Landspitali - The National University Hospital of Iceland is seeking to hire a Medical Physicist

Position: Medical Physicist

Institution: National University Hospital of Iceland

Location: Reykavík, Iceland

Application closes at: Jun 23rd, 2021 07:05


We are looking for a Medical Physicist to join our team at the Department of Radiotherapy. 

The Department of Radiotherapy is the only clinic in Iceland offering radiotherapy. We treat around 750 patients yearly with two Varian TrueBeam linacs and a brachytherapy afterloader. Our purpose is to deliver excellent clinical outcomes with high accuracy radiotherapy. 

We seek an ambitious medical physicist who takes initiative and is comfortable working in a team environment. 

The position is available from September 1st but starting date is negotiable.

Typical tasks and duties

Experience and skills

Frekari upplýsingar um starfið

Laun samkvæmt gildandi kjarasamningi sem fjármála- og efnahagsráðherra og viðkomandi stéttarfélag hafa gert.

Further information about the Hospital

What we offer
We offer competitive salary, flexibility, and better work hours according to new collective agreements. We assist with the process of moving to Iceland, obtaining licences, permits to live and work in Iceland and Icelandic language classes two times per week. 

About the hospital
The hospital, which recently received a universal equal pay certification, is located in Reykjavik, Iceland, one of the most vibrant cities of culture in Europe with outstanding opportunities for outdoor activities at its doorstep.

The hospital provides support services with a range of services related to human resources, finance, information technology and operations. At the hospital there is an employee association that offers discounts on goods and services for employees, as well as renting out cottages and flats in various locations around Iceland for a low cost. The hospital encourages a healthy lifestyle among staff, by offering a healthy selection of food in its modern canteens, as well as actively supporting sustainable and healthy commuting options.

Submissions should include confirmed diploma transcripts, a confirmation by a previous employer regarding previous work, a full CV and a list of contacts for references and other relevant information.

Informal communication and discussions are encouraged, and interested candidates should contact the following for further information: 

Hanna Björg Henrysdóttir, Head of the Department of Radiotherapy, via e-mail: 

Application deadline is June 23th 2021. 

To apply for the position go to our website and please click the dark blue Sækja um starf button. After this you will be able to change the website interface to English, and sign into the Icelandic State Recruitment system.