Employment Opportunities

The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is a dynamic medical educational institution whose success depends on hiring highly qualified and motivated professionals to join the WVSOM community!

Current employment opportunities are listed below with specific job details available in Adobe PDF format or through our applicant tracking system depending upon the position.  Our applicant tracking system allows candidates to search and review current job postings, create an account, and to apply for positions as they become available.  It will also allow WVSOM Search Committees to have immediate access to your information through the system.

If you are unable to open the following links, please contact us via email at hr@osteo.wvsom.edu or by phone at (800) 356-7836 ext. 6264, and we will gladly assist you.

Individuals who need assistance in the application and/or interviewing process may contact us at:

West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Office of Human Resources
Building A, Room A230
400 Lee Street North
Lewisburg, WV 24901

(800) 356-7836, ext. 6264
(304) 647-6322 - Fax

The below links will direct you to WVSOM's online applicant tracking system to view the full postings and to apply online.

Faculty and Staff Positions

Statewide Campus Positions

WVSOM Profile

WVSOM is a free-standing medical school nestled in the Allegheny Mountains. We are located in "America's Coolest Small Town" (Budget Magazine, 2011) just minutes from the famed Greenbrier Resort, a five diamond hotel and spa and host of the PGA’s annual Greenbrier Classic. WVSOM brings more than 40 years of history serving the health and wellness needs of the Greenbrier Valley, the state of West Virginia and beyond. The school’s small town, rural community cherishes its connection with the college and our students are actively engaged in service outreach and support for more than 40 nonprofit organizations in this area. Additionally, WVSOM faculty and staff enjoy a vibrant cultural community that features one of only four operating Carnegie Halls in the world, as well as the state professional theatre of West Virginia. Throughout the year, employees can enjoy live plays and musicals, a broad representation of visual artists, an annual chocolate festival, a flourishing literary series, and live music events within a historic preservation area featuring 19th century architecture, unique shops and dining, and limitless outdoor recreation. This one-of-a-kind environment brings together farmers and artists, lumbermen and world-renowned musicians, holistic physicians and thrill-seeking whitewater rafters in a diverse melting pot that is truly unique!

WVSOM Named A Great College to Work For in 2020!

The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) has been recognized for the eighth time as one of the best schools in the nation to work for, according to a survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education’s annual report on academic workplaces. The school has also been included on the 2020 Honor Roll, which is a distinction awarded to institutions that are cited most often across all recognition categories.  WVSOM was recognized in 9 out of 12 categories. 

Leslie Bicksler, WVSOM’s vice president of human resources, said that news of the recognition, even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, is a testament to the value each employee brings to providing medical education to students. “This year, more than ever, it’s comforting to know that our employees are committed to WVSOM’s mission and confident in recognizing we have their best interest in mind,” she said. “Even during a pandemic, our employees know that their work is meaningful and important — and they know that they are important to us. It takes everyday actions, some big and some small, by employees to make a school a great place to work, and we couldn’t be happier that our employees acknowledge that.”

 WVSOM President James W. Nemitz, Ph.D., echoed Bicksler’s sentiment.  “Each person at WVSOM understands that the work they do plays an important role in educating future physicians. Our medical school makes it a point to let employees know they are valued for their contributions,” he said. “We want to foster an environment where people are excited to come to work and are passionate about meeting the mission of the school. I think we’ve done that, and continue to do that, as is evidenced by our faculty and staff recognizing WVSOM in so many different categories.”

The primary factor in deciding recognition was employee feedback through The Chronicle’s survey. WVSOM was one of 221 institutions participating in the survey.

WVSOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) is committed to fostering an educational environment that values the development of human potential, cultural and ethnic diversity, and understanding. WVSOM will not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, student or applicant for admission on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, veteran or military status, disability, genetic information, or other category that is protected under federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws in its educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment policies.  With respect to disability, the disability must not be such as would, even with reasonable accommodation, in and of itself require a fundamental change in the nature of the educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment.  WVSOM neither knowingly affiliates with nor grants recognition to any individual, group or organization having discriminatory policies or practices that violate federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws. This rule extends to all WVSOM activities related to the management of its educational, employment, financial, business and other affairs. It applies to all personnel management practices including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, transfer, promotion, training, compensation, benefits, layoff and termination. WVSOM is committed to maintaining an atmosphere that is free of discrimination and harassment in any form. In education, equal opportunity on a merit basis is fundamental to equality therefore, commitment to equal opportunity and equality is required of every WVSOM employee.

All inquiries regarding the rights of disabled employees, including the right to employment accommodations, should be directed to the Equal Opportunity and ADA Coordinator. All requests for employment accommodations must be in writing to the Equal Opportunity and ADA Coordinator.

Leslie W. Bicksler, MSW
Vice President of Human Resources/Equal Opportunity and ADA Coordinator
Office A-230
400 Lee Street North
West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901
Lbicksler@osteo.wvsom.edu or (304) 647-6279

Crime Statistics

The Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education provides a report detailing campus crime and fire data for all colleges and universities in the United States via their Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Tool, along with other campus safety-and-security information.

This tool provides a report of campus crime and fire statistical data for WVSOM over the last three years, along with general information about the campus.