Department of Radiology
Associate Professor/Full Professor
Vice Chair for Faculty Development Opportunity
Washington University School of Medicine's (WUSM) Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) is seeking a Vice Chair for Faculty Development. This individual will lead the Office of Faculty Development at MIR. The office will support faculty development opportunities in the radiology department working closely with section chiefs, division directors, mentorship teams, the department chair, as well as medical school leadership.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Office of Faculty Development will support MIR faculty in becoming successful members of the department by facilitating professional growth and academic advancement.
The office will achieve these goals through development programs to enable faculty productivity, support for mentoring of faculty, assistance in navigating the promotions process, orientation of new faculty to MIR, serving as a liaison to the WUSM Office of Faculty Affairs, and fostering a sense of community among MIR faculty.
The Office of Faculty Development’s responsibilities include serving as a center for faculty wellness, advocating for the needs of the faculty with the department leaders, maintaining regular communication with the faculty through appropriate channels, and participating in faculty meetings. The office will also perform regular faculty needs assessments and collect data on effectiveness of the initiatives lead by the Office of Faculty Development.
Minimum qualifications include MD or MD/PhD at the associate or full professor level, with at least 10 years of academic experience as faculty.
Please apply with a CV, cover letter, and any additional materials.
No end date
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