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American University of Antigua faculty is made up of renowned American and international physicians and medical education professionals. Join this unique staff and discover a rewarding career, surrounded by some of the brightest and passionate students anywhere.
About the Opportunities
The mission of AUA College of Medicine is to provide the student with an excellent education that is compatible to the instruction provided at the best U.S. medical schools. The curriculum is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them to successfully practice medicine in the U.S. AUA’s students are highly diverse, representing many international backgrounds.
This is a unique opportunity to influence the future of medicine and medical care within the U.S. while living on the Caribbean island of Antigua, working at our modern basic sciences campus, and earning a competitive, potentially tax-exempt income.
AUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Medical Insurance (AETNA) – faculty member 100% paid for by the University. If needed dependents may be added to the AETNA plan with a subsidized contribution.
Vacation – 35 days of vacation and 12 sick days on an annual basis
Holidays – Please refer to the Holiday Schedule (currently 12 in Antigua)
Life Insurance – $50,000 USD; with accidental death; fully paid by the University
Relocation Assistance to Antigua – round trip airfare; full reimbursement for shipping of teaching materials and a reimbursement allowance for personal items. University provided housing and transportation on Antigua until faculty member obtains suitable housing – generally up to ten days.
Travel Reimbursement – After year 1, and with contract renewal – up to $1,500.00 per calendar year for each faculty member to be spent on travel for self or immediate family.
Sabbatical leave – is available after 4 years of service at 1⁄2 pay and 6 years of service at full pay for one semester.
Attendance at Professional Meetings – University payment for attendance at professional meetings at least once annually with advance approval by the Dean.
Professional Society Membership Dues – University payment for cost of membership in a professional association
Note: All benefits subject to change; summary plan descriptions supersede this outline. Contact HR with questions.
University Park, Jabberwock Beach Road, P.O. Box W1451, Coolidge, Antigua