The Department of Radiation Oncology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center/Seidman Cancer Center, is rapidly expanding and recruiting for full-time clinical faculty to provide services in throughout our vibrant network in Northeast Ohio. Opportunities exist for those seeking leadership, directorial, or exclusively clinical roles.
We are seeking one or more experienced Board Eligible/Board Certified Radiation Oncologists who support our mission in the community. We are committed to high quality radiation oncology practice and continued growth and expansion of our services. Significant experience with IMRT and IGRT for all the major disease types is necessary. Candidates with an interest in National Cancer Institute (NCI)-sponsored clinical trial accrual and leadership are especially encouraged to apply. The candidate will qualify for a faculty appointment at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Our faculty positions offer the unique opportunity to participate in an exceptionally intellectually stimulating, highly integrated practice setting, while providing superb quality radiation oncology care to patients in their home community. The physical facilities and technology available are first-rate and the UH radiation oncology network is one of the strongest, most vibrant in the United States. This network affords the successful great latitude in building his or her career.
Our community radiation oncology centers are fully part of the UH Department of Radiation Oncology and Seidman Cancer Center, both critical components of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of the most highly rated of the nation's 50 NCI designated comprehensive cancer centers.
A competitive package of guaranteed base compensation, bonus structure, benefits, and paid-time-off including vacation and CME/meeting time is available, with exact details dependent upon the experience and qualification of the successful applicant(s). Newly graduating residents and fellows are encouraged to apply, as well as experienced board certified radiation oncologists.
The University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The institution provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities.