Radiation Oncology Medical Physicists, Auckland
Fri Sept. 13th 2019
Applications are invited for full-time permanent positions to join a supportive, friendly and enthusiastic team to perform an active role in a variety of clinical and development activities. We have an established program of complex planning, delivery and imaging techniques (e.g. SRT, VMAT, HIGRT, DCAT and ExacTRAC with Elekta Agility/Versa HD linear accelerators and RayStation TPS) and have many exciting clinical developments planned for the future that include ExacTRAC Dynamic and establishing our satellite centre on the North Shore of Auckland.
As a key member of the team, you will actively contribute to all aspects of radiation physics support including quality assurance, dosimetry, commissioning, advising on treatment planning techniques and contributing to various development projects and research activities. There will be scope to lead and take overall responsibility for various areas of the service (e.g. equipment & dosimetry, QC program, automation).
You must have a postgraduate degree in Medical Physics and be certified with the Australasian College of Physics Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM), or internationally recognised equivalent (e.g. HCPC, ABR, CCPM). We have positions for a variety of experience levels and offer competitive salaries and a variety of benefits including subsidised health insurance and relocation assistance for international applicants.
If you have the desire to improve patient care, enhance the quality of treatments and combine this with the New Zealand lifestyle please reach out for a discussion, or send a cover letter and CV, to Dr Rick Sims, Chief Physicist, at email@example.com
Applications close Friday October 18th 2019
Understanding Your Treatment
The Patient Pathway
We understand you may be anxious about having radiation therapy. Read about the patient pathway and what to expect before, during and after radiation therapy treatment. AT ARO we work closely with your radiation oncologist to develop an individualised treatment plan for each patient.Explore the patient pathway
There are over 200 types of cancer, and each cancer is named after the area the cell came from. Each organ of your body can have several kinds of cancer.
ARO offers a comprehensive range of treatment techniques to suit individual needs. You will receive world-leading treatment at ARO, with the best in diagnostic techniques, technologies and treatment plans based on international best practice.
Our radiation oncologists regularly participate in meetings with other medical specialists (often referred to as Multidisciplinary Meetings or MDMs). This means our specialists understand how best to work with your other specialists so your treatment is absolutely aligned.