The Department of Radiation Medicine at the University of Kentucky is seeking a faculty member to provide clinical medical physics support services including machine calibration and quality assurance procedures. This position will be ranked at the Associate Professor level.
Primary responsibilities of this position will be to support the academic and clinical mission of the Department of Radiation Medicine. Specifically, duties will include 1) clinical medical physics support services including patient specific quality assurance and potentially Gamma Knife or HDR; 2) provide didactic and clinical instruction for the department’s medical physics graduate and residency programs and radiation oncology physician residency; 3) provide leadership in developing departmental research activities including conducting mentoring and facilitating high quality original research; 4) maintain active participation in local, regional, and national professional activities.
In addition, this position will be required to assist in development of the new PhD track in the medical physics graduate program.
Please include a Curriculum Vitae along with application.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, and the need to protect our university community including our students, staff, faculty and visitors, the University of Kentucky is requiring COVID-19 vaccination for all new hires prior to starting employment. Therefore, as of October 18, 2021, all new hires prior to their first day of employment must submit appropriate documentation showing, i) completion of the first vaccination against COVID-19, or ii) completion of the full vaccination series against COVID-19, or iii) approved exemption (medical contraindications or a sincerely held religious belief) through the formal exemption process from the COVID-19 vaccination requirement. For those employees who have completed the first vaccination against COVID-19 prior to their first day of employment, the second vaccination (if applicable) must be completed following the vaccination recommended schedule to be considered fully vaccinated.