Reporting to the Director of Physician Assistant Studies Program, the Academic Coordinator is a 12 month, full-time physician assistant studies faculty person with primary responsibility for planning and managing the didactic portion of the newly-accredited Master’s PA program. Working with a faculty of five teaching professionals, the Academic Coordinator will develop and maintain the didactic course syllabi, instructional objectives, expected competencies, content outlines, lecture notes, instructional methods, activities, handouts, and evaluation tools; recruit internal and external lecturers; maintain student performance records; and identify students in need of academic or other counseling and make appropriate referrals.
As a member of core faculty in accordance with ARC-PA Standards, the Academic Coordinator is also responsible for participation in admission activities, accreditation maintenance, maintenance of NCCPA certification, and active participation in local, regional, national PA organizations.
The successful candidate will be a graduate of an accredited PA program with relevant master’s degree, be NCCPA certified, have or be eligible for current licensure in Pennsylvania, and have a minimum of one year teaching experience and a minimum of two years of clinical experience.
Nominations and expressions of interest (curricula vitae, a letter of interest that addresses your qualifications, and 3 letters of recommendation) may be directed to the Strategic Search Advantage consultant assisting USciences with this search, Gary Rhoads, at email@example.com.
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