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Administrative Assistant for Emergency Medicine & Surgery
Campus: Virginia
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

Working with the Chairs for the Departments of Surgery and Emergency Medicine, the full-time Administrative Assistant performs a wide range of administrative and office support activities for the department and/or supervisors to facilitate the efficient operation of the organization.  Provide quality administrative support by displaying sound judgment, accuracy, diplomacy, confidentiality, and discretion.

Application Services Specialist and Admissions Recruiter
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The Application Services Specialist and Admissions Recruiter is responsible for working both with the Director for Application Services and the Director for Admissions, as well as the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. The candidate will be instrumental in the initial application processing for VCOM–Louisiana campus including reviewing and selecting candidates for secondary applications based on established criterion, coding students, recalculating GPAs, downloading information, and creating reports. The candidate will assist with recruitment events, applicant telephone follow-up calls, interview scheduling, and interview day activities.  Please see full position description for more details.    

Assistant Director for International, Appalachian and Delta Outreach Program
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

Primary responsibilities include assisting the Director at the Louisiana campus with leadership for all matters pertaining to VCOM international activities, and domestic outreach. Specific program responsibilities include leadership and assisting with managing, leading and approving student applications; preparation, implementation, and follow-up of international medical outreach trips; assisting faculty lead research from Louisiana; effective communication and publication of project activities; outcomes management and related project development compatible with the successful candidate’s skills and interests. Assistance and support of Appalachian and Delta outreach is expected in collaboration with clinical underserved care.  Please view full position description.  

Assistant Program Director for Academic Affairs - AA Program
Campus: Auburn
Status: Administrative Faculty Positions
Description:

The Assistant Program Director for Academic Affairs plans, directs, and oversees Anesthesiologist Assistant student academic affairs and activities, ensuring they meet the Program and University’s mission, goals, and objectives.  Assist in coordinating the academic and clinical education of the Anesthesiologist Assistant students with the goal of educating students to act as competent entry level anesthesia providers and as professional members of the health care industry.  Assist the Program Director in providing leadership and direction for the Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program.  Responsible for coordination of the didactic components of the Program curriculum.

Clinical Affairs Data Specialist
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The Clinical Assessment Coordinator at VCOM is responsible for the management of 3rd and 4th year assessments for VCOM students, including tracking and posting of evaluations, comments for the Clinical Deans portion of the MSPE, posting of post-rotation exams, and report generation to the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, the Directors of 3rd and 4th year rotations, and the Clinical Chairs. The person in this position will assist the Registrar with transcripts and assuring promotion requirements.  Please review full position description for more details.  

Clinical Site Coordinator - Wytheville, Clinch Valley, & Princeton
Campus: Virginia
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The coordinator is an extension of the VCOM office of Clinical Affairs.  This position serves as the direct link or main point of contact with the College for the faculty and students within the clinical site.  The Coordinator must remember they are the “face of VCOM” to that clinical site. As such, they should be courteous and helpful at all times and never adversarial.  If the question the faculty or student has is not directly related to the coordinator’s job, the coordinator shall facilitate finding the person who will be able to assist the student, contact the Director of Clinical

Director for Development and Alumni Relations - Auburn Campus
Campus: Auburn
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The Director for Development and Alumni Relations – VCOM Auburn is responsible for implementing a strategic plan for development and alumni programs to support the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Auburn Campus (VCOM-Auburn) and it’s mission. The Director is charged with the implementation and coordination of a comprehensive advancement program that integrates fundraising, alumni relations and stewardship.

Under the direction of the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations (who oversees all 4 VCOM campuses), the Director will work closely with VCOM-Auburn alumni, local corporations, foundations, healthcare systems, and other key constituents to assure the recognition of VCOM’s contribution

Director for Fourth Year Clinical Rotations
Campus: Virginia
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The Director for Fourth Year Clinical Rotations schedules all approved rotations, maintains and oversees the schedules for clinical rotations for the fourth-year class.  The Director for Fourth Year Clinical Rotations also works closely with OMS-4 students to ensure that students complete all OMS-4 requirements and receive proper academic credit for all rotations, fourth year paper and any other requirements necessary for graduation.  The Director of Fourth Year Clinical Rotations assures and facilitates all paperwork for all approved fourth year electives.

Director of Admissions
Campus: Carolinas
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The Director of Admissions - Carolinas is responsible for the administration of the entire admissions process on the Carolinas Campus. This position is also responsible for the direct recruitment of prospective students through speaking engagements, personal contacts and special presentations. The Director will develop and implement recruiting strategies in the Carolinas region directed towards pre-health undergraduate and/or graduate students. The director will manage the Ambassador program for the Carolinas Campus. The Director will manage and coordinate all interview days, open houses and if needed, general information sessions. Establish and maintain professional contacts with pre-health advisors and association representatives. The Director

Director of Standardized Patient Program
Campus: Carolinas
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The position of Director of Standardized Patient Program provides the oversight of the Simulation and Technology Center’s Standardized Patient program and laboratories, as well as the implementation of the educational programs utilizing the technology within the Center for medical student resident, allied health and physician  education.  

Discipline Chair for Internal Medicine - Louisiana
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

Primary duty is to provide on campus teaching in the specialty field of Internal Medicine and oversee the medical student education by the clinical faculty within the discipline in the core clinical education sites. Collaborates with faculty from VCOMs other campuses to annually update the clinical curriculum and exams. 
To apply for this position, please visit www.louisianaworks.net. Keyword: VCOM.

Discipline Chair for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM)
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

Primary duty is to provide on campus teaching in the specialty field of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) and oversee the medical student education by the clinical faculty within the discipline in the core clinical education sites. Collaborates with faculty from VCOMs other campuses to annually update the clinical curriculum and exams.  Serves as individual advisor to students regarding OMM, by supporting the student specialty organization monthly, and by assisting those who choose the OMM specialty to obtain a residency. Supports the College by serving on standing committees and promotion boards. Participates in the student interview process. Engages in research and

Discipline Chair for Pediatrics - Louisiana
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The main functions of the Pediatrics Chair position are to assure:  The recruitment and development of a high-quality clinical faculty for on campus teaching (Clinical Medicine lectures for years 1 and 2) and for off campus clinical site training (years 3 and 4). The provision and assurance of a high quality, integrated, four-year clinical curriculum.  The role of the Pediatrics Chair in administering the clinical department includes the following:  Assure the delivery of a high-quality curriculum on campus that meets national standards for quality and content and is appropriate for accreditation standards.  Assure quality clinical experiences for the students in the departmental

Discipline Chair for Primary Care in Rural and Medically Underserved Areas
Campus: Virginia
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

This position is responsible for managing the organization and administration of the college’s clinical department for Primary Care in Rural and Medically Underserved Areas  and oversees the core clinical rotations and the clinical faculty who teach the OMS 3 students on the rotation.  The position also is responsible for Early Clinical Experiences and has teaching responsibilities on campus.

Discipline Chair for Psychiatry
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The Discipline Chair of Psychiatry assumes the leadership role for providing oversight and implementation of the Psychiatry curriculum for OMSI, OMSII, OMSIII and OMSIV at the VCOM Louisiana Campus. In accomplishing this task, the Discipline Chair of Psychiatry will collaborate with their counterparts at other VCOM campuses.  The Discipline Chair of Psychiatry is responsible for the development and teaching of the Psychiatry on-campus course for OMSI and OMSII, as well as the Psychiatry clinical core rotations and elective experiences for OMSIII and OMSIV.  This involves recruitment, development, and retention of qualified and credentialed Psychiatric faculty who will serve as on-campus

Discipline Chair for Psychiatry and Neuro-Behavioral Sciences
Campus: Virginia
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The Discipline Chair of Psychiatry assumes the leadership role for providing oversight and implementation of the Psychiatry curriculum for OMSI, OMSII, OMSIII and OMSIV at the Virginia Campus.  In accomplishing this task, the Discipline Chair of Psychiatry will collaborate with their counterparts at other VCOM campuses.  The Discipline Chair of Psychiatry is responsible for the development and teaching of the Psychiatry on-campus course for OMSI and OMSII, as well as the Psychiatry clinical core rotations and elective experiences for OMSIII and OMSIV.  This involves recruitment, development, and retention of qualified and credentialed Psychiatric faculty who will serve as on-campus lecturers

Educational Specialist for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM)
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

This position is responsible for the organization and management of Principals of Primary Care/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (PPC/OMM) course materials, Clinical Procedural Skills course materials and all forms of student access.  It reports to the Chairs for OMM and Family Medicine (PPC/OMM course), Associate Dean for Simulation and Technology (Procedural Skills) and Associate Dean for Medical Education for years one and two students; Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs for year three students; and the Associate Dean for Fourth Year and GME for year four students.  Please view full position description for more details. 

Family Medicine/OMM Faculty
Campus: Louisiana
Description:

The position of Family Medicine/OMM Faculty participates in the organization and delivery of the educational and research programs related to family medicine, osteopathic manipulative medicine and primary care at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Louisiana Campus. This position encompasses educational, clinical and research components. 

Genetics, Immunology, and/or Cell Biology/Physiology Faculty
Campus: Carolinas
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

This position is responsible for the teaching of Genetics, Immunology and/or Cellular Biology/Physiology to medical students, and actively participate in curriculum development in collaboration with the Discipline Chairs; 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.

Primary Care - OMM Faculty
Campus: Auburn
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The position of Primary Care/OMM Faculty participates in the organization and delivery of the educational and research programs related to family medicine, osteopathic manipulative medicine and primary care at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Auburn Campus. This position encompasses educational, clinical and research components.

Principles of Primary Care (PPC) / OMM Faculty
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The position of PPC/OMM Faculty participates in the organization and delivery of the educational and research programs related to family medicine, osteopathic manipulative medicine and primary care at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine.  This position also encompasses educational, clinical and research components.

 

Standardized Patients
Campus: Auburn, Carolinas, Louisiana, Virginia
Status: Part-Time Positions
Description:

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.

Student Affairs Coordinator
Campus: Carolinas
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The Student Affairs Coordinator is responsible for participation in the administration of student affairs programs on the VCOM – Carolinas Campus including, but not limited to the following: assisting the Director of Student Affairs and the Associate Dean of Student Affairs with events such as orientation, white coat ceremony, accepted students day, match day celebration, graduation, etc.; assisting the Director of Student Affairs and the Associate Dean of Student Affairs with student organizations/committees by tracking the distribution/deposit of student organization funds, handling day-to-day financial transactions, and answering student questions about procedures; assisting students in meeting the professional expectations of being

Vice President for Operations
Campus: Auburn, Carolinas, Louisiana, Virginia
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The Vice President for Operations (VP) is responsible for ensuring sufficient and appropriate facilities on the VCOM Campuses are maintained to serve the academic and research programs of the College.  The facilities should be maintained in a manner that enables students and faculty to successfully pursue the educational goals and curricula of the school and ensures that facilities are appropriate to support the stated mission of the College.  The College has four campuses that are overseen by this position.  The VP for Operations will oversee the facilities team on each campus and approves the engagement of all outside maintenance support