Careers @ WAUSM

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an international medical school with a world class preclerkship campus in Freeport, Grand Bahama, and administrative offices in South Florida and New Jersey. Our charter class will begin in Freeport in January ’22. We are seeking those with an entrepreneurial spirit, collaborative nature, and a passion for medical education who want to grow and contribute to an institution that values its faculty and staff and seeks to deliver on our mission to train the next generation of successful, patient-centered physicians.

Available Positions

Clinical Faculty, Department of Clinical Skills and Behavioral Medicine

Position Location: Freeport, Grand Bahama

Reporting to the Assistant Dean and Chair, Department of Clinical Skills and Experience, Clinical Faculty members will help to promote the advancement, quality, and excellence of the five-semester pre-clerkship component of the medical education program at Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM).

WAUSM provides an exciting opportunity for individuals that wish to join an energetic team of medical educators that are committed to building a fresh, new, dynamic, and innovative medical education program. Our students will study medicine in a highly integrated, systems-based, hybrid curriculum that incorporates active learning strategies into large and small group settings. With a powerful focus on active, case-based learning; robust simulation; and early exposure to clinical patients, WAUSM students can expect an integrated learning experience with individualized support  that will prepare them to excel in the clerkship portion of their studies, and beyond. We seek outstanding, team-oriented teachers who will share our excitement in building this dynamic and innovative educational program.

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The pre-clerkship foundational sciences program will be built around a 5-semester (15 weeks per semester) model of instruction with basic science concepts and competencies related to patient centered care integrated and woven throughout. Phase I of campus construction is currently underway to include multi-functional academic learning spaces, student study, tutoring and leisure space, faculty offices and collaboration areas, simulation and clinical exam rooms and outdoor spaces.  The clerkship portion of the program will include clerkships in Internal Medicine (12 weeks), Pediatrics (6 weeks), Obstetrics and Gynecology (6 weeks), Psychiatry (6 weeks), Family Medicine (6 weeks), Surgery (12 weeks), Emergency Medicine or Urgent Care (4 weeks), a Sub-Internship (4 weeks), and electives (28 weeks).

WAUSM will operate on three semesters per year with a new class of students matriculating each semester. Therefore, teaching duties and administrative responsibilities continue throughout the year. A focus on teaching, student learning and support is paramount, and we look to individuals who can provide excellence in these areas. Positions are located in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Actively teach, advise, mentor and evaluate students in a manner that exemplifies excellence and care.
  • Prepare teaching materials including presentations, pre-reading assignments, practice questions, quizzes, workbooks or other as required. 
  • Facilitate small group learning including clinical skills, simulation, standardized patient interactions and other learning experiences.
  • Assist in the creation and review of formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress and performance. Grade clinical examinations and proctor written examinations as required.
  • Revise teaching materials and techniques to stay current and innovative, aligning with the continuous improvement of the curriculum.
  • Assist leadership in ensuring that the curriculum is integrated, clinically relevant, delivered in a logical manner and that content is at a depth and breadth suitable for learners who will enter clinical practice.
  • Ensure that all teaching materials, communications, posts, assessment materials and any other materials delivered to students are updated, current and polished.
  • Support students through the Center for Academic Success and collaborate with the Office of Medical Education and the Center for Academic Success in their initiatives as required.
  • Preceptorship of students in local clinics as required.
  • Participate in and support standing committees, task forces, academic and operational plans and initiatives as appointed / elected and/or determined by the Assistant Dean and Chair.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Chair or Dean.
Education, Experience and Attributes:
  • Earned MD, MBBS, DO degree or other equivalent medical qualification from an accredited institution of higher education.
  • Current medical licensure, residency trained and Board Eligible/Board Certified.
  • Significant medical practice experience within a specialty
  • Academic appointment within an accredited U.S. medical school and/or experience teaching medical students or residents preferred
  • Experience with NBME / USMLE environments preferred.
  • Experience in medical education required, with demonstrated teaching experience and skill in presenting to students and colleagues.
  • Familiarity with simulation technology: Laerdal, Harvey, Vimedix Ultrasound, preferred.
  • Evidence of committee work and participation in other initiatives.
  • Experience with curriculum development and continuous improvement desired.
  • Experience with assessment programs and the ability to lead successful programmatic changes based upon assessment results and adult student learning.
  • Solid technological skills and experience with virtual learning platforms (Canvas), computer-assisted delivery of didactic and active learning content, video-conferencing and other academic / computing platforms (Panopto, Zoom, WebEx, Microsoft suite and Teams, etc.).
  • Possibility and opportunities for direct patient care as applicable.
  • Ability and desire to work with others in a collegial and collaborative atmosphere.
  • Strong communication skills in English. Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Exhibit flexibility, adaptability and be open to and embrace creative, innovative, “break the mold” ideas of others.
  • Comfortable living a Caribbean, island lifestyle and embracing that experience.

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We are committed to diversity and inclusion and support applicants from all backgrounds to join our team. We strive to build a community that represents the students we serve and exhibits a variety of skills, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. Employment is a decision based upon qualifications, merit, and the needs of the University.

MAPP Administrative Assistant

Position Location: Plantation, Florida

Reporting directly to the Director of the Medical Advancement Preparatory Program (MAPP), we welcome applications for a MAPP Administrative Assistant. This individual will organize, manage, and perform a wide range of administrative and operational duties for the MAPP Program.

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WAUSM provides an exciting opportunity for individuals that wish to join an energetic team of medical educators that are committed to building a fresh, new, dynamic, and innovative medical education program. The Medical Advancement Preparatory Program (MAPP) located in South Florida is structured to provide coursework and skills training that prepares students to excel in medical school. Utilizing their own experience and education, and working alongside faculty members and student mentors, the MAPP Administrative Assistant will have an integral role in fostering a culture of belonging. Students successfully completing the MAPP program will be directly admitted to Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative and clerical support to the Director as well as the faculty members within MAPP.
  • Anticipate the needs of the programs when setting priorities to keep the faculty updated and aware of meetings, agendas, upcoming events, incoming correspondences, and other matters as applicable.
  • May be required to manage calendars and contacts as appropriate.
  • Order office supplies/equipment, prepare expense statements, reserve, and prepare facilities and catering, as necessary.
  • Organize meeting as necessary.
  • Prepare and post minutes of meetings accordingly.
  • Assist the Director with logistics relating to candidate interview itineraries and experiences, professional development information sessions, and new colleague on-boarding, as applicable to the program.
  • Prepare documentation and correspondence.
  • Maintain accurate records and files; develop and maintain filing systems to include electronic and hard copy where necessary and ensure filings are in proper format and filed in a timely manner; supply information upon request.
  • Maintain confidentiality in relation to student or faculty data that the administrator may encounter.
  • Provide administrative support for other member(s) of the Executive Office as assigned/directed.
  • Offer support and assistance to other departments and employees as needed for special projects and/or events.
  • There are currently no supervisory duties in this role.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by the Director or Executive Dean that commensurate with the position

Education, Experience, and Attributes:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field desired, but a combination of education and experience (5+ years administrative / clerical experience) in a fast-paced environment will be considered.
  • Prior experience supporting a team in an educational environment desired.
  • Advanced competence in Microsoft Office Suite and other computing platforms as applicable.
  • Excellent organizational and written and oral communication skills in English.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, work independently and as a team member and maintain composure in a fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail and an ability to use good judgment and discretion daily, as well as when presented with confidential information.
  • Problem Solving: Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and analyses information skillfully.
  • Project Management: Ability to develop and coordinate project plans.
  • Communication: Communicates clearly and informatively in positive or negative situations and varies writing style to meet needs.
  • Quality Management: Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Ethics: Works with integrity and ethically. Salary commensurate with experience.

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and support applicants from all backgrounds to join our team. We strive to build a community that represents the students we serve and exhibits a variety of skills, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. Employment is a decision based upon qualifications, merit, and the needs of the University.

Microbiology / Immunology Faculty

Position Location: Freeport, Grand Bahama

WAUSM currently invites applications for faculty in Microbiology / Immunology. Reporting to the Assistant Dean and Chair, Department of Foundational Sciences, faculty members will help to promote the advancement, quality, and excellence of the five-semester pre-clerkship component of the medical education program at Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM).

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WAUSM provides an exciting opportunity for individuals that wish to join an energetic team of medical educators that are committed to building a fresh, new, dynamic, and innovative medical education program. Our students will study medicine in a highly integrated, systems-based, hybrid curriculum that incorporates active learning strategies into large and small group settings. With a powerful focus on active, case-based learning; robust simulation; and early exposure to clinical patients, WAUSM students can expect an integrated learning experience with individualized support that will prepare them to excel in the Clerkship portion of their studies, and beyond. We seek outstanding, team-oriented teachers who will share our excitement in building this dynamic and innovative educational program. The pre-clerkship foundational sciences program will be built around a 5-semester (15 weeks per semester) model of instruction with basic science concepts and competencies related to patient centered care integrated and woven throughout. Phase I of campus construction is currently underway to include multi-functional academic learning spaces, student study, tutoring and leisure space, faculty offices and collaboration areas, simulation and clinical exam rooms and outdoor spaces.

WAUSM will operate on three semesters per year with a new class of students matriculating each semester. Therefore, teaching duties and administrative responsibilities continue throughout the year. A focus on teaching, student learning and support is paramount, and we look to individuals who can provide excellence in these areas. Positions are located in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Actively teach, advise, mentor, and evaluate students in a manner that exemplifies excellence and care.
  • Prepare teaching materials including cases, presentations, pre-reading assignments, practice questions, quizzes, workbooks or other as required.
  • Facilitate small and large group active learning sessions.
  • Assist in the creation and review of formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress and performance. Proctor written examinations as required.
  • Revise teaching materials and techniques to stay current and innovative, aligning with the continuous improvement of the curriculum.
  • Assist leadership in ensuring that the curriculum is integrated, clinically relevant, delivered in a logical manner and that content is at a depth and breadth suitable for learners who will enter clinical practice.
  • Ensure that all teaching materials, communications, posts, assessment materials and any other materials delivered to students are updated, current and polished.
  • Support students through active participation in the Center for Academic Success and collaborate with the Office of Medical Education and the Center for Academic Success in their initiatives as required.
  • Participate in and support standing committees, task forces, academic and operational plans and initiatives as appointed / elected and/or determined by the Assistant Dean and Chair.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Chair or Dean.

Education, Experience and Attributes:

  • Earned doctoral degree (PhD, MD or MD/PhD, or equivalent degree) from an accredited institution of higher education.
  • Willingness to work collaboratively with a team to build a medical school.
  • Commitment to team-based learning with a broad base of knowledge and the ability to facilitate multidisciplinary student learning.
  • Evidence of excellence in medical education preferred, with demonstrated teaching/facilitating experience and skill in presenting to students and colleagues.
  • Evidence of committee work and participation in other initiatives.
  • Experience with curriculum development and continuous improvement.
  • Experience with assessment programs and the ability to lead successful programmatic changes based upon assessment results and adult student learning.
  • Solid technological skills and experience with virtual learning platforms (Canvas), computer-assisted delivery of didactic and active learning content, video-conferencing and other academic / computing platforms (Zoom, Microsoft suite and Teams, etc.).
  • Ability and desire to work with others in a collegial and collaborative atmosphere.
  • Excellent communication skills in English. Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Exhibit flexibility, adaptability and be open to and embrace creative, innovative, “break the mold” ideas of others.
  • Comfortable living a Caribbean, island lifestyle and embracing that experience.

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We are committed to diversity and inclusion and support applicants from all backgrounds to join our team. We strive to build a community that represents the students we serve and exhibits a variety of skills, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. Employment is a decision based upon qualifications, merit, and the needs of the University.

Pathology Faculty

Position Location: Freeport, Grand Bahama

WAUSM currently invites applications for faculty in Pathology. Reporting to the Assistant Dean and Chair, Department of Foundational Sciences, faculty members will help to promote the advancement, quality, and excellence of the five-semester pre-clerkship component of the medical education program at Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM).

VIEW FULL DESCRIPTION

WAUSM provides an exciting opportunity for individuals that wish to join an energetic team of medical educators that are committed to building a fresh, new, dynamic, and innovative medical education program. Our students will study medicine in a highly integrated, systems-based, hybrid curriculum that incorporates active learning strategies into large and small group settings. With a powerful focus on active, case-based learning; robust simulation; and early exposure to clinical patients, WAUSM students can expect an integrated learning experience with individualized support that will prepare them to excel in the Clerkship portion of their studies, and beyond. We seek outstanding, team-oriented teachers who will share our excitement in building this dynamic and innovative educational program. The pre-clerkship foundational sciences program will be built around a 5-semester (15 weeks per semester) model of instruction with basic science concepts and competencies related to patient centered care integrated and woven throughout. Phase I of campus construction is currently underway to include multi-functional academic learning spaces, student study, tutoring and leisure space, faculty offices and collaboration areas, simulation and clinical exam rooms and outdoor spaces.

WAUSM will operate on three semesters per year with a new class of students matriculating each semester. Therefore, teaching duties and administrative responsibilities continue throughout the year. A focus on teaching, student learning and support is paramount, and we look to individuals who can provide excellence in these areas. Positions are located in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Actively teach, advise, mentor, and evaluate students in a manner that exemplifies excellence and care.
  • Prepare teaching materials including cases, presentations, pre-reading assignments, practice questions, quizzes, workbooks or other as required.
  • Facilitate small and large group active learning sessions.
  • Assist in the creation and review of formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress and performance. Proctor written examinations as required.
  • Revise teaching materials and techniques to stay current and innovative, aligning with the continuous improvement of the curriculum.
  • Assist leadership in ensuring that the curriculum is integrated, clinically relevant, delivered in a logical manner and that content is at a depth and breadth suitable for learners who will enter clinical practice.
  • Ensure that all teaching materials, communications, posts, assessment materials and any other materials delivered to students are updated, current and polished.
  • Support students through active participation in the Center for Academic Success and collaborate with the Office of Medical Education and the Center for Academic Success in their initiatives as required.
  • Participate in and support standing committees, task forces, academic and operational plans and initiatives as appointed / elected and/or determined by the Assistant Dean and Chair.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Chair or Dean.

Education, Experience and Attributes:

  • Earned doctoral degree (MD, DO or MD/PhD, or equivalent degree) from an accredited institution of higher education.
  • Willingness to work collaboratively with a team to build a medical school.
  • Commitment to team-based learning with a broad base of knowledge and the ability to facilitate multidisciplinary student learning.
  • Evidence of excellence in medical education preferred, with demonstrated teaching/facilitating experience and skill in presenting to students and colleagues.
  • Evidence of committee work and participation in other initiatives.
  • Experience with curriculum development and continuous improvement.
  • Experience with assessment programs and the ability to lead successful programmatic changes based upon assessment results and adult student learning.
  • Solid technological skills and experience with virtual learning platforms (Canvas), computer-assisted delivery of didactic and active learning content, video-conferencing and other academic / computing platforms (Zoom, Microsoft suite and Teams, etc.).
  • Ability and desire to work with others in a collegial and collaborative atmosphere.
  • Excellent communication skills in English. Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Exhibit flexibility, adaptability and be open to and embrace creative, innovative, “break the mold” ideas of others.
  • Comfortable living a Caribbean, island lifestyle and embracing that experience.

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We are committed to diversity and inclusion and support applicants from all backgrounds to join our team. We strive to build a community that represents the students we serve and exhibits a variety of skills, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. Employment is a decision based upon qualifications, merit, and the needs of the University.

Biochemistry Faculty

Position Location: Freeport, Grand Bahama

WAUSM currently invites applications for faculty in Biochemistry. Reporting to the Assistant Dean and Chair, Department of Foundational Sciences, faculty members will help to promote the advancement, quality, and excellence of the five-semester pre-clerkship component of the medical education program at Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM).

VIEW FULL DESCRIPTION

WAUSM provides an exciting opportunity for individuals that wish to join an energetic team of medical educators that are committed to building a fresh, new, dynamic, and innovative medical education program. Our students will study medicine in a highly integrated, systems-based, hybrid curriculum that incorporates active learning strategies into large and small group settings. With a powerful focus on active, case-based learning; robust simulation; and early exposure to clinical patients, WAUSM students can expect an integrated learning experience with individualized support that will prepare them to excel in the Clerkship portion of their studies, and beyond. We seek outstanding, team-oriented teachers who will share our excitement in building this dynamic and innovative educational program. The pre-clerkship foundational sciences program will be built around a 5-semester (15 weeks per semester) model of instruction with basic science concepts and competencies related to patient centered care integrated and woven throughout. Phase I of campus construction is currently underway to include multi-functional academic learning spaces, student study, tutoring and leisure space, faculty offices and collaboration areas, simulation and clinical exam rooms and outdoor spaces.

WAUSM will operate on three semesters per year with a new class of students matriculating each semester. Therefore, teaching duties and administrative responsibilities continue throughout the year. A focus on teaching, student learning and support is paramount, and we look to individuals who can provide excellence in these areas. Positions are located in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Actively teach, advise, mentor, and evaluate students in a manner that exemplifies excellence and care.
  • Prepare teaching materials including cases, presentations, pre-reading assignments, practice questions, quizzes, workbooks or other as required.
  • Facilitate small and large group active learning sessions.
  • Assist in the creation and review of formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress and performance. Proctor written examinations as required.
  • Revise teaching materials and techniques to stay current and innovative, aligning with the continuous improvement of the curriculum.
  • Assist leadership in ensuring that the curriculum is integrated, clinically relevant, delivered in a logical manner and that content is at a depth and breadth suitable for learners who will enter clinical practice.
  • Ensure that all teaching materials, communications, posts, assessment materials and any other materials delivered to students are updated, current and polished.
  • Support students through active participation in the Center for Academic Success and collaborate with the Office of Medical Education and the Center for Academic Success in their initiatives as required.
  • Participate in and support standing committees, task forces, academic and operational plans and initiatives as appointed / elected and/or determined by the Assistant Dean and Chair.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Chair or Dean.

Education, Experience and Attributes:

  • Earned doctoral degree (PhD, MD or MD/PhD, or equivalent degree) from an accredited institution of higher education.
  •   Willingness to work collaboratively with a team to build a medical school.
  • Commitment to team-based learning with a broad base of knowledge and the ability to facilitate multidisciplinary student learning.
  • Evidence of excellence in medical education preferred, with demonstrated teaching/facilitating experience and skill in presenting to students and colleagues.
  • Evidence of committee work and participation in other initiatives.
  • Experience with curriculum development and continuous improvement.
  • Experience with assessment programs and the ability to lead successful programmatic changes based upon assessment results and adult student learning.
  • Solid technological skills and experience with virtual learning platforms (Canvas), computer-assisted delivery of didactic and active learning content, video-conferencing and other academic / computing platforms (Zoom, Microsoft suite and Teams, etc.).
  • Ability and desire to work with others in a collegial and collaborative atmosphere.
  • Excellent communication skills in English. Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Exhibit flexibility, adaptability and be open to and embrace creative, innovative, “break the mold” ideas of others.
  • Comfortable living a Caribbean, island lifestyle and embracing that experience.

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We are committed to diversity and inclusion and support applicants from all backgrounds to join our team. We strive to build a community that represents the students we serve and exhibits a variety of skills, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. Employment is a decision based upon qualifications, merit, and the needs of the University.

Behavioral Medicine Faculty

Position Location: Freeport, Grand Bahama

Reporting to the Assistant Dean and Chair, Department of Clinical Sciences and Experience, the Behavioral Medicine Faculty member will help to promote the advancement, quality, and excellence of the five-semester pre-clerkship component of the medical education program at Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM).

VIEW FULL DESCRIPTION

WAUSM provides an exciting opportunity for individuals that wish to join an energetic team of medical educators that are committed to building a fresh, new, dynamic, and innovative medical education program. Our students will study medicine in a highly integrated, systems-based, hybrid curriculum that incorporates active learning strategies into large and small group settings. With a powerful focus on active, case-based learning; robust simulation; and early exposure to clinical patients, WAUSM students can expect an integrated learning experience with individualized support that will prepare them to excel in the clerkship portion of their studies, and beyond. We seek outstanding, team-oriented teachers who will share our excitement in building this dynamic and innovative educational program.

The pre-clerkship foundational sciences program will be built around a 5-semester (15 weeks per semester) model of instruction with basic science concepts and competencies related to patient centered care integrated and woven throughout. Phase I of campus construction is currently underway to include multi-functional academic learning spaces, student study, tutoring and leisure space, faculty offices and collaboration areas, simulation and clinical exam rooms and outdoor spaces.

WAUSM will operate on three semesters per year with a new class of students matriculating each semester. Therefore, teaching duties and administrative responsibilities continue throughout the year. A focus on teaching, student learning and support is paramount, and we look to individuals who can provide excellence in these areas. Position is located in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.

 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Actively teach, advise, mentor and assess students in a manner that exemplifies excellence and care.
  • Prepare teaching materials including presentations, pre-reading assignments, practice questions, quizzes, workbooks or other as required.
  • Facilitate small group learning as required.
  • Assist in the creation and review of formative and summative assessments to evaluate student progress and performance. Grade clinical examinations and proctor written examinations as required.
  • Revise teaching materials and techniques to stay current and innovative, aligning with the continuous improvement of the curriculum.
  • Assist leadership in ensuring that the curriculum is integrated, clinically relevant, delivered in a logical manner and that content is at a depth and breadth suitable for learners who will enter clinical practice.
  • Ensure that all teaching materials, communications, posts, assessment materials and any other materials delivered to students are updated, current and polished.
  • Support students through the Center for Academic Success and collaborate with the Office of Medical Education and the Center for Academic Success in their initiatives as required.
  • Participate in and support standing committees, task forces, academic and operational plans and initiatives as appointed / elected and/or determined by the Assistant Dean and Chair.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean and Chair or Dean.

Education, Experience and Attributes:

  • PhD. or Psy.D in Counseling, Clinical Psychology or related field of Behavioral Medicine. MD, DO, or other medical degree in Psychiatry or Behavioral Medicine may be considered.
  • A broad base of knowledge in Behavioral Medicine and Health is desired.
  • Experience in medical education preferred, with demonstrated teaching experience and skill in presenting to students and colleagues.
  • Patient-centered communications skills and motivational interviewing skills required.
  • Evidence of committee work and participation in other initiatives.
  • Experience with curriculum development and continuous improvement desired.
  • Experience with assessment programs and the ability to lead successful programmatic changes based upon assessment results and adult student learning.
  • Solid technological skills and experience with virtual learning platforms (Canvas), computer-assisted delivery of didactic and active learning content, video-conferencing and other academic / computing platforms (Panopto, Zoom, WebEx, Microsoft suite and Teams, etc.).
  • Ability and desire to work with others in a collegial and collaborative atmosphere.
  • Strong communication skills in English. Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Exhibit flexibility, adaptability and be open to and embrace creative, innovative, “break the mold” ideas of others.
  • Comfortable living a Caribbean, island lifestyle and embracing that experience.

 

Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM) is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We are committed to diversity and inclusion and support applicants from all backgrounds to join our team. We strive to build a community that represents the students we serve and exhibits a variety of skills, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. Employment is a decision based upon qualifications, merit, and the needs of the University.