Clinical Assistant Professor/Principal Faculty - Physician Assistant Studies Program, NSU Muskogee

Northeastern State University

United States

November 10, 2021

Description

Clinical Assistant Professor/Principal Faculty- Physician Assistant Studies Program, NSU Muskogee

Notice to applicants

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Description of Position

Northeastern State University (NSU) invites applications for a 12 month, non-tenure track position as Clinical Assistant Professor, Principal Faculty in the Physician Assistant Studies program at NSU. The program has been granted Accreditation-Provisional status by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant Education (ARC-PA)The program emphasizes preparing students for rural practice. The PA program is housed on the NSU Muskogee campus. Faculty will be allowed to engage in clinical work outside of the program one day (8 hours) a week.

Responsibilities

The Principal faculty reports to the Program Director; duties include:

• Assist with implementation and evaluation of didactic and clinical phase curriculum. Develop syllabi, lectures, and evaluation instruments, provide instruction in assigned didactic courses while working closely and collaboratively with other full-time faculty members, medical director, staff, adjunct faculty and invited guest lecturers to ensure curriculum meets current practice standards and scope, and is in compliance with ARC-PA requirements. • Develop individualized learning objectives and engage students to share in their responsibilities for learning. Serve as a small group facilitator. • Serve as an academic advisor for PA students. • Participate in recruitment, admissions, and retention of students. • Participate in ARC-PA provisional accreditation application, process and accreditation site visits. Assist with program self-evaluation including periodic and ongoing policy and curriculum review. Assist with the evaluation of data demonstrating program success. • Participate in clinical site visits as needed, assessing clinical education for continuous quality improvement. May include participation in cultivation, development, coordination and maintenance of clinical rotation sites for PA students. • Participate in activities of state and national organizations concerned with the profession in order to promote a positive image of the PA profession and the NSU PA program within the academic, lay, and professional communities. May serve on department, college, and university committees as requested. • Participate in professional development activities. Maintain a personal professional development plan, which may include scholarship, research, service, and/or creative activities, to assure growth and currency within the academic field. • Opportunities to accept and develop leadership roles in clinical, didactic, or admissions coordination. • Clinical practice, research, or education advancement release time may be available with approval. • Perform other functions in support of the program as requested by the Program Director. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in scholarly activities.

Experience

Experience in PA medical education with demonstrated abilities in teaching and curriculum development preferred but will accept application from outstanding candidates with little or no teaching experience. Excellent communication skills (both verbal and writing); basic PC knowledge and skills. Ability to work independently and as a team member as well as a commitment to maintaining high professional standards, teaching excellence, and to encouraging student engagement in the learning process. Commitment to diversity and cultural sensitivity.

Education Requirements

Graduation from an accredited physician assistant program or other health related field. Master's degree in physician assistant studies or field related to education or health sciences required. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and time management skills. If applicant is a PA, current NCCPA certification is required. Eligibility for licensure in the state of Oklahoma. Non-PA candidates are expected to have at least three years commensurate public health, education, laboratory or clinical experience.

Non-tenure track

Salary commensurate with excellent benefits, including generous leave time.

Projected hire date January 6, 2022

Applications accepted until November 10, 2021 NOTE: Posting will close to applicants at ll:59 p.m., CST, on the date above. An application cannot be changed after it has been submitted.

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