• Introduction to Clinical Medicine Faculty

    Location AN-Sint Maarten
    Job ID
    American University of the Caribbean (AUC)
    Employment Type
    Regular Full-Time
    FLSA Status
    Global - Salaried
  • Opportunity at a Glance

    The American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC), an accredited institution founded in 1978 with over 4,000 medical graduates, invites applications for Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM) faculty position in the Department of Behavioral and Clinical Sciences. The Medical Sciences campus of AUC is located on the island of St. Maarten.  AUC has an exceptional faculty composed of clinicians and basic scientists who instruct an accomplished and committed body of students.


    Our medical students are highly motivated and are mainly from the USA and Canada. The first two years of basic medical sciences are completed in St. Maarten and the second two years of clinical studies are done at associated hospitals in the USA and United Kingdom. After passing all prerequisite examinations, AUC graduates are licensed to practice medicine in all 50 states of the U.S.


    Education is the primary focus of the faculty. The academic year is divided into three semesters with a new class of students admitted each semester. Lectures and other educational responsibilities continue throughout the year. Effective teachers are sought, particularly individuals who are interested in improving medical education and who work well on a team. Research opportunities exist, primarily in the area of medical education.


    The ICM curriculum is presented as modules over five semesters. The modules include communication skills, doctor-patient relationships, physical diagnosis, ethics, pathophysiology of disease, clinical problem solving and public health. Harvey and other simulators are also included in the curriculum. Small group interactive learning is an essential component of our program and thus experience in medical education including facilitating small group learning is desirable. The successful applicant should have excellent communication skills and a strong commitment to the development of patient centered clinical skills for future physicians.


    The ICM faculty position will require working closely with other members of the Behavioral and Clinical Medicine department.

    • Preparation of course materials
    • Delivery of effective lectures
    • Preparation, administration, marking and reporting of examinations
    • Undergo training to qualify as a facilitator in the problem-based learning program
    • Supervise educational activities of students under actual or simulated situations
    •  Prepare instructional plans and career analyses to reflect current changes in the field
    • Advise individuals or groups of students in academic matters and exercise professional judgment in referring students to appropriate personnel
    • Develop new instructional materials and teaching techniques with participation in on-going reviews and revision of curriculum planning
    • Actively participate in relevant professional activities in order to improve teaching and subject matter competence
    • Serve on faculty committees as appointed or elected, and confer with advisory groups in order to modify course content
    • Prepare, administer and evaluate examinations to assess the development of student accomplishments
    • Participate in other activities as assigned



    • Applicants must have a M.D. or D.O. be licensed to practice medicine.
    • Clinical and teaching experience in the United States, Canada or the UK
    • Previous teaching experience is required
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with strong interest in working with medical students required


    All Faculty members are expected to continue their professional development and/or scholarly achievement, their public and/or professional service and actively participate in University life.


    Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. 


    We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today.

    Who We Are

    American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is an international medical school preparing physicians for careers in the United States, Canada, and worldwide.. American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine is accredited through 2021 by the Accreditation Commission on Colleges of Medicine (ACCM), which is the accreditor used by the country of St. Maarten.


    The United States Department of Education, via the National Committee on Foreign Medical Education and Accreditation (NCFMEA), reviews the standards that countries use to accredit medical schools. The NCFMEA has determined that the ACCM’s accreditation standards are comparable to those set by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), which accredits medical education programs in the United States.


    AUC offers a diversity of students, primarily US citizens and permanent residents, with the opportunity to pursue a high-quality medical education. AUC graduates are practicing medicine in some of the most prestigious hospitals in the United States, with many earning Chief Resident positions and other positions of leadership.


    AUC employs a U.S. model curriculum, with two years of medical sciences taught at the St. Maarten campus, followed by two years of clinical sciences taught at affiliated hospitals in the United States and United Kingdom. AUC is known for its student–centered environment, a faculty passionate about teaching, and a commitment to giving students who have the desire, the persistence, and the intellectual capacity an opportunity to become outstanding physicians. In 2013, AUC achieved a first-time pass rate of 97 percent on USMLE, which is on par with the rate achieved by US and Canadian schools, and above the rate achieved by osteopathic schools (94 percent) and international schools (79 percent).


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