• Assistant/Associate Professor, Clinical Medicine (Part Time)

    Job Location(s) US-AR-Jonesboro
    Posted Date 3 years ago(10/26/2016 12:59 PM)
    Job ID
    Clinical Sciences
    # of Openings
    Position Type
    Regular Part-Time
    College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Overview

    New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) offers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYIT has more than 9,000 students worldwide.


    Since 1955, NYIT has pursued its mission to: provide career-oriented professional education, give all qualified students access to opportunity, and support research and scholarship that benefit the larger world.


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    Participate in teaching students in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program of NYITCOM at Arkansas State. Support the Department of Clinical Medicine and its activities to include pre-clinical and clinical teaching. 



    • Serving as an instructor in the Doctor-Patient Relationship Lab
    • Serving as an instructor in the ICC Lab
    • Serving as an instructor in the Simulation Lab
    • Participation in pre-clinical lectures and group based discussions.
    • Participation in other college labs (i.e. Anatomy, OMM) based on individual skill level
    • Other duties assigned for the department and/or college as the need arises.


    D.O. or M.D. degree from a COCA or LCME approved school of osteopathic medicine or medicine.

    • Board Certified or Board Eligible
    • Current, unrestricted Arkansas State Medical License



    NYIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity


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