Trauma, reconstruction, and prosthetics specialist

Baltimore, Maryland (US)
Sep 16, 2020
Oct 16, 2020

Preparing for a Career Break

The Department of Urology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is inviting applications from suitable candidates. There is an available position at the Assistant Professor level for a trauma, reconstruction, and prosthetics specialist. The suitable candidates should have completed an accredited Urology residency, an advanced training program in trauma, reconstruction, and prosthetic surgery as well as be board certified/eligible in Urology. Candidates should have demonstrable skills in clinical expertise, research, and possess excellent teaching skills. The position will incorporate clinical activity at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Sibley Hospital, Johns Hopkins Suburban Hospital, Johns Hopkins Howard County General Hospital, and all surrounding communities for outpatient clinical care. Competitive starting salary commensurate with experience. The proposed starting date for the position is July 1, 2021.

The Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates may contact or apply with recent curriculum vitae and names of 3-4 referees to:

Tiffany A. Boldin, MHA, CMPE

Administrator, Department of Urology

Johns Hopkins Medicine

600 N. Wolfe Street


Baltimore, MD 21287

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