Clinical faculty opportunity in nationally-ranked academic orthopedic practice.
Washington University School of Medicine's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery — Shoulder and Elbow Division — seeks a full-time clinical faculty member (assistant or associate professor commensurate with experience), to join our high-volume practice.
- This full-time position offers tremendous opportunity for rapid clinical practice growth, clinical and translational research, and participation in our resident and fellow education
- The successful candidate will play a major role in the development of our expanding clinical practice and will be fully integrated into the academic activities of the department and shoulder
- Washington University School of Medicine enjoys strong brand awareness and has a reputation for providing premier clinical care regionally and
- The shoulder division at Washington University Orthopedics has a national and international reputation for excellence in
- Our specialists work as a multidisciplinary team to evaluate, diagnose and treat a wide array of shoulder conditions — from everyday joint degeneration to the most complex
Academic Instruction: Academic responsibilities include active participation in, and commitment to, orthopedic fellow and resident education, including:
- Clinical training and
- Participating in conferences, journal clubs and related
Research: The faculty member will conduct research (clinical, basic science, translational and/or biomechanics), working with researchers within the department and across Washington University School of Medicine. Our research coordinators have a long history of research contribution.
Education, Experience, and Skills:
Required: All applicants must have completed, or be in the process of completing, a shoulder and elbow fellowship training program. All applicants must be board certified or board eligible, and must be eligible to obtain a permanent Missouri medical license. Additional Qualifications: A dedication to excellence in patient care and teaching, and an interest in clinical, basic science, translational and/or biomechanics research.
CONTACT: Please email a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:
Maggie Reeves, Assistant to: Jay Keener, MD
Division Chief and Fellowship Director, Shoulder and Elbow
For a full job description, visit hr.wustl.edu
About Washington University Orthopedics
Our Mission and Vision
Our mission is to have a national and international impact on orthopedics through excellence in clinical care, education, research and leadership. Our vision is to grow our impact on patients and our community by improving access and outcomes, to train the next generation of orthopedic surgical leaders, and to transform the future of orthopedic care through discovery and innovation.
Washington University provides comprehensive and competitive benefits, including:
- Competitive compensation plus productivity earning potential
- Year-end bonus based on division profitability
- Retirement savings plan
- Work-life balance resources, including family-care solutions for children and dependent adults
- Tuition benefits for employee, spouse and dependent children
- Discretionary allowance for approved professional and education expenses
- Free MetroLink/bus pass
- Free life insurance
- Health, dental, vision insurance
- Health savings (HSA) and flex savings (FSA) accounts
- Long-term disability insurance
- Flex spending plan
For a summary of benefits, visit hr.wustl.edu
Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status.
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