Faculty Medical Physicist in Radiation Oncology

Radiation Oncology
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Position description
The Division of Medical Physics at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, is seeking a board certified Medical Physicist to join our growing team and help support our current clinical practice and aid in preparation for the first in the nation Carbon-Ion Therapy Center.

Candidates will have a record of accomplishment that demonstrates academic and clinical productivity in therapeutic medical physics, including clinical practice, project management, research achievement and educational excellence. Experience in a proton or carbon center is encouraged but not required.

Current equipment in the Department includes Varian TrueBeam linacs, a Gamma Knife ICON, Mobetron, GE CT simulator with wide bore and 4D capability, a Elekta Flexitron HDR remote afterloader, Eclipse, ARIA and a full complement of dosimetry and detector systems for photon, proton and brachytherapy. Treatment procedures include all conventional radiation therapy plus specials that include IORT, TBI, TSET, HDR, SRS, SBRT, BH, and LDR eye plaques.

Construction will start in 2021 of a new building that will include the first Carbon Therapy system in North America, a 2-gantry proton facility, MR and CT simulator, and conventional linacs.

The Medical Physics Division currently has seven medical physicists and will grow substantially in the next several years in preparation and deployment of the particle therapy center. The Division also includes a medical physics residency program. The Division is a seasoned and cohesive team responsible for all aspects of therapy physics in support of clinical practice, education and research in radiation oncology.
License or certification
Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. and ABR board certification; Board eligible Ph.D. candidates will also be considered. Capability to attain a Florida State license is required.
Benefits eligible
Full Time
Site description
Jacksonville is the largest city in area in the continental United States. A beautiful coastal Florida city that features excellent year-round climate, over 20 miles of beaches and outstanding outdoor recreational, cultural and family-oriented amenities. The “River City by the Sea” has an excellent school system, reasonable cost of living and a thriving business environment. Medical professionals and patients are drawn to Jacksonville by an extraordinary network of high-profile healthcare facilities. Jacksonville continues to grow as more people relocate from all over the U.S. and abroad, to see what the great River City has to offer!
Physicians & Scientists
Career profile
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Radiation Oncology
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Marissa Anderson
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