Clinical Diagnostic Medical PhysicistJob ID 158829BR Date posted 08/06/2021
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
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The Department of Radiology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN is seeking a Diagnostic Medical Physicist focusing on MRI guided interventions. The Division of Medical Physics serves the interests and needs of both the Department of Radiology and the Mayo Clinic enterprise. The successful candidate will join a group of over 20 medical physicists and over 200 radiologists seeking to advance the goals and objectives of the Mayo Clinic. The position will support a broad range of activities that support both the specific and broader needs of the Division of Medical Physics and the Department of Radiology. Participation in the Mayo Clinic ‘three shields’ (clinical practice, education, and research) is deemed essential.
Desired skills and interests of the position include:
- Interest and/or experience related to MRI-guided interventional care.
- Development and translation of innovative MR imaging techniques and systems into clinical practice.
- Project planning and management.
- Team development, strategic thinking and acting.
- Management leadership
- Interpersonal and communication skills.
- Scientific writing and teaching skills
This position will work closely with the leadership of the Department of Radiology to facilitate both short term and long-term developments.
Short term developments will include:
- Support a diverse and growing MRI guided interventional Radiology practice (e.g. MR-guided focused ultrasound, MR-guided laser ablation).
- Implement Radiology specific tools for routine use.
- Participate and contribute to the Division of Medical Physics as a team member.
- Advance the interventional Radiology Practice at Mayo Clinic and help in the translation of techniques throughout the Mayo Clinic enterprise.
- Support the Mayo Clinic 2030 strategic plan through technical innovation.
- Support the Mayo Clinic ‘three shields’ of patient care, education, and research.
License or certification
This candidate should have a doctoral degree in medical imaging with emphasis on MRI. Specific experience/knowledge of image guided interventions is desired but not required. Board certification or board eligibility is essential.
Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
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