Medical Physicist
South Western Sydney Local Health District
REQ326084 Requisition #
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How to Apply
To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the selection criteria as thoroughly as possible.

  1. Bachelors degrees in physics, medical physics or equivalent discipline from a tertiary institution in Australia or equivalent from overseas (per National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition, NOOSR, requirements).
  2. A Postgraduate MSc or PhD degree (or significant progress towards the same) in physics, medical physics or equivalent discipline from a tertiary institution in Australia or equivalent from overseas (per NOOSR requirements). The degree must be acceptable to Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM) to meet its postgraduate Training, Education and Assessment Program (TEAP) requirement.
  3. Completion or near completion of the coursework component of the Masters in Medical Physics (or equivalent Graduate Diploma for those undertaking a research postgraduate degree) from an educational institution and course acceptable to ACPSEM for meeting TEAP requirements.
  4. Eligible for associate or ordinary membership of the ACPSEM.
  5. Research experience as evidenced by postgraduate thesis progress or completion, or other relevant publication in a peer reviewed journal.
  6. Evidence of initiative and ability to prioritise amongst competing service requirements, and willing to work flexible work hours (early or late) at times, as required.
  7. Evidence of effective communication skills and ability to work effectively both in a multi-disciplinary team as well as independently.


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For role related queries or questions contact Gary Goozee on (02) 8738 9410 or Gary.Goozee@health.nsw.gov.au


Interview Date Range:  31/08/2022 - 7/09/2022


Additional Information


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