Addiction Medicine Fellowship Director
The Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School is recruiting for a Program Director of its Fellowship in Addiction Medicine.
We are looking for an enthusiastic addiction psychiatrist to lead our fellowship program and expand its academic portfolio and clinical services.
In addition, we are seeking full-time psychiatrists to join our team in inpatient, emergency, and consultation services. We are looking for colleagues who share our commitment to diversity, medical education, and the urban communities we serve.
This is an outstanding opportunity to be part of an innovative, thriving, and growing department. Faculty positions are particularly well-suited for early career psychiatrists with an interest in academic psychiatry. Rutgers NJMS has a culture of mentoring the new generation of leaders in the field and strongly supports faculty members’ professional development.
Successful candidates will actively participate in clinical care, medical student teaching, and graduate medical education, and will have the opportunity to engage in research and other scholarly activities. Candidates must be able to obtain a New Jersey medical license and be board certified or board eligible. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.
Rutgers NJMS is located within an easy commute from Manhattan and many attractive New Jersey communities with excellent school systems. Our competitive compensation package include comprehensive health care, generous retirement savings, and 26 paid vacation/personal days
Interested candidates should send their CV to the attention of the Department Chair, Petros Levounis, MD, MA, at PetrosLevounis@Rutgers.edu. We are an AA/EEO employer.
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