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Research Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist

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Job Listing Date
13 Nov 2019
Location
Melbourne, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Medical Specialists

Research Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist

Our Client is looking for a radiation oncology medical physicist (ROMP) to work on our research and development program.  The role would suit a medical physicist with a keen interest in emerging radiotherapy technologies and how to safely improve patient access to the latest cancer treatment developments in radiotherapy.

The research ROMP  will work with the existing team to assess new technology that is moving into clinical practice in radiotherapy and investigate the best techniques to provide on-site dosimetry evaluation. Existing focus areas are cranial SRS and SABR deliveries and MRI-Linacs.   The medical physicist will directly implement some techniques, provide advice and support to other team members in their development work and help supervise TEAP registrars and PhD/Masters candidates.  The medical physicist will also liase with radiotherapy centres and clinical trial credentialing bodies to improve and tailor the ACDS service to clinical requirements.

This role will give you the opportunity to:

•Develop novel dosimetry QA solutions in emerging radiotherapy technologies with domestic and international collaboration opportunities

•Work with a multidisciplinary team in collaboration with dosimetry experts from the primary standards dosimetry laboratory

•Develop your career in a unique environment that considers challenges in radiotherapy in the broader national and global context, in a one of the world’s most liveable cities.

 

Key accountabilities

•             Develop the dosimetry audit program for the ACDS for emerging radiotherapy technologies;

•             Perform complex dosimetry measurements for the ACDS, both in ARPANSA and in field trials at radiotherapy clinics;

•             Particpate in dosimetry audits as required to understand practical aspects of onsite visits ;

•             Assist with prioritising treatment sites and radiotherapy techniques which require an audit service;

•             Liase with radiotherapy facilities and clinical trial credentialing bodies to improve the service and tailor them to clinical requirements;

•             Participate in conferences and workshops of national and international relevance;

•             Publish research in peer-reviewed scientific journals;

To express your general interest please forward your CV (MS word format only) and detailed covering letter to contactus@parasandpartners.com or for a confidential discussion contact Maree Paras on 0423 789 789 or Georgia White on 0497 855 072 or 03 9029 3555

 

Kindly note, only successful candidates will be contacted.

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Our Client is looking for a radiation oncology medical physicist (ROMP) to work on our research and development program.  The role would suit a medical physicist with a keen interest in emerging radiotherapy technologies and how to safely improve patient access to the latest cancer treatment developments in radiotherapy.

The research ROMP  will work with the existing team to assess new technology that is moving into clinical practice in radiotherapy and investigate the best techniques to provide on-site dosimetry evaluation. Existing focus areas are cranial SRS and SABR deliveries and MRI-Linacs.   The medical physicist will directly implement some techniques, provide advice and support to other team members in their development work and help supervise TEAP registrars and PhD/Masters candidates.  The medical physicist will also liase with radiotherapy centres and clinical trial credentialing bodies to improve and tailor the ACDS service to clinical requirements.

This role will give you the opportunity to:

•Develop novel dosimetry QA solutions in emerging radiotherapy technologies with domestic and international collaboration opportunities

•Work with a multidisciplinary team in collaboration with dosimetry experts from the primary standards dosimetry laboratory

•Develop your career in a unique environment that considers challenges in radiotherapy in the broader national and global context, in a one of the world’s most liveable cities.

 

Key accountabilities

•             Develop the dosimetry audit program for the ACDS for emerging radiotherapy technologies;

•             Perform complex dosimetry measurements for the ACDS, both in ARPANSA and in field trials at radiotherapy clinics;

•             Particpate in dosimetry audits as required to understand practical aspects of onsite visits ;

•             Assist with prioritising treatment sites and radiotherapy techniques which require an audit service;

•             Liase with radiotherapy facilities and clinical trial credentialing bodies to improve the service and tailor them to clinical requirements;

•             Participate in conferences and workshops of national and international relevance;

•             Publish research in peer-reviewed scientific journals;

To express your general interest please forward your CV (MS word format only) and detailed covering letter to contactus@parasandpartners.com or for a confidential discussion contact Maree Paras on 0423 789 789 or Georgia White on 0497 855 072 or 03 9029 3555

 

Kindly note, only successful candidates will be contacted.

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