public service as a principal activity and who hold academic rank as Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant professor or
Instructor. Faculty play an important role in curriculum and policy development; faculty are planners who must constantly look to the
long-term future of education and discovery. The faculty is expected to work closely with students, other faculty and administration
of the College in promoting interests of Palmer College of Chiropractic and it’s strategic plan.
The role of this position
is to teach Life Sciences coursework (lecture and/or lab) within the Doctor of Chiropractic program. Available courses may include, but are
not limited to, Functional Movement Science, Public Health and Toxicology.
- Responsible to the assigned administrator and has a support responsibility to all other departments and
college personnel as necessary.
- Responsible for the direct supervision of department personnel and others as assigned by the
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Faculty duties fall under several areas:
teaching, scholarly work, service/citizenship and advising/mentorship. Some faculty may also have patient care responsibilities as part of
their assignment. Specifically, the following activities are expected of all faculty:
- Preparation and presentation of individual
- Course syllabus management, contents review.
- Development and administration of formative and summative
- Contribute to the development, administration and grading of course evaluations.
- Maintain appropriate office
hours as required.
- Coordinate all learning activities.
- Proctoring exams and other responsibilities related to teaching and
- Serve on appointed committees, task forces and other teams.
- Perform all responsibilities in a manner that fully
complies with Palmer’s Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action policy.
- Perform other duties as
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Ability to perform assigned teaching duties
- Ability to utilize general office equipment and other necessary equipment in teaching.
- Ability to effectively
advise and mentor students.
- Ability to work effectively with others.
- Ability to work independently and
- Ability to communicate effectively.
- Ability to work various hours as job requires.
Candidates must have a first professional degree in a healthcare discipline or a graduate degree in an
appropriate discipline or subfield of Life Sciences from an institution accredited by a nationally recognized agency, or its foreign
equivalent. Applicants holding a graduate degree outside of an area of instruction must have a minimum of 18 credit hours in the discipline
or subfield in which they teach. Academic preparation and experience in higher education teaching, evidence of teaching excellence and
familiarity with technology and LMS are preferred.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Performs sedentary to light work in a ventilated, lighted, and temperature controlled office setting.
Frequent need to stand, stoop,
walk, sit, lift light objects (up to 10 pounds) and perform other similar actions during the workday.
Applicants MUST apply
online using our job board: http://www.palmer.edu/about-us/jobs/
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED
EEO AA M/F/Vet/Disability employer. Applicants selected for interviews who may require access accommodations are encouraged to contact the Human Resources Office.
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