Ability to provide education of osteopathic principles to
inter-professional administration and support staff and other
professional students at the Community Health Center (CHC).
Preferred ability to preceptor for osteopathic medical
students, dental students and other professional students.
Administrative responsibilities as directed by OPP chair.
Integration of all the responsibilities and opportunities of
the OPP department with the current OPP curriculum for
Maintain ATSU-SOMA presence and relationships in professional
organizations such as Educational Council Osteopathic Principles
(ECOP), National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME),
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM),
American Osteopathic Association (AOA), American Academy of
Osteopathy (AAO), and the Osteopathic Cranial Academy.
Comply with the responsibilities stated above.
Weekly attendance at OPP skills lab weekly throughout the
academic year for the half day of instruction, unless otherwise
directed by the course director or OPP chair.
Mandatory attendance on designated practical examination
Additional academic duties of lecturing or teaching in OPP
class, ATSU-SOMA, or in the community as agreed upon with the
course director or OPP chair.
Skills and Experience:
Must excel in teaching of Osteopathic Principles and Practices
in small group and hands-on sessions, as demonstrated by one or
more of the following: previous teaching experience, attendance at
workshops specializing in OPP, and/or special proficiency
certification in respected modalities.
College plus postgraduate studies.
Type: NMS/OMM board certified DO or equivalent.
Preferred specific training and current approved certification
in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (OCF) or equivalent.
Preferred minimum of 2 years:
Clinical practice integrating OMM.
OMM teaching experience or equivalent.
Clinic practice integrating OPP.
Preferred academic experience teaching OPP or equivalent.
Hold and maintain current medical licensing in good standing in
your state of residence.
Hold and maintain appropriate board certifications in good
Must be a Board Eligible/Board Certified licensed clinician in
good professional standing with the ability to provide quality
osteopathic patient care and continuity of osteopathic patient
care, where appropriate.
Demonstration of past and current professionalism as set forth
by the State Osteopathic licensing board and ATSU standards of
Clinical practice experience; small group facilitation;
curriculum development; working as part of a team; willingness to
learn and apply new skills.
Willingness to learn and utilize distance learning
technologies; curriculum development skills; team participation;