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UNIV- Clinical Instructor (NURSU 454)- College of Nursing Charleston, SC-Downtown
The College of Nursing is seeking to hire a temporary, part time Clinical Instructor to teach the Medical Surgical 1 (NURSU 454) course in our undergraduate program for the Spring 2021 semester. Clinical education occurs in the hospital, clinic, various outpatient settings, simulation laboratory, and virtually. In addition to clinical teaching, candidate may also have online teaching responsibilities.
UNIV- Clinical Instructor (NURSU 454)- College of Nursing Charleston, SC-Downtown
The College of Nursing is seeking to hire a temporary, part time Clinical Instructor to teach the Medical Surgical 1 (NURSU 454) course in our undergraduate program for the Spring 2021 semester. Clinical education occurs in the hospital, clinic, various outpatient settings, simulation laboratory, and virtually. In addition to clinical teaching, candidate may also have online teaching responsibilities.
UNIV- Clinical Instructor (NURSU 454)- College of Nursing Charleston, SC-Downtown
The College of Nursing is seeking to hire a temporary, part time Clinical Instructor to teach the Medical Surgical 1 (NURSU 454) course in our undergraduate program for the Spring 2021 semester. Clinical education occurs in the hospital, clinic, various outpatient settings, simulation laboratory, and virtually. In addition to clinical teaching, candidate may also have online teaching responsibilities.
UNIV - Law Enforcement Officer II - Department of Public Safety Charleston, SC-Downtown
Under general supervision is responsible to the Shift Lieutenant of the uniform force and in his absence the Shift Sergeant for the protection of life and property at the Medical University of South Carolina. Enforces the laws of the State, County, and rules and regulations of the Medical University of South Carolina.
UNIV - Assistant Professor, Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) - Department Of Pediatrics Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Division of Cardiology in the Department of Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston is seeking a full-time Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) Provider. Given the nature of our care model, the ideal candidate will be board certified/eligible in internal medicine, pediatrics, pediatric cardiology and adult congenital heart disease. The candidate’s primary clinical responsibility will be inpatient and outpatient management of adults with congenital heart disease in our Adult Congenital Heart Association ACHD Accredited Comprehensive Care Center. Other clinical and academic opportunities are available and can be tailored to individual interests. The Medical University of South Carolina is consistently ranked among the top Children’s Hospitals nationally by U.S. News & World Report, and our Heart Center is currently ranked 10th nationally. Our cardiac program has a long history of stability and is the only congenital surgical and interventional center in South Carolina. We provide comprehensive care for complex medical and surgical patients from newborn to adults in our 29-bed dedicated cardiac unit. Approximately 400 cardiac operations per year are performed at our center. We are one of 6 programs in the country with a 3-star ranking reported by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, the highest category for quality and outcomes. The position includes a continuing academic appointment in the Department of Pediatrics at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank on the tenure track.
UNIV - Radiation Safety Officer - University Risk Management Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) is responsible for establishing and executing management, technical, and operational functions of the Medical University of South Carolina’s (MUSC) Radiation Safety Program to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and MUSC Enterprise-wide regulations, policies, procedures and professional standards of practice. The RSO assures effective utilization of resources and provides leadership direction in the day-to-day operations and personnel management of the Radiation Safety Program, and is able to manage, identify, and resolve unique situations and issues with wide implications for MUSC and MUSC Health by applying technical medical health physics knowledge and experience in the field. The RSO provides Radiation Safety oversight and ensures compliance with rules and regulations governing the handling and use of radioactive materials, radiation producing equipment, and laser producing equipment; decisions made by the RSO directly impact MUSC and MUSC Health’s Radioactive Material License. The RSO performs as service area expert for MUSC Health regional hospitals and affiliates. Recommends, designs, implements and evaluates radiation and laser research protocols, training and monitoring programs, inspection standards, safe work methods, decontamination procedures, and radiological emergency procedures. The RSO communicates effectively and works to motivate key individuals, including physicians, principal investigators, clinical support personnel, researchers, students, etc. to practice appropriate radiation safety in the performance of their work. Additionally, MUSC’s RSO maintains open lines of communication with regulatory officials and serves as area expert before, during, and after regulatory surveys or inspections.
UNIV - Accountant/Fiscal Analyst II - Psychiatry: Administration Charleston, SC-Downtown
In conjunction with and in the absence of the Division/Program Administrator, Departmental Finance Administrator and Vice Chair for Finance and Administration, coordinates the business management functions of grants and contracts and unrestricted funds for multiple divisions/programs in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
UNIV - Licensed Practical Nurse II - Department of Medicine: Infectious Diseases Charleston, SC-Downtown
The nurse coordinator will participate as an expert practitioner in a variety of indirect patient care activities that will enhance the efficiency and overall quality of clinical care of the Infectious Disease Divisio.
UNIV - SIS Unit Program Coordinator II- Hollings Cancer Center Charleston, SC
Under the guidance of the CCSG Program Manager, this individual will work closely to oversee the study and site management of Investigator Initiated Trials (IITs) being conducted at Hollings Cancer Center. HCC IITs may be single center or multicenter. The purpose of this role is to ensure that HCC IITs are prepared and implemented according to Good Clinical Practice guidelines and federal, state, and local requirements at all participating locations. This individual will conduct administrative duties associated with the sponsor responsibilities of HCC IITs, including but not limited to: scientific review, consent and patient material development; FDA IND/IDE and other submission to federal regulators; IRB applications and amendments; monitoring and quality assurance activities; data safety monitoring plan development; clinicaltrials.gov and CTRP reporting. This individual will work closely with departments across campus who are involved with developing or conducting HCC IITs and other NCI designated cancer centers in the US.
UNIV - CMA -Medical Assistant/Technical Medical Associate I - Student Health Services Charleston, SC-Downtown
Will act as Medical Assistant in Student Health Services as well as will provide administrative support to Student Health Services medical staff.
UNIV - Post Doctoral Scholar - Microbiology and Immunology Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is recruiting for a Post Doctoral Scholar. The Paczesny laboratory is seeking highly motivated candidates for a post-doctoral fellowship studying tumor immunology including hematopoietic cell transplantation to treat myeloid malignancies. The major interests of the lab are discovering and validating new biomarkers and immune cells subsets in tumor immunology, generating new cell-based immunotherapies such as T9IL33 recently published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine and highlighted in the New England Journal of Medicine, as well as developing new small molecules based on discovery of novel targets.
UNIV - Database Administrator I - BMIC Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Database Administrator I in BMIC. Participates in the support of database products and applications. This position is a junior to mid-level position as part of a team responsible for developing and managing the extraction, transformation and loading of data to and from electronic medical records, data repositories and other complex healthcare IT systems and solutions for research. The individual will have a basic understanding of data warehousing and/or database concepts. The position will take direction from more senior members of the team, and will help them manage incoming data requests and inquiries. This position includes the ability to grow and learn advanced database concepts. The individual must handle confidential and sensitive healthcare data. HIPAA security and privacy regulations must be applied to existing and developed systems and processes.
UNIV - Clinical Instructor - Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery - Adult Audiologist Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery is currently recruiting for an Adult Audiologist in the Division of Audiology. This is a fulltime position, requiring a minimum of 40 hours of work per week. Audiologist is responsible for providing outpatient and inpatient diagnostic Audiology services to patients requiring testing during appointments with ENT physicians and those on a private schedule. The Audiologist will be involved in diagnostic vestibular assessments including VNG, Rotary Chair, Posturography, VEMP and vHIT. The Audiologist will also participate in evaluation and dispensing of amplification, assistive devices and osseointegrated devices. Additionally, the Audiologist will participate in ongoing clinical research coordinated through the Department of Otolaryngology. Continuing education or additional training will be provided, as needed.
UNIV - Research Associate - College of Health Professions Charleston, SC-Downtown
To design and conduct statistical analyses on archival and registry data for health services research projects in the Comparative Effectiveness Data Analytics Resource (CEDAR) core under the supervision of faculty in the Department of Healthcare Leadership & Management. The Research Associate (RA) will be supervised by the Director of the CEDAR Core or other senior faculty identified as appropriate for specific studies. The RA will be responsible for performing data cleaning and validation, statistical analysis and interpretation, and drafting methods, results and discussion sections of scientific reports for publication.
UNIV- DHA Temp Faculty Charleston, SC-Downtown
Part-time, temporary faculty to provide instruction in the Doctorate of Healthcare Administration Division, College of Health Professions, with primary responsibilities in the instruction of a DHA elective for spring semester. The 3-credit hour course will focus on diversity/inclusion, emotional intelligence, and strategic planning to foster diversity in healthcare. We are looking for an individual who has business experience and expertise in this subject area. Doctorate preferred. The course will be in an online format, with the option to include a 4-5 hour workshop in Charleston in January 2021.
UNIV - Post Doctoral Scholar - Biochemistry Charleston, SC-Downtown
Dr. Delaney, PhD, has an opening in his laboratory for a self-motivated and independent Postdoctoral Scholar. Delaney Lab projects are centered on investigating how chromosomal copy number changes alter cell biology, particularly in the context of cancer using mice and cancer cell lines as model systems. We have developed bioinformatic algorithms to evaluate copy number alterations at an integrative and systems level, and use the informatics to prioritize which genes to study in a biological context. Our strongest success has been in evaluating the suppression of autophagy. We explore the molecular biology of interactions of autophagy and genomic instability, as well as how to therapeutically take advantage of altered autophagy. The scientific culture in the lab is to initially design projects from unbiased genome-wide assays (bioinformatic or –seq technologies) and work out full stories from the outcome.
UNIV - Instructional Designer and Training Specialist - Student Services Charleston, SC
Curriculum Designer and Training Specialist for a new Learning Management System (LMS)
UNIV - DLAR Facilities Manager - DLAR Charleston, SC-Downtown
Function as part of the Executive Management Team for the Division of Laboratory Animal Resources and Facilities Manager for the Husbandry Staff.
UNIV - Research Specialist I - Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Charleston, SC-Downtown
We invite a motivated research specialist to work full-time on understanding the functions of protein post-translational modifications in human cancers. The candidate will conduct basic research in a laboratory with focus on the regulatory mechanisms and physiological functions of E3 ubiquitin ligases and mTOR/Akt kinase cascade in cancer progression. Specific research tasks will include, but may not be limited to Cell culture, PCR, DNA and RNA purification, protein purification, western blot et al. Applicants who have previous experience in molecular biology and cell biology are encouraged to apply.
UNIV - Open Rank - Department of Medicine: Rheumatology & Immunology Division Charleston, SC-Downtown
M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. to provide clinical services within adult Rheumatology. Incumbent will provide inpatient and outpatient services as well as participating in bedside and didactic teaching activities. Interest in clinical and/or basic science research a positive attribute. Strong interest in or certification in musculoskeletal ultrasound encouraged.

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