- Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine with Board Certification in his/ her specialty.
- Three or more years’ clinical patient care experience in his/her specialty.
- Experience teaching medical students in clinical settings.
- Experience with LCME and/or other accrediting bodies.
Full-Time OBGYN, Clinical Education Director
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine (ESFCOM) at Washington State University is a next generation, community based medical school designed to train students to be physician leaders, who innovate, adapt and discover in an ever-changing healthcare landscape. The School seeks a Clinical Education Director for OBGYN to join the medical education team in preparing insightful and compassionate physicians that will lead and advance the delivery of care.
This is an opportunity to lead the development, design, coordination and implementation of the medical school curriculum across all four years in the specialty of OBGYN, a role that will critically influence and shape the quality and strength of our future physician workforce. The incumbent joins colleagues with a passion for education, working collaboratively in an environment that supports innovation and leadership.
The incumbent will also collaborate with the clinical site directors and teaching faculty to create clinical education experiences where such experiences will add significant value to student learning and competency.
Washington State University has delivered advanced education to diverse communities across the state for more than 125 years. Its new medical school leverages that experience by training physicians to deliver health care to Washington’s underserved communities, achieving new milestones in medical research, innovation, interprofessional education and delivering patient-centered care. Accredited in October 2016, the school will welcome its first class of 60 in August 2017.
This community-based model of medical education equips future physicians to become leaders in a rapidly changing health care landscape. See what it takes to train tomorrow’s health care leaders!