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Intern adjusts patient in the clinic

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Employment Opportunities at Sherman College


Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for faculty members to assist with instruction in the clinical sciences and support Case Doctors in the clinic. Positions will be part time with the possibility of full time available for most positions.

  • Applicants must hold a Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  • A current license (SC for clinic support role)
  • At least three years full-time practice and/or teaching experience
  • A strong desire to share the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic with future doctors of chiropractic
  • Strong organizational  skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Please send current CV and letter of interest to Mandy Smith, Director of Human Resources, at msmith@sherman.edu.


Close supervision of interns by doctors of chiropractic

Close supervision of interns by doctors of chiropractic

Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Dean of Clinical Sciences.  The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position.  Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith msmith@sherman.edu

Position Title:              DEAN OF CLINICAL SCIENCES
Department:               Academic Affairs
Reports To:                  Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost
Classification/
FLSA Status:                Level II (Exempt Administrative)

Primary Function:     The dean of clinical sciences assists the associate vice president for academic affairs and the vice president for academic affairs/provost in maintaining and enhancing the academic program and faculty to ensure continuity in student learning and application of knowledge throughout the curriculum.

Key Responsibilities:

Program Administration

  1. To serve on the following committees:  Academic Affairs, Curriculum Review , Faculty Hiring, Faculty Affairs, Library Advisory, Institutional Effectiveness, Research and Accommodations Review
  2. To plan, establish, review, and evaluate instructional goals and objectives of the program and submit to the vice president for academic affairs/provost, director of institutional effectiveness semi-annual assessment reports on the activities of the program
  3. To assure programmatic compliance with college policies and procedures
  4. To oversee the clinical science department chairs
  5. To work with the academic administrative team to develop and implement clinical education and patient care policies and procedures in order to meet established accreditation standards and desired outcomes
  6. To maintain records appropriate to the program
  7. To establish and coordinate appropriate curricular activities, committees, programs, and course offerings
  8. To review and evaluate courses and curricula to determine their institutional and administrative viability
  9. To recommend new courses and programs to Academic Affairs
  10. To schedule and conduct meetings for full- and part-time faculty members to facilitate appropriate student learning and course interaction and communication
  11. To collaborate with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness in the development, implementation and assessment of program-level student learning outcomes , including related data analysis and necessary improvements identified as a result
  12. To work with the administrative team to coordinate the academic program and the faculty to improve the quality of instruction at the college and make recommendations for improvement to the appropriate administrator or committee
  13. To participate in the recruitment, orientation, and supervision of full time and part time faculty
  14. To organize and schedule, in consultation with the administrative team, the evaluation of instruction throughout the curriculum
  15. To facilitate an annual administrative evaluation of each faculty member
  16. To encourage and assist faculty members to develop professionally through formal academic course/curricula work, conferences, seminars, short courses, mentoring, professional meetings, and college and community activities
  17. To monitor faculty member compliance with college policies and procedures
  18. To submit to the vice president for academic affairs/provost recommendations concerning personnel matters (promotions, salary increases, disciplinary actions, etc.) affecting faculty members
  19. To prepare and administer, in consultation with the academic administrative team, the academic annual operating budget to ensure timely request and receipt of materials for effective operation
Dr. Ron Castellucci in palpation class

Dr. Ron Castellucci in palpation class

Miscellaneous

  1. To assume such other duties as assigned by the vice president for academic affairs/provost
  2. Lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers
  3. Participate in the annual Lyceum program
  4. Commitment to the mission of Sherman College in any way correlated to the position.

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1. Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  2. A strong desire to share the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic with future doctors of chiropractic
  3. A commitment to educational excellence
  4. Educational program administration and/or teaching experience
  5. Must be goal-oriented and well-organized
  6. Excellent written and oral communication skills
  7. Leadership: a demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others
  8. Computer:  Apple iPad and MacBook, iPad applications; MS Office and effective use of classroom technology

Physical demands and work environment:

  • Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand/sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Additional stresses may occur from regular use of the computer.
  • Work environment:  While performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.
  • General sign-off:  The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies.

Chropractic Mentor Dr. Wu

Dr. Wu and Student in Anatomy Lab

Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for the position of Dean of Clinic Operations and Outreach.  The following job description lists the responsibilities and requirements of the position.  Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements in confidence to Mandy Smith.

Position Title:             DEAN OF CLINIC OPERATIONS AND OUTREACH
Department:                Academic Affairs
Reports to:                   Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Classification/
FLSA Status:               Level II (Exempt Administrative)

Primary Function:    The dean of clinic operations and outreach is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the college clinic and coordinating activities of community outreach related to all aspects of the program.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. To supervise and coordinate all clinic functions and activities and ensure compliance with any related accreditation standards
  2. To coordinate community outreach programs, activities and related personnel
  3. To serve on the following committees: Administrative Council, Faculty Affairs, Faculty Hiring, and Institutional Effectiveness
  4. To plan, establish, review, and evaluate administrative goals and objectives of the clinic and outreach program and submit to the associate vice president for academic affairs and director of institutional effectiveness semi-annual assessment reports on the activities of the program
  5. To plan and manage college and community clinic outreach programs
  6. To provide clear communication to interns, health center faculty and support personnel regarding clinic and outreach programs policies and procedures
  7. To hire, with the approval of the associate vice president for academic affairs, and supervise the training of all clinic and outreach programs support personnel
  8. To review all requests for supplies, equipment, services and travel for clinic and outreach programs
  9. To provide annual evaluations for all clinic staff and outreach programs personnel
  10. To supervise the acquisition and maintenance of clinic and outreach programs equipment and supplies
  11. To assist in the formulation of clinic requirements for graduation
  12. To maintain an individual performance record for each intern and to certify completion of clinic requirements prior to graduation
  13. To continually evaluate facilities and equipment relative to how well they meet the needs of the education program, including needs related to patient care
  14. To ensure a fully stocked, clean health center and classrooms
  15. Lend enthusiastic support to college policies and to fellow co-workers
  16. Participate in the annual Lyceum program
  17. To assume any duties that may be assigned by the associate vice president for academic affairs
  18. Commitment to the mission of Sherman College
Chiropractic is safe for babies and children .

Chiropractic is safe for babies and children .

Essential Knowledge and Skills:

  1.  A strong understanding of, and a desire to incorporate, the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic with clinical, primary care education standards
  2. Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  3. A current chiropractic license
  4. At least three years chiropractic practice experience or equivalent management experience
  5. Management, marketing, organizational and leadership skills
  6. Strong organizational, supervisory and communication skills
  7. Ability to direct attention to multiple tasks
  8. Organizational and diplomatic skills necessary to work effectively with staff, peers, faculty and students
  9. Computer:  Apple iPad and MacBook, iPad applications; MS Office; and those elements of the enterprise management system most relevant to the duties of the position
  10. Travel may be required

Physical demands and work environment

  • Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to walk, stand/sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Exposures: Employee my experience vision strain due to computer use.  Travel required locally and abroad.
  • Work environment:  While performing the duties of this job the employee works in a controlled work environment and the noise level in the work environment is usually minimal.
  • General sign-off:  The employee is expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies.

Sherman College of Chiropractic is currently accepting resumes for faculty members to assist with instruction in the clinical sciences and support Case Doctors in the clinic. Positions will be part time with the possibility of full time available for most positions.

  • Applicants must hold a Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  • A current license (SC for clinic support role)
  • At least three years full-time practice and/or teaching experience
  • A strong desire to share the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic with future doctors of chiropractic
  • Strong organizational  skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Please send current CV and letter of interest to Mandy Smith, Director of Human Resources, at msmith@sherman.edu.


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