Job Opportunities

Posted Oct 25, 2021

Nutrition Policy Lead position

The Metro Health Community Nutrition team is expanding! Their Nutrition Policy Lead position (Senior Management Analyst) is now open for applicants.  It will close on 11/3/2021.

The Nutrition Policy Lead will oversee strategies and activities related to researching, advocating for, & implementing nutrition policies in health prevention & food insecurity, such as healthy procurement & vending policies, removing soda as a default beverage on children’s menus, & improving access to WIC/SNAP benefits.  May exercise supervision over assigned staff.

The Nutrition Policy Lead will work under the supervision of the Community Nutrition Coordinator and provide direct supervision to a Registered Dietitian to ensure all grant deliverables are met relating to nutrition policy and food insecurity, including developing an internal nutrition policy workgroup, establishing ways to garner community feedback on policies, identifying local health and food insecurity data with the Informatics Team, working with Food Pantries to establish food service guidelines, overseeing the Healthy Procurement and Healthy Vending policies at the City, and serving as advisors to organizations on nutrition policies.  The Nutrition Policy Lead will be the liaison to the Special Projects Manager (Food Systems Coordinator) in Metro Health’s Office of Policy and Partnership.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for advancing food security and improving health outcomes for communities of color and other historically marginalized sub-populations, the ability to promote a positive work environment through collaboration and teamwork, and experience with systems-level change work.


Desiree Erin Bellicini (she/her)
Senior Management Analyst
COVID19 Community Response and Equity Coalition (CREC)
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District





Posted Sept 10, 2021

UIW Mission


Position Summary

The University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine educates aspiring physicians to be justice-minded, global citizens using a community-based, distributed model of education, which fosters inclusion, discovery, and innovation. The UIWSOM invites applications for the Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. The Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs reports to the Dean and assists in providing leadership, oversight, and management of UIWSOM within the policies and guidelines of the University of the Incarnate Word and the UIW School of Osteopathic Medicine.

This position is considered a “Responsible Employee” under Title IX federal regulations and “Mandatory Reporter” under Texas state law and The UIW Sexual Misconduct Policy. As a Mandatory Reporter, this position requires you as the employee to promptly report any incident that you witness or receive information about violating Title IX.

Essential Functions

Job Duties:
At the directive of the Dean, the Senior Associate Dean will:

Serve as a member of the Dean’s Leadership Council which serves to advise the Dean on UIWSOM operations;

Develop and lead a team of senior educators, each of whom is administratively responsible for a significant area of the educational mission, including the DO, MBS, and MPH programs; Lead the continued development, improvement, and implementation of the UIWSOM DO curriculum model which has been established, following UIWSOM curriculum guiding principles; Develop and oversee the annual budget for units under direct supervision, and assist the Dean in the development of plans for allocation and reallocation of funds, positions, and assurance of budget efficiencies within Academic Affairs; Assist the Dean in evaluating UIWSOM metrics and developing appropriate responses to issues derived from the resulting analysis;

Work closely and collaboratively with curriculum leaders, assistant and associate deans, faculty, and staff in their various leadership and managerial roles involving members of the UIWSOM learning community, by enhancing communications, providing information and guidance on policies, ensuring shared faculty governance, and advancing the UIWSOM mission; Strengthen partnerships with affiliate institutions and community physicians to benefit the educational mission; Be responsible for the maintenance and updating of undergraduate medical education (UME) policies and procedures; Supervise the Office of Medical & Interprofessional Education, Office of Clinical Affairs, Department of Clinical and Applied Science Education (CASE), and the Office of Faculty Affairs, and evaluating the leaders of those units; Collaborate with the UIW Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Institutional Effectiveness to ensure that UIWSOM exceeds all academic accreditation requirements and fulfills the strategic plan initiatives related to academic affairs; Qualify for an appointment as Associate or Full Professor to the UIWSOM Faculty, S/He may have some teaching, research, and service responsibilities in addition to the administrative role; Represent the Dean at various UIW, UIWSOM, and community events if the Dean is unable to attend; Keep the Dean informed of activities within the Academic Affairs unit effectively and in a timely manner; and Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

A strong track record as an educational scholar and superior clinician-educator, the candidate will:

• Be eligible for appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor;
• Have a demonstrated commitment to promoting social mission in medical education;
• Have significant administrative and leadership experience in medical education programming and development; involvement in unique, innovative, and alternative methods for teaching;
• Have the ability to embrace and champion adult learner-centered education within a new medical school with growing research and community outreach and among a wide range of external constituencies;
• Be a recognized presence in medical education organizations;
• Will have experience in strategic planning;
• Will have fiscal experience in terms of developing and monitoring the budget and resources for the UME division;
• Will have demonstrated cultural sensitivity, commitment to promoting diversity, and the ability to bring people together to achieve a worthwhile mission;
• Will have demonstrated commitment to community and campus alliances and interpersonal professional relationships;
• Will have skills that must include organizing and managing human resources and conflict resolution; and
• Will have the ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. The employee shall adhere to all applicable rules and regulations of the University, the Conference, and the NCAA

Required Education

Earned DO degree from a COCA-accredited osteopathic medical school

Required Work Experience

A minimum of three (3) years of decanal experience and five (5) years of academic leadership in an osteopathic or allopathic medical school.

Preferred Qualifications

• Ability to effectively communicate with physicians, scientists and academic leaders and build consensus
• Strong organization and process-management skills and work ethic
• Experienced leader with a track record of leadership in a startup environment
• The ability to cultivate a culture of formation vs. achievement.
• The ability to delegate yet maintain overall control and set high standards

Required Certifications, Licenses or Registrations

• Possess an unrestricted Texas medical license free of disciplinary actions/sanctions or ability to obtain Texas license within one year of employment..
• Board certification in specialty recognized by the AOA or ABMS

Work Hours

Hours may vary and often include attendance at events and meetings evenings and weekends. Usual office hours are from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Travel required mostly in the central and south Texas region; occasional travel to conferences in the US.

Physical Demands

Posting Number: CA049PO

Job Type:

Job Category: Administrator (exempt)

Desired Start Date: 10/01/2021

Position End Date (if temporary):

Reports To: UIWSOM Dean


Open Date: 08/27/2021

Close Date:

Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions to Applicant

To apply, visit

UIW is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in employment, without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship status, national origin, age, marital status, disability, genetic information, gender identity or expression, veteran status, pregnancy, and religion.

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Posted July 29, 2021
Emergency Medicine Physician Opportunities
Baptist Health System & Baptist Emergency Hospitals in San Antonio, TX.

Contact Dr. Tony Martinez at to apply for these positions
You got into medicine to do one thing: care for patients. You've come to the right place.
Ours is a physician-owned group, the largest in the nation, meaning we have built a model that allows our physicians to focus on our mission: to care for patients. It also means we are built to last, with the size, resources, and opportunities of a national company.
At US Acute Care Solutions you will get ownership in the group, access to the very best post-residency continuing medical education in the nation, and a culture devoted to constant improvement by practicing evidence, science-based medicine. But most importantly, you’ll get colleagues who, as leaders of their own destiny, are committed to a culture of shared ownership over our common goal: outstanding patient care.

Baptist Health System:
Baptist Medical Center ED Volume: 32,000
Mission Trail Baptist Hospital ED Volume: 42,000
North Central Baptist Hospital ED Volume: 19,000
Northeast Baptist Hospital ED Volume: 34,000
St. Luke's Baptist Hospital ED Volume 16,000

Baptist Emergency Hospitals:
Hausman ED Volume: 9,000
Kelly ED Volume: 17,000
Overlook ED Volume: 6,000
Schertz ED Volume: 12,000
Shavano Park ED Volume: 4,000
Thousand Oaks ED Volume: 7,000
Westover Hills ED Volume 13,000
Zarzamora ED Volume 24,000

  • Equity for all full-time physicians
  • Industry-leading, company funded 401k
  • Annual CME/BEA (Business Expense Account)
  • Outstanding Professional development programs
  • Student loan refinancing as low as 2.99%
  • Groundbreaking Paid Parental Leave
  • Pioneering Paid Military Leave
  • Short- and long-term disability (own occupation)
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, vision and Rx coverage
  • The best medical malpractice including tail coverage
  • Location flexibility and stability of a national group

San Antonio is a city rich in history, culture, education and recreation. Residents enjoy all the advantages of life in a large city without sacrificing a sense of community and small-town vibe. Home of the Alamo, the San Antonio Spurs, and the famous River Walk promenade lined with cafes and shops, there is always something of interest to enjoy. Residential opportunities abound with historic, downtown area bungalows, to beautiful established estate homes, suburbs with outstanding public-school systems and rural areas for those preferring wide, open space. In addition to UT at San Antonio, there are numerous colleges and universities.