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Employment

From time to time, staff positions become available in the Radiation Oncology Department. We encourage you to create an account on Duke Careers and search for positions using the requisition numbers below.
 

Open Positions

Due to the high volume of applicants, please do not contact the hiring managers directly.

  • Assist Research Practice Manager – Requisition 88888
  • Clinical Nurse II – Requisition 1962
  • Medical Assistant, Certified – Requisition 63528
  • Medical Physicist – Requisition 19143
  • Radiation Therapist PRN – Requisition 85930
  • Research Technician II – Requisition 96009
  • Research Technician II – Requisition 20323

Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

URM Summer Research Fellowship in Radiation Oncology, June-Aug 2021

Duke’s department of Radiation Oncology is currently recruiting 1 medical student from an underrepresented in medicine (URiM) background to conduct research in a Radiation Oncology laboratory this summer. The position will offer an in-depth summer research experience with the selected student working in a research lab led by of one of the department’s faculty and will provide an opportunity to shadow in the Radiation Oncology clinic (if allowed by COVID restrictions). In addition to gaining valuable clinical exposure, the successful candidate will benefit from didactic curriculum, discussion sessions and collaborations with other medical students from various departments.

Duke’s Department of Radiation Oncology is nationally recognized for its excellence and is committed to preparing trainees for future investigative careers. Students will train in an environment with state-of-the art facilities, receive structured training in research methodology and career development, and participate in clinical activities related to their area of research. The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellence in previous academic endeavors, commit to full-time (40 hours/week) research for a minimum of 8 weeks (12 weeks maximum) and be a United States citizen or permanent resident. Prior research experience is helpful, but not necessary. The position provides a $6,000 stipend as well as financial support to attend a national meeting to be approved by the department.

If you are interested in applying for this opportunity please complete the following online application: Duke Radiation Oncology Medical Student Research Application (Summer 2021), which includes a request for applicant’s Curriculum Vitae, Undergraduate transcript, Medical school transcript (if enrolled) or letter of acceptance.

Program Director: Allison T. McElvaine, Ph.D.
allison.mcelvaine@duke.edu

Timeline
Application open: April 12, 2021
Application closed: April 30, 2021
Application Reviews: May 1-5, 2021
Selection Notification: May 10, 2021
Program dates: June 2021 through Aug 2021