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We’re Hiring! Join our growing team today. 

Excellent candidates are those who will strive to cultivate students’ character, compassion, and competence through innovative medical education.  Candidates from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in medical education are highly encouraged to apply.  In addition to basic science foundation and clinical experiences, the curriculum will feature innovation, collaboration with other health professionals, engagement with community, consideration of faith and ethics in medicine, and examination of societal determinants of health.  Candidates who have experience and expertise in these co-curricular elements will be viewed favorably.

Current opportunities include (click the link to apply): 

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant serves as support staff and performs a wide range of administrative support services for the Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs (OFAA) at the Thomas F. Frist, Jr. College of Medicine at Belmont University.

Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs 

The Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs reports directly to the Dean of the Frist College of Medicine (FCoM) and is a leader and champion in the areas of faculty affairs and professional development, curricular design and implementation, assessment and evaluation, and accreditation.

Clinical Affiliate

Clinical affiliate physicians are passionate about medical student teaching, role-modeling, and whole-person care.  Clinical affiliates should be dependable, motivated, supportive, creative, professional with communication and team-based interactions, and willing to learn and employ newer teaching modalities, as indicated. 

Clinician Educator

Clinician educators will be involved in the development, delivery, and assessment of a case-based, student-centered curriculum for pre-clinical medical students.  These faculty members will collaborate with an inter-professional and interdisciplinary faculty team to develop rich clinical cases that integrate the biomedical, social, and health systems sciences to foster student inquiry, acquisition, and application of knowledge to patient care. The faculty will be actively engaged as a small-group co-facilitator for the pre-clinical curriculum, provide additional academic support as needed for students, and serve as role models in support of a positive learning environment, professionalism, and life-long learning. Additionally, faculty will mentor students with special interests in scholarly activity related to their discipline and area of focus. We are recruiting specialists in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Pathology

Department Chairperson, Integrated Clinical Education

The Department Chairperson, Integrated Clinical Education will report to the Dean and work closely with the leadership team to develop the strategic and tactical plans for implementation and oversight of the clinical education program.  The Chair will collaborate with faculty to develop instructional and experiential training in clinical medicine across all phases of the four-year curriculum, including early immersion in the clinical environment.  The Chair will lead departmental efforts in the assessment, study, and research of the clinical educational program for FCoM to become recognized as a national leader in inter-professional, data-driven, and community-engaged medical education.

Director of Curriculum Management

The Director of Curriculum Management provides collaborative leadership in the development, delivery, mapping, management, and monitoring of the medical education curriculum at the Thomas F. Frist, Jr. College of Medicine (FCoM) at Belmont University. The Director supervises the Curriculum Managers.

Director of Faculty Affairs and Development

The Director of Faculty Affairs and Development is responsible for envisioning, developing, and delivering a comprehensive program to support the development of faculty in the areas of teaching, learning, and scholarship at the Thomas F. Frist, Jr. College of Medicine (FCoM) at Belmont University. The Director also manages the policies, procedures, and data related to the appointment, promotion, tenure, and governance of the FCoM faculty.

Faculty and Academic Affairs Coordinator

The Faculty and Academic Affairs Coordinator provides administrative and operational support for the Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs at the Thomas F. Frist Jr. College of Medicine at Belmont University.

Instructional Designer - College of Medicine

The Instructional Designer supports the design, development, and implementation of instructional technology in the Thomas F. Frist, Jr. College of Medicine at Belmont University’s (FCoM) curriculum. Using sound instructional design practices and learning theory, this individual assists with the creation of learning experiences for multiple modalities, including face-to-face, hybrid/blended, and fully online. The Instructional Designer manages and supports existing campus technologies and investigates emerging academic medicine technologies for potential adoption within FCoM. The individual will identify and disseminate practices that lead to the effective and appropriate use of technology for learning.

Medical Education Coordinator 

Reporting to the Department of Medical Education Chair, the medical education coordinator works with course directors and administration to facilitate the medical school years 1 and 2 curriculum.

Scientist Educator

Scientist educators will be involved in the development, delivery, and assessment of a case-based, student-centered curriculum for pre-clinical medical students.  These faculty members will collaborate with an inter-professional and interdisciplinary faculty team of clinician and science educators to develop rich clinical cases that integrate the biomedical, social, and health systems sciences to foster student inquiry, acquisition, and application of knowledge to patient care. The faculty will be actively engaged as a small-group co-facilitator for the pre-clinical curriculum, provide additional academic support as needed for students, and serve as role models in support of a positive learning environment, professionalism, and life-long learning. Additionally, faculty will mentor students with special interests in scholarly activity related to their discipline and area of focus. We are recruiting specialists in Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Physiology.