Medical physicists combine knowledge of physics with experience and an understanding of the human body and health to help treat patients, particularly in niches such as radiology. Medical physicist job openings can be hard to fill because these positions require such a specific skill, education, and knowledge set — which is good news for anyone who has those things. Qualified healthcare professionals can command competitive salaries, and if you're willing to look into travel physicist job opportunities, that's even truer.
Club Staffing works with allied healthcare professionals to find attractive assignments across the nation. Put your skills and expertise to work saving patients in a new state, and then, enjoy exploring attractions, unique landscapes, and different cultures on your day off. Whether you're interested in camping and hiking or nightlight and fine dining — or anything in between — life as a traveling medical physicist can get you there.
What is the Salary of a Medical Physicist? $5,500-$7,000/week
These jobs are extremely niche and require a lot of specialization, so it's no surprise the average medical physicist's job salary is very competitive. But as an allied traveler, your medical physicist's salary can be even higher. Working through Club Staffing, for example, you can earn up to $7,000 per week while on assignment, not mention full benefits!
A solid salary and the opportunity for adventure aren't the only reasons to take on travel medical physicist jobs, though. Club Staffing provides benefits options for all of our travels. Benefits include but aren't limited to:
- Free housing or a stipend to cover housing expenses
- Health coverage and life insurance
- Retirement benefits, including 401(k) plan options
You also get to work with experienced recruiters who can help you line up your next assignments and shepherd your career in the direction you desire.
Medical Physicist Job Description
- Maintains and troubleshoots medical imaging equipment to ensure scans are conducted accurately for precise diagnosis
- Conducts research for new treatment strategies
- Studies how radiation affects the body
- Develops improvements for safety protocols
- Constructs patient treatment plans and oversees delivery of plan
Medical Physicist Settings
A traveling medical physicist can typically find assignments in any setting where professionals work in more traditional roles in this career. Some common settings include hospitals, outpatient clinics, doctors' offices, and other healthcare facilities.
Disclaimer: Job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
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