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Consultancy position in Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology, Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet combined with a clinical professorship in Otorhinolaryngology with special focus on the Upper and Lower Airways

  • Rigshospitalet
  • 04/01/2023

Jobbeskrivelse

A clinical position as senior consultant at the Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology at Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet is open for appointment from as soon as possible. The position is combined with a 5-year externally funded position as clinical professor of Otorhinolaryngology with special focus on the Upper and Lower Airways at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. With this new position the Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology at Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet wishes to strengthen the leadership in clinical research and teaching in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen within upper and lower airways (“Global Airways”). It is a requirement that the applicant is accepted for appointment of both the professorship and the consultancy. The advertisement for the professorship is available from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen (http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/) ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT The Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology at Rigshospitalet is the largest ENT department in Denmark and one of the largest in Northern Europe. The Department is organized on two locations with a major part at Rigshospitalet. The Department is organized I 4 major areas, i.e. Ear, Nose, Throat, and Audiology all further sub-divided. The area of upper and lower airways (Global Airways) is organized under Nose. The Department has 300 health and technical staff members including 3 medical professorships and 2 affiliated technical professors. Furthermore, the Department has another 15 associated professorships affiliated. The Department trains more than 350 pre-graduate medical students per year and has numerous international and national observership/fellowships visiting. In 2021 the total number of peer reviewed scientific publications was 128. Clinical functions and focus areas of the Department The main functions of the Department are healthcare within head and neck cancer, ear disorders (including audiology) and mainly benign highly specialized areas like Global Airways. The classic way for treatment of nasal polyps has been surgical. However, newer bio-medical treatment begins to be introduced and will soon be offered polyp patients. This new treatment needs to be combined with research to ensure best clinical practise in the future. The task for the new consultant and clinical professor will be clinical consultations and applied research partly in collaboration with pharma industry and others. Furthermore, the new consultant and clinical professor need to organize research with other ENT departments national and international. Research and teaching With the new position as consultant in Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology and clinical professor of Otorhinolaryngology with special focus on the Upper and Lower Airways the Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology wishes to strengthen leadership in clinical research and teaching. Accordantly, basic and advanced medical teaching in the field of Global Airways is required. In addition, the Department has announced several PhD positions to be principal supervised by the new consultant and clinical professor. Qualifications Applicants must be board-certified specialist in an airway speciality like Otorhinolaryngology or Internal Medicine: Respiratory Medicine. Conditions In order to be considered, the applicant must send an application to both the Faculty (the professorship) and to the hospital (the consultancy) cf. the simultaneously advertised position of the professorship. Appointment is conditioned by the fact that the applicant obtains both positions. This also applies to the applicants who are already employed as consultants at Rigshospitalet. Salary and conditions of employment as consultant are as agreed between the Danish Regions and the Danish Association of Medical Specialists and between the Capital Region and University of Copenhagen. As clinical professor at least 50 % of the working time will be allocated to academic tasks (e.g., research, teaching, evaluation tasks and communication with the public) in agreement with the Head of Department of Clinical Medicine at the University of Copenhagen. The remaining time will be allocated for clinical work in agreement with the Head of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology at Rigshospitalet. The clinical professor will receive secretarial or technical support equivalent to 50 % of a full-time secretary position from the Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology. Additional support and details on the working conditions must be negotiated with the Head of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and Audiology at Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet. Application procedure The application must include the following: Curriculum Vitae and a complete list of publications Copy of the authorization certificate for specialist in Otorhinolaryngology or Internal Medicine: Respiratory Medicine. A description of how the applicant is qualified as Clinical expert Communicator Collaborator Manager/administrator/organizer Health advocate Scholar/researcher/teacher Professional For more information, please refer to Sundhedsstyrelsen: The Seven Roles of Physicians. The closing date for applications is 11.01.2023 Further information: For further information please contact Mads Klokker, tel. + 45 3545 8785, or email: klokker@rh.dk. Information on Terms of employment for the Capital Region: https://www.regionh.dk/english/job/Pages/default.aspx Autoriseret sundhedspersonale med patientkontakt, der ikke har en dansk uddannelse, skal ved ansættelse i Region Hovedstaden have bestået en danskprøve (Danskuddannelse 3, som svarer til 9. klasses afgangseksamen) eller som minimum kunne bestå prøven senest 1 år efter ansættelsen, eller have opnået tilsvarende sprogkompetencer i dansk på anden vis. Danskprøven skal bestås med samme karakterkrav, som Sundhedsstyrelsen kræver af sundhedspersonale fra lande uden for EU, for at de kan få dansk autorisation. Se den oprindelige annonce her Kilde: Jobnet