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The Executive Assistant to the Office of Advancement provides critical executive support for the Vice President for Advancement (hereafter, “Vice President”). The position requires a high level of commitment to the University and a passion for its mission to provide quality education programs in the fields of health-care and education in concert with the Judaic commitment to social justice, intellectual pursuit, and service to humanity. The Executive Assistant also serves as the secondary scheduler for the CEO/Senior Provost when the Senior Executive Assistant is not available, providing high level coordination of the CEO/Senior’s Provost’s calendar and travel.
The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies and functions as an executive secretary to the University’s Advisory Board; organizes, coordinates, and manages executive outreach and external relations efforts; and manages the division budget and contracts/requisitions process. The ideal individual will have exceptional attention to detail and be a self-starter and self-sufficient, results-oriented, vigilant, confident, creative, and enjoy working in a fast-paced, community-minded, and collaborative culture. The Executive Assistant will have the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously while exercising good judgment in a variety of situations; have exceptional written, verbal, communication, administrative, and organizational skills; have the ability to work under pressure and time constraints with diligence and speed; and able to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion.
The Mobile Clinic Driver provides logistical support for the mobile on-site clinics by driving the vehicles/trailers to locations throughout the Las Vegas valley. This position is responsible for driving pickup trucks that tow support trailers and driving recreational type vehicles (Mini-Winnie). Driver will also be responsible for ensuring vehicles and properly serviced and safe to drive.
The Medical Assistant works cooperatively with the care team to provide quality appropriate patient care, utilizing customer service skills throughout the patient care continuum. He/she works with the front office to ensure smooth patient flow and waiting room management. Resolves moderately complex issues and defers appropriately to supervision. The Medical Assistant collects pertinent patient data and coordinates with provider and team for appropriate patient intervention.
The Billing Payment Poster is responsible for processing payments from insurance companies and patients both electronically and manually. The Billing Payment Poster will be responsible for posting payment batches including denials within established time-frame and balancing the batches against the daily deposits. The Billing Payment Poster will confirm we are reimbursed at the accurate contracted rates. The Billing Payment Poster will have an extensive knowledge of explanation of benefits, electronic remittance advice and insurance terminology.
The Front Office Assistant is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the front office, including check in, check out, scheduling and referrals. The Front Office Assistant is responsible for coordinating patient greeting and registration, as well as patient check out and payment. This individual schedules appointments and answers and directs incoming phone calls. The Front Office Assistant updates and maintains patient demographic information.
Under the general direction and supervision of the Director of Information Technology, the Audio and Visual Technician (AV Technician) is responsible for providing technical support to students, faculty, and staff in the use of teaching spaces and conference rooms on the Touro University Nevada campus. These locations include Technology Enhanced Classrooms, Technology Enhanced Lecture Halls, Labs, Conference Rooms, and other spaces equipped with audio-visual technology. The AV Technician is responsible for making sure these locations are appropriately maintained to support the needs of the Touro University Nevada campus community, including instructional activities, institutional events, student-sponsored project activities, faculty and staff development sessions, videoconference sessions, and other campus events. In addition to supporting the daily operational needs of the university’s audio-visual technologies, the AV Technician also participates in new technology deployments, including desktop and laptop refresh programs as well as software implementations. This position will work closely with other Help Desk staff as well as Application Support Specialists to ensure institutional audio-visual services are operating efficiently.
Touro University Nevada College of Medicine is recruiting a post-doctoral scholar for an NIH-funded project to study mechanisms of extracellular vesicle-mediated cell-cell communication in cancer. The TUN lab under the direction of Dr. Aurelio Lorico has discovered a novel nuclear transport pathway for extracellular vesicle cargo and developed novel inhibitors of this pathway. The long-term goal of this research is to understand fundamental molecular mechanisms of extracellular vesicle transport in the recipient cells and develop novel therapies for metastatic disease.
The lab uses a diverse toolkit to address research questions from cellular biology to proteomics to mouse models of disease and human samples. State-of-the-art approaches in the lab include extracellular vesicle flow cytometry, high-resolution microscopy and single-molecule characterization of extracellular vesicle subtypes. The lab environment is dynamic and collaborative.
The Finance and Budget Analyst position is responsible for the financial planning and analysis of University business and budget. This position is responsible for analyzing financial statements and predicting future performance of the University. This may include forecasting future revenues and expenditures, as well as assisting in the budget process. This position is responsible for assisting in the creation of and in keeping track of the University financial plan. Analyzing the University’s performance, alongside changes and market trends, to create forecasts and calculate variances between those forecasts and actuals. This position will track down and explain the causes of these variances.
The Executive Assistant to the Department of Information Technology provides executive support for the Chief Information Officer, the Information Technology Director, and Departmental Staff. In addition to managing the day-to-day administrative support needs of the Department, this position will have responsibility for all departmental procurement activities, budget tracking and reporting, and oversight of vendor contracts. The Executive Assistant will serve as the primary point of contact for internal campus stakeholders; organize and coordinate executive outreach and external relationship efforts with information technology vendors; must be creative and enjoy working in a service-oriented and results-driven environment. The Executive Assistant also serves as the liaison and coordinator of activities involving representatives from the Instructional and Information Technology Division at Touro College. The ideal candidate will have the ability to exercise great judgment; possess strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills; be approachable, accommodating, and attentive to the needs of the staff in the Department of Information Technology. This position will have the ability to work under pressure and handle a wide variety of activities and sensitive matters with discretion and efficiency.
The Clinical Clerkship Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and administration of clinical clerkships, for third and fourth year medical students, under the direction of the Administrative Director of Clinical Education, including a wide range of related administrative duties.
The Logistics Coordinator is responsible for performing various mail related operations to include incoming and outgoing mail duties. The coordinator is responsible for processing and distributing incoming mail and collecting and processing outgoing mail. The coordinator is responsible for assisting in receiving and asset management operations.
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing in-person administrative and clerical activities of the Associate Dean of Students/Registrar and Director of Student Involvement. The Administrative Assistant is also responsible for providing administrative assistance within the Division of Student Affairs and the student affairs front desk. The Administrative Assistant works closely with other areas of the University to ensure seamless and inclusive service to all that visit or seek the services of the Office of the Registrar and the Office of Student Involvement. The successful candidate must also demonstrate the University’s core values of social justice, intellectual pursuit, and service to humanity through their work.
The Dean of the College of Health and Human Services serves as the administrative leader of the College. He/she is responsible for the successful planning, implementation, and evaluation of policies and programs, which promotes the educational, research and service missions of the University. The Dean will supervise accreditation efforts for each school, work to foster scholarship efforts by the faculty in the College, and provide guidance to each program’s curricular and assessment activities. He/she is responsible for the preparation of the budgetary proposals, to assure adequate resources for fulfilling the mission of the College, according to the principles of sound academic and administrative management. The Dean of CHHS will work collaboratively with the Dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dean for the Division of Student Affairs, Vice Provost, the Chief Operating Officer, and other key University administrators. He/she will work to build innovative partnership opportunities across and among various entities and educational institutions to further the goals of the University.
The Dean will maintain Touro University Nevada’s commitment to excellence; support the mission, goals, programs, and community service activities of Touro University Nevada including its Judaic heritage. He/she will demonstrate a commitment to intellectual pursuit, service to humanity, and social justice.
Under the general direction of the Library Director, the Systematic Review Services Librarian is responsible for providing systematic review services for the College of Health and Human Services (Nursing, OT, PT, PA, Education) and the College of Medicine (DO, MHS). This faculty position will help researchers and students navigate systematic reviews from protocol to publication and conduct systematic review searches.
Working with a small team of librarians at Touro University Nevada, the Systematic Review Services Librarian supports research initiatives, promotes evidence-based practice in health sciences research, and collaborates with faculty, preceptors, residents, and students to support activities leading to the creation of high-quality evidence syntheses and published research.
Under the general direction of the Library Director, the Electronic Resources and Systems Librarian manages the Touro University Nevada Jay Sexter Library’s Integrated Library System (ILS) and maintains additional tools and platforms for user discovery and delivery of Library electronic resources.
The Electronic Resources and Systems Librarian maintains the Library’s discovery tools including authentication software (OpenAthens), the discovery layer, and link-out applications, as well as maintaining e-resource access and management services. The Electronic Resources and Systems Librarian activates, troubleshoots, and maintains access to the library’s electronic resources including databases, aggregate electronic resources, and the Library’s website.
The Electronic Services and Systems Librarian also provides library instruction and support to students, faculty, and staff in the College of Health and Human Services (Nursing, OT, PT, PA, Education) and the College of Osteopathic Medicine (Osteopathic Medicine, MHS).
Primary Responsibilities include teaching and participation in all aspects of curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation. The faculty will teach and mentor students throughout the didactic and clinical curriculum. Responsibilities also include scholarly activity, advising students, serving on school, university, state, regional, and national committees. Other duties as assigned.
This full-time faculty position is a 12 month appointment with primary responsibilities for teaching and research in the School of Occupational Therapy within Touro University Nevada’s College of Health and Human Services. This position fulfills duties to further the mission of the department, college and University by participating in student education, scholarly activities, and University service. Faculty members are encouraged to conduct original research/scholarly activities and pursue extramural funding in their areas of interest. Faculty will have opportunities to conduct original research/scholarly activities and contribute to institutional service activities.
This Mobile Clinic Care Coordinator plays a critical role in the TUN integrated care model by relaying the pertinent information about patient needs and advocating for the best possible care available, and ensuring patients have the right information and services to meet their needs.
In an effort to bridge the gap in pre-natal health services in Nevada, Touro University Nevada’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUNCOM) is seeking a full-time board-certified family physician or gynecologist to join a novel mobile clinic initiative. The candidate will be part of a team working toward reducing the incidence of infant-child mortality in the state. Candidate reports to the Dean of TUNCOM and leads the mobile clinic deployments and its team of caregivers.
The mobile clinic is equipped with a wireless, state-of-the-art, point of care, portable ultrasound units. This position will be in keeping with TUNCOM’s distinctive osteopathic approach to medicine, concentrating on holistic and patient-centered care. Candidate must have prior experience delivering pre-natal health services to at-risk populations. All mobile clinical services will be provided in a remote outpatient setting. No research, classroom teaching, obstetrics, or surgical duties required.
Touro University Nevada (TUN) seeks a personable, adaptable, and goal-driven professional for the Learning Specialist position within the Office of Academic Services and Institutional Support (OASIS). This is a full-time, permanent position reporting to the Director of OASIS. In addition to OASIS specific responsibilities, the Learning Specialist will work collaboratively with the other departments housed in the Division of Student Affairs, as well as with university faculty and the academic programs. The Learning Specialist provides services directly to students that maximize the success, retention, and graduation of COM and CHHS students. The successful candidate must also demonstrate dedication to the University’s core values of social justice, intellectual pursuit, and service to humanity through their work.
The Data Scientist will support data-related activities in institutional effectiveness (e.g., institutional research, assessment, planning and accreditation) and in research (e.g., biomedical, health-related and educational research projects).
The Speech-Language Pathologist participates as an integral member of the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities team in terms of evaluation, treatment planning, and service implementation. The Speech-Language Pathologist is responsible for conducting initial speech therapy evaluations, providing direct one-on-one and small group therapy, and contributing to multidisciplinary diagnostic evaluations and multidisciplinary meetings.
This is a grant-funded position.
The Professorial faculty shall consist of individuals who have been appointed to the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor.
This position is responsible for teaching in Touro University Nevada as required. This position fulfills duties to further the mission of the department, college and University by participating in student education, scholarly activities, and University service.
Faculty members are encouraged to conduct original research/scholarly activities and pursue extramural funding in their areas of interest. This position is a 12 month appointment with primary teaching and clinical responsibilities with opportunities to conduct original research/scholarly activities and contribute to institutional service activities.