The Psychiatry Department at WRIGHT STATE's Boonshoft School of Medicine is seeking a proven academic and research leader to become the Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP). The CAP Director is one of the key faculty members involved in growing and maintaining the academic, research and clinical presence of the entire department by delivering effective administration, leadership and mentorship. All faculty members enjoy the opportunity for clinical contract and private practice through the auspices of WRIGHTSTATEPHYSICIANS. Candidates should be board eligible or certified in both General Psychiatry and CAP. Academic rank and salary will be consistent with experience.
MD, MBBS or DO degree; Board Certification in Psychiatry and CAP (ABPN); an unrestricted Ohio medical license (current or eligible); and, 3-5+ years combined academic, research and/or medical administration experience with an exemplary scholarly portfolio and supervisory/leadership experience. Previous experience as a Training Director, Division Director, or Director of Medical Student Education or similar, relevant management role. Experience with grant proposals with related research and publications.
Associate Professor level candidates must fulfill all the requirements above, along with at least 5 years' experience as an Assistant Professor with an exemplary scholarly portfolio and supervisory experience. Full Professor candidates must fulfill all the requirements of Associate Professor along with at least 5 years' experience at the Associate Professor level with an exemplary scholarly portfolio and leadership experience.
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Proven leadership and ability to function in a professional, collaborative manner with community stakeholders, faculty peers, medical students and psychiatry residents and fellows. Excellent human relations skills, independent judgment, initiative, planning capability and ability to serve as a model for excellence in research and clinical care. Track record of scholarly activities. Knowledge of relevant clinical skills applicable to research and practice settings.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
70% Division Administration – Direct, strategize and organize the activities of the division; formulate current and long-term program plans with related policies; participate in departmental strategic planning; prepare and present information in facilitating these interactions for decision making; direct the revision of rules, regulations, and procedures to meet changes in law, policy or accreditation; participate in the hiring of relevant faculty and staff; maintain records, prepare reports and compose correspondence relative to the division and its activities; direct the overall program of clinical activities; mentor division members; supervise and participate in residency recruitment efforts; investigate and facilitate funding opportunities for the program and/or related research; meet publication expectations with relevance to the program; Administer current division relationships, support, grants and funding; and, serve as liaison between the Chair, WSU Boonshoft School of Medicine and other community and state agencies.
30% Teaching – Teach and supervise fellows, psychiatry residents and medical students.
Clinical settings in outpatient/inpatient clinics. Academic department and classrooms.
Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
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