The College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University seeks a clinical or tenure Track assistant professor to serve as the Clinical Skills Coordinator who will provide leadership and strategic direction in the coordination, instruction, and refinement of a longitudinal clinical skills curriculum for 1st and 2nd year veterinary students. This individual will work collaboratively with faculty and staff to foster a culture of excellence in clinical skills training and assessment of K-State veterinary students.
Opportunities may exist for the individual to participate in clinical service or rounds sessions within the Veterinary Health Center at K-State to maintain clinical acumen and proficiency. As a clinical track position, there is a minor expectation of independent or collaborative research or scholarly activity.
Opportunity for a tenure track position is possible for an exceptional candidate with a desire for more substantial scholarly activity.
Coordinate and teach core clinical skills courses in the 1st and 2nd year of the veterinary curriculum.
Collaborate with college leadership and faculty to ensure horizontal and vertical integration of the clinical skills curriculum across the continuum of the professional veterinary degree program.
Participate in programs and professional organizations to assure improvement, innovation, and application of best practices for clinical skills education.
Manage the inventory of equipment, supplies, hardware, and software systems utilized within the clinical skills curriculum.
Assist with development and management of the clinical skills curriculum budget.
Direct or collaborate in scholarship activities pertaining to K-State CVM clinical skills curriculum by conducting and/or participating in scholarly activities to further the institution's contributions to veterinary education.
As the lead faculty member for clinical skills curriculum (Y1 and Y2), faculty responsibilities include development and refinement of student assignments, assessments, tracking student performance and generation of final course grades.
Collaborate with relevant faculty, educational committees and offices on matters regarding clinical skills course schedule, content, curriculum mapping and review/evaluation.
Oversee clinical skills curriculum support staff.
Internal Number: 508517
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