Job Hunting and Negotiating: A Guide for Future (and New) PM&R Faculty. Kevin M. Means, M.D. Professor and Chairman University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Little Rock, Arkansas email@example.com.
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Kevin M. Means, M.D.
Professor and Chairman
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
College of Medicine
Department of Physical Medicine
Little Rock, Arkansas
From the Chair’s Perspective:
"Tell me about yourself."
A short & professional synopsis; no personal info
"Why do you want to work here?“
Tell how does the Dept. aligns with your goals, needs
"What do you see yourself doing in five years?“
Independent research funding, academic promotion
"What is your greatest strength; weakness?“
Take a strength that relates to the job description; give an example;
Take a positive trait and make it a weakness (e.g. perfectionist, too focused sometimes)
“What would your ideal position look like?”
Be honest, but be realistic
"What kind of salary are you looking for?“
Avoid discussing specific amounts at this point
Clinical, Teaching Load
Moving Expenses/ Housing Help
Salary Recovery Time
Travel and Conference Expenses
Job-Hunting for a Partner or SpouseWhat Is Negotiable?
It’s unlikely to get better next time!
Typically, the Department should provide