Biomedical Sciences at Jefferson College of Health Sciences seeks an Assistant Professor or Associate Professor, beginning Fall semester, 2018, to teach human anatomy and physiology. The successful candidate will also be able to teach additional courses in our program, such as general biology, microbiology, comparative anatomy and physiology, or pathophysiology. A course offering in the candidate’s area of expertise is also possible. Our program is designed to prepare students for medical school or graduate studies in health care and related fields. A doctoral degree in a life or related science is required. Postdoctoral research and undergraduate research mentoring experience are especially desirable, and experience teaching a cadaver-based anatomy course would be helpful. Duties include teaching lecture and laboratory courses as well as scholarly activity via an undergraduate-centered research program. The successful candidate will also be expected to engage in service to the College through committee work at the program, departmental, and College levels. Service to the community is also valued.
Classes begin mid-August, 2018. Interested applicants should contact Dr. Robin Lee Davies, Director of Biomedical Sciences, at (540) 224-4505 or send a CV directly to Dr. Davies at firstname.lastname@example.org. Statements of teaching philosophy and research interests should accompany the CV. Applicants must also fill out an application online at www.CarilionClinic.org
Our college is located in Roanoke, VA, and is affiliated with Carilion Clinic, a healthcare organization with more than 600 physicians in a multi-specialty group practice and eight not-for-profit hospitals. We are committed to helping fulfill Carilion’s vision of providing interdisciplinary patient care enhanced by education and research. Jefferson College enrolls 1,150 students and offers numerous associate through doctoral degrees in addition to the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences.
Education: Doctoral degree in a life or related science is required.
Experience: Teaching experience at the undergraduate level is preferred. Postdoctoral research and undergraduate research mentoring experience are especially desirable, and experience in a cadaver-based anatomy course would be helpful.