Clinical Faculty - Primary Care, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Clinical Faculty will have a vision of the skills, expertise and knowledge needed by the osteopathic physician of the future as well as the curriculum needed to provide these outcomes. Clinical Faculty will have excellent interpersonal skills to successfully deliver and participate in an active learning environment. Knowledge and skills, or interest in learning osteopathic principles and practices (OPP) are preferred. Organizational skills, collaborative teamwork and ability to meet deadlines is essential.
The information provided below is a general description of the Clinical Faculty responsibilities; it is not intended to provide an all-inclusive list of responsibilities.
• Plan for, develop and deliver curricular components of the clinical curriculum using interactive techniques. • Create pre-classroom assignments, such as narrated PowerPoints, case-based materials and other readings • Develop test questions and develop and grade other assessment tools items under the guidance of others • Participate in quality and improvement of the clinical educational programs to assure their effectiveness • Collaborate to develop faculty development for all colleagues • Participate in the training of Standardized patients • Participate as needed, as an OPP table trainer under the guidance of the OPP Faculty and Chair • Participate in COM committees such as Admissions, Awards, Curriculum, etc. • Serve as an advisor for a cohort of medical students regardless of specialty • Produce scholarly activities, and represent the school at professional events • Other duties to be assigned as necessary and may change to meet the COM’s needs
This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and the employee will also perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by the Associate Dean for Osteopathic Clinical Education or the respective Department Chair.
Possess a medical degree (DO or MD) as well as board certification from the AOA or ABMS in primary care or other specialties. Ability to obtain a full and active license in the state of California. Preference will be given to those with prior clinical teaching experience at a College of Osteopathic Medicine or residency program.
Ability to participate in Active Learning / Flipped Classroom presentations
Ability to adhere to deadlines for work projects assigned.
Adhere to professional code of conduct regarding Faculty/Staff/Students including Title IX topics
Motivation to encourage Interprofessional Education
Strong interpersonal skills, communication and enthusiasm to contribute to faculty/staff/student growth and development
Strong oral and written communication and computer skills
Ability to collaboratively work in a team
Internal Number: 2502
About California Health Sciences University
Welcome to California Health Sciences University (CHSU), the first university of its kind in the Central Valley. CHSU, a privately funded university established in 2012, is committed to health sciences research and improving the access and delivery of quality health care in the San Joaquin Valley.We currently offer a four year Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program and a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program.