currently under construction and expected to open during 2019. The new centre will be equipped with seven linear accelerator bunkers and commence operations with five linear accelerators. In addition, it will be equipped with two CT-Simulators, HDR brachytherapy, superficial therapy and facilities for therapeutic radio-nuclides. The centre will be expected to deliver a full suite of treatments including VMAT, IGRT and SABR. There is currently one permanent whole-time post available in the Radiotherapy Physics Section of the Medical Physics Department.

Closing Date: 30th April 2018.

PHYSICIST, SENIOR (RADIOTHERAPY)

Cork University Hospital

Anna Glavocih 0 40

It is an exciting time for radiation oncology at Cork with a new €40m radiation oncology centre currently under construction and expected to open during 2019. There is currently one permanent whole-time vacancy available in the Radiotherapy Physics Section of the Medical Physics Department. A panel may be created from this campaign for Cork University Hospital from which current and future permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full time or part time duration may be filled.

Closing Date: 30th April 2018.

Clinical Specialist in Radiotherapy & Imaging

Oncology Systems Limited

Elaine Gears 0 123

This role will be customer facing with medical professionals in the public and private health sectors involving extensive travel to visit hospitals in the UK and Ireland, as well as some international travel.  The product areas supported in this role are leading edge, highly software oriented and will include radiotherapy treatment planning, dosimetry and QA, and prostate diagnosis.

Closing Date: 16th May 2018

Senior Clinical Scientist - Treatment Planning (Stereotactic)

NHS Lothian

Anna Glavocih 0 41

The Oncology Physics Department at Edinburgh Cancer Centre (ECC) is seeking an experienced, motivated, and enthusiastic Clinical Scientist to join our treatment planning team, specialising in Stereotactic Radiotherapy. This is a new post to support Edinburgh Cancer Centre in provision of the National Specialist Service for delivery of Stereotactic Radiotherapy for Benign Conditions in Scotland. The successful applicant will have proven experience in advanced Treatment Planning techniques and contribute to delivery and development of the Stereotactic Planning service for all patients at ECC. They will also support other aspects of the Treatment Planning service, giving expert advice and supporting the Lead Stereotactic Physicist and Head of Treatment Planning.

Closing Date: 11th May 2018

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