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Click here for an example. The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Virginia seeks applicants for a tenure-eligible or tenured faculty position and will lead in the development of a new Division of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery. Further, the appropriately qualified candidate may be eligible to be nominated to an endowed chair. Rank, tenure status, and compensation are dependent upon qualifications. Necessary resources for research, including basic science laboratories, will be provided by the Department, School or the University.
Candidates for the tenure-eligible position must have a medical degree and be board certified or an active candidate for certification by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In addition, the incumbent must have successfully completed (or have successfully completed at the time of hire) a postgraduate training program in OB/GYN and an American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists fellowship (2 years preferred) whose curriculum included the management of abdominal and pelvic pain. A commitment to teaching, research and scholarship is also required as is demonstrated experience and expertise in surgical skills and techniques for complex laparoscopic, open and vaginal cases.
To be considered for the tenured position, candidates must demonstrate excellence in two domains: research, education or clinical care, substantial scholarship of application, synthesis, discovery and a regional or national reputation.
To apply visit https://jobs.virginia.edu (Jobs@ UVa) and search Posting Number 0621564. Complete a Candidate Profile online, attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae and contact information for three references. Applications must be submitted via Jobs@ UVa, we are unable to accept applications from third party sites.
The position will remain open to candidates until filled.
For additional information related to the position, please contact: James E. (Jef) Ferguson, II, MD, Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology via email at email@example.com.
The University of Virginia is one of the nation's leading Universities and cross-grounds collaboration and integration are encouraged. Charlottesville is the quintessential college town.
We recognize the importance of diversity and inclusion in meeting the needs of the populations we serve and in the contributions made to achieve and maintain excellence in our mission areas of clinical service, biomedical sciences education and biomedical research. We are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness. Women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. University Leadership Characteristics: For Thomas Jefferson, learning was an integral part of life. The "academical village" was created around the assumption that learning is a lifelong and shared process, and that interaction between scholars and students enlivens the pursuit of knowledge.
University Human Resources strives to identify applicants who will contribute as high potential employees, leaders and managers. We employ individuals who foster and promote the University mission and purpose. Successful candidates exemplify uncommon integrity; they are honest, trusted, team-oriented and live the core values of the University. These candidates display great judgment, by practicing evidence-based decision-making. They are strategically focused by contributing to and achieving department goals and vision. They set high performance standards and hold themselves accountable by aggressively executing these standards. These employees also develop a deep passion for the University and the impact it has on students, faculty, alumni and community. Successful candidates identify their personal career goals and development opportunities, and as supervisors, help their staff do the same. They contribute to team success by leading talent, through their individual efforts and by leading and developing their teams.