Neurocritical Care Division Chief | The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Military Veterans

at HERC- Carolinas

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Vacancy ID: FAC0003359 Position Summary/Description: The Department of Neurology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill is recruiting for the position of Neurocritical Care Division Chief. This position will serve as the academic leader of the Neurocritical Care division. The Division manages 32 neurosciences ICU beds across two hospitals ( UNC Medical Center and UNC Rex in Raleigh) as well as robust training and research programs. A qualified applicant should be a board-certified Neurologist at Associate or Full Professor rank with additional training or substantial experience in providing Neurocritical Care as well as participating in teaching and research in this sub-specialty. The person selected for this position should have experience in academic leadership, faculty and APP recruitment and supporting faculty career development. The Department of Neurology provides a competitive salary and benefits package, as well as vacation and educational time. The successful candidate will join an established team of 5 neurocritical care physicians as well as dedicated APPs. UNC Neurology has a robust Neuroscience Clinical Trials Unit in addition to basic neuroscience and imaging research facilities. The program includes a Neurocritical Care fellowship with 2 fellows per year. The UNC Department of Neurology's faculty and staff are committed to providing high quality comprehensive general and specialty neurological care to the people of North Carolina and the Mid-Atlantic region. The University of North Carolina Hospitals are a public academic medical center operated by and for the people of North Carolina. Its mission is to provide high quality patient care, to educate health care professionals, to advance health research and to provide community service. Education and Experience: The successful candidate must be at Associate or Full Professor rank with additional training or substantial experience in providing Neurocritical Care, as well as participating in teaching and research in this sub-specialty. Experience in academic leadership, faculty and APP recruitment and supporting faculty career development.

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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