Assistant Director, Clinical Education

Assistant Director, Clinical Education

Assistant/Associate Professor

Physician Assistant Institute

 The Assistant Director, Clinical Education, is responsible for the coordination of student learning activities during the preclinical and clinical phases of the program.

 Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate, teach, and/or evaluate instruction in clinical medicine and core/professional courses on a full-time basis as assigned by the director.
  • Coordinate, teach, and provide feedback on assigned clinical clerkships/preceptorships.
  • Maintain student advisory group and report on each advisee's academic progress.
  • Serve on program admission and self-study committees. Participate in program recruitment and advisement activities.
  • Serve on UBHS and university committees as assigned by program director.
  • Participate in annual UB Physician Assistant Board Review.
  • Provide teaching in non-PA UBHS courses/learning activities as assigned by program director.
  • Participate in program faculty/staff search committees.
  • Participate in fulfilling program grant/contract objectives as assigned by program chair.
  • Engage in scholarly and community service activity.
  • Mentor new faculty.
  • Participate in program fundraising activities.
  • Such other responsibilities as may be assigned by program director.

Qualifications:

The qualified candidate will possess a Master’s Degree (completed or in-progress), current NCCPA certification, CT PA licensure or eligibility.  Three years administrative and/or previous teaching experience in a university setting preferred

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Please send a letter of application and resume to:

University of Bridgeport

Human Resources

Physician Assistant Institute-Assistant Director, Clinical Education

Wahlstrom Library, 7th Floor

126 Park Avenue

Bridgeport, CT  06604

employment@bridgeport.edu

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