Qualifications at the Assistant Professor level include a PhD in Medical Physics, completion of an accredited residency program or equivalent and certification through the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine and less than five years of experience in Medical Physics field. Applicants at this level must present evidence of a strong publication record, indicated by the number, quality and authorship of publications, which should be commensurate with experience, with a commitment to high quality of teaching, as evidenced by involvement in resident/fellow teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate students.
Qualifications at the Associate Professor level include a PhD in Medical Physics, completion of an accredited residency program or equivalent and certification through the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine with five to ten years of experience in Medical Physics field. Applicants at this level must present evidence of a strong publication record, indicated by the number, quality and authorship of publications, which should be commensurate with experience, and, leadership and development of an original research program, evidence of successful teaching and supervision, and evidence of established engagement in the academic community. Demonstrated commitment to the highest clinical standards and highly developed interpersonal, team work, organizational and leadership skills are also required.
This position is subject to the Alberta Health Services – CancerControl Medical Physicists General Terms and Conditions of Employment.
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Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vita, three (3) letters of reference and research interest statement (not to exceed 2 pages) by August 26, 2018 to:
Wendy Smith, PhD MCCPM
Director of Medical Physics,
Tom Baker Cancer Centre
1331 29th Street NW
Calgary, Alberta Canada T2N 4N2
The candidate must be eligible for Licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.
Must read, write and speak English.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and Permanent Residents will be given priority.