Full-time employee on a non-tenure-track appointment with full benefits and rank commensurate with the candidate’s training and experience. It is anticipated that the FTE breakdown will be 100% academic.
The Physician Faculty member serves as a member of his or her Department, works with any Divisions within the Department, and has academic, curricular, clinical, service, and/or research problem solving skills and experience. The Physician Faculty member is part of a team of physicians and staff in the department that work together to create and support excellent education, scholarly activity, and community service for the department, college, and university.
Provide teaching, assessment, planning, implementation, and development in the Osteopathic Clinical Skills courses for first- and second-year medical students. This includes teaching in history taking, physical exam, and osteopathic manipulative medicine skills; clinical skills training; providing clinical correlation with anatomical and biomedical sciences; assessment of student performance and knowledge; and precepting MS2 students and/or undergraduate teaching fellows in the OMM clinic.
Administration: • To help in planning and implementation of the curriculum vision, mission, and strategic plan. • To promote the interests and welfare of the department (faculty, staff, & students). • To help with the development of the educational programs of the department and give curricular input to the courses in such a way as to maintain academic standards and quality within the educational programs. • To participate in and seek to expand the educational offerings of the department to COM, the UNE colleges, and the community in professional and public forums for students, practitioners, and lay persons. • To help promote research and outreach services of the COM • To pursue inter-departmental and inter-college cooperation in educational and research programs. • To help maintain communication between the course faculty, the students, the administration, and other departments within the college, and other colleges within the university.
Academics and Teaching: • To participate directly in the instruction of medical students within the college through lecture, module preparation, small group experiences, and in clinical settings. • To participate in precepting medical students within the clinic, by giving formal and informal clinical instruction and supervision. • To participate in teaching students of other colleges or graduate programs. Research and Scholarly Activity (encouraged but not required): • To participate in quality educational/academic, clinical, or scientific projects. • To maintain a record of written presentations, publications, and other scholarly activity in recognized scientific journals, and books. Service to the College and University: • To participate in and serve on committees within the college and the university. • To participate in community relations efforts to extend and enhance the visibility and reputation of the Department, the College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the University of New England. • To serve on state and regional societies, and agencies, bureaus, and committees of the profession and specialty or discipline. • To comply with UNE and professional standards and regulations including but not limited to HIPPAA, OSHA, and safety training. • To perform related duties as assigned as necessary.
• Board Certified DO or MD with appropriate training and skills • Specialty Residency Trained to Practice (Primary care or NMM preferred) • Clinical experience practicing OMT within their specialty • Maintains an active license or be eligible for a license to practice in the state of Maine • Graduate of an accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine or LCME with appropriate training and experience • Graduate of an accredited undergraduate college • Curricular and teaching experience, in formal and informal teaching, and learner supervision and evaluation • Exceptional written and oral communication skills • Leadership, teaching, and clinical skills • Examples of accomplishments, skills, and publications
Internal Number: 012019
About University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
The College of Osteopathic Medicine has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for our national leadership in primary care training and rural medicine. Out of 147 M.D.- and D.O.-granting schools in the U.S., UNE ranks 11th for primary care physicians trained and 16th for rural medication.