Welcome

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Georgetown University Medical Center faculty member or choosing to advance your career.  Before beginning your application, you can first learn more about the Committee on Appointments and Promotions, and also attend the Appointment, Promotions & Mentoring Workshops hosted by OFAA to ask questions in person. 

We will take you through 3 simple steps to complete your application for appointment or promotion:

  1. Determine your faculty category (below)
  2. Identify your appropriate track and rank
  3. Discuss with your academic chair and apply.  Please use the faculty portal if you do not know your academic chair.

​Information for Department Chairs, Human Resources Contacts, and Department Administrators

Step 1: Determine your faculty category

Please review the 4 boxes below, and decide which of the 4 categories you best affiliate with for your new appointment or promotion.

School of Medicine University Employed Faculty

School of Medicine University Employed Faculty are individuals employed by GUMC.

Includes the following tracks:

  • Tenure 
  • Research 
  • Medical Educator 
  • Adjunct 
  • Emeritus/Emerita
  • Special Titles 

Go to Step 2 (university): Identify your appropriate track and rank

School of Medicine Non-University Employed Faculty

School of Medicine Non-University Employed Faculty are individuals employed by GUMC affiliates (i.e., MedStar).

Includes the following tracks: 

  • Clinician Educator 
  • Clinician Scholar 
  • Clinician
  • Biomedical Educator 
  • Biomedical Scholar
  • Adjunct
  • Emeritus/Emerita

Go to Step 2 (Non-university): Identify your appropriate track and rank

School of Nursing and Health Studies Faculty

For individuals seeking appointment at the School of Nursing and Health Studies, we offer the following lines:

  • NHS Educator 
  • NHS Researcher
  • NHS Tenure
  • NHS Adjunct

View NHS Lines

Post Doctoral Fellows

These are the forms to use when hiring a post-doctoral fellow.

View Post Doc Fellows documents