The University of Connecticut School of Medicine seeks a Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology The Department of Anesthesiology at UConn Health started in 1981 and has a longstanding tradition of supporting the clinical, academic, and research foundation of the department. The department -which sponsors a residency program and fellowship -collaborates and serves as a liaison with a clinical partner who manages the clinical anesthesiology services at UConn Health.
The Chair will work with UConn Health, the School of Medici ne and a clinical partner (who manages the clinical enterprise for the department), and is expected to successfully lead the academic program for the institution - which is the academic hub for 4 major affiliated institutions in Anesthesiology - and lead the department in excellence in education and research endeavors. To accomplish this, the Chair will recruit and mentor those of character into a culture of respect, kindness and professionalism, where teamwork, innovation and work satisfaction thrive, and have oversight of the research and scholarship endeavors of the department. The chair will review the academic performance of members of the department annually, participate in clinical coverage, and have teaching responsibilities for the medical students and the graduate medical education programs. Mentoring and career development of junior faculty arc important components of this position. The chair will also serve as a liaison between the various surgical departments and centers and the enterprise and collaborate with many stakeholders outside the department. This position is a direct report of the Dean of the School of Medicine.
M D, DO, MD/PhD or equivalent required.
Required License/Registration/Certification: Eligible for, or in current possession of, medical licensure in the State of Connecticut and Board certification in Anesthesiology is required.
Interested candidates should apply through the jobs website search number 2021-994. A cover letter and CV should be uploaded through the site: