Career Resources

Whether you are a seasoned medical dosimetrist or just starting your career, the AAMD provides members with the latest employment opportunities and a variety of career related resources to assist you in your search.

Is Hybrid Dosimetry Right For You? 

Check out this newly published document from the AAMD Career Services Committee (CSC) that addresses key attributes and skills needed to be a successfull "hybrid" dosimetrist.


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Explore Career Paths Beyond a Staff Dosimetrist Role

View six different career paths you can follow in the medical dosimetry profession: Proton Dosimetrist, Vendor, Manager/Chief/Sr. Dosimetrist, Research, Locum, Educator.  
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The Value of a Dosimetrist: Insights from RadOnc Professionals 

On February 1, 2022 the AAMD Career Services Committee (CSC) hosted a panel discussion with four RadOnc panelists (Administrator, Physician, Physicist, and Therapist). They gave their opinions and answers to questions like:

  • What qualities do you feel are essential for someone to be a good Medical Dosimetrist?
  • What do you value most about a Medical Dosimetrist on your team?  
  • How do you feel about remote dosimetry?
  • How important is it to be board certified?
  • Does software and equipment experience factor into who you hire?
  • And more!

View full recording or view highlights videoNOTE: This was a members-only event and therefore the full recording is only available for AAMD members.


Additional Medical Dosimetry "Career-focused" Resources

Practice Medical Dosimetry Interview Questions


Released May 2023
Interview Questions - Option to Filter

Thinking About a Career in Medical Dosimetry Education?


Released January 2023

Thinking of Becoming a Proton Dosimetrist?


Released November 2022


So You’ve Graduated, Now What?


Released August 2022

Inside the Mind of a Hiring Physicist


Released August 2021

Questions to Ask on a Medical Dosimetry Interview


Released November 2020


Computer Specs for Remote Dosimetry


Released September 2020

Making Remote Dosimetry Work


Released September 2020

Resume Tips & Interview Tricks


Released May 2020


Visit the AAMD Career Center

Job Seekers: Manage Your Career

  • Search and apply to the best medical dosimetry jobs at institutions that value your credentials!
  • Upload your anonymous resume so employers can contact you, but you maintain control of your information and choose to whom you release your information.
  • Submit your resume for a FREE resume review from resume-writing experts.
  • Receive an alert every time a job becomes available that matches your personal profile, skills, interests, and preferred location(s).
  • Access additional career resources and job searching tips and tools.

Hiring Managers/Employers: Recruit for Open Positions

  • Post your jobs or your institution's jobs where the most qualified medical dosimetrists will find and apply to them.

  • Write a job posting that includes all the right medical dosimetry terminology. Learn how with these Recruiting Dosimetrists Tips.

  • Write a job posting that includes all the right medical dosimetry terminology. Learn how with this Tip Sheet

  • Email your jobs directly to more than 3,400 job seekers via our exclusive Job Flash email.
  • Search the resume database to proactively contact qualified candidates.

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