Full-time Faculty- Physician Assistant Program

Job Locations US-MT-Great Falls
TUNY - School of Health Sciences
Position Type
Schedule Shift
Hours Per Week
As needed
FLSA Status
Location : Country


Full-Time Faculty, under the supervision of the Program Director and Academic/ Clinical Coordinator, is responsible for the management and evaluation of the program’s academic and clinical components. The Faculty member will work 36+ hours per week. Eligible for 8 hours of clinical time. This includes but is not limited to the following responsibilities:


  • Accreditation:Assists the Academic/ Clinical Coordinator with the following:
    • Maintain accreditation by coordinating the efforts of the PA Program to meet and/or exceed the Standards
    • Maintain Montana Education Dept. (SED) registration of the PA Program by keeping the Program in compliance with the regulations of the Commissioner of Education.
  • Teaching: Instruct first year and second year students in the following:
    • Physical Diagnosis Lab Instructor
    • Correlative Medicine Instructor
    • Procedures Instructor
    • Lecturing in area of expertise
    • Advising first year and second year students
    • Reviewing and grading Master’s projects
  • Curriculum: Review academic/ clinical curricular content for appropriateness to PA practice
    • Monitor evaluation of learning objectives
    • Create and review academic and clinical exams
  • Committee Service: Will participate on appropriate committees (as schedule allows) as requested by the Program Director.
    • Participates in reaccreditation and program evaluation activities as deemed appropriate by the Program Director.
  • General Responsibilities
    • Participating in the admissions process including application review, interview and serving on the admissions committee.
    • Participation in the developing, reviewing and revising as necessary the mission statement, goals, and competencies of the program.
    • Participation in scholarly activities is encouraged (involvement in professional organizations, research, etc.)
    • Participating in remedial instruction
    • Participating in the preparation of accreditation documents and participating in the self-study process.
    • Serving on school-wide committee is encouraged
    • Participating in the recruitment effort


Education/ Experience

  • Master of Science required
  • NCCPA Board Certified
  • Valid license to practice as a Physician Assistant
  • Bachelor of Science from an accredited Physician Assistant Program

Knowledge/ Skills/ Abilities

  • Requires ability to manage multiple and varied tasks with frequent high levels of urgency or sensitivity
  • Must be able to work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues in a team environment.
  • Good interpersonal skills are required, both written and oral
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point, & Outlook


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