The Faculty of Health Sciences encompasses the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Rehabilitation Therapy, as well as the Life Sciences Program.
Non-Canadian physicians who are trained outside of Canada must meet certain requirements for licensure in addition to obtaining a Work Permit. The recruitment of such individuals must be approved by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and they must be eligible to hold specialty certification from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or be eligible for the Royal College examinations in the specialty/sub-specialty concerned.
Check back often, more positions will be added as they become available.
|Academic Anesthesiologists||Position Description|
|Academic Cardiologist (Cardiac Electrophysiology)||Position Description|
|Academic Critical Care Physicians||Position Description|
|Academic Dermatopathologist||Position Description|
|Academic General Internist - Clinician Educator||Position Description|
|Academic Haematologist: Clinician-Educator||Position Description|
|Academic Haematologist - Clinician Scholar||Position Description|
|Academic Infectious Disease Physician||Position Description|
|Academic Mohs Surgeon - Clinician-Scholar||Position Description|
|Academic Neurologist - Stroke Specialist||Position Description|
|Academic Nephrologist - Clinician-Scholar||Position Description|
|Academic Surgical Retina & Vitreous Specialist||Position Description|
|Academic Rheumatologist - Division Chair or Clinician-Scholar
|Bioinformatics - Queen's National Scholar||Position Description|
|Cardiothoracic and Interventional Radiologist 50%, Body Imager 50%||Position Description|
|Pediatric Respirologist/Pediatrician with interest in Respirology||Position Description|
Psychiatry - Adult Psychiatrists
|SEAMO Medical Education Scholars||Position Description|
Additional position postings:
The faculty's mission is to educate health professionals and students in the biomedical sciences by conducting research, by generating a spirit of enquiry, and by serving the health needs of the people of southeastern Ontario, drawing on Queen's learning environment to enable graduates to become the leading health professionals for Canada's rural, northern, and urban communities and to provide researchers and educators for the nation's future.