The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology of the University of Louisville Department of Pediatrics, in collaboration with the University of Louisville Autism Center at Kosair Charities (ULAC) is seeking a Child Psychiatrist to fill an exciting full-time faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, on either a non-tenure or tenure track.
The position’s activities will be shared between the ULAC and the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, with the majority of time at ULAC. As the state’s only comprehensive autism center, the ULAC integrates state-of-the-art diagnostic programs in the School of Medicine's Departments of Pediatrics’ Weisskopf Center and child psychiatry services at the Bingham Clinic, individualized treatment through Systematic Treatment of Autism & Related Disorders (STAR), and world class training services provided by the College of Education and Human Development's Kentucky Autism Training Center (KATC).
The physician will join a dynamic expanding interdisciplinary ULAC team of professionals to provide center-based and outreach integrated evaluations and treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders. The ULAC offers children, their family, and community partners a single source for expert treatment, referral, and information combining medical services from neurology, child psychiatry and developmental pediatrics along with multidisciplinary professionals from the fields of psychology, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).
The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology has a successful training program and its primary clinical site, the Bingham Clinic, has been delivering family-based services to the Louisville area since 1913. The Division has a rich tradition of contributions to child and adolescent psychiatry at the national level. The position includes the opportunity to be involved in other Division programs as time permits.
There are many exciting opportunities available for teaching students and trainees from multiple programs as well as participation in development, advocacy, and research. Clinical and research protocols have an emphasis on health systems research, personalized approaches to evaluation and treatment including precision medicine.
The University of Louisville is pleased to offer a comprehensive benefits package which includes health, dental, and vision insurance, as well as a generous retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, life insurance and disability coverage, and tuition remission. Employees can choose to cover themselves, as well as a spouse/partner or qualifying adult and dependent children up to age 26. For detailed benefits plan coverage and eligibility, please visit www.louisville.edu/hr/benefits.
Prospective candidates should be either board certified/board eligible in child and adolescent psychiatry or triple board certified/eligible in pediatrics, psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, with the latter preferred.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Rank and salary commensurate with training and experience.
The University of Louisville Autism Center is the state's only comprehensive autism center integrating services from the Department of Pediatrics' Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics and Division of Child Psychiatry along with the College of Education and Human Development's Kentucky Autism Training Center. The University of Louisville offers a full range of benefits and services to faculty