Meep, meep! Car enthusiasts from around the world race to Carlisle each year for its renowned car shows. General urologists will race there for UPMC Carlisle’s new urology position. With a 3-year guaranteed salary of $480K and a $100K retention bonus, this job is like taking that first spin in your brand new car.
This job is a smooth ride. Yes, it’s sleek and luxurious, with a high salary, but it’s also secure, in a safe city with highly ranked schools. The new urologist will join one partner and have access to a da Vinci Xi and plenty of robotic support. Call is shared, and rarely requires going in. Hospitalists are on duty 24/7. It’s easy to shift gears between work and relaxation.
Carlisle will accommodate your entire family. Like a 3-row seater, Carlisle enjoys a fine reputation for suiting all of its passengers. Niche.com calls it “one of the best places to live in Pennsylvania.” Founded in 1751, the city pleases everyone you’d want to fit into your luxury SUV, from toddlers to college students to octogenarians.
You’ll enjoy spending time in the shop. The charming downtown is buzzing with bars, restaurants, and shopping livened by the presence of nearby Dickinson College, the first college in the U.S. The American Artisan Gallery on Hanover Street offers a wide variety of handcrafted art from across the country, and more than 100 antique dealers set up shop at Bedford Street Antiques, a former church that later served as a clothing factory before the most recent overhaul.
Carlisle is sporty. LeTort Spring Run is featured in angler Chris Santella’s popular book Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die. A 2-mile rail trail running alongside the creek is great for hiking and birdwatching. Kings Gap state park offers an extensive network of scenic hiking trails. The park’s 32-room Cameron-Masland mansion regularly hosts tours, yoga gatherings, astronomy classes, and concerts.
Carlisle is also cultured. Audiences may relish a performance of the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, acclaimed as one of the best dance schools in the world. The art deco–style Carlisle Theater keeps all ages entertained with plays, concerts, and arthouse films. Meanwhile, history buffs fuel their tanks at the 56-acre U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, located at the U.S. Army War College. This is the main historical research facility for the U.S. Army and houses the world’s largest collection of Civil War photography.
Carlisle handles well. People are happy to live here. July’s Summerfest brings ten days of parades, ice cream socials, fireworks, concerts, theater, and craft displays. The other 355 days find friends gathering at favorite local hangouts such as the 1794 Whiskey Rebellion, known for its menu of 100 whiskeys and locally-sourced cuisine.
It’s fun to drive. From Carlisle, it’s easy to zoom off to other cities. Harrisburg is only 30 minutes away. And even your grandma’s Buick could get you to Baltimore in about 90 minutes. Philadelphia and DC are 2 hours away, and NYC is 3.
Put the pedal to the metal! Secure your $25K commencement bonus and inhale that new job smell before this one speeds away. Call Kara Savvas at 512-422-2788, and send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.