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Medical Physicist Grade 3 - Moorabbin

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre - Melbourne, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin


The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is Australia’s only public hospital solely dedicated to cancer and one of an elite group of hospitals worldwide to have its own integrated cancer research program and laboratories.

Peter Mac boasts a comprehensive range of imaging, planning and treatment equipment distributed across five sites, four city and one regional. This includes CT scanners with 4D imaging capability, PET-CT scanners, 16 linear accelerators, many of which are equipped with kilo-voltage imaging (including cone beam CT). 

The Physical Sciences department at Peter Mac comprises a group of 33 medical physicists (6 in training) and 4 biomedical engineers. The department’s primary role is to provide support for Peter Mac’s radiotherapy services. This includes commissioning and quality assurance of equipment, radiation safety, clinical dosimetry, and planning of specialized treatments such as brachytherapy, stereotactic therapy, whole body irradiation and IMRT. There are many opportunities for clinically relevant research and development. Current multidisciplinary research projects are primarily focused on the clinical introduction of new imaging and treatment techniques.

Currently, we have an opportunity to employ a Radiation Oncology Medical Physicist (ROMP) to work at our Moorabbin site. Applicants are required to have a post-graduate qualification in medical physics. Applicants are also expected to have completed all requirements to fulfil ROMP certification. Preference will be given to candidates on the ACPSEM register. This position will require some out-of-hours duties, which may include weekend work. Flexibility to work at other Peter Mac campuses is also required.

Applicants will be appointed to the position of Medical Physicist, Grade 3 FF9-FF12. Generous salary packaging options are also available.

Enquiries to

David Taylor, Chief Physicist Moorabbin, Telephone (03) 9928 8964 or email david.taylor@petermac.org or

Prof. Tomas Kron, Director Physical Sciences, Telephone (03) 8559 6925 or email


Applications should include a curriculum vitae and names of at least two professional referees.

Melbourne, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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