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Radiation Oncologist

Job ID 189718BR Date posted 05/22/2023
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Full Time
  • Radiation Oncology
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Mayo Clinic Arizona is recruiting for a Radiation Oncologist with an academic rank of assistant professor or higher rank interested in thoracic diseases to join as a staff member in 2023. A second disease site would be determined based on applicant interest and departmental needs.

The candidate should be a board-certified radiation oncologist with experience in proton therapy preferred. Responsibilities include leading clinical research efforts,  education of trainees and staff, and maintaining a busy clinical practice.  

The Department of Radiation Oncology currently has fourteen staff physicians. Physics support and treatment planning is provided by eleven PhD physicists, seven MS physicists and seventeen dosimetrists. State-of-the-art equipment include four Varian TrueBeam accelerators, two CT simulators with 4D capability, four Hitachi proton gantries and ongoing programs in SRS, SBRT, TBI, TSE,  HDR brachytherapy and IORT.  

Mayo Clinic Arizona is expanding with nearly doubling the size of the campus by 2024. Through a combination of new structures and additions to existing facilities, 1.5 million square feet will be added, including 94 patient rooms and five operating rooms.  

The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center is designated by the National Cancer Institute as a comprehensive cancer center. Mayo Clinic Arizona is ranked by US News and World Report 18th on the Best Hospitals Honor Roll and 23rd nationally in cancer care. Mayo Clinic Arizona works closely with Mayo Clinic Rochester and Florida to provide numerous opportunities for collaboration.  Mayo Clinic has more than 10 years of recognition by FORTUNE magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For”. 

This position offers an excellent combination of work environment and professional responsibility. Our desirable location in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of Phoenix and the proximity to mountains offers opportunities for outdoor activities throughout the year, including hiking, mountain biking, boating and skiing. 

Mayo Clinic offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including a relocation package. Confidentiality respected. 

For consideration, please apply on-line using the "Apply Now" button below. Inquiries may be sent to: 

Sujay A. Vora, MD 
Vice-Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology 
c/o Ryan Brunner, Physician Recruiter 
Mayo Clinic 
Phoenix, Arizona


Board Certified/Board Eligible in Radiation Oncology

Exemption Status


Benefits Eligible



Full Time

Hours/Pay Period


International Assignment


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Ryan Brunner

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Radiation Oncology
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