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Civil Service positions support the academic, healthcare, research and administrative activities at SIU-SM. They include jobs in the areas of building and maintenance, clerical, financial, information technology, managerial, medical support, nursing, professional, safety and other services. Employment in these positions is governed by the State Universities Civil Service System. Eligibility to interview is based upon the results of a Civil Service examination.
Faculty positions include both tenure-track and non-tenure track appointments that exist for the purpose of teaching as well as providing healthcare services and/or conducting organized research in support of the school's overall mission. Principal Administrative covers a broad category of positions that perform high-level duties and often require specialized skills in an academic, medical, research or administrative area. They require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a related field and often require an advanced degree and related experience. Employees in these positions are appointed by contract. Research positions are non-faculty appointments performing and/or assisting with bench research in a specific scientific/medical field or conducting clinical research. These positions require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a related field.
For current SIU-SM employees to submit a request to have their application materials reviewed for a Civil Service title that is not a current vacancy OR for current SIU-SM Civil Service Employees interested in referral opportunities for vacancies in their current classification to submit a request to have their application materials reviewed to be placed on a reassignment list.
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Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and provides equal employment and educational opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, protected veteran status or marital status
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The mission of Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is to assist the people of central and southern Illinois in meeting their health care needs through education, patient care, research and service to the community.