We invite applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track, Senior Lecturer position in the Department of Biological Structure, at the University of Washington (UW). This is a 12 month service period position (Jun-July). The anticipated start date is January 1, 2020. This individual will be the Spokane, Washington site-lead for providing quality Human Form and Function (HFF) Gross Anatomy instruction (lectures and laboratory activities) for medical students of the UW School of Medicine multistate medical education program, WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho). As a faculty member, the individual will be responsible for preparation and maintenance of all specimens, and will deliver all forms of academic instruction, administration and research, maintaining the highest standards expected by the UW School of Medicine and WWAMI Spokane. He/she will be required to work closely with HFF faculty across the WWAMI region to design course material, laboratory activities, and assessment questions.
A Ph.D. is required in Biology or a related field; 3 or more years of experience with Gross Anatomy instruction including managing dissection/prosection labs, a record of successful and innovative teaching experience at a University Medical School, and a proven ability to lead an interdisciplinary, collaborative team including clinical specialists. Given the nature of WWAMI education, demonstrated collaborative administrative skills across institutions are highly desirable. Because radiographic images are used to teach anatomy, the instructor must have a strong background in cross sectional imaging. Knowledge and expertise in using ultrasound in anatomy teaching is also desirable.
Please submit a curriculum vita, summaries of research and teaching experience, and three references to: apply.interfolio.com/65368
Consideration of applications will commence August 19, 2019.
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