The Division of Infectious Disease at Seattle Children's Hospital and the University of Washington is seeking a full-time faculty member as an Assistant Professor (without tenure due to funding) or Associate Professor (without tenure due to funding), on the Clinician-Scholar track. Rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. This is a 12-month service period with an anticipated start date of Spring or Summer 2023. Assistant Professor(s) are eligible for multi-year appointments that align with a 12-month service period (July 1-June 30). Associate Professor(s) hold indefinite appointments that align with a 12-month service period (July 1-June 30). Faculty with 12-month service periods are paid for 11 months of service over a 12-month period (July-June), meaning the equivalent of one month is available for paid time off. All University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service. The Clinician-Scholar track is appropriate for faculty members who will spend the majority of their time on clinical and/or administrative work. The track also provides the opportunity for focused scholarship in the applicant's chosen area. This position will engage in clinical and administrative service and research in solid organ transplant infectious diseases. Administrative responsibilities for this position include serving as the solid organ transplant-ID liaison. The clinical responsibilities include attending on the infectious diseases inpatient consult service, in the general infectious diseases clinic, and possibly the HIV clinic. The Division of Infectious Diseases is a dynamic group of approximately 35 faculty members focused on excellence in research, clinical care, teaching, and quality improvement. Approximately 16 faculty members share the clinical responsibilities. Our vision is to eliminate infectious diseases in children through excellence in integrated research, clinical care, and teaching. Our mission is to provide exceptional clinical care and make transformative discoveries to advance the treatment and prevention of pediatric infectious diseases while training the next generation of scientific leaders.