Radiation Oncology Medical Physicists

Radiation Oncology Centres

Anna Glavocih 0 330
An exciting opportunity exists for two certified Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist to join the growing Radiation Oncology Centres team and play a key role in the management and development of physics services, ensuring the provision of exceptional patient care.To be successful in either of these roles, you will be highly motivated with a positive and enthusiastic attitude. You will be required to take on an integral role in the management of day-to-day physics activities at the specified site and may be expected to offer occasional assistance across all current and future sites. You will also be involved in the development and implementation of new technologies.

Closing Date: 31st March 2017.


Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology

Elaine Gears 0 285

Applications are invited for the post of Full-time Group Leader in Research Radiation Therapy Physics at the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, Department of Oncology, University of Oxford. You will be an outstanding academic leader and will establish in Oxford an independent, innovative research programme concerning the application of physics concepts in radiation oncology.

Closing Date: 30th April 2017.

Head of Medical Physics and Bioengineering

Royal United Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Anna Glavocih 0 60

We are seeking a high calibre professional to lead the strategic and operational development of Medical Physics and Bioengineering services. This is a unique opportunity to shape the future of Medical Physics and Bioengineering within a leading research active DGH and to develop relationships with our local Strategic Transformation Partnership and the University.  The role involves a blend of strategic service development together with a continuing focus on innovation, research and maintaining excellence across a wide range of service provision. The department will be moving to a brand new purpose build facility comprising the upper floor of the new Dyson Cancer centre in the near future.

Closing Date: 10th April 2017.

Clinical Scientist - Brachytherapy/Treatment Planning

Edinburgh Cancer Centre, The Western General Hospital

Anna Glavocih 0 181
Applications are invited for a Band 8b Clinical Scientist position within the Brachytherapy/Treatment Planning sections of the Radiotherapy Physics Service at the Edinburgh Cancer Centre. Applicants must be a HCPC registered Clinical Scientist and act as a Medical Physics Expert in both Brachytherapy and Treatment Planning and have significant post graduate experience in medical physics predominantly in Brachytherapy and Treatment Planning.

Closing Date: 19th April 2017.

Senior Medical Physicist

Auckland Radiation Oncology

Anna Glavocih 0 53
We are seeking a senior medical physicist to join a supportive, friendly and enthusiastic team. This is a full- time position and preference will be given to applicants with four or more year’s post-qualified experience. As part of a team of four physicists and a physics technician, you will actively contribute to all aspects of radiation physics support including quality assurance, dosimetry, commissioning, treatment planning, development projects and research activities. You should possess an MSc in Medical Physics and be certified with the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM), or equivalent. You should possess considerable all-round radiation physics experience and the desire to improve patient care and enhance the quality of treatments. Salary and benefits will be commensurate to the candidate’s experience and we can offer a relocation package to suitably qualified applicants.


Closing Date: 21st April 2017.


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