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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.
Administrative Assistant West Des Moines
The Administrative Assistant performs a variety of duties to support the functions of the department including: greeting and directing office, email, and telephone traffic, scheduling of appointments, providing administrative support to the Center’s contracted medication provider, maintaining the department’s electronic medical records system (Titanium) and paper files, and assisting in the development, planning, and delivery of outreach programming (e.g., room scheduling, placing catering orders, preparing materials, periodically staffing events). As the initial point of contact for ongoing and prospective clients of the Student Counseling Center, the Administrative Assistant also engages in triage, determining the purpose and urgency of calls/visits and appropriate follow-up in a compassionate and caring manner. This position involves the management of sensitive client information and requires strong knowledge of professional ethics and state laws regarding confidentiality of protected health information. The Student Counseling Center provides clinical services in-person, via phone, and through a secure video platform. Due to the need for an in-office presence during business hours in the event of in-person client emergencies, this position is ineligible for regular telework. Occasional telework may be approved in certain circumstances (e.g., inclement weather).
Associate Dean Clinical Affairs West Des Moines
The position of Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs will oversee all aspects of student clinical activities including 3rd- and 4th-year clinical rotation management. The position requires oversight and execution of academic, administrative, financial and public relation functions of the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) Clinical Affairs department that includes recruitment of new sites, student placement at clinical rotation sites, assisting in preceptor professional development, securing/renewing affiliation agreements, and ensuring compliance with Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) standards related to student clinical rotations. This position will oversee the Clinical Affairs staff and will provide direction of continuous quality improvement plans. This position reports directly to the COM Dean and is subject to an administrative contract.
Grants Specialist and Partnership Manager West Des Moines
The position supports the Executive Director of Research in managing internal grant programs and partnerships. The incumbent manages the lifecycle of sponsored program administration, including identification of funding sources, grant, and contract proposal assistance, grant writing assistance, development and review, proposal submission, grant and contract negotiation, sub-award issuance, and post-award administration (both financial and non-financial) related to funding provided in the form of gifts, grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts from external funding sources (e.g., federal agencies, state agencies, private companies, or foundations) that provide support for research, teaching, and learning, and service mission of the University.
Dean College Osteopathic Medicine West Des Moines
The Dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) provides collaborative and consultative leadership and management in all facets of College operations. The Dean's primary responsibilities include the academic oversight of faculty, staff, and educational programming, including curriculum, planning, and management of the operating budget. The Dean develops and implements innovative strategies and policies to promote the growth of the College's prestige and recognition in medical, biomedical, research, and clinical program excellence. Reporting to the President, the Dean serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team, ensuring the development and implementation of the strategic plan for the College in alignment with the academic enterprise as outlined by the Board of Trustees and the President. The Dean represents the College and University in the public and professional community.
Faculty Basic Sciences (Anatomy) West Des Moines
Participate in college or university courses for students, seek extramurally funded independent research and participate in academic governance responsibilities as elected by the faculty or to which appointed.
Assessment Data Specialist West Des Moines
The DMU College of Osteopathic Medicine is seeking an Assessment Data Specialist to collaborate with program staff in support of data management and data quality oversight. The specialist will prepare and manage assessment datasets and related tools, analyze data and assemble report materials in support of student learning and program effectiveness.
Psychologist Des Moines
As a Clinical Psychologist at DMU’s Behavioral Health Clinic, you will provide exceptional mental health care to clients through evidence-based psychological assessment and treatment, close collaboration with care team members, and a commitment to holistic care.
Physical Therapist Des Moines
Provide direct patient care to individuals with physical impairments and/or functional limitations in outpatient clinic setting. The physical therapist provides an evaluation and screening of all systems, coordinates a physical therapy program and provides treatment intervention within the DMU Physical Therapy clinic or the DMU Physical Therapy Clinic and Sports Performance Center. Serve as a clinical instructor/preceptor for DMU clinical programs and job shadowing experiences. Provide education to patients/families, DMU and the community on the profession of physical therapy.
Faculty Microbiology and Immunology West Des Moines
Participate in college or university courses for students, conduct research or other scholarly/creative endeavors, and participate in academic governance/service responsibilities.
Simulation Technical Specialist West Des Moines
The Simulation Technical Specialist will coordinate with staff of the Simulation Center to design, prepare, train, operate, support, and assess all technical aspects of educational programs being conducted in the Simulation Center. Additionally, this position will function as the technical leader for new and current inventory of technical simulation equipment essential to the efficient operation of the Simulation Center.
Faculty Occupational Therapy West Des Moines
Collaborating with and reporting to the Director and Chair of the Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program, the Doctor of Occupational Therapy faculty members plan, coordinate, and facilitate OTD courses and laboratories. This will include cooperation and collaboration with other program faculty and staff and other University departments to create and maintain an exceptional educational program for OTD students. As a faculty member, duties of all faculty positions include teaching, research, and service.
Faculty Osteopathic Manual Medicine Des Moines
At DMU you will make a meaningful contribution to the dynamic future of Medicine and Health Sciences. Des Moines University seeks a faculty member in the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) who will participate in clinical patient care, teaching, scholarly, and service activities.
Athletic Trainer PRN West 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.

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

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