Psychiatry Residency Program Director

Minneapolis, Minnesota
May 25, 2023
Position Type

Residency Program Director

The University of Minnesota, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

The University of Minnesota, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences is seeking candidates for the position of Residency Program Director to lead an ACGME-accredited program in Minneapolis, MN. The Program Director will be responsible for directing the day-to-day operation and administration of the adult residency program, for providing resident support and professional development, and for interfacing with clinical, research, and inclusive excellence sectors within the department. The Program Director will also have a unique opportunity to participate in strategic planning for the department and creating new visions for growth and development in educational activities.

The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences is a strong and thriving department with award winning core faculty. This is a wonderful opportunity to join a high-functioning, cohesive, and creative team that is intent on shaping the future of Psychiatry.

Applicants must have educational leadership experience, with at least three years experience as a core educational faculty member at an ACGME-accredited Psychiatry residency program, and must be board certified in Psychiatry. Rank, track and compensation are dependent upon experience.


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Reference: MED DIR 22132