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Thomas F. Frist, Jr.
College of Medicine at Belmont University is seeking Clinician Educators to be core faculty members within the College of Medicine. As their primary
responsibility, the development, delivery, and assessment of a case-based, student-centered
curriculum for pre-clinical medical students. These faculty members will
collaborate with an inter-professional and interdisciplinary faculty team to
develop rich clinical cases that integrate the biomedical, social, and health
systems sciences to foster student inquiry, acquisition, and application of
knowledge to patient care.
The faculty will be
actively engaged as a small-group co-facilitator for the pre-clinical
curriculum, provide additional academic support as needed for students, and
serve as role-models in support of a positive learning environment,
professionalism, and life-long learning. Additionally, faculty will mentor
students with special interests in scholarly activity related to their
discipline and area of focus.
The clinician educator will be actively engaged as a small-group
facilitator for the pre-clinical curriculum, participate in the teaching and
assessment of clinical skills, and serve as role-models and mentors for the
students. Additional expectations include but are not limited to dedicating 1.0
FTE to teaching, assessment, mentoring, service, and clinical practice.
Required Education and
Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from an accredited university and
Board Certification in appropriate specialty area. Experience in
curriculum/case development for undergraduate medical education programs. Experience
in the teaching and assessment of medical students
We are recruiting for specialists in the following disciplines:
Belmont University is particularly
seeking applicants who can demonstrate the interest and ability to work collaboratively
in course design and to teach interdisciplinary and topical courses in this
program. For additional
information about the position and to complete the online application, candidates
are directed to https://jobs.belmont.edu. An electronic version of a Cover
Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Teaching Philosophy, and a Response to Belmont’s Mission,
Vision, Values, and “Five Ways of Being” must be
attached to complete the online application.
Belmont University seeks to attract and retain highly qualified
faculty and staff that share the University’s values and will contribute to its
mission and vision to be a leader among teaching universities bringing together
the best of liberal arts and professional education in a Christ-centered,
student-focused university of learning and service. During the application process, applicants will be
asked to attach a response to Belmont
University’s Mission, Vision, Values, and “Five Ways of Being” articulating
how the candidate’s knowledge, experience, and beliefs have prepared him/her to
contribute to a Christ-centered, student-focused university of learning, service
and give a brief statement of teaching philosophy.
Located two miles from downtown Nashville, Tennessee, Belmont University consists of nearly 8,800 students
who come from every state and 33 countries. Consistently recognized by U.S.
News & World Report for innovation and commitment to undergraduate
teaching, Belmont brings together the best of liberal arts and professional
education in a Christ-centered and student-focused community of learning and
service. As a campus that aims to Let Hope Abound, the University is committed
to producing graduates who are Hope Inspiring, Character Forming, Future
Shaping, Community Engaging and Bridge Building people. With
more than 115 areas of undergraduate study, 41 master’s programs and five
doctoral degrees, there is no limit to the ways Belmont University can expand
an individual's horizon. Belmont University is an
equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse learning community
of committed Christians from all racial and ethnic backgrounds. Consistent with
applicable civil rights law, the University seeks employees of Christian faith
who are committed to the mission of the University. Belmont’s Office of Human
Resources will conduct ongoing evaluations of the means by which candidates for
employment are sought, to the end that the pool of candidates will include qualified
women, minorities, veterans and disabled individuals.