The University of Minnesota Department of Pediatrics seeks a Pediatric Cardiologist specializing in Electrophysiology for a full-time faculty position in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology. The rank of this position is at the Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor level, based on qualifications and academic achievements and will be either on the tenure-track, the academic track or be tenured.
The candidate will be responsible for performing invasive and non-invasive electrophysiology evaluations and procedures as well as providing medical treatment for arrhythmias. There is oversight responsibility for Pediatric Electrocardiography including Holter monitors and event monitor recorders. Besides the University of Minnesota system, there is a busy outreach system for electrocardiograms, Holters and even monitor recorder tracings from other Twin Cities institutions and from greater Minnesota. The opportunity exists to interface with a busy Adult Electrophysiology service with intense research and clinical activity. Opportunities also exist for outreach electrophysiology activities within the state and out of state. The candidate will also participate in inpatient attending activities and outpatient clinics.
Essential qualifications: MD/DO, must be board certified in Pediatrics and certified or eligible in Pediatric Cardiology. Must have demonstrated involvement in research through publications anticipated or published in peer-reviewed journals. Candidates must have licensure in the State of Minnesota by start date.
Any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Our presumption is that prospective employees are eligible to work here. Criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify finalists from employment.
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