The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s (UCCOM) Division of Hematology and Oncology and the University of Cincinnati Cancer Center (UCCC) are seeking an outstanding leadership candidate for the Director of Thoracic Oncology. The new Director will assume leadership of established clinical programs and be given the resources necessary to implement the visions and strategic plans necessary to elevate the national stature and academic and programmatic activities of the program.
Based on qualifications and academic interests, the Director will spend a minimum of fifty percent of their effort’s in clinical activities and the remainder in research, administrative, and teaching activities. The Director will be provided a highly competitive compensation and benefits package including a generous incentive plan based on clinical and academic productivity. Candidates may be MD or DO with Board Certification in Medical Oncology or Hematology and Oncology and must meet the requirements to receive an unrestricted medical license from the State of Ohio.
Complete alignment between UC Health System, UC College of Medicine and the UC Cancer Center with strong fiscal commitment to the strategic planning and programmatic and scientific growth necessary to achieve NCI Designation
Director will provide a stable, visionary, and highly relational presence to a broad portfolio of work: developing and overseeing the clinical and administrative activities of the program; promoting a robust clinical research program; and recruiting, mentoring, and retaining the next generation of faculty providers and scientific contributors.
Strong basic and translational science programs in Thoracic Oncology including, but not limited to vibrant experimental therapeutics program, supportive CRO, and broad institutional commitment to growth in immunotherapy and genetics.
Institutional willingness to support seasoned leaders or individuals seeking their initial Director role with mentorship, coaching and the fiscal resources necessary to recruit strong faculty and build respected clinical and research programs.
The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine has retained CareerPhysician, a nationally respected academic executive search firm to assist the search committees with its efforts. All application materials, including a CV and Cover Letter should be submitted electronically to Mr. Mark Lozano, Vice President email@example.com. Additional information regarding the role may be obtained by clicking HERE to review the confidential position prospectus.
The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled. Full details available at the Human resources web site: https://www.uc.edu/hr.html.
Candidates may be MD, DO or MD/PhD with Board Certification in Medical Oncology or Hematology and Oncology and must meet the requirements to receive an unrestricted medical license from the State of Ohio.
Internal Number: UCCC Thoracic
About University of Cincinnati Cancer Center
The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center (UCCC) delivers the most advanced cancer care available to adults in the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan and Tristate Area. Accredited by the Commission on Cancer since 1934, the Cancer Center is ranked among the top 50 nationwide and offers care from over 90 specialists in ten disease-based comprehensive centers of excellence. The Center is named a “high-performing site” by the National Cancer Institute’s National Clinical Trials Network and offers nearly 200 leading-edge clinical trials for patients throughout all stages of the disease.