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.
Prepare and conduct doctoral level courses for chiropractic students in histology, human development (embryology) and human gross anatomy laboratory, including cadaver dissection. The primary responsibility for this position will be serving as course director for the histology and human development courses proscribed in the curriculum for the doctor of chiropractic degree program. The histology course consists of 40 lecture hours and between 40 and 80 lab hours and is taught in Winter and Spring terms. The human development (embryology) course consists of 30 lecture hours and is taught in Spring and Summer terms. The successful applicant will also teach in the human gross anatomy laboratories throughout the year. UWS places primary emphasis on excellence in teaching, but the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the development of the institution through scholarship and service.
Assist in the preparation, execution, and serving of breakfast, lunch and various on-campus events for the University of Western States community by performing the following duties:
Prepare and conduct doctoral level courses for chiropractic students in clinical sciences lecture and lab courses. The responsibilities for this position will include courses in obstetrics, genitourinary survey and dermatology for the chiropractic degree program. Other course responsibilities in the Clinical Sciences department will be assigned based on programmatic needs coupled with instructor’s qualifications and abilities. This is a full-time, tenure track, bargaining unit position covered by the Western States Chiropractic College Faculty Association Agreement (Local 3809, AFT, AFL-CIO) UWS presents an evidence based curriculum and places primary emphasis on excellence in teaching, but the successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to the development of the institution through scholarship and service.
This position, in conjunction with the Vice President of University Relations, is responsible for the development and management of the University’s fund raising activities. Depending upon the qualifications and interests of the incumbent this position may begin as a part-time position, but will expand into a full-time position as circumstances warrant. The position will collaborate closely with the offices of Alumni Relations, Marketing, Career Development and the University Business Office to enhance contributions to the University and to ensure that contributions are appropriately acknowledged.
This is a lead University development officer position with responsibilities for the technical and professional aspects of University fund raising. It will report to the Vice President of University Relations until such time as the fund raising activities are sufficiently mature as to warrant long-term reporting to the President or other University executive.
Prepare and conduct professional preparation courses for chiropractic students and contribute to the growth of the institution by performing scholarly and service activities.
The Chiropractic Physician is responsible for providing and promoting chiropractic services in the UWS Health Center on the campus of Chemeketa Community College, which serves the college and surrounding communities.
The Administrative Executive Director (AED) is a highly visible and complex role with the primary responsibility of managing the organization of the Office of the President and supporting the President in local, statewide, and national activities. The AED reports directly to the UWS President and is a participant of the UWS President’s Advisory Council. In this regard, the AED works closely with the President, the Board, the Executive Leadership, and other university staff to provide information and services to the university’s internal and external constituents. Such support includes: independently providing administrative support to assure the university president is adequately prepared for each meeting; planning for and providing administrative support for executive meetings; providing planning, coordination and logistical support for university events sponsored by the President’s Office; and, serving as an executive assistant and adviser to the President. On behalf of the Office of the President, the AED provides clerical support to the Board of Trustees; prepares for and attends Trustee meetings; produces meeting notes and minutes; maintains communication with Trustees, including Trustee website. This position regularly, frequently, and independently interfaces with high-level internal and external contacts requiring considerable discretion, initiative, and confidentiality. As a liaison to the campus and the larger local and professional communities, the AED is responsible for cordial and informative official communications from the President’s Office. The AED also oversees the daily operations of the President’s Office.
The admissions advisor communicates the mission, history and traditions of University of Western States with prospective students and others to support decisions related to enrollment. Responsibilities include recruiting and evaluating qualified applicants for admission to all UWS academic programs. The admissions advisor is involved with staff, faculty, administrators and students and plays an active role in the campus community.