If you are interested in joining the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, please review the openings below and contact Dr. Jeffrey Cluver at cluverj@musc.edu

Sleep Research

The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) invites nominations and applications for a leadership position in Sleep Medicine at the Associate Professor or Professor Rank. The successful candidate for this position will hold a primary, tenure-track (or tenured, depending on qualifications) appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. The department is nationally recognized research intensive department that consistently ranks in the top 10 NIH funded psychiatry departments in the United States with an annual research portfolio exceedingly $40M. Read more about this opportunity.

Division of Community and Public Safety

Candidate will be an MD/DO who has completed a general psychiatry residency, is board certified or board eligible in psychiatry and is able to hold an unrestricted medical license in South Carolina. Candidate will be part of the clinical team to provide telepsychiatry services to inmates in the South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC), as well as in-person medication management treatment of inmates at SCDC facilities.  This position includes supervision and teaching of other health professionals and trainees.   

Telepsychiatry 

Candidate will be an MD/DO who has completed a general psychiatry residency, is board certified or board eligible in psychiatry and is able to hold an unrestricted medical license in South Carolina. Candidate will be part of the expanding team providing telepsychiatry services across a number of clinical settings.  

Outreach Psychiatry

Candidate will be an MD/DO who has completed a general psychiatry residency, is board certified or board eligible in psychiatry and is able to hold an unrestricted medical license in South Carolina. Candidate will be part of the department's expanding community outreach program and will provide clinical services in an inpatient setting.