Private funds, temporary, non-tenure track, annually renewable depending on performance and/or funding availability. To begin approximately March 2012 subject to position clearance and availability of funds.
Assistant Professor Duties and Responsibilities
Under general supervision, faculty at this rank tutor in units, perform tasks, develop learning resources, or serve as clinical skills preceptors
Serve as resource persons in their area of specialization and give lectures or conferences/colloquia upon request. Evidence of effective teaching is required. This includes evidence of facilitating student/resident/fellow-centered learning, demonstration of a positive attitude to student/resident/fellow growth, and preparedness and skill as preceptor of clinical skills, community medicine, or elective preceptor.
Serve as a Medical Student Advisor and or Resident or Fellow mentor.
Serve on University committees.
Clinical care of patients both in an ambulatory/outpatient and tertiary hospital setting at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children, The Queens Medical Center and other medical institutions affiliated with JABSOM.
MFM Labor and Delivery and MFM on-call coverage as assigned by the division chief.
Supervision of medical students, residents and fellows in clinical care.
Develop and conduct research scholarship in the areas affecting human health, patient care, or methods and techniques of medical education. It is expected that research will result in timely publication of results in peer-reviewed journals that include at least co-authorship of publications.
Work with affiliate organization and specialized groups.
Perform related work as assigned
Associate Professor Duties and Responsibilities
In addition to the duties and responsibilities for the Assistant Professor Rank: Take on increasing responsibility for administering programs in research, education and clinical care.
Faculty at this rank will be responsible for administering the clinical courses and pre-clinical problem based learning (PBL) curriculum for the MD program.
Develop innovative educational or clinical programs.
Demonstrate increasing skill in organizing, administering educational or training experiences for medical students, residents or fellows.
Render appropriate service to the medical school, university, professional or lay communities as appropriate.
Professor Duties and Responsibilities
In addition to the duties and responsibilities for the Associate Professor Rank: Serve in a leadership capacity within the department.
Serve as a mentor for Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellows.
Other duties as assigned.
Assistant Professor Minimum Qualifications
MD Degree or equivalent medical degree from a medical school of recognized standing.
Successful completion of an ABOG Accredited Fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
Board certification with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in OB/GYN and MFM.
Must have a current Hawaii medical license or be eligible to apply
Demonstrated ability in teaching and patient care.
Demonstrated proficiency in clinical research or epidemiology.
Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others.
Associate Professor Minimum Qualifications
In Addition to the Minimum Qualifications for Assistant Professor: Minimum of four (4) years at the rank of Assistant Professor or four (4) years of other medical experience or one (1) year in the rank of Associate Professor at another Medical School of Recognized standing.
Proven ability in teaching, research and clinical care.
Recognition for having made a significant scholarly contribution to the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialty.
Professor Minimum Qualifications
In Addition to the Minimum Qualifications for Associate Professor: Four (4) years in the rank of Associate Professor or ten (10) years of other medical experience or one (1) year in the rank of Professor at another medical school of recognized standing.
Demonstrated capacity for leadership in the clinical department and medical profession.
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