LANDAUER has three available positions in our two-year CAMPEP-Accredited Radiation Oncology Physics Residency beginning July 1, 2018. The current year’s positions will be based in Charlotte, NC, Houston, TX, and Newnan, GA.
The residency trains those who want to pursue a career as a clinician in community practice. The program offers training with a diverse set of equipment and treatment modalities in addition to an educational experiences in small, private practice therapy centers to large hospital-based departments. Through the LANDAUER network, residents have extraordinary opportunities to participate in less commonly performed activities, such as equipment commissioning.
Applicants must have obtained a graduate degree from a CAMPEP-accredited medical physics graduate program. Eligible candidates will have completed their graduate requirements no later than June 30, 2018 and be able to begin work on July 1, 2018. Preference will be given to individuals with a terminal Master of Science degree.
Applications must have submitted through the AAPM Common Application Program no later than December 31, 2017. Applicants are encouraged to submit early as the number of eligible candidates is expected to exceed the number of interviews granted. The screening and interview process will begin prior to the deadline. Click here to access the AAPM Residency Common Application (CAP) page.
Required to Apply: Candidates must have the necessary paperwork to work in the United States.
LANDAUER currently has two residents in the second year of the Residency Training Program and four residents in the first year.