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Patient Services Representative (.7) Des Moines
Position is to provide support to the Foot & Ankle clinic by scheduling appointments, registering patients, gathering necessary insurance information, screening phone calls and taking messages.
Library Services Technical Associate (.8 FTE, 32 hours per week) Des Moines
The Library Services Technical Associate, under the guidance of the Lead Librarian, will support appropriate services within the Center for Educational Enhancement (CEE), including digital initiatives, resources, and technologies, processing and integration of digital content and learning resources within respective Center and University technology platforms. Functions include coordinating digital content and access to resources within the institutional repository and course reserves systems. This position will also assist CEE and its library services team with training student workers to support initiatives and stakeholders’ needs. A key focus of the position is troubleshooting day to day technology issues, working within CEE and its library services vendors, DMU’s ITS department, and other campus stakeholders to resolve technology issues as they occur. The individual in this position will join a team dedicated to advancing quality, technology-enhanced teaching, learning, research, and scholarship.
Research Assistant Des Moines
Assist in the design, preparation, and execution of laboratory experiments under the direction of one or more Principal Investigators; maintain laboratory instruments; assist in laboratory procedures and student teaching/training; and maintain the general orderliness of the laboratory. Maintain laboratory notebook (electronic and/or hard-copy) consistent with current procedures. Aid in obtaining required literature through searches and reviews.
Recruitment and Engagement Specialist Des Moines
The Recruitment and Engagement Specialist will impact the future of medicine and healthcare delivery by cultivating a culture of innovation and excellence through non-exempt recruitment and employee engagement programs across the talent management lifecycle. The Recruitment and Engagement Specialist delivers an exceptional candidate experience and fine-tunes the employee onboarding and employee engagement programs. Reporting directly to the Chief Human Resources Officer, this role serves on various staff/faculty committees and collaborates cross-functionally on special projects.
University Advancement Project Coordinator Des Moines
Provide project management and support for the VP for University Advancement and team members of Development & Alumni Relations and Marketing & Communications. This position is expected to take initiative in creating workflows and efficient timelines for University Advancement Teams.
Human Simulation Program Manager Des Moines
The Human Simulation Program Manager will provide daily management and oversight of the Human Simulation Program. This position will use an evidence-based approach to drive quality in human simulation programming. The Human Simulation Program Manager will collaborate with program faculty and Standardized Patient Educators to develop and implement human simulation events, especially complex and detailed projects such as human simulation online and Interprofessional Education (IPE) events.
Assistant Professor OBGYN (.5) - Teaching Des Moines
Reporting to the Chair of Specialty Medicine, this physician is responsible, along with the Ob/Gyn faculty for provision of educational lectures, for oversight of the obstetrics and gynecology curriculum, clerkship rotations and post-rotational exams in this specialty.
Grants Specialist Des Moines
Under the general direction of the Senior Director of Research Administration (SDRA), this position is responsible for the full lifecycle of grant administration including identification of funding sources, proposal development and review, pre-award grant and contract proposal assistance, budget development, proposal submission, grant and contract award negotiation, sub-award issuance, and post-award administration (effort reporting, budget monitoring, COI, etc.) related to funding provided in the form of grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts from external funding sources (e.g., federal agencies, state agencies, private companies, or foundations etc.) in support of research, teaching and learning, and service mission of the university. Review proposals and awards and other sponsor documentation for compliance with applicable sponsor-specific guidelines, federal regulations and University policies. Prepare negotiated documents for award processing and acceptance by institution officials. Position supports the SDRA in the management of internal grant programs. The responsibilities of the Grants Specialist may change based on business needs, revisions to the research vision and research direction of the University.
Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program Specialist (nursing, RN, paramedic, CPR) Des Moines
The Basic/Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program Specialist/BLS Instructor will provide technical and administrative support for all American Heart Association Programs and serve as a simulation educator supporting manikin and human based simulation. The Basic/Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program Specialist will work with the Simulation Lab Manager to ensure American Heart Association Programs, including Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support courses, are managed and facilitated to serve all students, faculty and staff as needed at DMU. Additionally, the Basic/Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program Specialist will collaborate with simulation staff and faculty to create and facilitate rigorous, relevant, realistic and educationally sound simulation encounters. This includes high-fidelity, medium-fidelity, task training, and SP encounters dependent on program learning objectives. Additionally, the Basic/Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program Specialist will provide pre-briefing and debriefings for simulation sessions when appropriate.
Senior Solutions Engineer Des Moines
The Senior Solutions Engineer is a major contributor to the specification, design and implementation of software systems at Des Moines University. The Sr. Solutions Engineer is responsible for supporting the Ellucian Colleague ERP system and related applications.
Financial Literacy Administrator Des Moines
The Financial Literacy Administrator will develop, expand, deliver, and maintain the University’s overall financial literacy program to assist students in making informed financial decisions and decreasing overall student debt.
Occupational Therapy Capstone Coordinator Des Moines
Collaborating with and reporting to the Director and Chair of the Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program, the Capstone Coordinator will create and maintain an exceptional doctoral capstone curriculum for occupational therapy students. Primary responsibilities will be to plan, coordinate, facilitate, administer, and monitor the capstone courses and activities. As a faculty member, duties of all faculty positions include teaching, service, and scholarly activities.
Assessment Specialist Des Moines
The position provides expertise in evaluating and interpreting assessment data in collaboration with program managers and faculty within the DMU College of Osteopathic Medicine. The Assessment Specialist works closely with program leadership and faculty to design and implement effective assessment tools and instruments to support student learning and programmatic improvement. Responsibilities also include researching emergent assessment methods and working with faculty to integrate these methods into the curriculum. The Assessment Specialist supports faculty in acquiring resources that will inform and develop their skills in using evidence-based assessment methods. This position reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Assessment, Quality and Development.
Accommodations and Educational Support Specialist Des Moines
The Accommodations and Educational Support Specialist empowers both students and faculty to reach their potential by offering support for academic success and opportunities for increased skills in teaching and learning. S/he develops and directs a comprehensive program of preventive, remedial, and developmental services to enhance the academic success and promote the professional growth of Des Moines University students, both on and off campus, and evaluates the effectiveness of such efforts. This position offers expertise, consultation and direct support for instructional design, faculty development, student support, educational innovation, educational research, assessment and evaluation principles, and also provides support, guidance and education to members of the university community on educational technology and best practices related to instruction and implementation in DMU programs, with a focus on accommodations of differently abled students. The position offers individualized, small-group and large-group initiatives, sessions and experiences for students, faculty and staff, to foster academic excellence, outstanding student service, educational innovation and continued quality improvement of academic services.
Instructor Public Health SC Des Moines
Des Moines University seeks a faculty member to teach courses and / or advise students in the MPH and/or MHA program curricula. Qualifications: Faculty should hold the appropriate graduate degree, (e.g., MPH, MHA, MSHA, MPA, PhD, EdD, etc.) in public health or health administration or closely related discipline relevant to the department's academic curricula. Must be familiar with innovative teaching methodologies and effective student evaluation methods. Must be a member in good standing in appropriate professional organizations.
Faculty Osteopathic Manual Medicine Des Moines
Des Moines University seeks a faculty member in the Department of Osteopathic Clinical Medicine (OCM), Section of Osteopathic Manual Medicine (OMM) who will participate in clinical patient care, academic, scholarly, and service activities.
Athletic Trainer PRN Des Moines
Athletic Trainers are healthcare providers who specialize in providing primary care, injury and illness prevention, wellness promotion and education, emergent care, examination and clinical diagnosis, and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

Des Moines University is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, ethnicity, creed, religion, age, disability, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veteran status, genetic information and other characteristics protected by law (“protected class”). The EEO is the Law poster is available here. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Jeanne Clery Act - In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Des Moines University is required to disclose crime statistics for the past three years to prospective employees. This information is summarized in the Campus Crime Safety Report. For a copy of the report, click here, or if you have any questions please contact the building services manager at 515-271-1471.

Nonexempt employees applying for permanent positions please review the Union Contract, Article XVIII (18) Seniority, Section 5: Work Force Change

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