The University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital are currently recruiting for a full-time physician specializing in Pediatric Ophthalmology to begin on January 1, 2020. This is a 12 month service period position.
This appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, without tenure due to source of funding, and will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
This position will be based primarily at the Seattle Children's Hospital. Candidates will be expected to provide pediatric care, including treatment of consult and emergency patients and surgery, at Seattle Children's Hospital and University of Washington affiliated hospitals, which include UW Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center.
Responsibilities include: clinical care, resident supervision and training in both the outpatient and operating room settings, and teaching of medical students.
The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to scholarship in ophthalmology. Protected time for academic endeavors will be provided.
Internal Number: 64864
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