Job ID: EB-1559347041 Job Title: Chair of Psychiatry Location: Tulsa, OK
Department Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences – Tulsa, OK
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Oklahoma State University (OSU) Center for Health Sciences (CHS) is actively seeking a dynamic and highly motivated clinical leader to head the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as Department Chair. This individual will have high visibility with the leadership of the health system and will grow the department to meet clinical needs in the market, notably to play a significant role in staffing the new state-of-the-art psychiatric hospital in Tulsa, OK.
As a department leader of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, this high-profile position will be actively involved in departmental administration, teaching medical students and residents, and advancing clinical care excellence.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences provides comprehensive psychiatric services to all age groups and is a regional leader for innovative, evidence-based treatment programs for a variety of mental health, pain, and addiction disorders. Faculty and staff within the department provide broad educational experiences in multifaceted programs while delivering quality care, backed by leading-edge research and exceptional customer service.
Psychiatry Program Highlights:
As a Carnegie top-tier research university, OSU is Oklahoma’s land-grant institution and is recognized as one of the top 50 public universities in the U.S. and No. 1 in the state.
Faculty Collaboration: The department is comprised of 18 Physicians; 40 Adjunct Faculty.
Work Schedule: Roughly 60% admin, 20% clinical, 20% education/research.
Call Schedule: Attending providers provide backup call once every four weeks for OSU Medicine resident clinic, call services could change for the inpatient mental health hospital in the future.
New Psychiatric Hospital will have 106 beds.
Patient Caseload: Exams & procedures are interchangeable in the department
NIH Grants and Research Opportunities across: Integrated Care platforms, Collaborative Care, Child Psychiatry Access Programs, Virtual Care etc. Addiction medicine, medically assisted treatment care delivery. Research on Trauma and Adversity and the great work of CIRCA.
Translational and basic science research: The department currently has 2 FTE research assistants.
Training: Residents, fellows, and students are specialty trained across all ACGME-accredited clinical sites.
Extremely competitive salary and full range of OK state benefits, including medical malpractice; health; life and disability insurance; paid sick leave; and a generous retirement package.
Home to cosmopolitan delights coupled with Southern hospitality, Tulsa is a dynamic city known for a variety of bustling urban districts, exceptional dining, an unsurpassed love of the arts and one of the largest collections of art deco architecture in the nation. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural legacy of Tulsa’s renowned performing arts venues and tap your toes in the birthplace of Western Swing while letting the sights and sounds of Tulsa tempt you into enchanting discoveries around the city.
Your Qualifications for the Position:
Required Education: An earned Medical Degree, D.O. or M.D. degree, and Board Certification in Psychiatry.
Experience: At least five (5) years of experience in medical school teaching and leadership or equivalent, preferably in a Vice Chair or Chair role.
Administrative skills, decision making and supervisory ability.
Licensed to practice psychiatry in Oklahoma prior to the start of appointment.
Preferred: Experience in a state system of medical education.
Possess a demonstrated commitment to innovation and quality improvement pursuits.
Have leadership experience and be willing to further develop one’s leadership abilities.
A combination of education, training, certification, and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability to the minimum education and experience requirements.
Contact Information: Kurt Voelker Senior Search Consultant – Academic Psychiatry Kaye/Bassman International Corp. Phone: (972) 265-5306 – Direct
Comprehensive Salary + Benefits/Incentives:
Highly competitive salaries plus annual incentive compensation opportunity
Student loan assistance
Retirement contribution plan
Flexible spending accounts
Medical, dental, vision & life insurance
Short and long-term disability
And many other non-traditional benefits
A positive work-life balance and Tula’s natural beauty and lifestyle
OSU-CHS has a tenured relationship with Kaye/Bassman and has retained the executive search firm, once again, to support OSU-CHS in their efforts to attract and hire talented physicians to join the faculty at OSU-CHS, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. OSU-CHS is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.