MD Anderson Cancer Center, Department of Diagnostic Radiology seeks a Vice Chair of Education and Faculty Development. This position will be a term tenure track faculty member with a strong interest in education and a demonstrated background in leadership. The department comprises the Sections of Abdominal Imaging, Breast Imaging, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Neuroradiology Head and Neck Imaging, and Thoracic Radiology. The department is an administrative unit formed to provide broad direction to and coordination of all activities within the discipline of diagnostic radiology. The primary purpose of the Vice Chair of Education and Faculty Development position is to promote excellence in training, teaching and educational scholarship and to oversee the Department of Diagnostic Radiology’s educational initiatives and faculty development programs. The Vice Chair of Education and Faculty Development will work closely with the Department Chair and Section Chiefs to integrate undergraduate and graduate medical educational curricula (residents and fellows) as well as promote programs for faculty development and continuing medical education for faculty, radiology technologists, nurses and advanced practice providers. He or she will be expected to assume an evidence-based leadership role in the department’s educational endeavors and is responsible for the teaching infrastructure (hardware, software, databases) in the department; collaboration with the university, or institutional educational systems and for mentorship and sponsorship of faculty and trainees. This position requires a highly skilled individual with excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills to communicate effectively and to introduce innovative educational programs while serving in leadership activities within the department.
Qualified candidate must have a medical degree, certification in Basic Life Support or Advanced Cardiac Life Support, board eligible or hold board certification by the American Board of Radiology and hold licensure by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners. Candidates must have excellent communication, collaborative and effective mentoring skills and demonstrate commitment and leadership in education. Prior experience in a leadership position in an academic environment and qualify for an appointment at the level of Associate Professor or Professor. This includes five years experience as Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (or equivalent) or 10 years post clinical degree.
MD Anderson Cancer Center offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits, including a relocation package.
Interested applicants should send a copy of their curriculum vitae to:
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