Pathology Faculty Position
West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Pathology Faculty Position
The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) is seeking a clinician-educator with expertise in pathology. This is a full-time position and can be tenure- or non-tenure track. This position is primarily a teaching position providing pre and postdoctoral education and training to WVSOM students, plus all attendant educational activities, which may include lecturing, laboratory, and small group active learning. WVSOM offers a rich collaboration with biomedical science faculty in an integrated medical school curriculum particularly in the areas of gross and microscopic anatomy. Research is supported and encouraged but not required.
Candidates should be residency trained and Board Certified or Board Eligible in Pathology. Ideally, the successful candidate will have clinical and undergraduate medical education teaching experience. Candidates must also be eligible for licensure in the State of West Virginia.
WVSOM offers a competitive benefits package including educational loan repayment, fully paid malpractice insurance and relocation expenses. Salary and faculty rank based on experience and training.
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Leslie Bicksler, MSW, Associate Vice President of Human Resources at [email protected] or (304) 647-6279 for more information. Applicants can also apply online by visiting: http://www.wvsom.edu/employment .
The search committee will begin its review of applications upon receipt and the search will remain open until the position is filled. Final candidates are subject to employment and credential verification, reference and background checks. Applications are considered confidential, and references will not be contacted without notification to the applicant.
WVSOM has been consistently recognized as A Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education. WVSOM is a free-standing medical school nestled in the Allegheny Mountains. Located in "America's Coolest Small Town" (Budget Magazine 2011), WVSOM is just minutes from the famed Greenbrier Resort, a Five Diamond hotel and spa and host of the PGA’s annual Greenbrier Classic. WVSOM brings over 40 years of history serving the health and wellness needs of the Greenbrier Valley, the state of West Virginia and beyond. The school’s small-town, rural community cherishes its connection with the college and our students are actively engaged in service outreach and support for over 40 non-profit organizations in this area. Additionally, WVSOM faculty and staff enjoy a vibrant cultural community which features one of only four operating Carnegie Halls in the world, as well as the state professional theatre of West Virginia. Throughout the year, employees enjoy live plays and musicals, a broad representation of visual artists, an annual chocolate festival, a flourishing literary series, and live music events within a historic preservation area featuring 19th century architecture, unique shops and dining, and limitless outdoor recreation. This one-of-a-kind environment brings together farmers and artists, lumbermen and world-renowned musicians, holistic physicians and thrill-seeking whitewater rafters in a diverse melting pot that is truly unique!
The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to enhancing diversity among its faculty and staff.