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William Carey University invites applications and nominations for a Board Eligible/Certified DO or MD to teach Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine in the College of Osteopathic Medicine. The faculty member will hold the academic rank of either Assistant or Associate Professor, commensurate with the experience and credentials of the candidate.
The William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine(WCUCOM) seeks a DO or MD to provide instruction specifically in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. The ability to teach in one or more of the biomedical/preclinical courses or clinical disciplines would be beneficial. The candidate will have administrative responsibilities commensurate with the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Works with Course Director(s), Department Chair, and Associate Deans to integrate and implement WCUCOM courses into a four-year, seamless curriculum using onsite, distance-learning, and other standard and emerging technologies.
Reviews relevant WCUCOM curriculum in its entirety and recommends pertinent suggestions to the Course Director(s), Department Chair, and Associate Dean of Clinical Sciences.
Teaches in assigned courses.
Serves on WCUCOM committees, as assigned.
Assists in the selection process of students to attend WCUCOM.
Assists in student remediation as necessary and as recommended by the Promotion and Matriculation Committee.
Assists in the interview process for prospective incoming faculty.
Makes contributions to the advancement of knowledge and the development of osteopathic medicine through scientific research and community service.
Participates in community relations efforts to extend and enhance the visibility and reputation of the Department, the College of Osteopathic Medicine, and William Carey University.
Serves on state and regional societies, agencies, bureaus, and committees of the profession and specialty or discipline.
Complies with WCU and professional standards and regulations including, but not limited to, ADA, HIPAA, OSHA, and safety training.
Completes other duties as assigned by the Course Director(s), Department Chair, Associate Dean of Clinical Sciences, and the WCUCOM Dean.
Application and Nominations
Confidential inquiries are welcomed; nominations are invited.
Application packet must include: 1) Letter of interest that addresses the responsibilities of the position, 2) Current curriculum vitae that includes examples of accomplishments, skills, and publications, and 3) At least five references with full contact information including e-mail addresses (References will not be contacted without the applicant’s consent.)
Additional information will be requested upon submission of an application packet.
Submit application materials to WilliamCarey@myersmcrae.com (preferably as PDFs). Applications will be immediately reviewed when received, and the search will continue until the position is filled.
William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine will not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin, age, or disabilities.
Board Eligible/Certified DO or MD with appropriate training and skills to carry out the duties of the position
Specialty residency trained to practice (Primary Care or ONMM, NMM-OMM, or C-SPOM preferred)
Clinical experience practicing OMT within area of specialty
An active license, or eligibility for a license, to practice in the state of Mississippi (Will be required to have an active license in Mississippi.)
Graduate of an accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine or LCME with appropriate training and experience
Curricular and teaching experience in formal and informal settings and learner supervision and evaluation
Proven leadership, teaching, and clinical skills
Excellent interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills
Detail-oriented workstyle and demonstrated use of good judgment
Expertise with Microsoft Office Suite products and the desire and ability to learn course management software/distance learning technologies
Ability to complete multiple assignments and meet deadlines
Ability to travel throughout Mississippi and the Gulf South region
Board Certified ONMM, NMM-OMM, or C-SPOM
Experience as an instructor or course director of an OMM department or course
Experience in teaching and/or research in a COCA-accredited osteopathic medical school or college
Experience in more than one clinical discipline
Experience in course development and curriculum integration
Internal Number: mmWmCareyDo2021
About William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Community Health, Rural Health
Founded in 2010, the College of Osteopathic Medicine at William Carey University is the only medical school in Mississippi to focus on osteopathic medicine. The College is committed to helping needy communities and offers a specialized curriculum that focuses on rural and community-based medicine. Over a third of its graduates (200 or so) over the past seven classes have stayed in Mississippi for residency training and practice. In the past seven years, William Carey physicians and students have received significant recognition for innovative approaches to primary care and population health. This includes the development of ambulance drones, telemedical systems, and the use of augmented reality and virtual reality for education. This also includes award winning curriculum in the areas of Tobacco Prevention and clinical recognition of Interpersonal violence (Child Abuse, Spousal Abuse). The College also contributes to regional disaster planning and preparedness activities annually.
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