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Director of Human Resources
2265 Kraft Drive
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Director of Human Resources
350 Howard Street
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Director of Human Resources
910 South Donahue Drive
Auburn, AL 36832
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Clinical Faculty Positions - Auburn Campus
Openings for Clinical Discipline Chairs for the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM’s) new branch campus in Auburn, Alabama. The VCOM-Auburn campus will be located in Auburn University’s Research Park (and working in a public/private collaboration with Auburn University).
Clinical Faculty Positions - Carolinas Campus
Primary Care faculty needed to teach within the Principles of Primary Care Course. The course is a lecture / laboratory course that includes the curriculum for physical diagnosis, primary care topics, examination of the muscular and skeletal systems, communication, clinical skills, and osteopathic manipulation. Board certified faculty in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, and emergency medicine desired. The applicant must be skilled in osteopathic manipulation. The hours include each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, 47 weeks per year. Pay commensurate with training and expertise.
Faculty Member, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Department - Carolinas Campus
The position of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Faculty member participates in the organization and delivery of the educational and research programs related to osteopathic manipulative medicine and primary care at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Carolinas Campus. This position encompasses Educational, Clinical, and Research components.
Discipline Chair for Emergency Medicine – Virginia Campus
Oversee, plan and participate in delivery of EM curriculum.
Participate and teach in the OMM and Physical Diagnosis Laboratory
Discipline Chair for Surgery - Virginia Campus
The main functions of the clinical chair are to:
- Teach surgical topics in clinical medicine and surgical procedural skills.
- Recruit additional high quality clinical faculty in surgical subspecialties from time to time for on campus teaching and assisting in surgical procedural skills.
- Provide and assure a high quality surgery clinical rotation curriculum, website syllabus, and exams associated with that rotation.
- Serve as a positive advisor / mentor to students regarding clinical practice within the surgery specialty and in a surgery medicine residency positions.
- Participate in research and scholarly activity
- Participate in college service including clinical chairs meetings, college committees for planning and development, student interviews, and participation in the college outreach programs.
- The position is part time at three days per week or two days per week if duties are shared with other surgical faculty or Co-Chair.
Discipline Chair for Orthopedic Surgery – Virginia Campus
The Orthopedic Surgery Chair will be a member of the Clinical Affairs Department and fall under the Surgery Department of the college. The Chair will serve as subject matter expert in the field of Orthopedic Surgery.
Discipline Chair of Family Medicine, Primary Care Faculty in the Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Department - Carolinas Campus
The main functions of the position are to assure the recruitment and development of a high quality clinical faculty for on campus teaching and for off campus clinical site training. It also provides and assures a high quality clinical curriculum as well as quality research and scholarly activity. College service for this position includes committees for planning and development and participation in the college outreach programs. The role is consistent with the College’s primary goal, which is to prepare competent osteopathic primary care physicians to serve the rural and medically underserved areas of the Commonwealth of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and the Appalachian region and to provide scientific research that will improve the health of all humans. This position is an essential part of multiple departments at VCOM—Carolinas Campus, including Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. This position is a combined academic, administrative and clinical position, with duties that include but are not limited to: giving lectures, providing mentoring in labs, assessing proficiency in various settings, and being involved with faculty development. Clinically, this position is an integral part of educational training for medical student(s) (third and fourth year students), and primary care residents. In addition, the Chair will participate in providing medical outreach through local events and international mission trips.
Anatomy Lab Supervisor – Virginia Campus
The candidate will assist in the daily operations of the VCOM-Virginia Campus anatomy lab. In addition, the candidate will perform instructional duties in the classroom and the lab, assist in research projects, and assist medical students inside and outside the lab on topics related to Anatomy.
Anatomy Faculty - Carolinas Campus
Prepare and present lectures in neuroscience and serve as course director for neuroscience for first- and second-year medical students. In addition, should have a basic working knowledge of gross anatomy and embryology.
Research Biostatistician – Virginia Campus
The Biostatistician will collaborate with biomedical and clinical investigators to conduct research studies on one or more of a number of initiatives, both federally and industry supported, that are in need of statistical leadership. This position will also assist residents in VCOM affiliated graduate medical education programs to refine and develop research ideas and projects. The Biostatistician will assist faculty and residents in developing appropriate study protocols as well as assist with study design, collaborative development of statistical analysis plans, data analysis, interpretation and manuscript development and grant development. This position will be responsible for developing and analyzing a variety of research data using statistical methods, including the use of commonly available statistical software and computer analysis. The Biostatistician will manage the statistical computer systems, write programs and train others in the use of these systems.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy - Auburn Campus
Faculty position is part of a larger Biomedical Division team. Position will involve teaching Anatomy lecture and laboratory to medical students and actively participate in Anatomy lecture and laboratory curriculum development in collaboration with the Discipline Chair for Anatomy; conduct research and other scholarly activities with the goal of obtaining/maintaining extramural funding for these endeavors; remain current in professional area of interest and participate in professional societies and activities, participate in all assigned, required, as well as other related professional services and activities in the college.
Educational Specialist for Primary Care Division - Carolinas Campus
Organization and Management of OMM/PPC course materials, Clinical Procedural Skills course materials, and all forms of student access.
Coordinator for International and Appalachian Outreach - Auburn Campus
This position assists the Vice Provost for International and Appalachian Outreach, as well as other departmental staff, with the coordination of VCOM’s international and Appalachian outreach activities at the Auburn campus. The Coordinator is primarily responsible for international and local outreach trip preparation and follow-up, as well as coordinating departmental research and communications activities.
Coordinator for Student Services – Virginia Campus
This position is responsible for participating in the administration of student service programs on the Virginia Campus (VC) including but not limited to: assisting the Vice President and Director with events such as orientation, white coat ceremony, graduation, etc.; assisting the Director with student organizations/committees by tracking the distribution/depositing of student organization funds including handling day-to-day financial transactions, answering student questions about procedures, serving on the funding committee; assisting students in meeting professional expectations of being a medical student; administering other student programs as needed. This position also works with the Vice President on administrative duties.
Information Technology Technician – Auburn Campus
Provides support to desktop computer systems by performing installation and maintenance of software and hardware. Supports staff by troubleshooting and configuring systems. Recommend and procure computer systems and related software and peripherals. Assist faculty, staff and students on basic computer use including PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook.
Standardized Patients - All Campuses
A Standardized Patient (SP) is someone who is trained to portray a scripted medical scenario in a simulated clinical setting. They must accurately and consistently portray specific emotions, behaviors and disease symptoms while interacting with students during a simulated patient encounter. A standardized measuring tool is utilized following each encounter to assess the student in the Humanistic domain.
Pelvic Teaching Associate - Carolinas Campus
The role of the Pelvic Teaching Associate (PTA) assists in the learning process of medical students. Pelvic exams will be performed in a protected, professional setting while being supervised by a physician. The PTA and supervising physician provide guidance and feedback to each student. Participants must be female, 18 years of age or older, with the ability to attend examination sessions on Fridays, beginning February 26 through March 25, 2016.
Part-Time Facilities Assistant - Auburn Campus
Assists in a wide range of duties with specific responsibility for building maintenance, and security. Enforces all building policies to assure the quality, continuity, and efficiency of college operation with an emphasis on customer service and effectiveness. Assists with keeping copiers and printer in good working order. Assist with classroom and conference center setup as needed. Monitors the building before closing hours. Responsible for making sure the building is empty of students before closing, looks for safety violations, activates and deactivates alarms at appropriate times, checks the floors for locked doors and turns off lights.