CLINICAL SCIENTIST ViewRay
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED ViewRay is seeking an engaging, driven, and passionate individual to support the introduction of adaptive MRI-guided radiation therapy into clinical practice. We?re looking for someone who will embrace new challenges and become part of a team dedicated to excellence. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with the determination and fortitude to approach each problem from multiple angles. This person isn?t afraid to challenge the status quo to achieve success. If you think changing the way medicine is practiced and improving the lives of cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy is important, we?d like to meet you.
This field-based position is designed to greatly improve collaboration between ViewRay and its academic partners as we introduce adaptive MRI-guided radiotherapy into the field of radiation oncology.
The successful candidate will be the information conduit between ViewRay?s research organization and our luminary accounts in the United States, with the objective of furthering the knowledge and use of adaptive MRI-guided radiotherapy.
Define, manage, and support mutually beneficial research collaborations between ViewRay and luminary sites.
Conduct research and testing to further the development of the ViewRay system.
Lead the publication of research articles in the field of adaptive MRI-guided radiotherapy in internationally recognized academic journals.
Investigate new devices and methods for improved therapeutic use of adaptive MRI-guided radiotherapy.
Provide consistent and continuous information regarding the use of ViewRay systems in the field to the research organization, with the goal of continuously improving the product and its utilization.
Provide physics expertise to ViewRay's Product Management, Customer Service, Clinical Development, and Regulatory Affairs groups.
Provide technical and presentation support to the sales organization for site visits, educational events, and trade shows.
Maintain professional contact with industry peers and stay abreast of the state-of-the-art in the field of radiation oncology.
Adhere to internal and external quality processes, codes of practice, and standards.
Support procedure development at luminary sites to achieve adoption of new ViewRay applications.
Provide creative energy that pushes the boundaries of the status quo.
Ability to quickly assimilate new technologies and provide technical guidance and leadership.
Excellent oral and written communication skills directed at broad constituencies in a diverse international community.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a fast-paced team environment.
Willing to work and learn the medical device regulatory environment.
Qualifications and Experience
PhD in physics, medical physics, engineering or similar discipline, with technology development experience.
Hands-on experience with various aspects of production, detection, measurement, safety, and data analysis of radiation.
Demonstrated ability to plan and execute projects.
Proficiency with modern computer operating systems and software tools. Ability to prototype and develop software tools in languages such as MATLAB or C++ to support research activities is a definite asset.
Hands-on experience with MR imaging systems a strong plus.
Radiation oncology background required.
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