Cincinnati Children's invites applications for a faculty position in clinical ethics at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The faculty member’s primary responsibility will be clinical ethics consultation. The successful candidate will also support specialty areas, such as the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, and the Disorders of Sexual Development Clinic, in identifying and addressing ethical issues.
Ideal candidates will hold a MD, PhD, and/or JD related to bioethics, have been certified as a Healthcare Ethics Consultant, and possess the ability to perform clinical ethics consultations independently. Clinicians are expected to demonstrate excellence in patient care. Candidates must also have demonstrated ability to teach multiple disciplines at an academic medical center, as well as design and conduct research, and publish in peer-reviewed journals. Experience in pediatric and/or nursing ethics is desirable.
Primary academic appointment will be in a relevant department. Approximately 60% of the faculty member’s effort will be dedicated to the Ethics Center. The balance of salary support will be through clinical practice, teaching, and/or extramural grant funding. Joint appointment in a relevant department at the University of Cincinnati is possible for candidates with appropriate training and experience.
Cincinnati is one of America’s most vibrant and beautiful river cities. It has all the amenities of a big city – including outstanding cultural offerings and exceptional schools – with the warmth of a small town and extraordinary quality of life.
We invite you to send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to: Armand H. Matheny Antommaria, MD, PhD, FAAP, HEC-C; Director, Ethics Center, Cincinnati Children’s; c/o Debbie Mancini, HR Consultant; Email: Deborah.Mancini@cchmc.org; Phone: 513.290.8808
Internal Number: 5132908808
About Cincinnati Children's
Cincinnati Children’s is ranked #3 in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019-20 Honor Roll Rankings, and all 10 of its specialties ranked in the top 10. Cincinnati Children’s has 700 registered beds on 3 campuses, and more than 1.2 million patient encounters last year.