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Tenure Track Faculty Position, Physical Therapy Newark
The Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware invites applications for an open rank faculty position. Appointments are for a nine-month academic year. We seek a clinical scientist with strong research training, a commitment to professional and graduate education, and effective interpersonal skills. Research focus can be in any area relevant to Physical Therapy. The candidate should have an earned research doctorate in a related field, have post-doctoral research training, be eligible for licensure as a physical therapist in Delaware, and possess a strong desire to develop and conduct a nationally and internationally recognized research program. The successful candidate will contribute to the Department’s teaching efforts in the DPT Program and in the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomechanics and Movement Science (BIOMS) in his or her area of expertise. The teaching load will be appropriate to allow the candidate to pursue a rigorous research program. The potential for collaboration and joint appointment in other colleges and departments is high. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Competitive start-up funds accompany this position. All faculty are expected to contribute to a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity.
Medical Assistant, Nurse Managed Primary Care Center (NMPCC) Newark
The Medical Assistant within the University of Delaware Nurse Managed Primary Care Center (NMPCC) is responsible for supporting our clinic NP staff in delivering a high level of care in addition to supporting our missions of excellence in the education of future nurses, collaborating with staff to maintain our PCMH designation in addition to supporting the clinic in other ways that improve our productivity.
Clinical Coordinator, Nursing Newark
The Undergraduate Clinical Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations of the department's undergraduate programs, Traditional, Accelerated, RN-BSN Programs. This position will also participate in the department's undergraduate recruiting program including managing recruitment events, fairs and corresponding with prospective with prospective undergraduate students throughout the inquiry, admissions, and matriculation processes.
Quality Assurance Trainer, College of Health Sciences Clinic Administration Newark
The Instructional Designer (Quality Assurance Trainer) plans, develops, and implements training and staff development programs to support the patient service, student and financial goals of the University of Health LLC. This is accomplished through the provision of various methodologies such as classroom training, demonstrations, on the job training, meetings, conferences and workshops.
Grants Analyst II, College of Health Sciences Newark
The Grants Analyst II manages an expanding portfolio of contracts, grants and multi-year, multi-institutional program projects within the College of Health Sciences (CHS), with direct oversight of all aspects of fiscal administration for all pre- and post-award activities for the faculty.
Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Managed Primary Care Center Newark
The University of Delaware, College of Health Sciences academic health center, UD Health, offers comprehensive, interdisciplinary care to the community within the context of cutting-edge research and education. The UD Nurse Managed Primary Care Center offers primary care, chronic disease management, prevention and wellness services. The Nurse Practitioner will provide care to diverse clientele within and outside of the university community. The family nurse practitioner will collaborate with mental health, nutrition, exercise counseling, and other clinical partners on the team. Position is full time. Typical business hours with the possibility of 11-7 on Wednesdays, or 7-3 on Tuesdays or Thursdays under the direction of the NMPCC Director.
Physical Therapist II, College of Health Sciences Newark
Under general direction of the Director, the Staff Physical Therapist is involved in direct patient care of patients in the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic. The position of Staff Physical Therapist is an integral component of the physical therapy clinic and physical therapy department. The incumbent supervises Doctor¿s of Physical Therapy students during patient care. The incumbent also has a role in mentoring of junior staff therapists in Residency and Fellowship training. This involves guidance and consultation with direct patient care. The Physical Therapist functions independently when given instruction of academic and clinical needs to be addressed. The incumbent is expected to maintain communication with the department, for administrative and research components as well as communication with the faculty of other physical therapy institutions on issues of clinical education and specialty area development. This position has an administrative component that is related to needed projects including protocol development and the student interaction with the clinic environment.Incumbents also are expected to participate in departmental team and committee work.
Associate Director, Clinical Education Newark
The Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware is a thriving academic unit recently ranked #1 in the nation by US News & World Report. The Department is comprised of 32 faculty of which 14 are PhD faculty with independent research lines, professionals, 180 professional students in the Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) Program, 30 graduate students pursuing a PhD in Biomechanics and Movement Science (BIOMS), post-professional residencies, and a 10,000 square foot physical therapy clinic that is open to the public. The Department is part of the College of Health Sciences (CHS), an innovative interdisciplinary college of more than 3,000 students and 100 faculty. The State-of-the-art Health Sciences Complex opened in January 2014 on the University’s new Science Technology & Advanced Research (STAR) Campus. The complex brings students, researchers, clinicians, and the community together to address some of the most pressing healthcare questions of our time. The STAR Campus fosters connections to the community, inter-professional training of students, and collaborative research between faculty and clinicians. Under the limited direction of the Director and Associate Director of the DPT Program, the Associate Director of Clinical Education is responsible for all administrative aspects of the clinical education component of the DPT program. This position provides leadership to numerous clinical faculty and professionals by managing the daily operations associated with clinical education, an integral component of the University of Delaware's DPT curriculum. The Associate Director of Clinical Education will be responsible for managing all components related to clinical education, maintaining affiliations with over 300 clinical sites throughout the United States, and placing and monitoring physical therapy students in over 150 internships each year.
Graduate Services Coordinator Newark
The Graduate Services Coordinator in Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSCD) manages all aspects of the administration of the graduate programs, serving as liaison between University faculty/staff, students, and off-campus organizations/contacts. This position is responsible for the application process of programs, department, and University policy. This position coordinates all administrative activities across multiple organizational units, specialized record keeping and database management, and/or specified information gathering projects. This position analyzes enrollment projections/data and briefs the department Chair on any potential concerns. Other duties include assisting with training, assigning, recruitment, admissions administration, and checking the work of lower-level staff and functioning as the lead staff person of responsibilities relating to academic administrative functions.
Business Administrator II, Center for Health Assessment Research and Translation Newark
The College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware, is seeking candidates for a Business Administrator to support college research needs with primary support of the research Center for Health Assessment Research and Translation (CHART). The research that CHART conducts is dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals with disabilities, neurological disorders, or other chronic health conditions.
Post Doctoral Researcher, Sleep and Circadian Health Research Program Newark
The Sleep and Circadian Health Research Program housed in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware seeks to hire a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to conduct research in the area of sleep and circadian influences on cardiometabolic health. Working closely with the program PI, Associate Dean and Professor and faculty from other Departments across the College including Kinesiology and Applied Physiology and the School of Nursing, the Fellow will have the opportunity (based on interest and training goals) to support ongoing studies in various stages of recruitment and data analysis: • Predicting Sleep, Smoking and Lung Health Disparities in at-risk Black African American Adults • Using Sleep Health to Optimize Smoking Cessation Treatment Response in HIV-Positive Adults • Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease in Mid-Life Adults: Determining the Role of Chrono-behaviors • Day-to-day associations between sleep and stress in the family context • Artificial Intelligence sleep chatbot in emerging adults with metabolic syndrome comorbidities: a feasibility study
Clinical Program Assistant, School of Nursing Newark
Under the limited supervision of the Clinical Coordinator, the Clinical Program Assistant is responsible for coordinating, organizing, and monitoring the student and faculty clinical compliance process needed for student placement in clinical settings. The incumbent will monitor implementation and compliance of internal and external clinical mandatory requirement processes. The incumbent will be the School of Nursing’s liaison for clinical partners related to student and faculty clinical compliance issues. The incumbent will track and resolve student and faculty non-compliance issues to meet strict clinical placement deadlines while keeping their supervisor apprised.
Research Associate II, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology Newark
The Research Associate II will be an integral part and leader of the research team by i) ensuring proper safety procedures and protocols are followed by students and staff, ii) overseeing projects and data collection in the lab, and iii) training of students and staff in various experimental laboratory procedures.
Continuing Track Faculty Position, Medical & Molecular Sciences Newark
The Department of Medical and Molecular Sciences at the University of Delaware invites applications for a continuing track (non-tenured track) faculty position in a fast-paced dynamic department offering academic programs in the clinical, biomedical, and pre-health sciences. Primary responsibilities include teaching of undergraduate and graduate students within the department, with an emphasis in areas pertaining to (i) clinical chemistry and hematology and (ii) biomedical laboratory sciences. The successful candidate will have a strong background in clinical chemistry and molecular laboratory science; a strong background in hematology is a plus. Content knowledge in the biomedical sciences and a demonstrated commitment to the use of evidence-based teaching methods are required.
The VASCULAR ION CHANNEL RESEARCH LABORATORY, located in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, College of Health Sciences, at the UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, seeks a candidate for a 2-year POSTDOCTORAL POSITION focused on MECHANISMS OF OBESITY-INDUCED VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION. Specifically, the project will involve identifying the effects of altered fatty acid metabolism on ion channel function in vascular cells in the context of obesity. Opportunities will be provided to learn gold standard electrophysiological techniques, ex vivo pressure arteriography, and elements of translational research. Experience working with cells in culture and animal models is required. Candidates with experience working with human subjects in translational studies is preferred but not required. Writing manuscripts and applying for independent research grants will be strongly encouraged