College of Education and Health Sciences
The successful applicant will primarily be responsible for teaching Behavioral and Social Aspects of Public Health (3 unit course) and Grant Writing (1 unit course). In addition, the successful applicant will be expected to:
- Be involved in community-base participatory programs or research
- Provide academic advising to students
- Participate on University and Program specific committees
- Participate in community partnerships and collaborations
- Participate in the development and maintenance of practice sites
- Provide service/outreach to the public health community
- Maintain currency in the area of training where teaching and research occur
- Teach other courses as needed
Faculty in the TUC School of Nursing (SON) are charged with planning, implementing and evaluating nursing curricula and defining and measuring student learning outcomes. Faculty engage in a collaborative process as they develop policies and procedures for the SON; they maintain currency in their professional field and model excellence in instruction and assessment of learning. As a member of the larger campus, faculty are engaged in service at the School, College and University level. They are engaged members of their professional and geographic community and participate in scholarly activities relevant to their faculty responsibilities and professional discipline.
College of Osteopathic Medicine
Typical department duties will be designed to fulfill OMM department goals and priorities in delivering OMM curriculum in the preclinical and clinical periods of TUCOM curriculum. Personal and professional faculty development will be considered in the assigning of duties in the effort to create a rewarding collegial work environment. Duties will include but not be limited to the following:
- Generation and delivery of OMM didactic lectures, preclinical and clinical lab experiences
- Weekly participation OMM Laboratories (or Practical exams)
- Weekly approved clinical service
- Weekly attendance to OMM Department Meetings
- Weekly/Monthly precepting of students/fellows in OMM clinical settings
- Weekly administrative time
- University Service as assigned by Department Chair
- Other Assignments as required by the Department Chair
A faculty member in clinical science has responsibilities in four areas:
- Clinical Practice
- Faculty are expected to provide quality medical care and access to care meeting or exceeding the community standard. This requires flexibility, adaptability and creativity to problem solve.
- Physicians will be expected to provide needed health care to patients who are uninsured and under insured.
- The Faculty member needs to have sensitivity to work with people of multicultural background.
Clinical teaching faculty/clinical faculty will provide teaching in the classroom setting and the clinically based setting as assigned by the respective associate dean.
College of Pharmacy
A faculty member in pharmacy practice has responsibilities in four areas. These areas are clinical practice, teaching, research and service. Faculty are expected to provide quality pharmaceutical care meeting or exceeding the community standard. Work requires flexibility, adaptability and creativity. Practice faculty will teach pharmacy students in the classroom setting, and at practice sites. Faculty members will have excellent communication skills, organizational skills and a commitment to the mission an development of the College.
A faculty member in Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences has responsibilities
in three areas: teaching, research and service. A faculty member is expected to provide
a high quality of instruction for students in the Doctor of Pharmacy program and,
where appropriate, to graduate students and pharmacy fellows. Scholarship, including
contributions to the peer-reviewed literature, is expected. Service to the University,
the College, the professional community and, where appropriate, the pharmacy community
are expected. Work requires flexibility, adaptability and creativity. The faculty
member needs to support the mission and vision of the College of Pharmacy and to be
motivated to the development of students as pharmacists.
Under the general direction of the Director of the Library, activates, troubleshoots, maintains access for Library's website. Working with another librarian, provides instruction and reference to the College of Pharmacy and the Physician Assistant Studies and Public Health Programs and selects for and maintains the Library resources for this college and schools. Also participates in providing general library instruction and reference and in the overall growth and development of the Library and its services.
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