The Department of Radiation Oncology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Seidman Cancer Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is recruiting for full-time, academic faculty, MD (+/- PhD), non-tenure track.
Candidates must be ABR board-certified or board-eligible, and qualify for an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the state of Ohio. He/she must demonstrate a significant commitment to the academic mission, including scientific publications and ability to attract extramural research funding. Responsibilities will also include teaching of medical students and radiation oncology residents, in addition to performing clinical and/or translational scientific research. Expertise in one or more disease subspecialties and/or special modalities is desirable.
The primary practice location will be the Seidman Cancer Center (SCC) of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UCHMC), including the main campus facility in University Circle in Cleveland. The SCC main campus includes three 'matched' Elekta MRT/IGRT linear accelerators with advanced FSRT/SBRT capability, a gamma knife Perfexion radiosurgery unit, Mobetron IORT, and an Image-guided HDR unit. The campus just recently opened an on-site single-vault (Mevion) Proton Beam Center, the first proton center in Ohio. The department's level of RTOG/NRG clinical trials excellence is among the highest in the nation, and there are also opportunities for investigator initiated clinical trials and translational science projects. The qualified applicant(s) will have access to the outstanding core facilities, programs and other resources and research time to promote his/her academic success at the NCI-designated Case Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Seidman Cancer Center is ranked among the top 30 cancer centers by U.S. News and is home to many national experts in all oncologic subspecialties. The Department of Radiation Oncology has 18 radiation oncologists and 19 radiation physicists on its faculty and treats approximately 275 patients per day across its centers in Northeast Ohio.
The University Hospitals system offers a highly competitive compensation and fringe benefit package, in an affordable metropolitan location. The institution is centered in the vibrant University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, immediately adjacent to Case Western's undergraduate and graduate campus, Severance Hall/Cleveland Orchestra, multiple museums and cultural centers, and the Little Italy restaurant district.
In employment, as in education, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Case-Western Reserve University are committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The institution provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities.
The salary and academic rank is commensurate with the experience and qualifications of the applicant.
Applicants should forward an email letter describing their interest/vision along with their CV to:
Chair, Radiation Oncology
11100 Euclid Avenue LTR 6068
Cleveland, Ohio 44106