East Carolina University - Greenville, NC

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The Department of Radiation Oncology at Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University seeks a Medical Physicist with demonstrated GammaKnife and CyberKnife experience to join our Physics group at the Assistant or Associate Professor level.

Responsibilities will include Radiation Oncology Physics services at Leo Jenkins Cancer Center to assure the highest quality and safety in the delivery of Radiation Therapy; assuring accurate delivery of treatment plans, and ensuring all required quality checks and monitors, inspections, maintenance, calibrations, and verifications are performed in compliance with applicable federal and state radiation regulations and accreditation/practice standards; physics teaching and training to Medical Physics students and residents, Radiation Therapy students, Dosimetrists and medical students; participation in development of new treatment techniques and protocols, and collaboration with Clinical Director and Chief Physicist to provide Physics input; participation in clinical and translational research; mentoring junior faculty in Radiation Oncology; participation in departmental Quality Assurance/Improvement Program; participation and support of clinical trials and national protocols, and assisting with required documentation to support these efforts; participation in strategic planning and technology assessment; implementation, participation, and support of collaborative programs and research with other university departments, especially Biomedical Engineering and Physics, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Department of Radiation Oncology.

Fixed Term or Tenure Track Position Available.

Minimum Qualifications

PhD in relevant discipline from an appropriately accredited institution.

Demonstrated ability to conduct research, and publish and obtain extramural grant support

American Board of Radiology certification in Radiation Oncology Physics, or equivalent

Three to five years relevant Medical Physics experience

Teaching experience with recognition of outstanding teaching ability

Special Instructions to Applicants

East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. In addition to submitting a candidate profile online, please submit online the required applicant documents:

Curriculum Vitae
Letter of Interest
List of Three References (noting contact information)

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