Department Chair for Health Outcomes and Behavior
Moffitt Cancer Center, the top-ranked NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center in the Southeastern United States, is seeking a mid-level or senior career faculty member to lead the Health Outcomes and Behavior Department (HOB) in the Division of Population Sciences. This position offers an exciting visionary opportunity to build upon Moffitt’s exceptional history of community engagement and large patient volume to accelerate research on behavioral interventions, cancer prevention and early detection, and cancer survivorship, with an emphasis on health equity. Candidates with a dynamic research program in one or more of these areas are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate may also serve as the Co-Leader of the Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) research program, if mutually desirable.
The HOB Department houses 19 faculty members engaged in team-oriented cancer prevention and control research, and together with the Cancer Epidemiology Department, constitutes Moffitt’s vibrant Division of Population Sciences. The overarching goal of HOB is to understand and intervene at multiple levels, including individuals, social networks, healthcare systems, communities, and beyond to prevent cancer, detect it earlier, and improve outcomes. Department members are highly collaborative, deeply engaged in the community, and are well integrated with clinical care at Moffitt. Additional information about HOB can be found here: https://moffitt.org/research-science/divisions-and-departments/population-science/health-outcomes-and-behavior/
Established resources for conducting research include the center's transdisciplinary departments, including a new Department of Machine Learning, diverse networks of community partners, a state-wide affiliate network of treatment providers, several research centers of excellence, and shared resources devoted to participant-reported outcomes measurement and biostatistics/bioinformatics. Moreover, Moffitt is a leader in the development of clinical care pathways and integration of patient reported outcomes into clinical care that lend themselves to applied research. Moffitt has also been recognized nationally and locally as a leader in diversity, equity and inclusion. Successful candidates are expected to support efforts that address equity and inclusion.
Successful candidates must have PhD or MD and relevant research, administrative, and leadership experience. An active, funded research program in cancer prevention or control and a strong history of peer-reviewed funding and publication are also required. Candidates must also have a demonstrated trajectory of leadership growth; mentoring skills; and have engaged in successful collaborative, multidisciplinary research. This position is tenure-earning. Although the primary focus of the position is research, mentoring and service are also expected commensurate with department leadership. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, and generous start-up packages.
Questions regarding the position should be directed to: Heather Jim, Ph.D., Program Co-Leader, Health Outcomes and Behavior ([email protected]
To apply, visit Department Chair, Health Outcomes and Behavior
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Equal Employment Opportunity:
Moffitt Cancer Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, or protected veteran or disabled status. We seek candidates whose skills, and personal and professional experience, have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.