Assistant/Associate/Full Professor – Department of Anesthesiology (63996)

first_imgThe University Of Florida Department of Anesthesiology seekscommitted physician faculty members for tenureAssistant/Associate/Full Professor and/or non-tenure track ClinicalAssistant/Associate/Full Professor ranks to teach and practice atUF Health Shands Hospital, Shands Children’s Hospital, and ShandsCancer Hospital at the University of Florida, a quaternary careteaching facility located in Gainesville, FL (including, Level ITrauma Center / High risk Ob / Comprehensive Stroke Center / Level4 NICU / Congenital Heart Center / Solid Organ Transplantation /Cancer Center). Subspecialty may determine division. Seekingfull-time physicians; part-time opportunities may be availablebased on the needs of the department.This position requires skills in clinical care, ABAcertification/eligibility, and credentials to obtain a State ofFlorida physician’s license. Abundant opportunities exist todevelop independent and collaborative research as well asinnovative education models. Department anesthesiologists practiceat UF Health hospitals in Gainesville, FL, at the University ofFlorida alongside 90 faculty anesthesiologists, 95 residents, 20fellows, and 88 CRNA/AAs.University employment benefit eligibility includes 403(b) plan, 457plan, individual and family health insurance, own occ disabilityinsurance, domestic partner benefits, sovereign immunitymalpractice status, Baby Gator childcare available on-site, andothers. Gainesville is a vibrant, sun drenched, university citywith a low cost of living, Division I NCAA sports, and no stateincome tax.This position requires a M.D. or equivalent, skills in clinicalcare, research, and/or education, ABA certification/eligibility,and credentials to obtain a State of Florida physician’slicense.Applicants should include a curriculum vitae. Applicants may attachoptional cover letter and three letters of recommendation or a listof three references to be considered.The Search Committee will accept applications until the position isfilled. Applications will be reviewed starting as soon as possibleafter the posting date.Selected candidate will be required to provide three letters ofrecommendation and an official transcript to the hiring departmentupon hire. A transcript will not be considered “official” if adesignation of “Issued to Student” is visible. Degrees earned froman education institution outside of the United States are requiredto be evaluated by a professional credentialing service providerapproval by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services(NACES), which can be found at http://naces.org/ .If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for thisposition, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to workin the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’sSunshine Law.This requisition will be used to fill multiple positions.#category=35The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.last_img read more

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OnSite: CUES Symposium CEO/Board Exchange

first_img 23SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details If you thought that the CUES Symposium at Grand Wailea here in Hawaii was all fun and games – think again! The past few days have been packed with learning and priceless moments that couldn’t happen anywhere else.The team from DDJ Myers has been hard at work engaging both credit union CEO’s and board members in discussions that can help them keep up with the changing pace of the industry. The balance of this relationship is crucial, yet tricky. It’s important to establish early on who will be responsible for setting the mission and strategy for the credit union in the coming years –only then can you successfully tackle issues that you both face; such as diversity, outdated technology, compensation, talent and mergers. Clarity of roles is a key component and cannot be stressed enough. CEO’s and board members ask yourself this question: “In 10 words or less what am I responsible for?” This gives you a starting point for open communication moving forward.Another point driven home here was the idea of creating “priceless surprises”. With help from MasterCard, attendees had the opportunity to meet golf pro, Tom Watson. Credit unions pride themselves on being member-centric and while you might not be able to arrange a meet and greet between a celebrity and your members what you can do is create a moment that they will always remember. Take a moment to consider what your members really care about and what influences their lives – then ask yourself how you help them achieve something they never thought possible. What I love most about this concept is that it’s scalable; creating a moment that a member cherishes will earn your credit union more loyalty and more “word of mouth” points than any promotional campaign could possibly achieve.In a fast paced world where being in the grind seems impossible to get out of, I challenge you to make time to be honest and transparent about your responsibilities, skills and limits. I also challenge you to get out of your comfort zone and really focus on your members as individuals and not a sub-group of the community you serve: what can you do for them that no one else can? Let’s make 2016 the year that members will never forget!last_img read more

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HOV lane on 405 gains big wheels

first_imgSACRAMENTO – Efforts to relieve congestion on the 405 Freeway got a boost Tuesday when a host of local and state officials – including Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa – pressured a state commission to fund a badly needed car-pool-lane project. The California Transportation Commission’s staff had recommended last week that the lane for high-occupancy vehicles not receive any funding this year from a new series of state infrastructure bonds. But the recommendation ignited a firestorm of criticism and lobbying, and after hearing concerns from a range of elected officials, several commission members said Tuesday they are inclined to overturn their own staff’s advice and move the project forward. “My view is that more money should be spent in Los Angeles County and in the San Francisco Bay area,” said Commissioner Jeremiah Hallisey. The commission Tuesday heard the pleas of local transportation agencies from throughout the state, all wanting more funding for a wide range of projects. Schwarzenegger, who appoints the commission members, is seeking to secure funds for 10 projects that did not make the staff cut. The 405 car-pool lane topped his list. “There are significant projects omitted from the CTC staff’s list of projects recommended for funding that I believe should be reconsidered,” Schwarzenegger wrote in a letter to the commission. “Funding the (congestion relief) program at the full $4.5 billion level is essential to meeting California’s transportation needs and providing local agencies with the certainty necessary to move forward in the development of their projects.” Assembly Speaker Fabian Nu ez, D-Los Angeles, also called for supporting the project. Ultimately the CTC’s proposal must get legislative approval. At a public hearing, Villaraigosa lobbied the commission to provide $730 million to build a northbound car-pool lane on the 405 between the 10 and 101 freeways. “We were very concerned and very chagrined that the staff did not recommend this project,” Villaraigosa said. Los Angeles County had hoped to get at least $1.5 billion in allocations from the bond measure, but instead CTC staffers recommended $327 million. Also speaking at the hearing were U.S. Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Sherman Oaks; Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina; and Assemblyman Mike Feuer, D-Los Angeles. Sherman said if the project is not funded now, it could jeopardize $130 million in federal funding that he and Rep. Howard Berman helped secure. [email protected] (916) 446-6723160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “I intend to support funding for the 405 and other projects in Los Angeles County.” Several members echoed that view, and none immediately dissented. The final outcome, however, will not be known until the nine-member commission officially votes at a meeting in Orange County next week. The vote will be the first allocation of funding from a $19.9 billion transportation bond measure that statewide voters approved last November. This first allocation is for a $4.5 billion portion targeting congestion relief, but the commission’s staff recommended funding only $2.8 billion in projects, omitting the 405 Freeway and many others. last_img read more

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