Pediatrician

Child Abuse Pediatrician

Organization: 
Penn State University
Location: 
Penn State Hershey Medical Center
Summary: 

Area/Program Focus: Board-certified/eligible child abuse pediatrician to develop evidence-based initiatives and create new knowledge regarding the diagnosis, management, and prevention of child abuse.

Job Summary: This clinician-researcher will be expected to provide direct clinical care to children who have been maltreated; be an active participant in the education of pediatric residents, fellows, and faculty; as well as collaborate with other Penn State faculty on projects involving the assessment, treatment, and study of children who have been victims of abuse.

Areas of Supervision: Child Abuse clinicians

Reports to: Director of the Center for the Protection of Children
 

Qualifications: 

Minimum Qualifications:
The successful candidate will have a M.D. or D.O.; be American Board of Pediatrics board certified or board-eligible in child abuse; and have valid clinical licensure.

Salary Classification:
Open rank faculty position (tenured, tenure-eligible, or non-tenure track)

Benefits:
The Child Abuse pediatrician is eligible for excellent benefits, including paid vacation and sick leave, medical and dental insurance, retirements, life and disability insurance.
 

Contact: 

Dr. Benjamin Levi, Child Psychologist Search Committee, Penn State Hershey Center for the Protection of Children, c/o Patricia Verdon, pverdon@hmc.psu.edu

Please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and supporting information (reprints, preprints, license, letters from three references and child abuse clearances).

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