Faculty Relations & Professional Development

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Affiliated Faculty Appointment Appli­cation

‘Affiliated’ includes clinical, adjunct, preceptor, non-tenure track and other limited appointments.

Thank you for your interest in a faculty appointment. Please select from below your primary college of interest. If you plan to apply for appointments in more than one college, with one of them being the College of Medicine, please start with the medicine application form.

Thank you for your interest in joining the College of Medicine faculty community. The application process is below.

For appointment criteria, see the bylaws for the University and the College of Medicine.

Questions? Email COMclinicalfaculty@neomed.edu.

1. Submit your application

Please submit the online application for faculty appointment. It will take about 15 minutes. You will need to upload your CV. Applications without a CV will not be reviewed.

2. Initial review of application

We will let you know by email that we have your application. If additional information is required, we will reach out.

3. In-depth review

Over the next three to six months, your application will be reviewed by the department chair, the Faculty Appointments and Promotions Committee, and the dean of the College of Medicine. The process ends with consideration by our Board of Trustees. The trustees meet four times a year—in March, June, September and December.

After board approval, you will receive a certificate of appointment and further instructions.

Residents and fellows in programs lasting more than one year are eligible for a faculty appointment at the rank of Clinical Instructor.

An application form is not required for Resident and Fellow Faculty Appointments.

For appointment criteria, see the bylaws for the University and the College of Medicine.

1. Names provided

The hospital GME office provides the names of incoming housestaff to the NEOMED Clinical Faculty Relations Manager.

2. Complete online training

The housestaff are required to complete an onboarding module titled “Let’s Get Ready to Teach.”

3. Recommendation for appointment

Upon module completion, the housestaff are recommended for a Clinical Instructor appointment to the NEOMED Board of Trustees at their December meeting.

4. Notification for appointment

Following Board of Trustees meeting, residents and fellows are mailed certificates of appointment via the hospital GME office.

Questions?

Email COMclinicalfaculty@neomed.edu.

Residents and fellows who expect to remain involved with the NEOMED community after their training are invited to apply for a standing non-tenure track faculty appointment prior to completing their training. Application and instructions for applying are located elsewhere on this page.

Thank you for your interest in joining the College of Pharmacy faculty community. The application process is below.

For appointment criteria, see the bylaws for the University and the College of Pharmacy.

Questions? Email Will Pierce at wpierce1@neomed.edu.

Submit your application

Complete the faculty application, which requires about 15 minutes.

Initial review of application

We’ll let you know by email that we have your application in hand. If additional information is required, we will let you know.

In-depth review

Over the next three to six months, various committees and leaders will review your application in depth. The process ends with approval by our Board of Trustees. The trustees meet four times a year—in March, June, September and December.

After board approval, a certificate of appointment will be mailed along with further instructions.

Thank you for your interest in joining the College of Graduate Studies faculty community. The application process is below.

For appointment criteria, see the bylaws for the University and the College of Graduate Studies.

Questions? Email Philip Jenkinson at pjenkinson@neomed.edu.

1. Submit an application

Complete our application. You will be asked to upload your CV and a cover letter. In your cover letter, describe the roles and responsibilities you anticipate as a graduate faculty member (e.g., course instructor). Please supply relevant details about your experience and background. Also, provide one reference who can speak to your qualifications.

2. Initial review of application

We’ll let you know by email that we have received your application. If more information is required, we will reach out.

3. In-depth review

Over the next three to six months, your application will be reviewed in depth, ending with consideration by our Board of Trustees. The trustees meet four times a year—in March, June, September and December.

After board approval, you will receive a packet with information about your appointment and further instructions.