The Medical Faculty of Ulm University is recruiting a
professor (W3) of child and adolescent psychiatry/
psychotherapy with a focus on trauma and emergency child and adolescent psychiatry/psychotherapy for the department of child and adolescent psychiatry/
(Medical Director: Prof. Dr. Joerg M. Fegert).
The applicant will represent the specialty of child and adolescent psychiatry and psychotherapy in research, medical education and treatment with a special focus on trauma and emergency issues in childhood and adolescence. A new post of a full professor established by the ministry for science, research and art, Baden-Württemberg in the context of the structural funding of the center of trauma research of the University of Ulm supports the interdisciplinary cooperation with other clinical and experimental groups within the trauma research center.
Experience with children and adolescents from foster families, nursing homes and/or care facilities with special traumatic strains and experiences in (acute) psychopharmacotherapy and/or consequences and follow-up costs of adverse (early) childhood experience is desirable.
Teaching obligations concern the complete field of child and adolescent psychiatry and psychotherapy with a special focus on trauma and emergency mental health.
The department has a focus on the dissemination of specialist knowledge, therefore the readiness to develop innovative forms of teaching such as e-learning is expected.
The professorship should enhance established clinical and research focuses of the department and should improve interdisciplinary exchange within the trauma research center.
The prerequisites for employment are a completed university degree/study of medicine, doctorate, habilitation or equivalent, medical specialist certification (in child and adolescent psychiatrie and psychotherapy) and corresponding experience in teaching.
We look forward to your application via our online application portal: https://stellenangebote.uni-ulm.de/m5bxs
Your contact for further information: Prof. Dr. J. M. Fegert, Tel. +49 731 500-61600.
Application deadline: 28.02.2020
The University is seeking to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and particularly encourage qualified female scientists to apply for this position.
Severely disabled applicants with equal aptitude will be given preferential consideration.