Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities with Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) can be found on Liberty University’s Human Resources site.

LUCOM Academic Faculty Openings:


  1. Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
  2. Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education

Biomedical Sciences

  1. Professor of Pathology
  2. Associate Professor of Anatomy
  3. Assistant Professor of Anatomy
  4. Anatomy Lab Assistant
  5. Assistant Professor of Immunology/Micro
  6. Assistant Professor of Epidemiology/Stat
  7. Associate Professor of Histology
  8. Assistant Professor of Microbiology Biochemistry
  9. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
  10. Associate Professor of Pathology
  11. Associate Professor of Pathology (Boarded)
  12. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology

Clinical - Academic 60%/Clinical 30%

  1. Chair, Primary Care (AOA Board Certified in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, or Women’s Health)
  2. Chair, Specialty Medicine (ABMS or AOA Board Certified in Medical or Surgical Specialty)
  3. Chair, OB/Women's Health
  4. Chair, Radiology
  5. Professor of Ethics and Law
  6. Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
  7. Associate Professor of Family Medicine
  8. Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
  9. Chair, Community & Rural Medicine
  10. Chair, Geriatrics?OB/Women's Health
  11. Assistant Professor of OMM
  12. Assistant Professor of Pediatric
  13. Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
  14. Associate Professor of Psychiatrist

Clinic Physician/Faculty Positions Open Clinical - 80%/Academic 20%

  1. Medical Director - M.D./D.O.
  2. Student Health Physician - M.D./D.O.
  3. Family Medicine
  4. Internal Medicine
  5. Sports Medicine
  6. Pediatrics
  7. Women's Health/OB
  8. Women's Health/OB

The successful candidate(s) must have a M.D. or D.O. Degree, current board certification and be in good standing with the state and federal regulatory and licensing agencies. All clinical faculty members are expected to contribute significantly to the collaborative development of interdisciplinary, integrative and competency-based medical curricula, to the medical service, medical outreach and leadership commitments of the college. Liberty University is an EOE.

Interested candidates may inquire about the position via email, phone (434) 592-6400, or through Liberty’s Human Resources website.

Letters of interest and CV's should be sent to Dr. Eric Gish, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, via email with CLINICAL in the subject line.

Equal Opportunity Employment

The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe it is our moral and legal obligation to meet the responsibility of ensuring that all management practices regarding employees are conducted in a nondiscriminatory manner.

In compliance with Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and other applicable federal and state statutes, all recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting for all job classifications will be administered without regard to race, color, ancestry, age, sex, national origin, pregnancy or childbirth, disability, military veteran status or other applicable status protected by law, including state of employment protected classes. It is, therefore, our policy and intention to evaluate all employees and prospective employees strictly according to the requirements of the job.

All personnel related activities such as compensation, benefits, transfers, job classification, assignments, working conditions, educational assistance, terminations, layoffs, and return from layoffs, and all other terms, conditions and privileges of employment will be administered without regard to race, color, ancestry, age, sex, national origin, pregnancy or childbirth, disability, military veteran status or other applicable status protected by law, including all applicable state of employment protected classes.

The University is a Christian religious-affiliated organization; and as such, is not subject to religious discrimination requirements. The University’s hiring practices and EEO discrimination practices are in full compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law creates an exception to the “religion” component of the employment discrimination laws for religious organizations (including educational institutions), and permits them to give employment practice preference to members of their own religious beliefs.