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Job Title: Occ Med Physician
PVN ID: QC-1702-001677
Category: Managerial and Professional
Location: QUEENS COLLEGE
Key Features
Department
Commoner Center
Status
Full Time
Annual Salary Range
$140,000.00 - $174,000.00
Closing Date
Apr 22, 2017 (Or Until Filled)

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Job Description

General Description

Position in Occupational Medicine, City University of New York

 

The Barry Commoner Center for Health and the Environment (BCCHE) at Queens College, CUNY, seeks a trained occupational medicine physician or other physician with equivalent experience to become associate director of a national occupational medicine screening program at university-based occupational and environmental health research institute. Tasks involve overseeing program staff; ensuring quality of program procedures and outputs; maintaining relationships with unions, subcontractors and external organizations, including the funding agency; and conducting research within screening program.  Additional research opportunities may become available.

 

The Barry Commoner Center for Health and the Environment is an environmental and occupational health research institute at Queens College, City University of New York, the nation's largest public university. The mission of the Center is to identify and help rectify environmental and occupational threats to human health (http://commonercenter.org/index.html). Areas of current research include air pollution, immigrant and occupational health, lung cancer screening and World Trade Center health effects.

 

CUNY is an equal opportunity employer and seeks diversity in its faculty and staff.

 


Other Duties

The opportunity to spend part-time in an occupational medicine clinic may be possible, if desired. BCCHE is located in mid-Queens on the campus of Queens College.


Qualifications

Candidates should be physicians who are board-certified or board-eligible in occupational medicine or other specialty with equivalent occupational health experience. Clinical and public health expertise is required. The successful candidate will work directly with long-time BCCHE Director and screening program co-director, Dr. Steven Markowitz.