Radiation therapy jobs in Reno, Nevada and information on what makes Reno, Nevada a great place to live and work!
Reno, known as "The Biggest Little City in the World," is famous for its casinos, and is the birthplace of the gaming corporation Harrah's Entertainment. In an effort to bring more people to the area, Reno holds several events throughout the year, such as Hot August Nights, a classic car convention; Street Vibrations, a motorcycle fan gathering and rally; The Great Reno Balloon Race; the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off; a Cinco de Mayo celebration; the Reno Air Races; and bowling tournaments held in the National Bowling Stadium. Come see all this is more when you take a medical physicist job in exciting Reno, Nevada!
Downtown Reno, especially the "West End," is Reno's most popular area for bars and clubs. Still, most neighborhoods also have their local bars, sports bars, or breweries in the plethora of Reno strip malls. The casinos, Pioneer Center, Bruka Theatre, and the Reno Events Center also provide numerous concerts, plays, and shows as well. Reno has three major bodies of water that provide visitors and locals with opportunities to fish, water-ski and wakeboard, parasail, jet-ski, and of course swim. From casinos to bowling, Reno has it all! How can you pass all this up? Come take a medical physicist job in Reno.
A large 250-bed facility located outside of Reno is looking to add a Physicist to their staff. They are in need of an MS Level, ABR Physicist that is knowledgeable with IMRT and prostate seed implants. You will be part of a team of two other medical physicists that report to the chief physicist.