Working at CAMP

If you are seeking a career that elevates value-added work in the pathway of quality patient care and is undergirded by a strong team environment comprised of physicists and dosimetrists with diverse skill sets and experience, then CAMP may have the opportunity for you.

At Colorado Associates in Medical Physics (CAMP), we believe that our strength is our team and that as a group we can combine the skills, expertise, and experience that no one professional can provide individually. CAMP is a full-service medical physics group that supports radiation oncology, diagnostic, nuclear medicine, health physics, and medical dosimetry services across the Rocky Mountain West. At CAMP, we embrace our roles in the pathway of quality patient care and emphasize the initiatives established in Med Phys 3.0.

As a physicist owned and operated company, CAMP strives to provide a workplace environment that is tailored to like-minded professionals to include both work-life balance and benefits that are meaningful to employees. CAMP has its own physics equipment and IT support for employee laptops. Relocation compensation is offered along with a competitive benefits package to include professional time and funding, 401k contributions, fully paid health insurance premiums for employees and immediate families, funded HSA or FSA plans, and more. As a large group, CAMP also offers continual peer review and growth opportunity for its team members, as well as top-quality physics equipment to allow for efficient workflows.

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Current Openings

Entry-level Therapeutic Medical Physicist - Southern Colorado

CAMP is seeking an early-career level medical physicist to regularly support 1-2 clients in southern Colorado with a larger local support system (board eligibility or certification required). These clients operate in full Varian environments and support very active special procedure programs to include both stereo and HDR.

Required Qualifications: 

  • ABR or equivalent certification or eligibility for certification 
  • 2-5 years of strong clinical experience
  • Strong communication skills 
  • Ability to function independently while working as part of a team

CAMP offers a salary based on training and experience with consideration of data from the AAPM Salary Survey ($170,000 - $210,000). Relocation compensation is offered along with a competitive benefits package to include professional time & funding, 401K contributions, fully paid health insurance premium for employees and their immediate families, funded HSA/FSA plans, and more. As a large group CAMP also offers continual peer review and growth opportunity for its team members, as well as top-quality physics equipment to allow for efficient workflows.

COMING SOON: Therapeutic medical physicist position in Denver, Colorado!

Diagnostic Medical Physicist

Colorado Associates in Medical Physics (CAMP) is currently seeking a clinically focused physicist who will perform clinical medical physics tasks in collaboration with a team of imaging, nuclear medicine, and health physicists under the overall direction of our Chief of Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine Physics. 

The candidate will be expected to cover all modalities of diagnostic and nuclear medicine physics including Mammography, MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine, PET, Rad/Fluoro, and Ultrasound.  Experience with ACR procedures, shielding design, radiation safety, and patient dose calculations is preferred.  Any gap in the previously mentioned experience can be bridged with an eagerness and ability to learn as part of our team. Occasional travel outside of the area will be required with travel expenses reimbursed.  

Qualifications:

  • Board Certified or Board Eligible for Part 2 of ABR Diagnostic Medical Physics exam
  • Two years clinical experience
  • Experience in Nuclear Medicine, preferred
  • Experience as Radiation Safety Officer, preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Ability to work as part of an integrated team 

CAMP offers a salary based on training and experience with consideration of data from the AAPM Salary Survey ($145,000 - $210,000). Relocation compensation is offered along with a competitive benefits package (see link above) to include professional time & funding, 401K contributions, fully paid health insurance premium for employees and their immediate families, funded HSA/FSA plans, and more. As a large group CAMP also offers continual peer review and growth opportunity for its team members, as well as top-quality physics equipment to allow for efficient workflows. 

Health Physicist – Colorado Springs, Colorado area

Colorado Associates in Medical Physics (CAMP) is currently seeking a health physicist who will work under the overall direction of our Chief of Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine Physics and will engage primarily in regulatory compliance and staff safety.  The Health Physicist will also act as an interface with state radioactive materials licensing on behalf of radioactive materials licenses that are managed and overseen by CAMP.  The candidate will support Radiation Safety Officers (RSOs) at multiple sites and may also be tasked to servce as an RSO at some sites.

The candidate will be expected to complete activities related to Radiation Safety including, but not limited to, establishing and maintain Radiation Safety Programs, participating in Radiation Safety Committees, oversight and review of ALARA programs, personnel dosimetry, and policies and procedures reviews.  The candidate will also be responsible for activities related to Radioactive Materials, Regulatory and Accreditation agencies and practices, and may complete some Level 1 Medical equipment testing.  Any gap in the previously mentioned experience can be bridged with an eagerness and ability to learn as part of our team. Occasional travel outside of the area will be required with travel expenses reimbursed.  CAMP supplies an array of physics equipment for its employees use.

Qualifications:

  • Graduate of a health physics program awarding a Master of Science degree, with clinical and classroom curriculum and other training or experience such that the total duration of physics study, training and/or experience is at least three (3) years; or completion of a Doctor of Philosophy degree in the physical sciences with residency training / work experience in totaling two (2) years or more.
  • Certification by the American Academy of Health Physics (CHP) or American Board of Medical Physics (MHP). Certification must be achieved within three (3) years of the hire date, or
  • In the examination process of the AAHP or ABMP and making satisfactory progress, with additional supervision as required for the examination process.
  • Experience as Radiation Safety Officer, preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Ability to work as part of an integrated team 

CAMP offers a salary based on training and experience with consideration of data from the HPS and CHP Salary Survey ($80,000 - $160,000). Relocation compensation is offered along with a competitive benefits package (see link above) to include professional time & funding, 401K contributions, fully paid health insurance premium for employees and their immediate families, funded HSA/FSA plans, and more. As a large group CAMP also offers continual peer review and growth opportunity for its team members, as well as top-quality physics equipment to allow for efficient workflows. 

To apply for any of these opportunities, please send your Professional CV and Cover Letter to careers@campphysics.com.