Professor / Associate Professor of Medicine, Oncology
- Exciting opportunity for an outstanding senior academic who is a leading authority within their discipline
- Affiliated with Nepean Hospital, Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
- 5 year fixed-term, Full time position with an attractive remuneration package
- Opportunity for NSW Health clinical appointment in Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
About the opportunity
The Faculty of Medicine and Health is the largest faculty in the University. This integrated faculty brings opportunity for innovation, progressive thinking and challenging the status quo by establishing productive research units that cross traditional academic school and discipline boundaries. We operate across four large health precincts (three metropolitan and one regional/rural) where University facilities are co-located with hospitals and medical research institutes.
We are currently seeking to appoint an outstanding senior academic as Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology) within Sydney Medical School in partnership with the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD). The position is to be situated in Nepean Clinical School in Sydney Medical School, which is co-located with Nepean Hospital, Penrith at the foot of the Blue Mountains. The Professor of Medicine will contribute to the clinical research and teaching in Medical Oncology within Sydney Medical School. They will also be a member of the Department of Oncology and provide clinical care through NSW Health appointment with Nepean Hospital. The position will actively contribute to all department activities and promote a culture that is collaborative, team oriented, and one that respects the skill sets and opinions of all faculty and staff.
The position will provide leadership in the development, implementation and promotion of clinical programs at the Nepean Hospital as well as collaborate with colleagues in Internal Medicine to develop annual and long-term plans for improving health care quality, safety, process improvement and value.
The successful applicant must be a medical practitioner with specialist qualifications in Medical Oncology (FRACP or equivalent), registered or eligible to be registered in NSW (AHPRA). They must have an international reputation as an authority in Medical Oncology or related area of expertise with a supporting research profile including competitive research grants, publications and evidence of recognition within the broader research community.
You will have a distinguished record of university scholarly teaching excellence as evidenced through successful student outcomes, demonstrated impact on student learning, recognition through awards/prizes and innovation including experience in supervising and supporting Higher Degree by Research students. You will also have the ability to contribute to the development of a culture of excellence in medical education and research that is underpinned by evidence-based practice.
The successful applicant must have a wide network of established relationships with key academic, industry and professional institutions, partners and stakeholders that can be leveraged to enhance the standing of the discipline, School/ Faculty and University.
Term and remuneration
The successful candidate will be offered a 5-year fixed-term position on a full-time basis, subject to completion of a satisfactory probation period for new appointees. The successful candidate will be offered an attractive remuneration package commensurate with the responsibilities of the position and the candidate's relevant experience and qualifications.
Visa sponsorship and relocation assistance will also be provided if required.
The successful applicant's clinical appointment will be negotiated with NBMLHD and/or diagnostic activities will be remunerated in accordance with Clinical Academic NSW Health Award.
How to apply
Applications (including a CV and cover letter outlining how your skills, capabilities and experience meet the requirements for the role) must be submitted via the link above. Please refer to the candidate information brochure for further details.
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