Medical Physicist – Icon Cancer Centre Windsor Gardens
- Permanent part-time opportunity
- Friendly and dynamic team environment
- Advance your career with one of Australia’s fastest-growing radiation oncology provider
About the Role:
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist to contribute to the medical physics services at our Icon Cancer Centre in Windsor Gardens, South Australia.
Equipment at Windsor Gardens includes an Elekta Synergy linac with hexapod couchtop, 6MV FFF beam, motion monitoring, 4D Symmetry package, and surface guidance (SGRT). The centre operates with an Eclipse Treatment Planning System in a paperless environment utilising Mosaiq. The centre also has a dedicated CT scanner with 4DCT capability.
The Medical Physicist will assist the Senior Medical Physicist and Regional Medical Physics Lead in providing medical physics support services to the radiotherapy practices operated by Icon Cancer Centre Windsor Gardens. This is a permanent part-time role that reports to the National Director of Medical Physics.
A generous Professional Development package is available, as well as a one-off relocation package (if deemed suitable).
About the person we are going to hire:
The successful applicant will be highly motivated with a positive and enthusiastic attitude. You will be required to take on an integral role in the operational management of day-to-day physics activities at Windsor Gardens and may be expected to offer occasional assistance across all current and future radiotherapy centres. You will also be involved in the development and implementation of new technologies locally and across the Icon Cancer Centre network. A demonstrated ability to perform in a strong multi-disciplinary environment is essential.
- Eligible for listing on the ACPSEM register of qualified medical physics specialists in Radiation Oncology Medical Physics.
- Experience with stereotactic treatments, along with Elekta and Varian equipment.
- Ability to perform routine medical physics tasks including but not limited to routine equipment quality assurance, patient specific quality assurance (e.g. IMRT/VMAT) and treatment planning support.
- Evidence of contributing to/participating in in-house research and development projects.
- Proven ability to work independently to a high level of scientific achievement.
- Demonstrated high levels of communication and interpersonal skills in a multidisciplinary team.
- Capable of self-directed work and possessing excellent problem-solving skills.
Icon Group is Australia’s largest dedicated cancer care provider with a growing reach into Asia and New Zealand. With over 700 employees, our Australian cancer services division is made up of 6 day oncology hospitals, 16 radiation oncology centres and 8 comprehensive centres, integrating medical oncology, haematology and radiation oncology services under one roof. The group also encompasses chemotherapy compounding services and pharmacy, offering a uniquely comprehensive suite of services for cancer patients.
Icon is dedicated to providing exceptional cancer care to communities across Australia. Given the size of Icon, we can provide extensive opportunities within an ideal environment to progress your career, access far reaching opportunities and be part of an innovative market leader at the forefront of cancer care.
For more information, please contact Danielle Mulherin (Regional Medical Physics Lead) Danielle.email@example.com.
Applications close COB, 8th October 2021