Job Title Assistant Professor Department Institute on Development and Disability Location CDRC 2346 Work Unit Description The Institute on Development and Disability (IDD) at OHSU works with patients, families, clinicians, researchers, and many other professionals to meet the goal of improving the lives of people with disabilities. The IDD performs research and care to support every patient, from premature babies to older adults, facing changes in life due to the onset of disabling conditions. With more than 100 years of practice, we understand how to best meet the needs of our patients and their families in Oregon and beyond. We embrace the right of people with disabilities to determine the course of their lives and to live as fully integrated, contributing members of their communities. Work Schedule, Hours, FTE, Salary Range FTE: 1.0 Schedule: Variable Salary Range: Competitive Location: Portland, OR (OHSU Marquam Hill Campus) Job Type: Faculty Functions/Duties of Position Providing Developmental-Behavioral pediatric care to children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and complex special health care needs at CDRC, including: The Feeding and Swallowing Disorders Program at CDRC The Autism Team The Developmental Assessment Clinic Providing cross coverage for most of the diagnostic clinics at CDRC follow-up programs The Developmental Pediatrics Consultative Clinic, Vancouver, WA Neurodevelopmental Clinic Participating in interdisciplinary diagnostic evaluations in the CDRC Child Development Clinics and making recommendations for further diagnostic testing, treatment and ongoing medical management of identified conditions. Specific responsibilities include completion of chart reviews, obtainment of histories, conducting physical and developmental-behavioral examinations and developmental testing, participation in team staffings, provision of parent education/counseling regarding behavioral or developmental diagnoses, and preparation of clinical reports. Working toward assuming the role of Program Director for the Neurodevelopment and Feeding and Swallowing Disorders Program within the next two years. Academic research and teaching effort: Collaborate with other areas on campus to become involved with research and/or teaching in areas of interest. Able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation. Job Requirements
M.D. or D.O. Degree, Board Certification in Pediatrics.
Completed Fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics.
Board eligible/certified in Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics or Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics.
Experience working in interdisciplinary settings.
Demonstrated interest in scholarly activities.
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