Applicants will establish a strong, externally funded research program related to polymer rheology, direct M.S. and Ph.D. students, teach graduate and undergraduate classes, and contribute to the functioning of the department, college, and university through service on committees and participation in departmental activities.
The Assistant Professor will teach courses in undergraduate and/or graduate programs in Nursing. Involvement with research and scholarly activities is expected along with participation in School, College and University service.
Teach clinical and/or didactic counseling courses, advise students, and provide program/school service primarily in the Counselor Education and Supervision Doctoral Program (Counselor Education track) and as needed in the School Counseling Masters Program.
Performs most complex legal research (example: researches law utilizing various programs such as PCI, WestLaw and state specific web sites); incorporates research and responses into various legal databases used to store research.
Collaborate with the Licensed Professionals Health Program, Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and the Physician Health Program to provide assessment and management of healthcare professionals having issues with impairment, behavioral indicators or policy violations in the workplace.
The successful candidate will perform administrative support functions including, but not limited to, copying, calendar, travel, expense reports, ordering and managing of office supplies, and word processing.
The Assistant Professor will have responsibilities to teach graduate and undergraduate courses; supervise speech-language pathology graduate student clinicians; contribute to school with research/scholarship and service.
Provides information and answers routine questions of patients regarding their disease, including preventive health maintenance topics such as diet, weight, smoking and topics related to medical specialty, with basic recommendations.
Conducts thorough medical histories, performs complete physical examinations (where indicated), initiates appropriate lab, radiology tests or other special tests required for evaluation of illness, and scrutinizes lab data on new and former clinic patients and hospital admissions to establish a record of the patient's current health status and to develop a working diagnosis and treatment plan with direct review by a physician.
Provide information and answers routine questions of patients regarding their disease, including preventive health maintenance topics such as diet, weight, smoking and topics related to medical specialty, with basic recommendations.
The provider will support family medicine and acute care medical visits making professional judgments, ordering appropriate diagnostic tests, reviewing results, counseling patients, making appropriate recommendations, and prescribing medications all in accordance with hospital mission and values.