The Division of Human Genetics is seeking a full-time dynamic genetic counselor for a faculty position at the level of assistant, associate, or full professor to serve as Assistant or Associate Director in The Ohio State University Genetic Counseling Graduate Program (OSU-GCGP)
This genetic counselor will be responsible for working with the current OSU-GCGP leadership team (Director, Associate Director, and Medical Director) on curriculum design and assessment, teaching in the curriculum, and mentoring student research projects. In addition, the successful candidate will play a vital role in establishing and maintaining relationships with clinical training sites, implementing opportunities, for clinical supervisor professional development, and monitoring student acquisition of the Accreditation Council for Genetic Counseling (ACGC) Practice Based Competencies through their clinical practicum experiences. In addition to the role in the OSU-GCGP, this individual will be involved in academic, clinical, and research initiatives in the Division of Human Genetics. The clinical and research responsibilities will be dependent on the applicant's clinical specialty and/or area of interest, although preference will be given to counselors with experience in cardiovascular, general genetics, and/or cancer.
The OSU-GCGP, a program within The Ohio State University's College of Medicine, opened in 2014 and recently achieved full accreditation status for six years from the ACGC. The program has an accomplished and diverse group of alumni and the program's administration is eager to expand the leadership team to leverage our previous successes and further enhance our curriculum, clinical training, and other program initiatives. The right genetic counselor for this position will be innovative, forward-thinking, and engaging.
board certification by the ABGC or ABMG, prior teaching, clinical service, and administrative experiences
Internal Number: 438675
About The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
The Division of Human Genetics, under the direction of Ray Hershberger, MD, is presently comprised of 4 MD faculty members, 3 PhD faculty members, and 12 genetic counselor faculty members dedicated to academic clinical practice and translational research in adult genetics specialties. The Division is within the Department of Internal Medicine.