Recruitment/Posting Title Academic EGS Chief & Trauma & Critical Care
Salary Commensurate With Experience
Position will serve as a full-time Academic Acute Care Surgeon at the
Assistant/Associate Professor/Professor level and be the Section Chief of
Emergency General Surgery (EGS) within the Division of Trauma and Surgical
Critical Care. Primary duties will be to provide direction and oversight of
emergency general surgical services as well as maintaining a patient care
commitment at University Hospital and affiliate sites
The individual will:
· Serve as Chief of the Section of Emergency General Surgery (EGS) within
the Division Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at University Hospital and be
responsible for developing policies, protocols and a quality improvement
program for EGS.
· Interface and participate with the Emergency General surgical service at St.
Barnabas Medical Center.
· Expand Emergency General Surgery within the Department of Surgery.
· Assist with the AAST/ACGME-approved acute care surgical fellowship.
· Provide Attending responsibilities on emergency general surgical services
(majority of clinical effort), trauma service and surgical critical care
· Educate and teach residents and fellows.
· Take Night call 4-5 nights/month.
· Report directly to the Chief of Division of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery.
· Required to develop an EGS research mission and agenda.
· Expected to attend trauma conferences and will be mentored by the senior
members within the division.
· Expected to be an active contributor to the growth of the division,
modernize the practice protocols, and actively participate in the
administrative and managerial duties of the practice as well as perform other
duties as assigned by your Department Chair or Division Chief.
Applicants must have a strong interest in clinical practice of Acute Care
Surgery (Emergency General Surgery, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care). In
addition, applicants need to demonstrate a commitment to scientific research.
Successful candidates will be expected to develop their critical care research
interest into internal and extramural funding applications.
The New Jersey Trauma Center is the busiest Level I trauma center in New
Jersey with over 3,500 trauma activations and 2,200 trauma admissions annually
consisting of a mix of 75% blunt and 25% penetrating trauma. The SICU admits
over 700 patients annually with a mix of trauma, liver transplant and general
Posting Number 22FA0017
Posting Open Date 01/10/2022
Posting Close Date 06/30/2022
Minimum Education and Experience
Successful candidates must be/have:
· MD degree from an accredited institution
· Greater than five years' experience in surgery or in trauma/critical care
Candidates must be/have:
· Licensed to practice Medicine in New Jersey.
· Obtain CDS and DEA, if not already obtained.
· Current board certification in general surgery.
· Current board certification in surgical critical care.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
· History of leadership and/or administrative experience.
· Involvement in national programs on quality (e.g. NSQIP, TQIP).
· Evidence of scholarship outlined in CV.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
Special Instructions to Applicants
Quick Link to Posting https: // jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/148961
Campus Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS)
Home Location Campus Newark (RBHS)
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