This position is a physiology educator with a commitment to medical student education. The incumbent will participate in curriculum development and integration with the clinical sciences, working collaboratively with like-minded and talented individuals across the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine's three campuses. The position is responsible for developing and delivering teaching material on physiological principles needed for the practice of clinical medicine. The incumbent will be actively involved in physiology teaching throughout students' basic science and clinical education. The incumbent will also have administrative responsibilities including coordination with other courses, generation of appropriate evaluation tools, and cross campus collaborations.
1.Develop and deliver curricular material on basic physiological principles needed for the practice of clinical medicine. Teaching responsibilities will include instructional design consistent and in collaboration with the Instructors of Record, preparation of course materials, presentation of lectures, facilitation of small group active learning sessions, coaching medical students, assisting with labs.
2.Administrative responsibilities include coordination with other courses, assuring courses are horizontally and vertically integrated and aligned with HCOM curriculum, generation of appropriate evaluation tools and assessment of learners and of programs, cross campus and cross discipline collaborations with faculty and administrative support, incorporate educational best practices as well as any relevant national standards for all teaching and learning activities, and continuous review and improvement of the curriculum. Service responsibilities can include but not be limited to medical school applicant selection and various college committees.
D.O., M.D. or PhD in physiology or closely related field, 3 to 5 years of work experience in the development and implementation of courses in physiological sciences as well as demonstrated excellence in delivering course content to medical students is required. Previous experience in teaching collegiate or medical school physiology or related courses is required.
Planning Unit: Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
Department: COM-Biomedical Sciences
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Thomas Rosol, firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment Type: full-time regular
Internal Number: 33627
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