UWS Clinics have openings for Vacation Relief/Clinical Assistants.
The Vacation Relief Clinical Assistant's chief responsibility is to provide either the Attending Physician or the Clinical Assistant at the Campus Clinic or other off-site clinical training sites, with support in supervising the delivery of patient care and the education of interns. The hourly rate of pay for the Vacation Relief/Clinical Assistant varies as listed below and there are no benefits associated with this appointment.
Vacation Relief Standard $22.00 per hour
Vacation Relief Working Alone $24.00 per hour
Vacation Relief West Burnside Clinic $25.00 per hour
Please see the job description below for the duties, responsibilities and qualifications for the position.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a letter of interest along with a current resume to Human Resources. Your letter of interest and resume should detail your training, education and experience as they relate to the duties, responsibilities and minimum requirements of the position.
The chief responsibility of the Clinic Phase Labs Teaching Assistant is to assist in the education of 3rd year students in their Clinic Phase I-III labs.
Attending Physicians (AP’s) are responsible for patient care, the supervision of interns’ delivery of patient care, and the clinical education of chiropractic interns.
UWS is recruiting for an instructor to teach the laboratory portion of the Clinical Laboratory course beginning Winter Quarter, January, 2013. The lab instructor will present material as directed by the lecture instructor and supervise student practice sessions. The Clinical Laboratory course is a 3 lecture hour, 2 lab hour course taught 2 times a year in Winter and Spring quarters. In the corresponding laboratory sessions, students learn “universal precautions,” risks associated with exposure to blood borne pathogens, and proper procedures for collecting blood and other specimens, and perform simple laboratory procedures that can be utilized as in-office tests.
UW is seeking a primary instructor for the lab portion of this course only. This position is hourly with no benefits. Winter 2013 quarter has four 2 hour labs.
The Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for insuring all guidelines are followed in accordance with university policy and procedures as well as state and federal rules on recruiting and hiring employees. Works directly with Payroll and Human Resources Director to ensure proper posting of all new job postings. Coordination of all exit interviews with employees departing the University.
University of Western States is seeking content experts and instructors for the MS in Exercise and Sports Science program. Course development and instruction are needed for the following course(s):
Professional Practice Topics
Instructors are responsible for ensuring students meet all learning objectives and successfully complete their course as outlined in the course description, lesson topics and syllabus. Instructors are also responsible for ensuring students achieve and demonstrate mastery of learning objectives and receive appropriate feedback and assessments of their progress throughout the course.
University of Western States is seeking content experts and instructors for a new online master’s program in nutrition and functional medicine. Course development and instruction are needed for the following courses:
*Electives related to human nutrition and functional medicine
Instructors are responsible for ensuring students meet all learning objectives and successfully complete their course as outlined in the course description, lesson topics and syllabus. Instructors are also responsible for ensuring students achieve and demonstrate mastery of learning objectives and receive appropriate feedback and assessment of their progress throughout the course.
A world leader in the education of health care professionals, the University of Western States (UWS) provides a science-driven curriculum that delivers a solid foundation and competitive edge in preparing students for clinical practice.
UWS is a regionally accredited, non-profit institution dedicated to improving the health of society through its education programs, research and clinical services. Founded in 1904, the University offers a Doctor of Chiropractic degree program, Master of Science degree programs in Exercise and Sports Science and in Nutrition and Functional Medicine, a Massage Therapy Certification program, and accredited Continuing Education programs for licensed health care professionals. UWS is a member of the Oregon Collaborative for Integrative Medicine, an organization that aims to advance integrative health care through education, research, patient care and advocacy.
UWS Admissions Advisors communicate the mission, history and traditions of University of Western States to prospective students and others to support decisions related to enrollment. Responsibilities include the recruitment and evaluation of qualified students for admission to all UWS academic programs.
The Admissions Advisor – Massage Therapy (AAMT) will focus primarily on recruiting/enrolling qualified and motivated students for the UWS Massage Therapy program in both Portland and Salem. The AAMT will work closely with the Director and Assistant Director of Massage Therapy, other Admissions staff members, administrators and faculty to plan and implement admissions recruitment strategies
This position is responsible for managing the Career Development database and providing general administrative support to the following staff members: the Director of Continuing Education, Alumni Relations Coordinator and Career Services Advisor. This position is heavily detail-oriented, requiring daily in-depth use of database systems to enter data from various source documents for storage, processing and data management purposes. Clerical duties in addition to data entry may include: filing, emailing, returning voicemails, faxing, copying, event preparation, and other administrative tasks as assigned by any of the three departments.
Under general direction creates and assures the accuracy of the DC class schedule including electronic entry into PowerCampus. Works with Department Chairs to ensure that needs are met for each area. Provides subject matter expertise to all department chairs.