University of Rochester Professor/Assoc Professor - 213912 in Rochester, New York
School of Medicine & Dentistry
Full Time 40 hours Grade 000 Psychiatry
The Department of Psychiatry is seeking an Associate Chair for Research.
Serves as a member of the Department leadership team representing research and researchers, responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic plan for research.
Reports to the Chair
Attends regularly scheduled meetings:
Chair’s group meetings (weekly)
Clinical Executive Committee (q 2 weeks)
Academic Chiefs’ meeting (monthly)
Faculty Advancement Committee (monthly)
Research Administration Team (as Chair; weekly)
Grand Rounds Committee (seasonal)
Faculty Meeting (monthly)
Networks both informally and formally (e.g., Annual Reviews) with researchers in our Department to maintain a good understanding of ongoing research activities, researchers’ needs, and problems as they arise. Generally maintains an open door policy for faculty, trainees, and staff. Helps to identify appropriate funding mechanisms, and often reads and comments on developing grant applications. Is a strong mentor experienced with a wide variety of mentees (undergraduates to mid-level faculty).
As member of the Grand Rounds committee, organizes the Engel Research Rounds series and the Collier Rounds.
Conducts departmental review and approval for all IRB protocols.
As chair of the Research Administration Team, has oversight of sponsored research project management, from pre-award to close-out across divisions.
Chairs regular meetings of Academic Chiefs of all divisions and provides mentorship to them on development, implementation, and evaluation of research strategic plans portfolios and faculty involved in research from those divisions.
Supports Academic Chiefs in their mentorship of other faculty, and provides direct mentorship to faculty engaged in programmatic research.
Maintains an active program of her/his own research consistent with the objectives of the George Engel Endowed Professorship.
In collaboration with the Associate Chair for Education and the Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs, helps develop and sustain departmental research training and career development initiatives.
Oversees development and management of the department’s web sites pertinent to research.
Participates, and leads as indicated, recruitment of research-intensive faculty.
Working with Principal Investigators (PIs), this team is responsible for many of the aspects of sponsored research projects, from pre-award to close-out. The team assists with most all of the non-Research Plan components of an application, and particularly the budget. To varying degrees (dependent on the PI), the Administrative Assistants take charge of getting necessary information from other investigators (e.g., Biographical Sketches) and uploading forms. Senior members of the team generally function as our link to the Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA). Once funding is awarded, senior members of the team meet at least monthly with PIs to monitor grant spending and to discuss any problems or issues. The team also assists with Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPR), and any additional reporting to NIH or other agencies.
The Research Administration team maintains the “paper trail” for faculty salaries and distributions, and handles salary cap restriction limits.
The Research Administration team also manages a long list of contracts, working closely with the Office of Research Accounting and Costing Standards (ORACS) for timely invoicing and financial oversight.
With respect to supervision of this very well-functioning team, the Associate Chair for Research is always available to help problem-solve, attend “nuts and bolts” meetings with PIs and team members as necessary and provide guidance and support when warranted.
MD or PhD in a clinical specialty from an accredited university.
Eligible for appointment as a tenured associate professor or professor.
Substantial record of leadership and achievement in academic medicine.
History of sustained programmatic research as principal investigator with NIH or equivalent funding.
Clear commitment to mentorship and demonstrated track record in mentoring academic faculty.
Interested individuals should apply on-line to Job posting #213912 at http://www.rochester.edu/working/hr/jobs/
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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