Copenhagen University Hospital
Fixed-term (5 years) externally financed Clinical Professorship
in Endocrinology with special focus on diabetes and pregnancy
Applications are invited for a fixed-term (5 years) externally financed salaried Clinical Professorship in Endocrinology with special focus on diabetes and pregnancy at the Department of Orthopaedics and Internal Medicine to commence as soon as possible.
The clinical professorship consists of a salaried professorship at the Faculty of Health Sciences and a consultancy in the Capital Region of Denmark, with service at Rigshospitalet, the Abdominal Centre.
It is a requirement for appointment that the applicant is accepted for both the professorship and the consultancy. In order to be considered, the applicant must therefore send an application both to the Faculty (the professorship) and to Rigshospitalet (the consultancy). This also applies to applicants who are already employed as consultants at the hospital.
Terms of employment
The area of employment for the consultancy is the Capital Region of Denmark with service at the above-mentioned workplace. Appointment to the position of consultant is subject to the joint academic collective agreement and associated organisational agreement for consultants made between H:S and Association of Danish Medical Specialists, Foreningen af Speciallæger.
For the professorship the appointee will receive a pensionable annual salary of DKK 169.841,17 (1 April 2009 level).
Deadline for application: 3 July 2009, 14.00 at the latest.
This notice is an extract which may not be used as the basis for an application.
The full text of the notice inviting applications for the professorship is available from www.ku.dk/stillinger or from the faculty on tel. + 45 35 32 71 06.
The full text of the notice inviting applicants for the consultancy is available from www.laegejob.dk or from Rigshospitalet on tel. +45 34 5 35 95
Copenhagen University Hospital provides the framework for the university-based partnership between the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Copenhagen, the Capital Region of Denmark and Region Zealand. The Steno Diabetes Center is an associated member.