Master Level Clinical Radiation Oncology Physicist

The Bismarck Cancer Center is seeking a Radiation Oncology Physicist.  The candidate must have an MS degree in medical physics and is board eligible or board certified by the ABR in radiation oncology physics.  The successful candidate will join two board-certified medical physicists (Ph.D. and M.S.).  Experience is preferred but not required.  The salary is negotiable.

Equipment and Procedures:

Linear Accelerators:

  • Elekta Infinity
  • Elekta Synergy

Infinity and Synergy are multi-energy (3 photon) and (5 electron) with Agility (160 MLC) head and are beam matched.

External Beam Therapy:  3D and 4D image-guided IMRT, VMAT, SBRT, and SRS.

CT Simulator:  Philips Big Bore (85 cm diameter) CT with 4D imaging capability.

HDR Brachytherapy:  Elekta HDR brachytherapy unit

Prostate, Breast (Balloon based), Gyn (T & O, and Cylinder)

Treatment Planning Systems:  Pinnacle planning system, MIM image fusion software, Oncentra planning system, Mobius and DoseLab. 

Electronic Medical Record System:  Mosaiq and PACS systems

The Clinical Team:  

  • 3 board-certified Radiation Oncologists
  • 2 board-certified Medical Physicists (Ph.D. and M.S.)
  • Need another Medical Physicist
  • 3 Medical Dosimetrists
  • Radiation Therapists
  • Accelerator Engineer
  • IT/IS Engineer
  • Certified Oncology Nurses
  • Social Worker
  • Nutritionist
  • Massage Therapist
  • Physical Therapist
  • Marketing and Outreach

 

Area:

As the second-most populous city in ND, the Bismarck/Mandan metropolitan population is 129,000 and is in the center of North Dakota.  In 2019, Forbes magazine ranked Bismarck as the seventh fastest-growing small city in the US.  The area offers an outstanding mix of private, and public schools as well as two colleges.  The area is supported by a vibrant energy industry, two major medical facilities, clinics, and a host of technical service companies.  The unemployment rate is the lowest in the country.  This is a stable community with short commutes.  The community offers opportunities to participate in all four seasons, in indoor activities such as tennis, ice skating, and ice hockey; and outdoor activities such as golfing, water skiing, hunting, fishing, cross country skiing, and downhill skiing.  The area hosts a variety of professional sporting events, and cultural events such as concerts, plays, ballet, and symphony.   

Benefits:

  • Health Insurance (BC&BS)
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Paid Time Off (First year 20 days and increases with years of service)
  • Extended Sick Leave (9 days/year accrued up to 120 working days)
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Legal/Identity Protection
  • Supplemental Insurance
  • 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan (5% employer match and fully vested from day one)
  • Employee Wellness Benefits

Bismarck Cancer Center has a Drug-Free Workplace Policy. An accepted offer will require a drug screen, pre-employment background screening, and COVID-19/Influenza vaccinations as a condition of employment.

The Bismarck Cancer Center is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer

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