Northwest Medical Physics Center (NMPC) is looking for an experienced physicist for one of our Cancer Centers on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington. Board Certification is essential. The qualified candidate will be responsible for physics in a beautiful community clinic equipped with a Varian TrueBeam and a CT Simulator. Expertise in VMAT, SBRT, SRS, IMRT, CBCT, and 3D treatments strongly preferred. This modern clinic is equipped with Mosaiq and RayStation treatment planning. The successful applicant will be Board Certified and must have at least five years of clinical experience.
This clinic is in a charming town of Sequim located on the Olympic Peninsula, on the Salish Sea (Strait of Juan de Fuca), one hour from Victoria, BC, and two hours from Seattle, at the doorstep of the San Juan Islands. Sequim offers a small-town atmosphere, magnificent natural scenery, quick access to the Olympic National Park, hiking, boating, fishing and hunting. As a member of the professional team of NMPC, the successful candidate will enjoy the support and cross-coverage of our broadly experienced and friendly group.
Please send you CV and inquiries to GreatJobs@nmpc.org
Northwest Medical Physics Center (NMPC), a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, originated in 1969 as a Regional Medical Physics Center funded by the Regional Medical Program at the University of Washington. Since 1980, it has been an independent organization providing Medical Physicist Consultation to many different Radiation Oncology Departments.
NMPC provides three components of medical phys...ics activity:
1. Clinical Medical Physics Services, part and full time, to Radiation Therapy Departments throughout the Greater Pacific Northwest, Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Nevada, Montana, and beyond;
2. Consulting Services, such as Radiotherapy Equipment Selection, Shielding Design and Evaluation, Acceptance Testing, Commissioning, Modeling for Treatment Planning Systems, Beam Calibration services, and Room Surveys throughout the United States;
3. Education, We strive to bring more qualified individuals into the medical physics world through Summer Internship programs, Medical Physics assistantships, and our Residency program.
NMPC has an inherent advantage in that it brings physicists into a group where the varied experience and expertise of individual physicists is pooled to produce better solutions to the clinical problems encountered.