The New England College of Optometry invites applications for a full-time Clinical Track faculty position.
The College is a small, dynamic institution located in the historic Back Bay section of Boston and has a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, service and research.
The position will consist primarily of clinical responsibilities with the possibility of academic assignments. This position will provide clinical patient care and clinical teaching in Pediatric/Vision Therapy. The candidate will be responsible for the clinical training of optometry students at various levels at patient care sites affiliated with the New England College of Optometry.
At the time of the appointment, the successful candidate must hold a Doctor of Optometry degree (O.D.) and have or be eligible to obtain a Massachusetts Optometry License with TPA certification. Preference will be given to candidates with at least five (5) years of related experience, who have completed an accredited optometric residency on Pediatric Optometry or have equivalent patient care and/or teaching experience with an interest in pursuing optometric research.
The start date for the position is July 1, 2021. For inquiries, please contact Dr. Timothy Bossie (email@example.com). Applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae, a statement of career interests (teaching and research), and the names and addresses of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All NECO team members are expected to consistently demonstrate our values of integrity, compassion, respect, diversity, teamwork, excellence and innovation in their work activities and interactions.
NECO offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Please upload a resume and cover letter to be considered for this position.
NECO is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.
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About New England College of Optometry
At New England College of Optometry, we educate students for careers in eye care delivery, research, and education. We challenge students to think creatively about vision and sight and to contribute to the future of the field. In doing so, we provide quality optometric care to more than 150,000 individuals annually and serve the community through a network of health care organizations and access to vision screenings. Our comprehensive vision centers, NECO Center for Eye Care are part of the NECO Clinical Network, the patient care and clinical education affiliate of the College.