The Congdon School of Health Sciences at High Point University (High Point, NC) is seeking three (3) Graduate Teaching Fellows to assist in human gross anatomy instruction. Responsibilities: The graduate teaching fellows will be responsible for assisting with the instruction of Physician Assistant and Athletic Training graduate students in human cadaveric dissections, preparation and dissection of human cadaveric specimens, as well as composing and grading written and practical exams under the direction of the Course Director Dr. James D. Pampush. The Gross Anatomy course runs 10 weeks from the first week of June to the 3rd week of August. Teaching fellows will arrive in High Point for orientation two weeks before the course starts, in the week of May 20th, and return to their home institution after the conclusion of the week of August 12th, 2019. Qualifications: Candidates for this position should be ABD PhD students in Anthropology, Biology, or related programs whose research focuses on some aspect of human and/or primate evolutionary anatomy/morphology. Candidates must have previously completed and scored an A or equivalent in a cadaveric gross anatomy course and be available for the entire duration of the contract. It is strongly recommended that each fellow has consistent access to a vehicle. Compensation: The successful candidates will be competitively paid and local housing will be provided by High Point University for the duration of the contract. Application: Interested candidates should email the following to James D. Pampush at ([email protected]): 1. A short cover letter (no more than 1 page) detailing their interest and relevant qualifications for the position. 2. A Curriculum Vitae which demonstrates their anatomically based research interests. 3. An unofficial transcript indicating completion of a cadaveric gross anatomy course. 4. The names of three references.
For full consideration, apply before April 1st 2019. High Point University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
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