Requisition ID: 131836
Opportunity Type: Permanent
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About the Opportunity
The Division of Gynecologic Oncology is welcoming applications for a new academic medical staff position. We are expanding to a Division of 4.8 FTE within the C/AFP (Clinical Academic Funding Plan) in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. The Division provides gynecologic oncology care primarily for the province of Nova Scotia, which has a population of over 1M, most of whom are rural.
Our primary site is in Halifax with outreach to community centers for clinical care. The group works closely with radiation oncology, pathology, and genetics. We enjoy strong clinical and academic collaboration with ob/gyns, oncology nurse practitioners, and those in general oncologic practice. There are affiliations with basic scientists and epidemiologists as well. Department members participate in medical education and clinically-oriented research. Within our Collective Practice, we are particularly interested in provincial quality of care initiatives to ensure equitable access and delivery of care. We currently work in a Collective Care Clinical Model, and within this is a shared surgical practice. We are looking for a new collaborative team member who is flexible and exhibits innovative thinking.
Applicants require a RCPSC Fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology or equivalent. They should have an interest in pursuing teaching/education and quality of care research within their professional scope. Experience in clinical practice is preferred, as are those with prior output in the quality of care research setting. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, and curriculum vitae, along with a detailed statement of proposed research and statement of teaching interests.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons with a disability, racialized persons, including persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Dalhousie has a COVID-19 vaccine mandate that is currently in place until April 30, 2022. Should the vaccine mandate be re-implemented at a later date, the successful candidate will be required to provide proof of full vaccination, or may seek an accommodation from Dalhousie’s vaccine requirements on grounds protected under provincial human rights legislation. Please visit the Campus Check website for more information.
1. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
2. Cover Letter
3. Teaching Statement
4. Research Statement
Prior to May 11, 2022 @ https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/postings/8540
Halifax, the largest urban area in Atlantic Canada and Nova Scotia's capital city, sits in the center of Nova Scotia's east coast and is an important seaport that looks out over one of the world's largest natural harbors.
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Nature lovers will find sandy beaches, beautiful gardens, and hiking, birding, and beachcombing. Urbanites can enjoy the symphony, live theater, art galleries, and museums, along with a lively nightlife that includes brewpubs and a great culinary scene.
Physicians in Nova Scotia provide fulfilling patient care which embraces family life, professional development and community involvement. That's what makes practicing medicine in Nova Scotia unique. Physicians are increasingly attracted to practices that offer team-based care to their patients and allow them to consult with their peers. The size and scale of Nova Scotia allows for better connections across the health care system. Your practice of medicine and your life is richer here. Nova Scotia is more than medicine.
Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) is committed to being a workforce that is free of discrimination, values diversity and is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve. Our priority groups are Aboriginal People, African Nova Scotians, Persons with Disabilities and Recent Immigrants. Members of these groups are welcome to apply and self-identify if they wish to be considered under our Employment Equity policy.