Vice Chair for Clinical Operations
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Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine is in search of a
Vice Chair for Clinical Operations
The Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) seeks a visionary and highly-motivated board-certified Clinician Leader to join the Department as an Associate or Full Professor for the position of Vice Chair for Clinical Operations.
The Vice Chair will report directly to the System Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine and be responsible for the development and implementation of strategic plans for the patient care mission of the Department in conjunction with Department Chair. The successful Vice Chair for Clinical Operations shall provide oversight, direction, and leadership for the clinical operations of all practices staffed by the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine.
Our Department maintains a thriving clinical practice including: Froedtert and MCW Froedtert Hospital Emergency Department (level 1 adult trauma center); Children's Hospital of Wisconsin (level 1 pediatric trauma center); Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center Emergency Department; Froedtert and MCW Moorland Reserve Health Center (free-standing) Emergency Department; and a series of soon-to-opened, community-based, neighborhood hospital Emergency Departments. Across this myriad of clinical practices, our faculty, fellows, residents, and advanced practice providers (APPs) care for more than 170,000 patient visits each year. Our Department is home to a competitive training program of 30 residents, which attracts top-notch housestaff from medical schools across the nation. Many of our faculty members, fellows, residents, APPs, and staff in the Department are engaged in a host of extramurally-funded, cutting-edge, investigative research. Inquiry in the areas of cardiac arrest and resuscitation, injury, EMS, and others have garnered MCW a reputation as an Emergency Medicine research powerhouse. In fact, MCW is a top National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded, academic Department of Emergency Medicine - helping to catapult us to the forefront of discovery in acute care.
Successful candidates should be residency-trained and board-certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Desired qualities and skills include prior management and leadership experience at Service Chief or Medical Director level in an academic medical center. The candidate should have successful demonstration of operational improvements and innovations in clinical operations. The candidate should have documented academic accomplishments to be appointed at the Associate Professor or Professor level, with or without tenure, at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The candidate should possess professional recognition within national professional and scientific organizations. The candidate should demonstrate ethical conduct, professionalism, clear communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and leadership and management abilities sufficient to effectively lead and develop clinical faculty and staff. The candidate should have considerable knowledge of modern management and leadership principles, practices, and methods. The candidate should will have data-driven decision-making skills and proven proficiency in analysis of operational data with proven ability to manage teams and projects successfully.
The Medical College of Wisconsin offers competitive salaries and benefits commensurate with qualifications .
The City of Milwaukee, home to the Medical College of Wisconsin, offers a rich cultural heritage, diverse vibrant communities, breathtaking landscapes, and the perfect combination of urban, suburban, and rural living.
Please submit a CV, letter of interest, and a list of references to: Ian B.K. Martin, M.D., M.B.A., FACEP, FAAEM, Professor with Tenure and System Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Professor, Department ofMedicine, The Medical College of Wisconsin Medical School at email@example.com.
The Medical College of Wisconsin is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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