Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Section of Adolescent Medicine, in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. We are seeking an outstanding junior faculty member whose primary discipline is Sociology or a related behavioral field to join the Section of Adolescent Medicine at Indiana University as a full-time Assistant Professor in a tenure track appointment. Applicant must have doctoral degree in Sociology or related behavior health field and at least one year of a post-doctoral fellowship. In addition, the successful candidate will have substantial expertise in statistics and various statistical software packages as s/he will serve as the responsible faculty member in our Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) training fellowship for providing education to trainees in research design and statistical methods as well as at least 10 peer-reviewed publications. Responsibilities will include the development of an independently funded research portfolio in one or more adolescent-specific topics, providing consultation to other faculty around research design and statistical methods, training of pre- and post-doctoral students, and serving as a colleague and co-investigators to other faculty members seeking extramural funding within the Section of Adolescent Medicine and to other faculty members throughout the IUPUI campus. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are important. It will be expected that the successful applicant will be partially grant funded within three years to help support part of their salary and supplies. Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Please send curriculum vitae, brief statement of career goals and three references to: Vaughn I. Rickert, PsyD, Director, Section of Adolescent Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, 410 W. 10th St, Suite 1001 Indianapolis, IN 46202. 317-274-8812, firstname.lastname@example.org Indiana University is an equal opportunity / affirmative action institution. Minority women are encouraged to apply. In addition, it is the University's policy to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities.
$70,000 to $90,000