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Administrative Assistant - Psychiatry & Surgery
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

Working under the supervision of the Chairs for the departments of Psychiatry and Surgery, 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.  To apply for this position, please visit www.louisianaworks.net. Keyword: VCOM.

Administrative Assistant for Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program
Campus: Auburn
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The Administrative Assistant for the Department of Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program will serve as an initial contact person for the Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program Department of the VCOM Auburn Campus and the public, professionals and students of the Program.

Anatomy Lab Director
Campus: Virginia
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The Anatomy Lab Director will oversee the operations of the VCOM-Virginia Campus anatomy lab including, but not be limited to, oversight and providing cadaver maintenance, assuring the inventory of lab supplies (to include ordering), and assuring lab safety policies are up to date and followed.  The position will also include providing assistance to students in the laboratory as faculty at the instructor level.  The position will assist faculty in research projects where appropriate.  The candidate will assist with plastination of anatomical specimens when this occurs.

Application Services Specialist and Admissions Recruiter
Campus: Carolinas
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 as well as assist with recruitment events for the VCOM–Carolinas Campus.

Cellular Biology and Physiology Faculty
Campus: Auburn
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

Teach Cell Biology and 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.

Director for Clinical Rotations for Master of Health Science
Campus: Auburn
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The Director of Clinical Rotations is the administrative lead for all aspects of the clinical practicum, including developing and implementing recruitment strategies for clinical rotation sites, shepherding clinical faculty/preceptors through the onboarding process, facilitating and participating in clinical interviews, tracking and reviewing clinical evaluations, servicing clinical sites and Coordinators, and engaging in effective community outreach to expand the Program’s excellent rotations throughout the Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

Director for Human Resources
Campus: Auburn
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The position functions as the Human Resource Officer for the Auburn Campus. Duties include employee administration, benefits administration, new employee orientation, payroll administration and support for the business office. The candidate will work collaboratively with other VCOM-campus Directors for Human Resources as well as the Campus Dean at the Auburn Campus. This position may also assist the Vice President for Finance with some budgeting tasks.

Director for International and Appalachian Outreach Programs
Campus: Louisiana
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

This position provides coordination of VCOM’s international and Appalachian outreach activities on the Louisiana campus, reporting to the Vice Provost for International and Appalachian Outreach, and in some instances for Appalachian and Delta Outreach, the Campus Dean.  The Director is primarily responsible for coordinating all documents, preparation, and coordination of international and local outreach trips and follow-up.  The Director assists with the coordination of other departmental activities such as meetings, communications, and assisting with some research data and evaluations.  To apply for this position, please visit www.louisianaworks.net. Keyword: VCOM.

Director for International and Appalachian Outreach Programs
Campus: Virginia
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

This position provides coordination of VCOM’s international and Appalachian outreach activities on the Virginia campus, reporting to the Vice Provost for International and Appalachian Outreach, and in some instances for Appalachian and Delta Outreach, the Campus Dean.  The Director is primarily responsible for coordinating all documents, preparation, and coordination of international and local outreach trips and follow-up.  The Director assists with the coordination of other departmental activities such as meetings, communications, and assisting with some research data and evaluations.

Director for Medical Education for Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program
Campus: Auburn
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The candidate will supervise and facilitate the daily operations of Medical Education for the Master of Health Science in Anesthesia (MHSA) Program which supports faculty classroom instruction and testing.  The position will require significant interaction with both students and faculty, and an amicable professional demeanor is essential. The position serves as primary liaison between the Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program and the Medical Education department of VCOM and Bluefield University.

Director for Simulation Education for Master of Health Science in Anesthesia Program
Campus: Auburn
Status: Administrative Staff Positions
Description:

The Director promotes and coordinates the use of simulation technology in the training of anesthesiologist assistants.  The Director will ensure maximum and effective use of equipment and resources and will interact with and be involved in the use of technology ranging from low fidelity standardized patient interviews, anatomic models and partial task trainers to extreme high fidelity human simulators.  The position is primarily responsible for collaborating in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of individual curricula and programmatic evaluation for student educational initiatives through use of technology-based training and assessment. Duties include supporting the faculty in the managing, scheduling, coordinating

Director of Standardized Patient Program
Campus: Carolinas
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

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

Discipline Chair for Anatomical Sciences
Campus: Virginia
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The Discipline Chair for Anatomical Sciences is a part of a larger Biomedical Division team.  This position will oversee all aspects of the anatomy curriculum in the Pre-Clinical Blocks of the VCOM curriculum, including the gross anatomy and plastination laboratories.  Candidates must have a doctorate degree from an accredited institution with formal training in at least human gross anatomy; additional training in neuroanatomy, histology and embryology is also preferred.  Experience teaching these anatomical sciences at the professional school level is desired.  The candidate should have a record of educational excellence, peer-reviewed scholarly work, and excellent organizational skills.  This position will

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 OB/GYN
Campus: Virginia
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

The role of the Discipline Chair for OB/GYN is two-fold.  The Chair is responsible for developing and maintaining curriculum and the didactic teaching of this curriculum during the Reproductive System and Women’s Health pre-clinical block.  The Chair also is tasked with recruiting and maintaining the OB/GYN clerkship sites, upholding rotation curriculum and standards during the clinical years.

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

The position requires the chair to be an academic leader who will fulfill the clinical, education, and research missions of the department. A solid understanding of the profession of Osteopathic Medicine is helpful. Good interpersonal and organizational skills are important to build and nurture relationships with different professionals on this campus, and with current and future affiliations. As a bridge between the biomedical and clinical sciences the chair must be ready to support the clinical, educational, and research demands of both divisions. The chair must be enthusiastic about the role of teacher, and show commitment towards disseminated research by this

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

Facilities Technician
Campus: Virginia
Status: Classified Staff Positions
Description:

The Facilities Technician 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 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.

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. To apply for this position, please visit www.louisianaworks.net. Keyword: VCOM.

Pelvic Teaching Associate
Campus: Auburn, Carolinas, Louisiana, Virginia
Status: Part-Time Positions
Description:

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.

Pharmacology Faculty
Campus: Virginia
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

This position will provide pharmacology instruction for medical students across a two year, pre-clinical curriculum; work in collaboration with the Discipline Chair for Pharmacology, conduct research and other scholarly activities with the goal of publishing peer-reviewed publications and obtaining/maintaining extramural funding for these endeavors; remain current in professional areas of interest and participate in professional societies and activities, participate in all assigned, required, and other related professional services and activities in the college.

Pharmacology Faculty
Campus: Carolinas
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:

To educate medical students in pharmacology across a two-year preclinical curriculum using a variety of educational techniques, to conduct research/scholarly activity with expectations and grant applications, and to provide service to the institution.

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.

To apply for this position, please visit www.louisianaworks.net. Keyword: VCOM.

Program Faculty (1) for Masters of Anesthesiologist Assistant Program
Campus: Auburn
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:
  1. Job Summary: Teach all assigned coursework to Anesthesiologist Assistant students and actively participate in curriculum development in collaboration with the Dean; develop, teach, monitor, and evaluates courses in the basic science, clinical, and simulation/skills development aspects of the graduate program; act as a resource for professional and community connections for personal and professional development; act as an academic adviser for the students and mentor for the comprehensive examinations; 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 MHSA Program.
Program Faculty (2) for Masters of Anesthesiologist Assistant Program
Campus: Auburn
Status: Teaching Faculty Positions
Description:
  1. Job Summary: Teach all assigned coursework to Anesthesiologist Assistant students and actively participate in curriculum development in collaboration with the Dean; develop, teach, monitor, and evaluates courses in the basic science, clinical, and simulation/skills development aspects of the graduate program; act as a resource for professional and community connections for personal and professional development; act as an academic adviser for the students and mentor for the comprehensive examinations; 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 MHSA Program.
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.