Careers at SCU
SCU thrives on the notion that healthcare is essential to changing the world. We are deeply committed to our mission of developing students into caring, competent, and integrative practitioners who are making a world of difference as members of their communities and leaders in the future of integrative healthcare.Our impact is not just here and now, nor is it bound to classrooms and clinics throughout greater Los Angeles. It extends across the world and well into the future as today’s students and alumni are prepared to lead the healthcare system of tomorrow.
Dedication to our core values of grit, transparency, and a sense of humor; and shared respect for a diversity of ideas, beliefs, and cultures— is the cornerstone of our thriving culture at SCU.
GritWe don’t give up! Our strategic efforts coupled with personal motivation, persistence, and teamwork make us successful in the dynamic healthcare and higher education environments.
HumorWe love our sense of humor which gives us a sense of perspective. Our sense of humor helps us to manage stress and creatively problem solve.
RespectWe welcome, embrace and are strengthened by a diversity of ideas, beliefs, and cultures. We cultivate an environment that is supportive, safe, and welcoming.
A Great Place to WorkRecognized multiple times as a great college to work for, SCU is a place full of fun, passionate faculty, administration and staff. We have good eateries and shopping nearby, and great recreational opportunites and an emphasis on a healthy work-life balance.
Healthy EnvironmentOur on-campus cafe serves up delicious food. We offer fitness classes and on-site yoga weekly. There are nearby hiking trails and the beach is only 30 minutes away.
BenefitsFor full-time positions, we offer a comprehensive benefits package which includes university-funded pension (defined contribution plan with TIAA-CREF), 403(b) savings plan, medical, dental and vision benefits, life, AD&D, travel-accident coverage, long-term disability, voluntary benefit programs through AFLAC, generous time off policies, on-site gym, and health centers.
Creating and maintaining friendships is an everyday occurrence here at SCU
“What makes me excited about coming to work every day is coming into a community of people who are visionaries, people who are pioneers, and people who truly believe that they’re changing the face of healthcare.”
SCU has been recognized for multiple years as a great college to work for!
- The Chronicle of Higher Education
Work Hard. Have Fun. Make a Difference!
SCU’s mission is to train students to be competent, caring, and successful healthcare practitioners.
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Director of Clinical Education
Department: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program
Serves as Director of Clinical Education for the developing DPT program; obtains and maintains clinical contracts with various health care facilities; works with Program Director within CAPTE standards to prepare Application for Candidacy (for program Accreditation); works directly with DPT students to ensure high quality clinical experiences in a variety of settings; promotes excellence, integrity, and service in all interactions.
Lead Salesforce Administrator, Admissions and Enrollment Operations
The Lead Salesforce Administrator, Admissions and Enrollment Operations is a fully remote position, managing all technology functions for the Office of Admissions, which is responsible for increasing and strengthening institutional enrollment by fielding inquiries, supporting, and managing admissions requirements for our technology solution projects.
Hybrid Remote in Southern California* Our Admissions Advisor role is hybrid remote, where a predetermined schedule will be comprised of select days working remotely and occasional onsite days as needed. Qualified candidates must be located within a reasonable commuting distance to our Whittier, CA campus.
Medical Front Office Receptionist
Department: SCU Health
This position is responsible for providing support to the SCU healthcare systems. This position is involved in both the clinical and administrative areas including assisting providers with patient care and handling clerical, environmental, and organizational tasks. Provides information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from the clinical services. May be assigned to specific medical specialty department. Works closely clinicians in a team approach to patient care.
LACC Clinical Faculty
This is a full-time clinical faculty position for the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic Doctor of Chiropractic program. The position is primarily responsible for teaching and assessment in the clinical setting. The faculty member is responsible for applying their expertise to develop and deliver educational experiences that improve the learning outcomes of the students and ensure that high-quality care is delivered. In addition, the faculty member will actively participate in remediation of students, departmental and general faculty meetings, administrative duties associated with the oversight of clinical students during patient care, and perform additional duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean, Dean, or Chief Clinical Officer. Los Angeles College of Chiropractic is comprised of 655 students to date. A new campus is being constructed in Tustin and will open in 2025.
LACC Accreditation Coordinator
The LACC Accreditation Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in achieving and maintaining good standing with all programmatic and regional accreditors. This position is responsible for coordinating assurance of compliance with standards; filing annual reports; submitting required applications, reports, and letters; and coordinating site visits for the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic related to the Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE) and the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners (BCE). In addition, this position serves as the program representative in all accreditation efforts within SCU. This is a Part-Time position (20h/week) with possible temporary FT appointment during accreditation visits.
FSTT (Force Sensing Table Technology) Lab Coordinator and University Faculty
FSTT (Force Sensing Table Technology) Lab Coordinator and Pre-clinical faculty - (Full time) This position is primarily responsible for the Force Sensing Table Technology (FSTT) lab, including but not limited to: Provide instruction to students and faculty on the usage of Force Sensing Table Technology (FSTT); stay up to date on Force Sensing Table Technology developments and maintain a working relationship with the vendor; track student usage of FSTT tables; maintain all FSTT equipment including repair requests or requests for additional equipment; provide coaching and mentorship to students in the area of Chiropractic adjusting through the use of FSTT equipment.
Project Manager, Accreditation and Academic Administration
Department: Provost Office
This position is responsible for supporting the Assistant Provost, Academic Administration, in their role as Accreditation Liaison Officer to WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). As such, this position has a primary responsibility to support all regional accreditation/WSCUC matters for the University. This includes, but is not limited to, staying up to date on WSCUC standards, deadlines, fees, and reporting requirements; internal monitoring and reporting of compliance with standards; submitting required applications, reports, fees, and letters in timely and accurate fashion and according to directions – often prepared in collaboration with various programs and offices; and coordinating site visits.
Full-Time University Faculty
Department: Occupational Therapy
Our OTD program welcomes qualified candidates with demonstrated success in working with diverse populations to apply for one of our fulltime, 12-month, core faculty positions in the entry-level Doctorate in Occupational Therapy program in Whittier, California.
Part-Time of Full-Time University Faculty, Master of Science: Physician Assistant (MSPA) Program Instructional Faculty Member
Department: MSPA (Master’s in Science Physician’s Assistant)
This position is primarily responsible for serving the Master of Science: Physician Assistant program. The faculty member is responsible for applying their expertise to assist in the clinical skills labs for the Physician Assistant Clinical Applications (PACA) course series and anatomy lab for the Anatomy and Physiology with lab course series. In addition, Instructional Faculty may be required to assist with tutorial support, lecturing in didactic courses, remediation, proctoring Objective Standardized Clinical Examinations (OSCE), faculty forums and perform additional duties as assigned by the Program Director and Assistant Provost.