Eligible Head and Neck Surgeon – Division of Otolaryngology at the Yale School of Medicine

Location: Yale University, School of Medicine, New Haven CT

The Division of Otolaryngology at the Yale School of Medicine is rapidly expanding across subspecialties and across the Yale-New Haven Health Systems. They are currently seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible Head and Neck Surgeon to join our comprehensive and growing team. Applications are invited for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Surgery at the Yale School of Medicine.

Clinical responsibilities include providing patient care at Yale-New Haven Hospital in addition to outpatient clinics. In addition to clinical duties, our faculty members provide educational training to medical students and residents, and actively contribute to our research goals. Applicants should expect to work in a friendly environment with collegial and supportive administration.

We are seeking candidates with an outstanding academic record in research, clinical care and education. Candidates will have exceptional leadership talent and interpersonal skills and the commitment to make important contributions to the field of Otolaryngology. In addition to program planning and development, candidates should also have a strong background in quality assurance, educational and operational issues.

Interested candidates should submit curriculum vitae, letter of interest, and references to:

All application materials should be submitted electronically to: http://apply.interfolio.com/75565

Should you have any questions, please reach out to:

Deb Kieslich, MBA
Division Administrator, Yale Otolaryngology

Phone: 203-737-1578
debra.kieslich@yale.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.

 

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