The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine at NYU School of Medicine is recruiting for a Director of Emergency Medicine Simulation.

The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine is home to a four year residency with 59 residents. We offer 5 fellowship programs: Simulation, Ultrasound, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Safety. We are a diverse group of faculty and trainees actively seeking to promote women and other underrepresented minorities into leadership positions.

The Director of Emergency Medicine Simulation will report directly to the Vice Chair for Education, Academic Affairs and Learning Innovation. The candidate will provide leadership for all department simulation initiatives for students, residents, fellows and faculty and develop innovative educational programs and forums. S/he will enhance key relationships with the NYU School of Medicine, Hospital, Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, NYSIM and other key stakeholders. The candidate will provide program leadership to simulation fellows and provide key interface with the NYU/Bellevue EM Residency.

The ideal candidate will be board-certified in emergency medicine with fellowship training in simulation. The ability to enhance curriculum and build collaborative relationships is strongly desired.

Additional formal training (master’s degree in education or a related field) and experience with program development, applied educational models, scholarly educational accomplishment, and/or educational research expertise is preferred.

If interested, please send your CV and letter of interest to: Kristin Carmody, MD, MHPE Vice Chair for Education [email protected]