LSUHSC – Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (non-tenure, full-time clinical track)
The Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery of LSU Health Sciences Center is actively seeking a fellowship trained, BC/BE (or equivalent) Pediatric Otolaryngologist for a full-time faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (non-tenure track).
This is an excellent opportunity to join our growing academic practice. Responsibilities include patient care, resident and medical student education. Extensive collaborative research opportunities are also available. The selected candidate will assume a dedicated pediatric otolaryngologist position in a busy clinical practice in a state of the art, free standing Children’s Hospital; we are particularly interested in those candidates with special expertise in airway reconstruction and/or sinus surgery.
Children's Hospital is a 247-bed, not-for-profit medical center offering the most advanced pediatric care for children from birth to 21 years. It is the only full-service hospital exclusively for children in Louisiana and the Gulf South. Critical care is provided in the hospital's 36-bed NICU, 24-bed PICU, and 20-bed CICU.
Our faculty members benefit from cross-coverage arrangements for weekend and holiday on-call responsibilities and share the benefit of subspecialty support in otology, laryngology, head and neck oncology, and plastic/reconstructive surgery for complex patients.
New Orleans offers many of the amenities of larger cities but continues to maintain a small town family oriented atmosphere. New Orleans is also one of the most culturally diverse and fastest growing cities in the country, and residents can easily enjoy either an urban or outdoor and coastal lifestyle.
Salary and rank will be commensurate with the knowledge, education and experience of the individual.
The LSUHSC School of Medicine in New Orleans encourages women and minority candidates to submit applications for this position. The LSU School of Medicine does not participate in sponsoring faculty candidates for the Department of Health and Hospitals’ Conrad 30 Program.
Candidates interested in working within a dynamic and stimulating setting combined with a generous package of related benefits are encouraged to provide a cover letter with clinical and research interests and current Curriculum Vitae online.
LSU Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer for females, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans