Texas Oncology - Abilene is seeking a full-time, team-oriented medical physicist to join our team. Texas Oncology has more than 220 sites of service throughout Texas, with more than 600+ providers dedicated to serving our patients. On average, we treat more than 50,000 new cancer patients each year, with documented growth year over year. Texas Oncology pioneered the concept of community-based, outpatient, multidisciplinary cancer centers. We give local communities access to leading-edge technology that was previously only available in larger metropolitan areas. Texas Breast Specialists and Texas Urology Specialists are a part of Texas Oncology. Texas Oncology is an affiliate of The U.S. Oncology Network, which is owned by McKesson Specialty Health, a division of McKesson Corporation.
Why work for us?
Texas Oncology delivers high-quality, high-touch care to help cancer patients achieve "More breakthroughs. More victories." ® in their fight against cancer. We are an independent, physician-led practice delivering leading-edge technology and treatment options and conducting innovative research. Founders of the practice pioneered community-based care to enable more cancer patients to receive high-quality care while staying close to the critical support of family and friends.
We offer our employees a competitive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Short-term and Long-term disability coverage, a generous PTO program, a 401k plan that comes with a company match, a Wellness program that rewards you practicing a healthy lifestyle, and lots of other great perks such as Tuition Reimbursement, an Employee Assistance program and discounts on some of your favorite retailers.
What does the Medical Physicist do?
The Medical Physicist is responsible for the design optimization, technical evaluation, and precise and accurate delivery of radiation treatment plans. Responsible for the safety of patients and staff. May participate in clinical, research and educational duties. Supports and adheres to the US Oncology Compliance Program, to include the Code of Ethics and Business Standards.
Facilities and Equipment:
The Texas Oncology Abilene practice provides a full range of external beam radiation therapy procedures. Equipment in use at the Abilene locations includes 1 Varian True Beam, GE CT, MOSAIQ ROIS, Eclipse, and RadCalc used to treat 25-30 patients per day. The successful candidate will join one other on-site board certified physicist and our team of 5 board certified radiation oncologists, 5 board certified medical physicists, 6 dosimetrists, 12 radiation therapist, 5 chief radiation therapists, and 6 CT technicians. All sites share a single database for ROIS, treatment planning, 2nd check program, and SNC SunCHECK. QA tools include, but are not limited to Profiler2, MapCheck3, SNC Routine, and 3D scanning system.
In addition to the top-notch work environment, you will be based in and enjoy the family-centric Abilene area. Abilene is located near the geographic center of Texas and is strategically located for weekend trips throughout the "Big Country". Abilene boasts a lively city that offers good food, parks, museums, manicured golf courses, a zoo, nearby lakes and state parks, and the small-town friendly atmosphere which defines the Big Country. Additionally, travel to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, home of the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers, is just a few hours away and can easily be enjoyed during a day or weekend trip.
Texas Oncology is part of the US Oncology Network and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. Responsibilities: The essential duties and responsibilities:
Full range of on-site clinical medical physics support.
Serve as the primary remote physics support for sites within the region
Occasional, as need, travel to sites within the region for on-site physics support
Determines the need for, specifies, and accesses dosimetric and treatment planning equipment including, but not limited to, measurement instruments to calibrate all treatment equipment and monitoring devices, computerized treatment planning systems, computerized water phantom systems with appropriate ionization chambers and diodes, etc.
Advises and consults with physicians to provide advice or direction to technical staff when patients are being planned or treated.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will have the following minimum qualifications:
Master's degree in Medical physics from an accredited college or university.
ABR board certification (or equivalent) or have completed a CAMPEP approved residency, be board eligible and be in the process of obtaining certification by the American Board of Radiology
Eligibility for a Texas license
Minimum of 2 years of experience
Willing to consider an entry- or mid-level candidate with strong clinical background.
A working knowledge of SRS, SBRT, and HDR
Experience with Varian linear accelerators as well as Nucletron/Oncentra
Strong organization and oral / written communication skills
The ability to travel on an occasional, as needed, basis