The University of Colorado, Department of Medicine seeks a Division Head for the Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension. The Division Head will lead the clinical, educational, research and other programmatic missions of this dynamic division of the Department of Medicine and will foster interdisciplinary collaborations with other Divisions, Departments, and the health system. The Division Head reports directly to the Chair of the Department of Medicine. The University of Colorado offers a collegial environment with a focus on ensuring diversity and equity. Applications are accepted electronically ONLY at www.cu.edu/cu-careers by clicking Search for Career Opportunities and entering Job Number 12716. Questions can be addressed to Kelly Redard, Administrative Liaison to the Search Committee, at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership, organizational and mentoring skills, excellent communication skills, and have an MD, MD/PhD, DO, or international equivalent terminal degree. Candidates should have a proven record of administrative and academic leadership abilities, as well as a demonstrated commitment to education and mentoring. A strong record of scholarly achievement and extramural funding is preferred.
Internal Number: 12716
About University of Colorado Department of Medicine
As the largest of the 23 departments in the University of Colorado School of Medicine, we have much to be proud of. The Department of Medicine has over 950 regular faculty members, 188 residents, and approximately 200 clinical and research fellows, and with more than $98M in current research funding, we are consistently among the top 25 departments of medicine in National Institutes of Health research funding.
Our physicians are nationally-recognized experts in patient care. Our Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension is ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, with several other divisions also achieving national ranking. Through strong partnerships with University of Colorado Hospital, Denver Health, National Jewish Health and the Denver VA Medical Center, our physicians provide high quality, high-value care to a broad spectrum of patients.
Our residency and fellowship programs cultivate the physician leaders of tomorrow, who will transform healthcare through outstanding patient care, cutting-edge biomedical discovery, innovative education programs, and optimization of systems and policy.
Our home, the state-of-the art CU Anschutz Medical Ca...mpus, is the first campus in the nation built from the ground-up to bring research, education, and patient care together in one seamless, visionary collaboration. Our location in a fast-growing city with an emphasis on biotechnology, our proximity to Colorado’s capitol and largest city, and Colorado’s rich entrepreneurial ecosystem are key assets that help our faculty, fellows and residents make in impact on the medicine of tomorrow.