THISPOSITIONWILLPROVIDELEADERSHIP TO THEDIVISION IN SUPPORT OF THEDIVISIONGOALS.
1.Teaching Faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in the area of Adolescent Medicine. Faculty member will provide guidance and mentorship to Residents and Chief Residents in the area of Adolescent Medicine.
3.Service Faculty member will serve on departmental or School of Medicine level committees when appropriate, as well as professional through journal review, conference presentations, etc.
4.Clinical Faculty member will provide oversight for clinical activities of the division of Adolescent Medicine in support of the clinical mission of CHoR of VCU Healthsystem.
5.Other (for instance administrative duties, etc.) Faculty member will take on administrative duties associated with the role of Division Chief.
Board Certification in General Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, or Family Medicine Open Rank Experience with Adolescents Experience with education of house-staff, medical students, and others Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work with other division chiefs, and the ability to mentor more junior faculty
Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU.
Sub-board and or additional graduate degree Previous experience as a Division Chair or equivalent leadership position Experience with advocacy at local, state, and national level Success in generating revenue (grants/contracts)
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