Medical Physicist - Saskatoon

Medical Physicist - Saskatoon

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Emplacement :
Saskatoon Cancer Centre, 20 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The Saskatoon Cancer Centre is looking to welcome a newly funded permanent full-time Medical Physicist to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (SCA).

The SCA is looking to grow the Medical Physics Department in support of exciting SRS, SBRT and Interstitial Brachytherapy program expansion. The growing team supports an already active radiation oncology program that includes:
● Treatment of all major radiotherapy sites (brain, head and neck, pelvis, lung, breast, etc.)
● Stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT)
● Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS)
● High dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy
● Total body irradiation (TBI)
● Pediatric radiation oncology programming

Candidates interested in implementing new technology, program development and facility design are encouraged to apply. All applicants must have a postgraduate degree in Medical Physics, or a related field, have completed a CAMPEP accredited residency program (or equivalent) and be eligible to apply for membership with the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine.

We’re pleased to offer competitive compensation to our employees.
• Salary commensurate with experience - up to $215k per year.
• Hiring opportunity at Medical Physicist or Senior Medical Physicist.
• Career progression to Senior Medical Physicist available.
• Individual Professional Development funding provided annually.
• 32 days off per year to start, with increases at 5 and 15 years.
• Generous financial reimbursement for relocating.

The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency provides leadership in health promotion, early detection, treatment and research for cancer. We run two cancer centres, the Allan Blair Cancer Centre in Regina, and the Saskatoon Cancer Centre. Between the two, we give services to around 10,000 patients annually. Our Provincial radiation oncology services account for 2,400 patients annually.

Clinical hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday, facilitating a healthy work-life balance for our Medical Physics team and other staff.

Our equipment includes:
● 3 Varian Linacs - TrueBeam
● Siemens Confidence CT
● Aria RO, Eclipse, Mobius and Velocity software
● Flexitron HDR afterloader and brachytherapy suite
● xStrahl Orthovoltage
● 3D printing program
● MR and PET imaging at the attached Royal University Hospital

• Academic appointment available at the University of Saskatchewan.
• Collaboration with the Department(s) of Medicine, Physics and Engineering Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Western College of Veterinary Medicine.
• Facility access to the Canadian Light Source and Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation.
• Saskatchewan Cancer Agency grant funding opportunities.
• Student supervision opportunities available.

• Known as the City of Bridges, Saskatoon sits on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River that includes an extensive network of parks and trails for walking, running and biking.
• Forests and lakes surrounding the city are ideal for those who like to stay active, enjoy cabin life and the outdoors.
• Contemporary small city know to be a wonderful place to raise a family.
• Ranked as one of the most affordable cities in Canada.
• Typical staff commute times of 15 to 20 minutes.

This position is based at: Saskatoon Cancer Centre, 20 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK

Please don’t hesitate to ask questions about this position. Contact Dr. Gavin Cranmer-Sargison, Director, Department of Medical Physics at

Closing date – Open until filled

Please submit your CV to:
Aleks Kolosnjaji
Human Resource Consultant

We look forward to reviewing your application.

Medical Physicist - Saskatoon
Saskatchewan Cancer Agency