Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, an 839-bed regional medical center, is the among the largest acute care public health systems in Florida. With more than 6,000 staff and over 700 volunteers, it is one of Sarasota County's largest employers. A community hospital founded in 1925, Sarasota Memorial is governed by the nine-member elected Sarasota County Public Hospital Board. It is a full-service health system, with specialized expertise in heart, vascular, cancer, and neuroscience services, as well as a network of outpatient centers, long-term care, and rehabilitation among its many programs. Sarasota Memorial is the only provider of Level II trauma services, obstetrical services and Level III neonatal intensive care in Sarasota County.
Sarasota Memorial Health Care System is currently developing a comprehensive cancer program. The Cancer Institute will be built in three phases, which will include a Radiation Oncology Center, an Oncology Tower and an Outpatient Cancer Pavilion. When complete, the Cancer Institute will provide the full spectrum of cancer services with state-of-the-art technology, all centered around the cancer patient. Sarasota Memorial is looking for an experienced, motivated and passionate team to help create a high quality, and patient-focused Radiation Oncology program. To ensure our continued success and outstanding quality, Sarasota Memorial is committed to hiring the most talented team members. We constantly strive to find the most talented staff to help deliver excellence. As we continue to grow to better serve our community, we are seeking:
PHYSICIST, RADIATION ONCOLOGY
This leader has accountability, oversight, and supervises the daily activities of the department, shift or area, and is responsible for providing direction and patient care management of Medical Physics operations including both routine and special radiotherapy treatment procedures, software and equipment maintenance and educational and research activities. The leader provides technical expertise regarding the physics of radiation-producing equipment, performance testing, commissioning and radiation safety and protection. In this role, the leader sets the tone and models positive leadership behavior, while ensuring individual and team work tasks, projects, and responsibilities are completed successfully in support of departmental and organizational goals.
- Require five (5) years of radiation oncology clinical experience, including three (3) years in a supervisory role. - Require a Master's degree in Medical Physics, Physics or related field. - Require American Board of Radiology certification in Radiological Physics or Therapeutic Radiology Physics. - Require Board eligible by the American Board of Radiology. - Require active/current Medical Physicist licensure by the State of Florida. - Require experience with Varian Medical Systems software and equipment, specifically Eclipse. - Prefer a Doctorate degree in Physics, or related field. - Prefer experience in stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS and SBRT) low-dose rate and high dose rate brachytherapy.
For your commitment we offer the following benefit plans and options:
•Medical/Prescription/Dental, Vision Benefits •Flexible Spending Accounts (Health Care and Dependent Care) •Life Insurance •Disability Insurance •SMHC Retirement Savings Plan: 403b with match •Paid Time Off •Child Care •Free Parking •Tuition Reimbursement •and so much more!