The St. Ambrose University Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program (MPAS) is seeking adjunct faculty to teach in a variety of areas beginning with the Fall 2023 semester. The content includes the medical pathology course, clinical preparation course, summative evaluation course, or assisting with OSCE's (Observable Structured Clinical Examination).
Potential candidates will be highly motivated individuals who will be responsible for working with other program faculty, the program director and the medical director to contribute to teaching the didactic and clinical phases of the curriculum. A MPAS degree or related field and a minimum of three years clinical experience are required. Preference will be given for prior teaching experience in a MPAS program. The MPAS program resides in the College of Health and Human Services which serves students preparing for careers in healthcare, education, and human services. St. Ambrose University is an independent, comprehensive, and Catholic diocesan university firmly grounded in the liberal arts and is committed to fostering a respectful environment that recognizes and embraces diversity among all students, faculty, and staff. As an equal opportunity institution, St. Ambrose actively seeks applications from members of underrepresented groups. An institution of 3,000 graduate and undergraduate students, the University's Core Values include: Catholicity, Integrity, the Liberal Arts, Life-Long Learning, and Diversity. For additional information, contact Suzanne Peppers at [email protected] or 563-333-5760. More information about the St. Ambrose University Master of Physician Assistant Program can be found on our website at https: // www. sau.edu/master-of-physician-assistant-studies. Interested individuals should apply online at https: // Stambroseuniv.applicantlist.com by submitting a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. EOE.