Anatomy/Neuroscience Faculty

  • California Health Sciences University
  • 120 North Clovis Avenue, Clovis, CA, USA
  • Jun 11, 2021
Full time Medicine & Dentistry

Job Description

The Anatomy/Neuroscience Faculty in the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) is primarily responsible for osteopathic medical student education and will play a vital role in developing an anatomy program that is entirely holographic. The Anatomy/Neuroscience Faculty member will join an interdisciplinary team of science educators and clinicians working to develop and deliver an integrated osteopathic medical curriculum utilizing team-based learning and active learning modalities.

 Essential Duties: 

  • Teaching Load:
    • All faculty are expected to contribute to the teaching load of the Department in which he/she holds an appointment. The amount of teaching will be negotiated annually with the Department Chair.
  • Responsibilities:
    • Curriculum development and delivery;
    • Learner and curriculum assessment;
    • Learner advising and interviewing;
    • Research agenda development;
    • Engagement and contribution to scholarly activities;
    • Active participation on College Committees;
    • Other duties as assigned.

Preferred and Required Qualifications

Education:

  • PhD, DO, or MD required

Skills & Experience:

  • Expertise in human anatomy;
  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with students, faculty, administrators, patients, and other health professionals;
  • Adept at organizing complex scientific and professional subject matter and designing instructional strategies that make the material easier to understand and apply;
  • Skilled in using computer software, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;
  • Ability to use electronic and internet educational and professional resource;
  • Strong critical thinking skills and the ability to function effectively and collaboratively in an interprofessional patient care environment;
  • Experience in teaching in medical education with a team-based learning format is preferred.