The Division of Endocrinology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is seeking outstanding candidates for a faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Member. This is an exceptional career opportunity for a highly motivated, academically driven pediatric endocrinologist, anxious to work in an exceptionally well-funded, collaborative, and encouraging institution alongside premier clinicians, basic science researchers and staff.
Applications are being accepted on the clinical faculty track for highly qualified, board certified pediatric endocrinologists. This position is being added to a fully staffed team consisting of two pediatric endocrinologists, two mid-level providers and a growth hormone case manager.
The position requires forward-thinking to build on St. Jude’s foundation of excellence within an interdisciplinary environment. The successful applicant should be a physician with an MD or DO degree, have successfully completed an accredited residency and hold board certification in pediatric endocrinology, and eligible for medical licensure in Tennessee.
The Division of Endocrinology at St. Jude is a consult service that specializes in the evaluation and management of children with endocrine conditions related to childhood cancers, brain tumors and hematological disorders. Clinical responsibilities are limited to patients receiving outpatient and inpatient care at St. Jude and do not involve any off-campus coverage and/or satellite clinics. Inpatient, outpatient and on-call coverage of the Endocrinology service over the weekdays and weekends is required and is shared among clinicians in the Division.
St. Jude offers an exceptional environment for the delivery of outstanding and highly collaborative clinical care and unique opportunities for the pursuit of clinical research, particularly in the area of cancer-related endocrinopathies. St. Jude leads some of the world’s largest survivorship research programs and successful candidates with an interest in the investigation of endocrine outcomes in childhood cancer survivors will be encouraged to seek a joint appointment with the Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Control and to participate in these areas. This may involve research collaborations with St. Jude LIFE, an unprecedented research study that brings long-term childhood cancer survivors back to St. Jude for regular health screenings throughout their adult lives.
Faculty rank will be commensurate with previous training and experience. Compensation is very competitive and commensurate with experience.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a private nonprofit academic research institution with a mission to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. We value diversity among our faculty, are committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community, and strongly encourage applications from underrepresented groups and women.
St. Jude is located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, a vibrant and friendly city at the historic crossroads of music, trade, food, and culture. Forbes recently named Memphis as the 4th happiest city in which to work, and Money magazine listed Memphis as one of the least expensive cities in which to raise a child.
St. Jude is consistently highly ranked in the U. S. News Best Children’s Hospital’s for Pediatric Cancer and in Fortune magazine’s list of 100 best places to work.
How to apply:
Interested candidate should submit a letter of interest, CV and three reference letters directly online.
Alternatively, the application materials can to be sent to:
Angela Delaney, MD - Division Director
Department of Pediatric Medicine, Division of Endocrinology
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105-3678
The successful applicant should be a physician with an MD or DO degree, have successfully completed an accredited residency and hold board certification in pediatric endocrinology, and eligible for medical licensure in Tennessee.