Quarterly contract, hourly Non-ExemptDepartment:
Clinical EducationReport To:
Lead Lab instructor/ Asst. VP of Quality ImprovementDescription
The chief responsibility of the Clinic Phase Labs Teaching Assistant is to assist in the education of 3rd year students in their Clinic Phase I-III labs.Requirements
Must be a graduate of a CCE-accredited college.Responsibilities
Hold an active chiropractic license in good standing, with attainment of an Oregon DC license within 6 months of hire.
Observe, assist and evaluate the students in labs with history taking, examination procedures, and report of findings as necessary.Qualifications
Perform simulations of various conditions which include having students take histories and perform examination procedures on the Teaching Assistant. Assistants may need to wear gowns and/or shorts during these activities.
Evaluate written and oral case presentations during lab conferences.
Assist students with learning administrative and medicolegal protocols; help to enforce all clinic and University policies.
Meet with students for scheduled lab conferences.
Meet with the lead instructor and/or the lab coordinator on a regular basis for training, educational, and/or administrative purposes.
Read, understand and act in accordance with all FERPA standards established by UWS for protecting the security and privacy of student records.
Perform other duties as assigned by the lead instructor.
Conscientiously keep up with any articles or other developmental materials distributed.
Must have regular internet access for communication and transmission of developmental materials.
Must wear professional clinic attire during labs and conferences.
High level of proficiency in regards to performing and teaching the following: patient histories, regional exams and exam flows, and writing treatment plans. Treatment plans include diagnosis, management, prognosis, and the ability to write a paragraph that supports the diagnoses.
Minimum of 1 year practice experience preferred.
To apply, please submit a letter of interest and resume detailing your training, education and experience as they relate to the duties, responsibilities and minimum requirements of the position. Screening of applications will begin immediately.
Send your application materials to:
University of Western States
2900 NE 132nd Ave
Portland, OR 97230