Full-timeEstimated: $54,000 - $68,000 a year
- Research Experience
- Communication Skills
- American Board of Radiology Certification
- Doctoral Degree
Full Job Description
The University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center Department of Radiation Oncology, Division of Medical Physics
and Engineering is seeking a medical physicist to fill an academic faculty
position. Appointment will be commensurate with academic accomplishments
and experience on the nontenured Clinical Scholar Track. The successful
candidate will contribute to the research mission on behalf of the Department.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in medical physics or a related field,
postdoctoral training and a minimum of 7 years working experience in the field
of medical physics. Candidate must be ABR certified in Therapy Physics.
Excellent track record of research and successful funding history in the field
of medical physics is required. Expertise in small animal imaging and irradiation
research is highly desired. The ideal candidate should have strong technical
and communication skills along with commitment to technical and translational
research. The individual sought will participate in the teaching of graduate
students, postdoctoral fellows as well as residents in medical physics and
radiation oncology and will also have 20% clinical physics effort. Personal
attributes such as initiative, problem-solving and teamwork are highly valued.
applicants should apply at https://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu
and should attach a current curriculum vitae.
UT Southwestern Medical Center is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.