The College of Osteopathic Medicine at Marian University, Indianapolis, Indiana, has an opening for a full time Assistant or Associate Professor in the division of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM). Reporting to the Chair of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, this position contributes to the education of medical students at Marian University.
Ideal candidates must have knowledge of and commitment to the mission of Marian University. The successful candidate must be a DO and be AOA-board certified or board-eligible in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (AOBNMM or its equivalent). The successful candidate must also hold a valid license to practice medicine and if not licensed in Indiana, must apply for a license. The most highly desired and preferred candidate will have a strong background in medical education and/or experience in pre-doctoral teaching. Well-developed skills in communication and osteopathic patient care including a wide range of OMT techniques and approaches are essential. There must be a strong interest in teaching, scholarship and service. The Assistant or Associate Professor will lecture and provide hands-on laboratory teaching of osteopathic physicians-in-training at all levels. Responsibilities also include demonstration and explanation of psychomotor skills involved in teaching a wide range of osteopathic manipulative medicine treatment techniques and approaches as well as participation in college of osteopathic medicine committees as assigned or appointed. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and training.
Located within 10 minutes of downtown Indianapolis, Marian University is one of the nation’s preeminent Catholic institutions of higher learning, and ranks in the Top 25 of US News & World Report’s list of Midwest Region colleges, as well as Money magazine’s list of Top 10 schools in Indiana “For Your Money”. Marian University was founded in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana, and the Franciscan Values that the Sisters ingrained into the university’s culture are still prevalent today. The university has experienced tremendous growth in the past 10 years under the leadership of President Daniel J. Elsener, including the opening of the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013 – the state’s first new medical school in 110 years. In 2012, Marian University’s football team captured the NAIA national championship in just its sixth year of existence. Marian University is also home to the most successful collegiate cycling program in the nation, which currently holds 26 national titles.
For best consideration, submit a CV with a statement of teaching philosophy and research interest as well as three (3) professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be received until the position has been filled.
Marian University is An Equal Opportunity Employer