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Background required for this faculty member includes a doctoral/terminal degree with expertise in health professions education, knowledge of graduate medical education and clinical training programs, and familiarity with faculty development for healthcare professionals. The ideal candidate will have substantial experience in education within the health professions school and/or graduate medical education setting, national reputation for educational research and scholarship, and a record of accomplishment of grant funding for educational programs. The Vice Chair for Education and Faculty Development will be expected to maintain 30% of the role through clinical, teaching and/or research activities. Read the full job description.

Interested individuals should submit a statement of interest and a CV to Kaye Gardner at


The Department of Community and Family Medicine is seeking applicants for Assistant/ Associate /Full Professor positions with a primary emphasis on a broad range of research relevant to primary care, family medicine, occupational safety and health, health services, prevention and population health. Successful candidates will have a history of relevant externally funded research, research program development, and research productivity. Preference will be given to clinician-scientists/clinician-researchers and to candidates with experience and a strong interest in interdisciplinary research. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an extramurally funded, independent research program, and work closely with research and clinical faculty members. Read the full job description.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and current CV to


Duke Student Health Services
Division of Student Affairs
Department of Community and Family Medicine

Plans and manages operations, assessment, quality assurance, reporting, compliance and policy interpretation related to clinical services. Works closely with the Director to ensure quality control and delivery of clinical services to students.  Serves as a member of the Student Health leadership team and collaborates on development and implementation of strategies to achieve organizational goals and desired outcomes. Read the full job description.

Interested individuals should contact Jill Farrington at



LIVE FOR LIFE, Duke’s employee wellness program, seeks to hire a Health Education Specialist to work in our Duke Clinics location in Durham, NC.  This full-time position will develop, implement, coordinate & evaluate various health education programs & activities for an employee-based health promotion program.  Minimum 1 year experience in employee health promotion setting and BS/BA in Health Education, Health Promotion/Wellness or related health field is required.  CHES certification and Master’s Degree preferred, but not required.



Looking for a motivated person with excellent organizational and communication skills to coordinate the design, delivery, maintenance, and continuous improvement of the IT operations for the PA Program Faculty, Staff and Students. Must have extensive knowledge of administration and operations processes as well as experience managing vended hardware, software and A/V projects.  Must be able to identify potential products; conduct research; generate product requirements; determine specifications; production timetables, pricing and time-integrated plans for product introduction to include working with customers/stake holders, and administrative support staff. This position reports to directly to the IT Manager of CFM and is part of the CFM IT Support Team. 



Counselor at Duke Personal Assistance Service (PAS) is involved in a variety of Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services and is expected to skillfully address a wide range of mental health, organizational, occupational, and personal issues that interfere with health and productivity.  Counselor has independent decision-making responsibility in service of individual clients, work groups, and departments throughout Duke University and Health System.   Counselor is responsible for clinical decisions regarding accurate assessment, effective short-term counseling, and disposition for clients (Duke Faculty, staff, and eligible family members) consistent with their clinical licensure and training.   Counselor provides consultation and coaching to management to address work performance and occupational mental health issues, and provides critical incident consultation and specialized interventions to support the organization following traumatic events in the workplace. Counselor also develops and delivers customized trainings for various facets of the Duke workforce to enhance mental health and emotional well-being. 



Responsibilities include: Schedule and maintain calendar of appointments, meetings and travel itineraries for providers.   Assist other faculty and managers as needed.  Reserve conference rooms and arrange meals as needed for meetings. Independently prepare presentation materials and statistical reports. Import daily downloads of DUIDs and incorporate them into an Excel spreadsheet to create a DUID crosswalk. Incorporate nurse recruitment’s daily schedule into main worksheet nurses used to track and clear patient’s status. Serve as EOH departmental representative answering phone, email, and in person inquiries.  Assist with administrative support of FMLA management program. One full-time position.


401447568 (NP) and 401447620 (PA)
Division of Community Health

Our community-based program for adults and seniors, seeks an individual to deliver medical care as part of a multi-disciplinary team.  The person in this position will travel to private homes and low income housing complexes within the Durham community to screen, identify and treat health conditions. An ideal candidate for this position is someone with excellent oral and written communications skills, good customer service skills, and the ability to relate to people of varied socio-economic backgrounds.  Applicants should be registered as a Physician Assistant or a Nurse Practitioner in North Carolina with approval to practice from the North Carolina Medical Board. Reliable transportation is required and at least 2 years of experience in internal or geriatric medicine is preferred.


Division of Community Health

We are seeking an individual to provide nursing and administrative support for our three community-based health clinics. Clinical duties include direct nursing services for assigned patients under the supervision of a physician and/or advanced practice provider. Administrative responsibilities include answering the phones, patient check-in, colleting copays etc. The person in this role will float between locations as assigned providing nursing care on a daily basis and front office backup as needed.  The position requires graduation from an accredited Medical Assistant program with subsequent certification from a certifying agency. At least one year of experience working in a clinical office-setting with fluency in Spanish is preferred but not required. Persons interested in this position should submit resumes to or apply directly on the Duke HR website.  



Work closely with the Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Community and Family Medicine to manage the activities of research programs conducted by faculty. Under the direction of the Vice Chair, develop, manage and support a wide variety of clinical/epidemiological and population health research projects. Assist in the support and mentorship of clinical and junior research faculty, as well as trainees at different levels, including: 3rd year medical students, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.  Oversee and supervise research staff and learners. Perform and/or oversee a variety of complex duties involved in the collection, compilation, documentation and analysis of research program or portfolio data; assist with content and direction of research program or portfolio; assist with efforts to obtain and manage study or program funding. Frequently interact with other research groups or programs, serving as primary liaison and public relations lead to research program. Coordinate wider program activities with responsibility for results in terms of costs, methods, and reporting requirements.



Conducts various biometrics measurement procedures using professional clinical nursing skills for the purpose of collecting, interpreting, and recording pertinent health data. Establishes positive interaction, using refined communication skills, with all levels of employees for the purposes of laying a foundation for the educational process, maintaining employee relations, and providing health service.       Assesses educational needs and provides participants with appropriate health information using sound nursing and adult education principles so that all employees may assume responsibility for their own health. Counsels employees on an individual basis using nursing skills regarding borderline and high risk biometric measures and makes referrals to appropriate health care resources. Identifies and refers employees to both on-site and community resources, as appropriate, which can help them acquire and maintain optimal health. Maintains accurate nursing records and reports to ensure appropriate collection of data and generation of statistics. Completes set up and break down of the Health Assessment site each day. Act as Site Manager as needed to oversee Health Assessment operations at scheduled sites. Drive minivan to site locations that are off-site.  This position is 20 hours per week.