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Instructor posting: Department of Medical Neuroscience

Posted by Department of Medical Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine on February 24, 2015 in Job Postings

The Department of Medical Neuroscience in the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University invites applications to fill a one-year full time Instructor position. The successful candidate will deliver anatomy components of the medical curriculum, including gross anatomy, histology and neuroanatomy, for Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick (DMNB) at the New Brunswick Campus, Saint John site. Teaching activities will include the maintenance and continued development of anatomy programs for medical students. The successful candidate can expect a teaching load on the order of 100 contact hours (lectures and laboratories) per academic year. Extensive experience with the proper care, handling, tracking and use of human cadaveric material is essential. Scholarly activity will be encouraged and supported institutionally when focused on innovation and improvement of anatomy teaching or related domains and when time permits.

The successful candidate will be expected to have managerial experience with respect to overseeing policies and procedures necessary for the operation of the anatomy teaching laboratory, located within the Saint John Regional Hospital, and supervision of laboratory staff.

Applicants must hold an MSc or equivalent, and have experience teaching and managing an anatomy laboratory. Ideally, the successful candidate will have had experience delivering and managing anatomy education at a distributed site. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Interested applicants will submit their Curriculum vitae, teaching dossier, and arrange for three letters of reference, to:

DMNB Anatomist Search Committee
Department of Medical Neuroscience
Faculty of Medicine
Dalhousie University
5850 College Street
PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with interviews commencing in March, 2015.