Open Faculty Positions
Clinical Infectious Disease - Washington, DC (3-309-974)
The Infectious Disease Division of the Department of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is seeking a new full-time faculty member for our expanding programs. Successful candidates must demonstrate a strong interest and experience working with patients with opioid use disorder and marginalized patient populations. Candidates should also have an interest in the clinical management of hepatitis C and HIV, although experience is not required.
The position will be based in Washington, DC, providing outpatient clinical care and conducting clinical research with the DC Partnership for HIV/AIDS Progress (DC PFAP) Hepatitis Clinical Research Program. Applicants must be eligible to obtain an independent medical license in both Maryland and Washington, DC and be board-certified in internal medicine or family medicine. Training in infectious diseases is not required. Candidates with experience in treatment of opioid use disorder with opioid agonist therapy and experience with incarcerated patient populations are preferred, but not required. Responsibilities will include providing comprehensive clinical care in outpatient settings to patients with opioid use disorder and HCV infection.
Major interests of the IHV Clinical Research Division include chronic viral pathogenesis, viral immunoregulation, and the development and clinical evaluation of immunological, gene therapeutic and novel biological approaches to therapy of chronic human viral pathogens. Viral pathogens of programmatic interest include HIV, HTLV-I/II, HPV, HCV, and HSV-6.
Expected faculty rank for this position is Assistant Professor or higher, however, final rank, tenure status and salary will be commensurate with experience.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted using the following link: https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=180001KE&lang=en When applying, please submit a CV and names of four references. For additional questions after application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Community Health (3-309-996)
The University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine’s Infectious Diseases Division and the Institute of Human Virology’s Division of Clinical Care is seeking to hire a Community Health Director to join our existing community health team. Primarily the position will be responsible for supporting the development of the strategy and plan to impact the HIV epidemic in Baltimore, as well as executing against that plan. The position will collaborate closely with the Chief of IHV Clinical Programs, cross-functional groups, including HIV Clinic Director, and established program teams.
Essential functions of the position include:
- Provide strategic direction for the program, to include establishing goals, objectives and implementation plans.
- Support strategic alignment of the current program teams.
- Lead the management of overall program performance and quality improvement.
- Support the development of research agenda, study protocols, and outcomes analysis.
- New grant development.
- Support donor and community relations.
- Medical providers will provide some direct patient care related to the program.
Applicants must hold a MD/DO or PhD degree and have experience in the field of HIV. Non-MD candidates with doctoral degrees are encouraged with appropriate professional background and faculty experience. MD candidates must hold board certification/eligibility in infectious diseases. Experience in infectious disease public and population health is highly desired.
Expected faculty rank for this position is Assistant Professor or higher, however, final rank, tenure status and salary will be commensurate with the selected candidate’s qualifications and experience.
How to Apply
UMB is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law or policy.