Medical Physicist G1

Job posted: 14/02/2020
Applications close: 06/03/2020 (Midnight)
8 days remaining

8 days remaining

Job Description

Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan

Job type: Not provided

Organisation: Austin Health

Salary: Salary not specified

Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Research

Reference: 32235

Reference: 32235

Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Research

Salary Range: Salary not specified

Work location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan

Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist : Registrar

Austin Hospital
Full Time opportunity

Radiation Oncology Team at Austin Health

 Austin Health Radiation Oncology at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre (ONJ Centre) is committed to providing a service that embraces new technology, new techniques and new ways of treating each patient so that the best outcome can be achieved. We’re a team of technologically driven health professionals encompassing radiation oncologists, radiation therapists, medical physicists underpinned by allied health, nursing and administrative support services to ensure we deliver the best care available; efficiently and focused on the needs of  each individual patient.  Our team is constantly working with referrers, researchers and consumers to improve patient outcomes through evidence based processes and new and innovative technologies. Demonstrating this is the current project underway to commission an Elekta Unity MR Linac and 1.5T Philips Ingenia Ambition MRI for RT Simulation supporting a full MRI workflow for radiotherapy patients.

The role

Austin Health is seeking an enthusiastic Physics Registrar to complement join our Physics team at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness centre.

This is a trainee position. Graduates with MSc/PhD and current TEAPs are encouraged to apply.

Training and duties will cover all aspects of clinical radiation oncology physics with opportunities, and expectations, for the successful applicant to take an active role in clinical and research pursuits. 

Strong communication skills are key to performing well in this post, as is the ability to meet deadlines, to be flexible and to work well within a team. Attendance at conferences, training and workshops aligned to TEAP outcomes will be supported.

 Major equipment within the radiotherapy centre includes 3 Elekta linacs; 2 dedicated CT simulators, Elekta Monaco RTPs, Flexitron HDR Brachytherapy, WoMed T-200 SXRT/DXRT & the Mosaiq Information management system.  We are currently installing a Unity linac and dedicated MRI Ingenia for radiotherapy simulation.


Applications via the Austin Online Careers portal at www.austin.org.au/careers

Addressed to:

Dr. Kym Rykers

Medical Physics Manager

ONJ Centre & BAROC

145 Studley Road; Heidelberg, 3084



 Selection Process & Appointment Timeline

Shortlisting for interviews will be based on a review of application covering letter, CV and statement addressing the key selection criteria.

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Kym Rykers - (03) 9496 2062
kym.rykers@austin.org.au - (__) ____ ____

Medical Physicist G1