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Adjunct Anatomy Instructor

Employer
Shenandoah University
Location
44160 Scholar Plaza #100, Leesburg, Virginia

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Faculty Jobs
Science & Technology, Life Sciences
Position Type
Adjunct
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Details

Adjunct Anatomy Instructor 
Job Location44160 Scholar Plaza #100, Leesburg, Virginia
Tracking Code2051-306

The Division of Physician Assistant Studies is seeking applicants for an Adjunct Anatomy Instructor. This position is located at our Scholar Plaza campus in Leesburg, VA.

The Shenandoah University School of the Health Professions is a unique and special place for students to grow as a health professional. All of our programs are fully accredited, have graduation and board passage rates above the national averages, and have strong relationships with our clinical partners that allow for exceptional clinical learning experiences.


Required Skills
  • Education: Master Degree in related area or Doctoral degree
  • Ability or commitment to facilitate interactive learning in large and small group settings
  • Strong collaborative and communication skills

Required Experience
  • Human cadaver dissection experience
  • Experience teaching cadaver-based human gross anatomy at the university level
  • Experience in and strong commitment to, innovative approaches to education and learning

How to Apply:

The complete application submissions will include a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references. The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a qualified candidate is selected.

Shenandoah University is committed to enriching its educational experience and culture through the diversity of its faculty, administration, and staff. All candidates are strongly encouraged to include a statement in their cover letters addressing ways in which they may be able to contribute to that commitment.

**Note: A pre-employment background check will be required and a satisfactory driving record may be required as a condition of hire.

Shenandoah University values the unique and diverse perspectives of individuals and communities locally and globally and seeks to foster mutual understanding in an inviting community where individuals are welcome and respected. The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical, or mental disability, genetic information, veteran’s status, or on any other basis protected under applicable law.


Salary TypeNot Applicable

Organization

We are Shenandoah


Some places radiate special qualities — Shenandoah is one. At Shenandoah lives are illuminated by a love of learning, collaboration, service and a deep, shared history. Its name and location evoke images of legends, natural beauty, exploration, and timelessness. Shenandoah University embraces and reflects its storied valley home, educating students as radiant and warm as mythical lights inspiring Shenandoah’s meaning: “the sons and daughters of the stars.”

This green, fertile, and enchanting land has attracted people for thousands of years, inspiring stories, songs, and lives marked by joy, scholarship, accomplishment, and delight. That legacy remains vibrant to this day, as the leader of the future call upon the rich echoes of the past for inspiration.

We are all part of this timeless story. We are Shenandoah.

 

Mission & Vision Statements

Shenandoah University educates and inspires individuals to be critical, reflective thinkers; lifelong learners; and ethical, compassionate citizens who are committed to making responsible contributions within a community, a nation and the world.

Shenandoah University will be nationally recognized for forward thinking programs that produce competitive and purposeful graduates.

 

Shenandoah's History

Dayton, Virginia was Shenandoah’s home for 85 years. In 1875, the university was founded there as Shenandoah High School. Over the next 85 years, the institution changed names six times but always kept “Shenandoah” as part of its name. In 1946, the school nearly closed due to financial concerns. Rather than closing the school, university president Dr. Forrest S. Racey oversaw the move to Winchester. The last classes in Dayton began in the fall of 1959 with an enrollment of 159 students. Shenandoah opened its doors in Winchester in September 1960.

 

In Winchester, the school began to thrive and, in 1991, became Shenandoah University. 

 

The Shenandoah of Today

 

The university now spans 5 locations: 

Shenandoah offers over 150 academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students across seven schools:

Join a university community that brings high energy to learning and activities on and off campus. With 21 men’s and women’s athletics teams and more than 90 clubs and organizations, jump into life on a vibrant campus. Countless international programs expose our students, staff, and faculty to the world and teach them to become global citizens. 

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