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Open positions include (click the link to apply): 

  • Assistant Dean for Admissions - Student Affairs and Diversity: The Assistant Dean for Admissions reports to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Diversity and is responsible for providing visionary leadership to the College's Admissions Team. This position is responsible for overseeing the Admissions process to ensure the matriculation of a highly qualified entering class aligned with the mission, vision, values and desirable personal characteristics, diversity priorities and enrollment goals of the College of Medicine. 
  • Clinical Adjunct Faculty: Clinical Adjunct Faculty physicians are those who are passionate about medical student teaching, role-modeling and whole-person care. Excellent candidates strive to cultivate students' character, compassion and competence through innovative medical education. Clinical adjunct faculty should be dependable, motivated, supportive, creative, professional with communication and team-based interactions, and willing to learn and employ newer teached modalities. Candidates from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in medicine are highly encouraged to apply.
  • Curriculum Manager (Year 1, 2) & Curriculum Manager (Year 3, & 4): These two positions - Curriculum Manager (Year 1, 2) & Curriculum Manager (Year 3, 4) - are responsible for coordinating various aspects of medical education curriculum including foundational phases (Year 1, 2) and clerkship & individualization phases (Year 3, 4). 
  • Clinical Educator: As their primary responsibility, the clinician educator will be involved in the development, delivery, and assessment of a case-based, student-centered curriculum for pre-clinical medical students.  These faculty members will collaborate with an inter-professional and interdisciplinary faculty team to develop rich clinical cases that integrate the biomedical, social, and health systems sciences to foster student inquiry, acquisition, and application of knowledge to patient care. The faculty will be actively engaged as a small-group co-facilitator for the pre-clinical curriculum, provide additional academic support as needed for students, and serve as role-models in support of a positive learning environment, professionalism, and life-long learning. Additionally, faculty will mentor students with special interests in scholarly activity related to their discipline and area of focus.

    We are recruiting for specialists in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pathology. 

  • Director of Assessment & Evaluation, Academic & Faculty Affairs: The Director of Assessment & Evaluation will provide collaborative leadership in the development of learning assessment and program evaluation and improvement for the undergraduate medical education program. 
  • Director of Pathway Programs & Recruitment - Student Affairs & DiversityReporting to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Diversity, the Director of Pathway Programs and Recruitment is responsible for providing visionary leadership to the College of Medicine’s pathway programs and new student recruitment activities. This position is responsible for overseeing the development and administration of pathway programs and recruitment activities to ensure a diverse and academically qualified applicant pool aligned with the mission, vision, values, desirable personal characteristics, diversity priorities, and enrollment goals of the College of Medicine.
  • Medical Education CoordinatorReporting to the Department of Medical Education Chair, the medical education coordinator works with course directors and administration to facilitate the medical school years 1 and 2 curriculum.
  • Scientist Educator: As their primary responsibility, the science educator will be involved in the development, delivery, and assessment of a case-based, student-centered curriculum for pre-clinical medical students.  These faculty members will collaborate with an inter-professional and interdisciplinary faculty team of clinician and science educators to develop rich clinical cases that integrate the biomedical, social, and health systems sciences to foster student inquiry, acquisition, and application of knowledge to patient care. The faculty will be actively engaged as a small-group co-facilitator for the pre-clinical curriculum, provide additional academic support as needed for students, and serve as role-models in support of a positive learning environment, professionalism, and life-long learning. Additionally, faculty will mentor students with special interests in scholarly activity related to their discipline and area of focus.

    We are recruiting for specialists in Anatomy and Microbiology.