Central West Cancer Care Centre
Permanent Full Time
We are seeking a medical physicist to join our team at Central West Cancer Care Centre. As our Chief Physicist you will have a vision which inspires positive change in others. With your strong leadership and communication skills you will be passionate about collaborating and empowering your fellow colleagues. You will have advanced implementation techniques and are able to commission and calibrate equipment. Ideally you will be full of ideas, defining innovations that will bring us up to date on the latest techniques to improve the quality of integrated health care in regional NSW.
What does this role offer?
- An opportunity to make a real difference in rural health care
- Key part in a leadership group in innovation development
- Achievement of common goals in collaboration with the Cancer Services team
- Plenty of opportunities to implement change and contemporary solutions
- The responsibility and supervision of your own staff
- A tree change and work/life balance
- As a Director Medical Physics Specialist you will also be rewarded with a competitive salary of $204k plus 9.5% super and access to additional salary benefits to increase your take home pay
The Central West Cancer Care Centre (CWCCC) provides a cancer service for both inpatients and outpatients, offering radiation oncology, medical oncology, allied health and supportive care services at Orange Health Service. The CWCCC has multidisciplinary teams and is part of the Western NSW Local Health District. It is supported by the Cancer Care Western NSW Western Care lodge, which provides affordable self-care accommodation for those receiving treatment.
It is the only service of its kind in regional NSW.
Current equipment includes: 2 x Varian linear accelerators, Eclipse TPS operating in a paperless environment utilising Aria for EMR, CT scanner and superficial/orthovoltage unit.
Orange, with a population of 40,000, it is a major regional city with a true provincial feel. Located in Central West NSW, just over 3 hours from the capital and nearby coast lines, it has a regional airport which runs regular flights daily to Sydney, and Monday to Friday flights to Brisbane QLD.
Orange is a popular food and wine region. It has a mild temperate climate with warm summers and cool winters with snowfall. Many health professionals choose Orange as their home as it offers prestigious schooling, affordable housing and land, a lifestyle where you can spend more of your precious time with family and friends, greater opportunities for community involvement, along with employment growth in health care, social assistance, retail, education and training.
In Orange you can enjoy life without the challenges of metropolitan living.
Click "Apply Now" for further information or for a confidential discussion contact Lacey Healey on (02) 6369 3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.