We are seeking a candidate at the Assistant/Associate Professor level with graduate medical training in Otorhinolaryngology and/or sub-specialty training in Rhinology-Skull Base Surgery, Laryngology or Otology-Neurotology to assist us in transforming the Division of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery to serve our growing community through multi-disciplinary care and collaboration. General Otolaryngology candidates with AAOA certification will also be considered. By focusing on the core ENT subspecialties and their related sensory functions for human communication, specifically, Otology/Neurotology and the sense of hearing, Laryngology and the voice, Rhinology and the sense of smell/olfaction, we seek to create a vibrant Division of Otorhinolaryngology with a spotlight on Communication Disorders. Additionally, subspecialty “centers of clinical excellence” will be developed for each section to meet our mission of being the region’s most valued surgical health care asset. The division is poised for growth and we are excited to offer this opportunity.
The Division of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery is part of the Department of Surgery within the University of Florida College of Medicine. It is part of UF Health Jacksonville, a not-for-profit tertiary care referral hospital that serves the population of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. It has, 695 licensed beds, 450 faculty physicians, a Level 1 trauma program, 39 accredited residency programs, several research programs and supports approximately 23,685 adult admissions annually. It is part of UF Health, the Southeast’s most comprehensive academic health center, with campuses in Jacksonville, Gainesville, and Central Florida.
Jacksonville is a growing city with a beautiful climate that affords year-round outside activities such as golf, biking, running, and tennis. Superb beaches, the Atlantic Ocean and the St. John’s river provide a host of recreational activities including surfing, boating, and fishing. Theater, major concerts, a vibrant local live music scene and fine arts pair well with the growing culinary scene. Jacksonville is the home professional football and baseball teams and it hosts major professional golf and tennis tournaments annually.
Candidates with an MD or DO degree or equivalent, who have completed Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery residency are encouraged to apply. Fellowship training in Rhinology Skull base Surgery, Laryngology, or Otology-Neurotology is welcome. An interest in ENT allergy and/or AAOA certification is a plus although not required. Candidates must either have or be eligible for medical licensure in the state of Florida.
Academic appointment will be commensurate with training and level of experience; compensation is competitive, benefits are excellent. The search committee will begin to review applications on September 1st, 2023. Applications will be accepted until a robust applicant pool is found. Apply on-line at UF Gator Jobs.
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