Acupuncture Department Chair

TIME: Full time, exempt
REPORTS TO: Academic Dean
SUPERVISES: Clinic Director, Acupuncture/Herbal Department lead faculty, Acupuncture faculty members, and program support personnel

The Won Institute of Graduate Studies in Glenside, Pennsylvania is seeking a highly qualified department chair for our Acupuncture Studies Master Degree Program. The Mission of our program is to educate students to become qualified acupuncture practitioners who are grounded in a holistic model of healing that includes the ability to diagnose and treat patients using diverse acupuncture techniques and traditions, integrated with compassion, spiritual awareness, and an understanding of meditation techniques. These diverse traditions include Five Element, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Traditional Korean Medicine, and recently the addition of a certificate program in Chinese Herbal Medicine. The Won Institute is a multi-cultural institution with additional Master Degrees in Won Buddhist Studies and Applied Meditation Studies. Focus on the student’s personal development and the inclusion of non-denominational sitting and moving meditation within the curriculum are key components of all programs.



The acupuncture department chair assists the Academic Dean in carrying out the mission of the Institute. The acupuncture department chair is responsible for classroom and clinical education of acupuncturists and for oversight of the Chinese Herbal Medicine Certificate. The acupuncture department chair oversees advising of students and providing appropriate retention and academic standards for student achievement.



Evaluation / Assessment


Academic Records / files:

Transfer Credits

Accreditation and approval standards

Other duties as assigned

To Apply:
Please send cover letter, CV and salary requirements by June 15, 2014 to:
Dr. Janet Leidy, Acupuncture Department Chair
Won Institute of Graduate Studies
137 S. Easton Road
Glenside, PA 19038


Part Time Clinical Receptionist

TIME: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings 4pm-8pm, occasional Saturdays 9am-3pm /> REPORTS TO: Lead Receptionist

The part-time Clinical Receptionist reports to the Lead Clinical Receptionist, the Director of Academic Information Systems and the Clinical Director. The Clinical Receptionist is the first administrative contact for patients, current students, prospective students and event attendees. The Clinical Receptionist uses Google Apps for Education systems to coordinate various clinics for students and faculty members. The Clinical Receptionist uses Google mail, calendars, and drive extensively as well as an Internet based financial tracking system and therefore must have strong technological skills.


Including but not limited to: