Indiana University School of Medicine Posted Jun 17, 2022

Indianapolis, IN

Assistant/Associate/Professor of General / Surgical Oncology / Acute Care-Trauma Surgery, and General Surgery Residency Program Director

The Department of Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine is seeking a board-certified general surgeon to lead as the Program Director for its General Surgery Residency Training Program, a large, well-established ACGME-accredited training program with national recognition for innovation in surgical education. Candidates would join a department of 130 dedicated faculty members with representation of all surgical specialties. The ideal candidate is someone with a passion for surgical education, teaching, and collaborating with our established surgical education team.

The Residency Program Director has responsibility, authority and accountability for the operations of the General Surgery Residency program, including compliance with all requirements of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and with the Indiana University School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education. Candidates for Program Director must have completed an ACGME-Accredited General Surgery Residency, be ABS board certified in General Surgery and possess requisite clinical, educational and administrative experience beyond residency training.

The Program Director reports directly to the Department Chair of Surgery and the Vice Chair of Education. The position maintains accountability for compliance with policies and procedures including, but not limited to resident recruitment and selection, duty hours, evaluation and promotion of residents, supervision of residents, and disciplinary action. The position also serves as the primary advocate for residents in compliance with Department of Surgery and Indiana University School of Medicine programs and policies. Salary, clinical, and academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

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Basic Qualifications:
General Surgery Faculty Candidates:
• MD or terminal degree required. Must have completed a General Surgery Residency program. Must be a general surgeon that is ABS board certified/eligible. Fellowship trained in special area preferred.

Surgical Oncology Faculty Candidates:
• MD or terminal degree required. Must have completed a complex surgical oncology fellowship in respective specialty. Candidates should be board certified in general surgery.

Acute Care-Trauma Surgery Faculty Candidates:
• MD or terminal degree required. Must be a general surgeon with fellowship training in trauma/surgical critical care or acute care surgery and will be board certified/eligible in surgical critical care.

How to apply

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Indianapolis, IN

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