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Pediatrics, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics, Division Chief Stanford University
The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University seeks a Chief for the Division of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP). The successful candidate will be a recognized national or international leader in Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics and will be responsible for the supervision and development of clinical services, education, research, and community engagement activities for members of the Division within the Department of Pediatrics, other relevant areas of the Stanford School of Medicine, the Stanford Health Care system, including Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford (LPCHS) and its partner sites, and the University. Appointment may be at the level of Associate or Full Professor and may occur either within the University Tenure Line, University Medical Line, Non-tenure Line (Research) or Clinician Educator Line.
Open Line, Open Rank, Artificial Intelligence Faculty Cluster Hire Search Stanford University
The Stanford University School of Medicine (SoM) is recruiting multiple faculty at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in the University Tenure Line (UTL), University Medical Line (UML), or Non-Tenure Line-Research (NTL-R) through this AI (Artificial Intelligence) Faculty Cluster Hire Search. We are specifically interested in candidates who have experience developing and applying novel biomedical AI and data science methods that incorporate biomedical domain expertise to ensure relevance and impact to health and medicine. Candidates will be hired into one or more SoM department(s) and contribute to the research, educational, and if relevant, clinical activities.
Open Rank Faculty Position in History/Social Studies Education Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Stanford Graduate School of Education is seeking nominations and applications for a faculty member specializing in history/social studies education. The successful candidate will have a strong record of accomplishment in the field, including a doctoral degree with a scholarly focus in the area of history/social studies education and/or the preparation of teachers for secondary history/social studies classrooms.
Stanford Department of English/Creative Writing Program Open Rank Faculty Search, Fiction Writer Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Department of English and the Creative Writing Program at Stanford University are conducting a search for a tenure-track Assistant Professor, tenured Associate Professor or Full Professor, Fiction Writer.
Open Rank Faculty Position in Early Learning Systems Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
Stanford’s Graduate School of Education is seeking a faculty member at any rank whose work focuses on systems that support learning in the early years of life (birth through early elementary). Applicants’ disciplines (e.g., psychology, economics, sociology) and areas of research may vary; however, a primary emphasis should be on the public systems that provide services and supports to children, parents, care providers, and educators (e.g., child care, healthcare, child welfare). Example domains include early childhood workforce training and credentialing, compensation, and retention; impacts of universal pre-K program implementation on infant and toddler care; and PreK-G3 alignment efforts. Emphasis on multi-systems integration and innovations in data science to support such integration may be beneficial. Research that includes historically underrepresented groups and focuses on equity in early childhood is strongly desirable. The candidate will contribute to the new Stanford Center on Early Childhood and should be eager to collaborate across disciplines within the Stanford Graduate School of Education and across other Schools and Institutes across campus. The successful candidate will be expected to teach and advise students at the graduate level.
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Ophthalmology (Research) Stanford University
The Department of Ophthalmology at Stanford University seeks a highly qualified candidate to join the Department as Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in the University Tenure or Non-Tenure Line. We are particularly interested in candidates who have a PhD, MD-PhD, or equivalent degree including OD, in a related field.
Assistant Professor in Iberian and Latin American Cultures Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures (ILAC) at Stanford University seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor who is a specialist in Spanish-language poetry, working in at least two regions and/or traditions.
Movement Disorders CE Search Neurology Stanford University
The Division of Movement Disorders in the Department of Neurology at Stanford University seeks a board certified Neurologist to join the Department as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor in the Clinician Educator Line. The successful applicant should have ABPN Board Certification, at least a two-year Movement Disorders Fellowship, or equivalent, currently being completed or previously completed, clinical experience and expertise diagnosing and treating a wide range of movement disorders, be able to perform botulinum toxin injections for movement disorders, perform assessments to determine eligibility for neuromodulation interventions, such as Deep Brain Stimulation and Focused Ultrasound, and perform Deep Brain Stimulation programming. We are particularly interested in candidates who have clinical trials or clinical research experience, including performing clinical research assessments.
Assistant Rank Faculty Position in English Language Arts Education Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Stanford Graduate School of Education is seeking nominations and applications for an early career (untenured) faculty member specializing in secondary school English Language Arts and adolescent literacy with a preferred emphasis on school-based scholarship relevant to issues of equity, inclusion, and supporting students of various backgrounds and learning needs. The successful candidate will have a strong record of accomplishment, including a doctoral degree with a focus in the area of English language arts and/or the conduct of teacher education in secondary English language arts. Applicants are strongly preferred to have prior classroom experience at the secondary level. Further, the candidate should have expertise in various aspects of youth literacy development; these could include and are not limited to literature, writing, disciplinary-based literacy, literacy in different contexts, impacts of technology.
Assistant Rank Faculty Position in Promoting Learning in Early Childhood Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
Stanford’s Graduate School of Education is seeking an early career (untenured) faculty member whose work focuses on studying developmental and/or contextual experiences that promote learning, broadly defined, in early childhood. For example, the work could focus on family interactions and home experiences; early childhood care and education programs, settings, and curricula; and teaching strategies and everyday classroom experiences. The work could include approaches such as identifying and assessing relevant skills and processes, and/or creating, implementing, and evaluating the effectiveness of new intervention programs. Applicants should focus on learning from birth through early elementary school (PreK-G3). Preference will be given to applicants who consider issues of equity and include children from historically underrepresented or underserved groups. The faculty member will contribute to the new Stanford Center on Early Childhood and applicants should be eager to collaborate across disciplines within the Stanford Graduate School of Education and across other Schools and Institutes on campus. The successful candidate will be expected to teach and advise students at the graduate level.
Assistant Rank Faculty Position in Education and Organizations Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Stanford Graduate School of Education seeks applicants for an early career (untenured) faculty position in education and organizations. We seek an empirical social-science researcher who studies organizations such as schools, colleges and universities, education businesses, education philanthropies, government and regulatory agencies, and the relationships among these and other organizations that constitute the ecosystem for education—in the United States and/or internationally. We welcome applications from scholars deploying a wide range of methods and data, including ethnographic, qualitative, comparative-historical, and quantitative/computational approaches.
Open Rank Faculty Position in Politics, Governance, and Political Economy of Education Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Stanford Graduate School of Education seeks applicants for an open-rank position in politics, governance and political economy of education. We seek a scholar who brings empirical and conceptual insights to our understanding of the politics of education, educational policy making, educational governance, and/or the political economy of education with a preference for scholars who engage with policy makers or whose work directly informs policy. The scholar will join a community of researchers who study educational phenomena from a range of disciplinary perspectives. They will be expected to teach courses and advise and work with students on topics in their area of expertise.
Faculty Positions in Organizational Behavior Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Graduate School of Business seeks to hire tenure-track faculty in micro-organizational behavior beginning September 1, 2025. Applicants should possess a strong research background and an interest in the study of organizations and organizational behavior broadly defined, and the ability to teach effectively in both MBA and PhD programs. The search is open to junior candidates with a micro-OB orientation. Applicants should have or expect to complete a PhD in a relevant domain by September 1, 2025.
Open Rank Afro-Caribbean and/or Afro-Latin American Studies Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Department of African and African American Studies (DAAAS) at Stanford University is conducting an open-rank search for a faculty position in Afro-Caribbean Studies and/or Afro-Latin American Studies in the humanities, arts, or humanistic social sciences, to be appointed at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor depending on candidate qualifications. The position is open to scholar-researchers or practicing artist-scholars with a PhD or MFA. The term of the appointment is expected to begin on September 1, 2025.
Pediatric Rheumatologist Stanford University
The Division of Rheumatology in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine/ Stanford Medicine Children’s Health is recruiting a Clinician Educator as a Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, or Clinical Professor. The major criterion for appointment as Clinician Educators is excellence in the overall mix of clinical care, teaching, administrative and/or scholarship appropriate to the programmatic need the individual is expected to fulfill.
Breast Medical Oncologist: Assistant, Associate, or full Professor Stanford University
The Division of Oncology in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University seeks a board-certified or eligible Breast Medical Oncologist as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor in the University Medical Line (UML). An early or mid-career physician scientist is preferred. Faculty rank will be determined by the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.
Medical Director, Single Ventricle Program Stanford University
The Division of Cardiology in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine/Stanford Medicine Children’s Health is recruiting a Clinician Educator as a Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, or Clinical Professor. We are specifically interested in candidates with expertise in pediatric heart failure and heart transplantation, as well as the longitudinal care of patients with univentricular hearts. The successful candidate will join the Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Therapies team and serve as the Medical Director of the Single Ventricle Program, with outpatient and consultative clinical responsibilities.
Assistant Professor in Climate Dynamics Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Climate Dynamics. The Stanford Doerr School encompasses a broad range of expertise in sustainability, including departments of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Earth & Planetary Science, Earth System Science, Environmental Social Sciences, Geophysics, and Oceans. This is a school-wide search intended to build expertise in the processes governing Earth’s climate system through a variety of methodologies and approaches, including theory, modeling, instrumental observations, and data analysis. There is particular interest in broadening the school’s research in atmospheric dynamics and its interactions with other components of the climate system, though all interested candidates are encouraged to apply.
Senior appointment in the Department of Sociology at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor Stanford University
The Department of Sociology at Stanford University seeks applicants for a senior appointment in the Department of Sociology at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. Applicants must have demonstrated a commitment to effective teaching and mentoring and the ability to maintain a world-class research program. The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. in a related field and will be expected to teach and advise students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The term of appointment is expected to begin on September 1, 2025.
Stanford East Bay Urologist Stanford University Pacific Daylight Time
The Department of Urology at Stanford University seeks a board-certified or board-eligible urologist with an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. (or equivalent) to join the department in the East Bay as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Clinician Educator (CE) Line to develop a clinical practice focused on general urology. Although the applicant will be expected to treat all aspects of adult urology, applicants with particular interest and experience in urologic oncology or female urology are particularly desirable.

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