Bioethicist – (Clinical Professor, non-tenure track) – CUNY School of Medicine
The CUNY School of Medicine is seeking a bioethicist with a focus on ethics education. This is a non-tenure track position in the title of Clinical Professor.
The bioethicist will participate in education and research in biomedical ethics at the undergraduate and graduate level for the seven year BS/MD program. The appointee reports to the Chair of the Department of Medical Education. Duties include:
Teaching and Curriculum Development
Develop the biomedical ethics curriculum for undergraduate CUNY School of Medicine BS/MD and as needed, the PA students
Implement, teach, and evaluate the bioethics curriculum for the 7 year program
Participate in graduate medical education clinical teaching, hospital rounds, conferences, ethics consultations and on hospital ethics committees or in other ways with clinical affiliates as needed
Serve as a resource and faculty member for population health or research ethics, therapeutic communication
Participate in other teaching such as Problem Based Learning facilitation
Administrative and School Responsibilities
Serve on Department, School and/or University committees as needed
Serve as a member of professional societies and organizations in addressing current issues in Medical Ethics
Actively pursue independent research interests and collaborative research opportunities with emphasis on publication of books, book chapters and scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals
Collaborate with existing faculty to develop scholarship and externally supported projects in education, focusing on ethics, professional values and their development
The successful candidate will have formal training at the doctorate-level and/or substantial experience in bioethics and demonstrated skill in education and education research. Duties will include curricular design, revision, implementation and evaluation at the undergraduate and graduate level in collaboration with existing faculty.
To apply, please view the original posting at http://www.cuny.edu/employment.html and search for the Job ID (16539). Applicants should submit a CV, a statement of scholarly interests, and contact information for three (3) references.