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Full or Associate Professor, Head of the Division of visceral surgery

University Hospitals of Geneva


Location:
Geneve
Date:
06/26/2017
2017-06-262017-07-31
Job Code:
50695
Job Type:
Employee
Categories:
  • Surgery
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Job Details

The Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva

and the University Hospitals of Geneva

are seeking applications for a position of

 

Full or Associate Professor,

Head of the Division of visceral surgery

 

CHARGE: This is a university hospital position as Head of the Division of visceral surgery, including a fraction of professor’s position. This position is attached to the academic and hospital departments of surgery.

The candidate should have an extensive clinical record in visceral surgery. He-She should possess strong organizational, managerial and leadership skills to lead a highly interdisciplinary university hospital division, where more than 4000 surgical operations per year take place. He-She should also have abilities to collaborate with other divisions like the division of transplantation, the division of gastroenterology and hepatology and the hepato-pancreatic diseases center.

In addition, mentoring skills and capacity to teach at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels are expected. A high-level research in the area of visceral surgery is also required.

TITLES ET QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED :

M.D. title and board certification in surgery, or equivalent, are required. Skills in transplant surgery would be an asset.

Good knowledge of French.

Relevant experience as an independent investigator and teacher.

Publications in major international journals.

STARTING DATE: October 1st 2018, or upon agreement

For detailed application guidelines, contact:

sylvia.deraemy@unige.ch

 

Mandatory online registration before August 31st 2017at http://www.unige.ch/academ

 

In a gender equality perspective, women are encouraged to apply.


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