Assistant / Associate Health Sciences Clinical Professor - Residency Program Director
Residency Director for General Psychiatry Program.
The University of California, Davis, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is recruiting an Assistant / Associate Health Sciences Clinical Professor to serve as Residency Program Director of a growing general psychiatry residency program with 36 approved positions. The department has a longstanding commitment to community mental health services and public psychiatry. The clinical program is distinguished by excellence in clinical experiences serving patients in both the public and private settings. The department also has two combined training programs linked to primary care specialties - Internal Medicine-Psychiatry (10 positions) and Family MedicinePsychiatry (10 positions). The residents evaluate and treat patients from a variety of cultural backgrounds, and the department is committed to social justice, diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism within academic medicine and patient care.
The academic series for this appointment is in the clinician educator series. The faculty member is evaluated primarily based on the quality of teaching and clinical service. Scholarly activities are encouraged but not required.
Residency Program Director responsibilities include but are not limited to program administration; evaluation of residents, faculty, and the program; resident recruitment, selection, promotion, and dismissal; monitoring resident duty hours and work environment; and program licensure and accreditation. In addition to their duties as Residency Program Director, the selected candidate will also provide clinical services and supervise residents in inpatient and/or outpatient settings.
This recruitment is conducted at the Assistant or Associate rank. The selected candidate will be hired at the Assistant or Associate rank, regardless of the proposed appointee's qualifications.
This position is open effective May 7, 2021. Applications should be submitted by June 7, 2021 for initial consideration. However, the position will remain open until filled or May 6, 2022.
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