Clinical Instructor - Department of Medicine, New York College of Podiatric Medicine
The New York College of Podiatric Medicine is seeking a dynamic and experienced Clinical Instructor to join the Department of Medicine. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional communication skills, be comfortable speaking in front of large audiences, and exhibit qualities of engagement, approachability, patience, and kindness. The Clinical Instructor will play a vital role in educating and mentoring students as well as residents in the field of podiatric medicine and surgery.
- Conduct engaging lectures and workshops on various topics within the field of podiatric medicine.
- Instruct physical diagnosis workshops to enhance students' practical skills.
- Lead hospitalist workshops to prepare students for inpatient care.
- Serve as a hospitalist for inpatients once credentialed to an affiliated hospital.
- Oversee ED consultations to provide guidance and expertise.
- Operate comfortably and either hold a standard ankle privilege or be eligible to obtain one to treat leg and foot wounds in the wound clinic.
- Be knowledgeable in advanced wound care.
- Collaborate with affiliated hospitals to ensure seamless patient care and integration of clinical education.
- Participate in on-call responsibilities for four weeks out of the year.
- Provide mentorship and guidance to students and residents in both academic and clinical settings.
- Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree.
- Must have completed an approved Podiatric residency program
- Must have an active New York State License
- Must have an active New York State DEA
- Board certified/Board eligible by ABPM or ABFAS
- Strong clinical background with experience in hospitalist roles.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Comfortable speaking in front of large audiences.
- Engaging and approachable teaching style.
- Ability to instruct workshops and lead hands-on activities.
- Eligibility for or possession of a standard ankle privilege.
- Commitment to patient-centered care and education.
- Patience, kindness, and a passion for teaching.
The salary for this position is $140,000, and the New York College of Podiatric Medicine is a not-for-profit institution. Additionally, successful applicants may be eligible for loan forgiveness.
How to Apply: Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Mr. Joel Sturm, Chief Operating Officer at JSTURM@NYCPM.EDU to express your interest. Please include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for professional references.