Emory Healthcare/Emory University Vice Chair of Child Psychiatry in Atlanta, Georgia
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The Emory Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is in search of a Vice Chair of the Division of Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Programs.
Duties and Responsibilities
The specific, day-to-day activities of the Vice Chair include:
• Oversee Division faculty (including Student Mental Health of Emory) and complete all their Annual Reviews
• Coordinate the child, adolescence, and young adult clinics (ages 0-25 years) with Administrative Staff and Nursing
• Manage and assign all division space of EP12
• Attend all "Vice Chairs” weekly meetings
• Attend all Executive Committee monthly meetings
• Attend all departmental Recruitment Committee meetings
• Present at Faculty Meetings as requested by the Chair
• In conjunction with Chair, appoint Chair of all Division Faculty Search Committees
• The Director of Emory Autism Center will report to the Vice Chair of this Division
• Oversee the Director of the various programs in the Division (ENEC, CAMP, PCIT, SPRITE, and others)
• Engage in raising money via Atlanta philanthropy for various programs in Division (typically 750,000-800,000 per year); coordinate with Development Office staff
• Represent the Division to the DBHDD in GA
• Coordinate State of GA funding with Chair and the President’s Office
• Manage Division budgets with Accounting
• Coordinate miscellaneous staff issues that arise
• Engage in all Division hiring recommendations and related issues with HR
• Meet for hour each week with Chair
• Maintain and modify Strategic Plan for Division
• Mentor grant activities of all Division junior faculty
• Track Productivity Reports of clinical providers and given feedback on monthly basis regarding productivity and related items such as record keeping
• Serve as conduit for announcements from Chair and Administration to faculty and staff
• Engage in recruitment of trainees (Interns and Fellows) in Division
• Oversee Training Directors in Division
Candidate must be Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology with Child/Adolescence subspecialty.
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Job Number 64852
Job Type Regular Full-Time
Division School Of Medicine
Department SOM: Psych: Child Psych - CAMP
Location : Name Executive Park-N Druid Hills
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Not Applicable
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