Executive Opportunities

Jordan Search Consultants actively recruits top talent for organizations throughout the United States including Integrated Health Systems, Medical Groups, Academic Institutions, IPAs, ACOs, HMOs, Health Plans, and Nonprofits.

Please find below a current list of our higher education and healthcare executive opportunities.

Endowed Scientific Chair of the Arms + Hands Lab — Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

Endowed Scientific Chair of the Arms + Hands Lab

‘Lead a Lab with No Boundaries’ and join the No. 1 ranked Rehabilitation Hospital in the U.S., the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) as the Endowed Scientific Chair of the Arms + Hands Lab, a newly created position. Be part of an organization that is changing the paradigm of rehabilitation medicine at the cutting-edge Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, a state-of-the-art prototype for the future, open in March 2017, which will embed researchers and clinicians together – side-by-side – to innovate for the future.

Reporting to the Chief Scientific Officer, the Endowed Scientific Chair will provide leadership to the scientific teams establishing the road map to realize RIC’s vision to Advance Human Ability.  His/her objectives are to facilitate clinically meaningful research and apply state-of-the-art scientific principles that improve patient function, specifically in the areas of complex arm/hand and reaching skills.  Furthermore, this leader will work in a highly collaborative environment which will determine research themes, provide guidance and technical expertise with the Clinical Chairs of all five Innovation Centers.  The Endowed Scientific Chair will create synergy among investigators and clinicians in the Arms + Hands Lab that will speed discovery and ensure clinical adoption of discoveries. Researchers and Clinicians will focus on the advancement of hand function and movement, body and upper-limb coordination, strength, reaching and hand control (including finger manipulation).  The Endowed Scientific Chair will collaborate with Northwestern University along with other key academic institutions.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Develop strong research vision encompassing innovative approach to solving problems for patients with loss of function in the arms and hands; must also be able to articulate and communicate the vision broadly.
  2. Provide leadership to Arms + Hand Lab, accountable for overall success and effectiveness of entire Lab (as well as for his/her own research pursuits).
  3. Provide scientific guidance and experimental advice related to arm and hand function in medical conditions resulting in loss of complex hand/arm and reaching skills.
  4. Oversee research of principal investigators focused on complex hand/arm and reaching skills.
  5. Recruit, hire, mentor and develop highly qualified staff with expertise in lower-body function, and who are capable of guiding research consistent with RIC’s Vision.
  6. Provide scientific leadership to RIC investigators in Arms + Hands Lab; mentor young researchers and integrate them into ongoing research being performed by more senior investigators.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Doctoral degree in relevant field, e.g. physiology, biomechanics, motor control, exercise physiology, biomedical engineering, neural engineering or others.
  2. University faculty appointment of Associate Professor or higher.
  3. Minimum of ten years’ experience running and growing a large research lab or research group.
  4. Proven ability to develop and lead a large, complex, multi-dimensional team that are quality- and outcome-oriented and patient-care-service driven.
  5. Proven success competing for federal grants, such as VA, DOD, NIH and NICRR agencies, funding level of approximately $500,000-$1,000,000/year.
  6. Substantial publications, demonstrating leadership in field, establishing credibility and engendering confidence in junior and senior scientists; publication threshold of approximately 100 research reports.

Join our team at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab!

To apply, please forward a CV, letter of interest and reference JC102 or to receive a complete position description, please contact: Kristin Koppen, Vice President of Executive Search, Jordan Search Consultants at kkoppen@jordansc.com or by phone at 866.750.7231 or by mail: 113 Church Street, O’Fallon, MO 63366.

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Endowed Scientific Chair Legs + Walking

Position Description

Overview

The focus of research and intervention in the Legs + Walking Lab is on trunk and pelvis stability, positioning and control of the hips, knees and ankles, as well as stepping and propulsion. The pursuit of new therapies may include the application of technology, biological materials and pharmacological and other therapies specific to neural action — which together promise the most exciting and hopeful advances available to enhance locomotion, gait and walking.

The Legs + Walking Lab is designed for patients and research subjects who would benefit from a stimulating and robust environment in pursuit of complex skills. This Lab will provide care and research for patients with diagnoses affecting lower-body function resulting from brain injury, spinal cord injury and diseases of the nerves, muscles and bones. Researchers and clinicians will focus on the advancement of trunk, pelvic and leg function, movement, coordination, strength and balance.

The Endowed Scientific Chair of the Legs + Walking Lab provides leadership to the scientific teams establishing the road map to realize RIC’s Vision. His/her objectives are to facilitate clinically meaningful research and apply state-of-the-art scientific principles that improve patient function, specifically in the areas of locomotion, gait and walking. The Endowed Scientific Chair establishes research themes, provides guidance and technical expertise in collaboration with the Clinical Chairs of all Innovation Centers. The Endowed Scientific Chair is expected to create synergy among investigators and clinicians in the Legs + Walking Lab that will speed discovery and ensure clinical adoption of discoveries.

The Endowed Scientific Chair is expected to have current knowledge of all state-of-the-art research methods and approaches that are relevant to the Legs + Walking Lab. Investigational and experimental approaches explored should include experimental electromyography, movement analysis, kinetic analysis, biomechanics, sensor technologies, brain and/or other imaging, brain physiology, musculoskeletal physiology, experimental biologics, experimental pharmacotherapeutics, and emerging technologies and use of smart devices.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Develops strong research vision encompassing innovative approach to solving problems for patients with loss of function in the lower body; must also be able to articulate and communicate the vision broadly. Vision must be consistent with and complementary to RIC’s Vision, which includes the integration of science/research, where possible, within the clinical milieu.
  2. Provides leadership to Legs + Walking Lab, accountable for overall success and effectiveness of entire Lab (as well as for his/her own research pursuits).
  3. Recruits and directs productive research, focused on patient problems associated with Legs + Walking Lab. This responsibility includes recruiting and overseeing success of other principal investigators and their labs in the work of applied research (includes influencing and overseeing growth of federal grant funding).
  4. Partners with Clinical Chairs to ensure that clinicians are intimately involved in defining patient needs, which will drive scientific research.
  5. Provides scientific guidance and experimental advice related to locomotion, gait and walking in medical conditions resulting in loss of lower-body function (e.g., brain injury, spinal cord injury and diseases of the nerves, muscles and bones).
  6. Oversees research of principal investigators focused on lower-extremity functions such as walking, running, standing, sitting and balance.
  7. Partners with Clinical Chairs (of Innovation Centers) through close collaboration in order to:

a. Establish research priorities.

b. Ensure that scientifically validated innovations, including treatments and devices, are quickly adopted into clinical practice.

c. Ensure that appropriate instruments and methods are in place to measure lower-body functions such as locomotion, gait and walking.

d. Ensure that clinical innovation and practice are supported and informed by appropriate research methodology.

e. Ensure that activities of the Lab are driving real, validated improvements in patient outcomes.

  1. Remains abreast of state-of-the-art research methods used around the world in areas relevant to Legs + Walking Lab.
  2. Serves as member of the Ability Index/Outcomes “swat initiative” team responsible for driving the process, metrics, analysis and reporting; owns influence over the Ability Index domains that reflect leg function and locomotion.
  3. Creates synergy among investigators in Legs + Walking Lab to maximize research productivity and quality.
  4. Actively participates in key research committees throughout hospital, chairing when appropriate.
  5. Liaises with all other Scientific Chairs to guarantee synergy and best practices throughout hospital.
  6. Recruits, hires, mentors and develops highly qualified staff with expertise in lower-body function, and who are capable of guiding research consistent with RIC’s Vision.
  7. Provides scientific leadership to RIC investigators in Legs + Walking Lab; mentors young researchers and integrates them into ongoing research being performed by more senior investigators.
  8. Provides operational leadership to maximize appropriate use of Lab scientific equipment and personnel.
  9. Tracks research productivity (grants, publications, laboratory space) of all RIC investigators in Legs + Walking Lab; provides monthly research productivity reports to Chief Scientific Officer.
  10. Develops and tracks annual and long-range research budget for Legs + Walking Lab, including all relevant grant funds, endowments and philanthropic accounts.
  11. Implements leadership strategy cultivating collaborative, professional, creative work environment to stimulate inquiry, scientific method and continuous quality improvement.
  12. Advances RIC’s academic mission by creating exciting teaching environment, maintaining strong relationships with appropriate local, national and international academic institutions and professional organizations.

Reporting Relationships

  1. Reports directly to Chief Scientific Officer, with dotted-line/matrix reporting to Chief Medical Officer.
  2. Responsible for researchers within Legs + Walking Lab.
  3. Active member of the “Ability Index Steering Council” (name TBD).
  4. Active member of “Clinical Research Integration Council” (name TBD) led by Chief Scientific Officer and Chief Medical Officer.

Professional and Interpersonal Characteristics

  1. Established scientific leader in field relevant to Legs + Walking Lab; proven thought leader in field.
  2. University faculty appointment of Associate Professor or higher.
  3. Outstanding interpersonal skills, including proven ability to communicate effectively with scientists and clinicians working in fast-paced, fluid environment.
  4. Proven ability to recruit senior scientific leaders to bring their novel work/join the momentum in Legs + Walking Lab, and to support their integration and success.
  5. Proven ability to mentor both junior and senior scientists.
  6. Ability to think creatively in applying scientific principles to measurement of human lower body, especially with respect to clinical problems.
  7. Affinity for and/or experience with human-subject research.
  8. Comfortable operating in clinical environment, including demonstrated professionalism, environment-specific vocabulary and patient management.
  9. Demonstrated leadership in medical research programs that include both basic scientists and physicians.
  10. Willingness and ability to fulfill RIC Vision of fully integrating scientific and medical disciplines.
  11. Current knowledge of all state-of-the-art research methods and approaches relevant to Legs + Walking Lab.

Qualifications

  1. Doctoral degree in relevant field, e.g., physiology, biomechanics, motor control, exercise physiology, biomedical engineering, neural engineering or others.
  2. University faculty appointment of Associate Professor or higher.
  3. Outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written.
  4. Minimum of ten years’ experience running and growing a large research lab or research group.
  5. Proven ability to develop and lead a large, complex, multi-dimensional team that is quality- and outcome-oriented, patient-care-service driven
  6. Proven success competing for federal grants, such as VA, DOD, NIH and NIDRR agencies; funding level of approximately $500,000 – $1,000,000/year.
  7. Substantial publication, demonstrating leadership in field, establishing credibility and engendering confidence in junior and senior scientists; publication threshold of approximately 100 research reports.
  8. Publication in relevant basic science and clinical journals such as Journal of Biomechanics, Journal of Orthopaedic Research, Journal of Gait and Posture, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Journal of Neurophysiology and Journal of Physiology (London).
  9. Proven ability in translational research, providing specific examples of basic science applied to addressing clinical problems.
  10. Experience with and knowledge of fundraising; demonstrated experience in donor cultivation activities.

To apply for this position, contact Jordan Search Consultants at 866-750-7231 or email us online.

Chief of Medicine/Psychiatry – Southern Illinois University (SIU) – Springfield, Illinois

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Department of Internal Medicine
Chief – Division of Medicine and Psychiatry

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine is seeking an experienced and accomplished leader to serve as Chief of the Division of Medicine Psychiatry.  This position reports to the Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine and requires board certification in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry, an academic record of accomplishment, commitment to education and research, and demonstrated administrative and leadership abilities.

The Department of Internal Medicine is committed to the mission of the School of Medicine to assist the people of central and southern Illinois in meeting their health care needs through education, patient care, research and service to the community.   Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is located in Springfield, Illinois, a historic Midwestern city of 120,000 that serves over 2 million people.   Founded in 1970, SIU has received national and international recognition for innovation in medical education and offers a welcoming environment for dedicated clinicians who love to teach.  Memorial Medical Center and St. John’s Hospital, both 500-bed community hospitals, serve the community and are teaching sites for SIU SOM.  In May 2015, Memorial Medical Center opened the new Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, expanding SIU’s vision to be a national leader for excellence in healthcare learning through skills training and simulation labs.

Highlights of the position include:

  • Opportunity to be part of the growth and development of a dynamic division and set the strategic direction for the future of Medicine and Psychiatry.
  • Responsible for implementing programs to serve the mission of Southern Illinois University.
  • Ideal position for experienced leader, highly skilled in building relationships.
  • Collaborative environment with full support of position from University and community hospitals.
  • Opportunity to foster research and scholarly activity by faculty members, residents and students.
  • A highly competitive salary, excellent benefits package and University funded malpractice plan.
  • Great work/life balance in Springfield, IL, a “Top Places to Live” community. Family oriented neighborhoods, excellent schools, affordable housing and abundance of cultural and recreational activities.
  • Easy access to metropolitan amenities in Chicago and St. Louis.

Qualifications:  Must have a MD or DO degree and be board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Licensed or eligible for licensure to practice medicine in the state of Illinois.  Demonstrated leadership in teaching, scholarship and development of clinical programs.  A record of innovative and effective administration and fiscal leadership.  Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills are essential.   Established credentials in research are necessary for appointment at the full professor level.

For full consideration: A letter of interest and curriculum vitae should be directed to the executive search firm:

Jordan Search Consultants c/o Matt Jordan by email, mjordan@jordansc.com; by phone, 314.299.7222; or by mail to Jordan Search Consultants, 113 Church Street, O’Fallon, MO 63366.

 

 

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is an EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled employer

Chief of Rheumatology – Southern Illinois University (SIU) – Springfield, Illinois

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Chief, Division of Rheumatology
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Springfield, Illinois

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois is seeking an experienced and accomplished Rheumatologist to lead the Division of Rheumatology.  Reporting to the newly appointed Chair of Internal Medicine, John Flack, MD, this is an exciting opportunity to expand and enhance an academic Rheumatology division that is vital to improving the health of the people and communities of central and southern Illinois.

The Department of Internal Medicine and Division of Rheumatology is committed to the mission of the School of Medicine to assist the people of central and southern Illinois in meeting their health care needs through education, patient care, research and service to the community.  Founded in 1970, SIU has received national and international recognition for innovation in medical education and offers a welcoming environment for dedicated clinicians who love to teach.  Memorial Medical Center and St. John’s Hospital, both 500-bed community hospitals, serve the community and are teaching sites for SIU SOM.  In May 2015, Memorial Medical Center opened the new Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, expanding SIU’s vision to be a national leader for excellence in healthcare learning and innovation through skills training and simulation labs.

Highlights of the position and area include:

  • Provide leadership, support and mentoring for the Division faculty.
  • Work with Department and Division staff to expand and develop the Division to include the recruitment of new faculty, identification of new funding sources for faculty and staff salaries and development of new programs.
  • Supervise and oversee educational programs for medical students and resident physicians.
  • Participate in and/or oversee research and scholarly activities by faculty members, residents and students.
  • A competitive salary, excellent benefits package and University funded malpractice plan.
  • Springfield offers family oriented communities, excellent schools and affordable housing.
  • Easy access to metropolitan amenities in Chicago and St. Louis.

Qualifications:  Must be board certified in Rheumatology and board certified in Internal Medicine strongly preferred. Licensed or eligible for licensure to practice medicine in the state of Illinois.  Demonstrated leadership skills in academia. Excellent skills in interpersonal relationships, collaboration, and program development are essential.  Experience in quality improvement initiatives, outcomes research, and population science are highly desirable.  Established credentials in research are necessary for appointment at the full professor level.

For full consideration: A letter of interest and curriculum vitae should be directed to the executive search firm:

Jordan Search Consultants c/o Sheila Bixler by email, sbixler@jordansc.com; by phone, 636.294.6082; or by mail to Jordan Search Consultants, 113 Church Street, O’Fallon, MO 63366.

Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled

Chief of Gastroenterology – Southern Illinois University (SIU) – Springfield, Illinois

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Chief, Division of Gastroenterology
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine 
Springfield, Illinois

The Department of Internal Medicine at Southern Illinois University SOM (SIU SOM) seeks a Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology to direct and expand the Division’s clinical, research, and teaching programs. Institutional commitment to academic gastroenterology exists. There is also the intent to develop a state-of-the-art regional GI diagnostic and treatment center with affiliated hospital. There is ample opportunity to grow the Division in the direction of the new division chief’s vision and plan.

Founded in 1970, SIU SOM has received national and international recognition for innovation in medical education and offers a welcoming environment for dedicated clinicians who love to teach. Memorial Medical Center, a 450-bed community hospital is teaching site for SIU SOM. In May 2015, Memorial Medical Center opened the new Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, expanding SIU’s vision to be a national leader for excellence in healthcare learning and innovation through skills training and simulation labs.

Springfield, IL is a charming Midwest community conveniently located in Central Illinois just 200 miles south of Chicago and approximately 90 miles north of St. Louis. The population of Springfield proper is 120,000 inhabitants, with an additional 125,000 in the surrounding communities.  The city offers an excellent public school system as well as Lincoln Land Community College, the University of Illinois at Springfield and several technical and business schools.  Recreation is abundant, with hiking, horseback riding and biking just minutes away.  Boating, swimming and water skiing is seasonally available at beautiful lake Springfield, located on the southern outskirts of the city (15 min. from the medical center). There is a rich artistic community, as well as, several large theater groups. The Sangamon auditorium offers regularly scheduled operas, plays and symphonies.  Transportation to and from Springfield could not be better. The city is conveniently located off I-55 which connects Springfield to both St. Louis and Chicago. The city operated airport services major carriers such as United Express and ATA. Additionally, the Amtrak station is located in the heart of the city, approximately 5 minutes from the medical center.  Don’t let Chicago’s harsh winters alarm you, Springfield is not affected by the great lake effect, hence our local weather conditions are surprisingly pleasant!

Qualifications:  Must be board certified in Gastroenterology and board certified in Internal Medicine strongly preferred. Licensed or eligible for licensure to practice medicine in the state of Illinois. Demonstrated administrative and leadership skills and a record of academic, scholarly accomplishment or administrative accomplishments in one or more areas including extramural grant funded research (clinical, translational or basic), high level scholarship, exemplary teaching prowess/curriculum development, and/or healthcare policy.   Established credentials in research are necessary for appointment at the full professor level.

For full consideration: A letter of interest and curriculum vitae should be directed to the executive search firm:

Jordan Search Consultants c/o Sheila Bixler by email, sbixler@jordansc.com; by phone, 636.294.6082; or by mail to Jordan Search Consultants, 113 Church Street, O’Fallon, MO 63366.

Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled

Chief Executive Officer — Springfield Clinic — Springfield, Illinois Just filled!

Chief Executive Officer
Springfield Clinic, Springfield, Illinois

Springfield Clinic

Founded in 1939 by five physician partners, Springfield Clinic was one of the first multi-specialty medical clinics to form in downstate Illinois. Through numerous regional mergers and successful physician recruitment, Springfield Clinic became and remains one of Illinois’ largest physician-led, multi-specialty clinics.

While Springfield Clinic has grown in size, the same dedication to patients, commitment to quality and spirit of innovation remain present at Springfield Clinic more than 75 years later. Today, Springfield Clinic’s mission is to provide the highest quality health care to the people of central Illinois and the doctors of Springfield Clinic continue to lead the way in the delivery of quality care.

With more than 400 physicians and advanced practitioners, Springfield Clinic delivers care in 80+ medical specialties and sub-specialties, complemented by a full scope of ancillary services including Radiology, Lab, Dietetics & Nutrition, Rehabilitation Services, Behavioral Health, Audiology, Infusion Therapy and a state-of-the-art Ambulatory Surgery & Endoscopy Center. Our network of care includes more than 40 medical offices that support well over one million patient encounters each year.

Springfield Clinic is nationally recognized for its quality, innovation and patient communications. For more than two decades, Springfield Clinic has received the highest marks possible from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Our primary care offices have achieved Level 3 PCMH status and Springfield Clinic’s Center for Women’s Health was the first specialty practice in Illinois to achieve Level 3 PCSP status.

Springfield Clinic currently employs more than 2,000 clinical and administrative staff members equally committed to leadership in quality, service and technological achievement.

Please visit www.springfieldclinic.com for additional information.

Springfield, Illinois

The capital city of Illinois is located on U.S. Route 66 and is a thriving community with an area population of 190,000. Springfield is home to the world-renowned Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, along with several other historical sites. The 4200-acre Lake Springfield provides 57 miles of waterfront shoreline. In addition, family oriented communities, excellent educational programming, multiple universities, wildlife sanctuaries, zoo, numerous hiking and bike trails, water park, 9 public golf courses and several country clubs have led to Springfield being named one of America’s “Top Places to Live.”

Chief Executive Officer Profile

Springfield Clinic is seeking a CEO that will take them to the cover of Modern Healthcare as a prominent physician led independent multi-specialist group. This executive will have a history of demonstrated leadership capabilities, proven track record of achievements, a strong work ethic, and demonstrated ability to conceptualize key healthcare trends to champion change. Reporting directly to the Springfield Clinic Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for managing the non-physician, financial and physical resources of Springfield Clinic in order to help partners, physician associates and Clinic employees find professional and personal satisfaction in providing quality healthcare to the community while working in a pleasant and harmonious environment and achieving sensible financial success.

The CEO is committed to lead the organization’s mission to provide the highest quality in healthcare to the people of Central Illinois. The mission is supported by four core values:

  •  Excellence in all that they do
  •  Honesty and integrity
  •  Fairness in their treatment of patients, employees, partners and referring physicians
  •  Passion for the practice of medicine and compassion for those they serve

The CEO will have a regional outlook and a vision to move the entire community forward, not just individual entities. By seeking collaboration with current partners and bringing additional prospective partners to the table, the CEO will help lead a big picture approach that will keep Springfield Clinic and Central Illinois ahead of the curve in the ever-changing field of healthcare.

Highlights of the position and area include:

  •  Lead a successful and innovative independent physician owned multispecialty group.
  •  Collaborate with a Board of Directors with a sincere interest in oversight without micromanagement.
  •  Serve an industry leader with tremendous growth opportunities.
  •  Work with strong community partners that seek collaboration.
  •  Join an experienced executive team ready to embrace a dynamic leader.
  •  Offers a competitive salary, and excellent benefits package.
  •  Enjoy family oriented communities, excellent schools and an advantageous cost of living.
  •  Appreciate easy access to major metropolitan amenities in Chicago and St. Louis.

This is a full-time leadership position. The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in a business related field. A Master’s degree is preferred in a business related field or advanced business certification (i.e., CPA). Demonstrably successful leadership with 5-7 years of experience in an executive level management position, preferably in ambulatory health care is required.

For additional information regarding this excellent leadership opportunity, please contact:

Adam Rockey, Executive Search Consultant
Jordan Search Consultants
arockey@jordansc.com
Office: 636-294-6085 ext 304
Cell: 314.258.6986

Section Chief, Infectious Disease – Peoria, Illinois

UI Peoria

Section Chief, Infectious Disease

 University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria (UICOMP) is seeking an experienced and accomplished Infectious Disease Specialist to lead the Infectious Disease (ID) Section.  Reporting to the Chair of the Department of Medicine, James Graumlich, MD, this is an exciting opportunity to expand and enhance an academic ID Section for one of the largest medical schools in the United States.

 

The Department of Medicine and Infectious Disease Section is committed to the mission to transform healthcare to improve patient care outcomes through: the development of exceptional physicians and health care providers; innovative educational programs; leading collaborations with regional and national healthcare systems to deliver high quality healthcare; and conducting clinical care and health outcome research.  Founded in 1970, UICOMP is one of 4 campuses that make up the University of Illinois College of Medicine. UICOMP ranks 11th in the United States in producing primary care physicians and provides patient care and clinical training at OSF St. Francis Medical Center (OSF-SFMC), Unity Point Methodist, and Children’s Hospital of Illinois, totaling over 900 beds within 3 blocks of the campus and serving population of more than 2 million people. OSF-SFMC just completed a $250-million-dollar expansion and, jointly with the College of Medicine and a generous donation by Jump Trading LLC, opened the new Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center, advancing the mission of both organizations and serving as further proof that UICOMP is living their vision to be a national leader in the transformation of medical education, research, scholarship, and patient-centered care.

 

Highlights of the position and area include:

  • Provide leadership, support and mentoring for the Section faculty.
  • Unique opportunity for an academician to continue clinical care and clinical research.
  • Work with department and section faculty to expand and develop the ID program and services.
  • Supervise and oversee educational programs for medical students and resident physicians.
  • Participate in and/or oversee research and scholarly activities of faculty members, residents and students.
  • A competitive salary, excellent benefits package and University funded malpractice plan.
  • Peoria offers family oriented communities, excellent schools and affordable housing.
  • Easy access to metropolitan amenities in Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis.

Qualifications:  Must be board certified in Infectious Disease.  Licensed or eligible for licensure to practice medicine in the state of Illinois.  Must be eligible for medical staff membership and privileges at university affiliated teaching hospitals. Excellent skills in interpersonal relationships, collaboration, and program development are essential.  A leader with experience in strategic planning, budgeting, process management, and outcomes research are highly desirable. Preference given to candidates with faculty experience, teaching awards, research experience leading to publications, and additional training including Master of Business or Master of Public Health.

For full consideration: A letter of interest and curriculum vitae should be directed to the executive search firm:

Jordan Search Consultants c/o Adam Rockey by email, arockey@jordansc.com; by phone, 636.294.6085; or by mail to Jordan Search Consultants, 113 Church Street, O’Fallon, MO 63366.

Review of applications will continue until the search closes on February 19th 2016.

UIC is an EOE/AA/M/F/Disabled/Veteran

 

 

If you are seeking a new position, please email your CV or resume to Sheila Bixler, sbixler@jordansc.com, or call 866-750-7231.

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