The purpose of this position is to operate, maintain, manage, and develop new capabilities of the UW Medical Cyclotron Facility (UWMCF). This is the only facility worldwide offering fast neutron therapy for cancer patients and is currently the only facility nationwide supplying Astatine-211 for clinical trials of targeted alpha therapy. This position carries responsibility for operations, maintenance, and upgrades of the clinical cyclotron facility at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC), a unique system capable of producing variable energy beams of protons, alpha particles, deuterons, and 3He with only a few similar installations world-wide. The primary objective is to ensure the facility can safely and reliably deliver particle beams for neutron radiation therapy, isotope production, medical research, and radiation effects testing. The position is also required to develop new equipment, methods, and particle beams in response to changing clinical and research requirements. This position is responsible for all technical and budgetary management regarding the isotope production program, the research beamline program and the Clinical Neutron Therapy System program and directing and technical and support staff in the operation of the facility. This position also oversees Radiation Effects testing efforts and Isotope target design.