If you are looking for job opportunities in orthopaedic sports medicine, please search below. These include advertisements available through monthly issues of the American Journal of Sports Medicine. If you have a job listing to be posted or would like to place additional advertising, please contact Sage Publishing at advertising@sagepub.com or (805) 410-7160.

Current Opportunities


Full-Time

 Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Surgeon - University of  Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore, MD)
 Multiple Positions - Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Group (Merrick, NY)
 Multiple Positions - The Ortho Forum (Nationwide) 

Fellowships

 Chicago Comprehensive Hip Fellowship - American Hip Institute
 Columbia University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery - Sports Medicine Fellowship (New York, NY)

 University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Ctr - Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship (Cleveland, OH)
 University of Rochester 2018-19 Sports Medicine Fellowship (Rochester, NY)

 Wake Forest 2019-20 Sports Medicine Fellowship (Winston-Salem, NC)


Volunteer Opportunities


AOSSM is now able to post volunteer opportunities related to sports medicine such as team physician opportunities and speaking engagements. Please complete the volunteer opportunity form and submit it accordingly. All submitted posts must include a contact person’s name, email and phone number along with specific details of the opportunity, web links and deadlines, if applicable. In addition, the posting cannot include meeting promotion or products.  AOSSM reserves the right to not post opportunities, if they do not meet these guidelines. Questions, please contact Lisa Weisenberger at lisa@aossm.org

 Submit your opportunity
 

Current Opportunities


CURE International Physiotherapist Needed

Location: Malawi, Africa

CURE has an exceptional opportunity for an experienced and skilled physiotherapist (volunteer) at its hospital in Malawi who will be able to demonstrate a high level of musculoskeletal expertise. Proven post graduate knowledge and experience is essential. Evidence of leadership and extended skills in pediatric orthopedics will be highly advantageous. You will gain a broad based experience in managing orthopedic conditions in both children and adults in the developing world. Teaching experience is essential as you will be required to mentor local therapy staff and physiotherapy students in order to develop sustainable local skills and capacity in physiotherapy and rehabilitation. Responsibilities include: Deliver patient care to pediatric inpatients/outpatients and adult outpatients/ inpatients. Provide mentoring and practical support to the physiotherapy team based at the Beit CURE International Hospital including Physiotherapists, Rehabilitation Technicians, Physiotherapy Assistants and Therapy Volunteers. Maintain, develop and implement patient treatment protocols in order to continually advance standards. Coordinate, teach and supervise College of Medicine Physiotherapy Students and visiting Therapy Volunteers. Provide administrative leadership and logistical support to facilitate the running of the therapy department. Attend and participate in Clinical Staff Education Meetings. This is a full-time, volunteer (6 months - 2 year commitment) position that offers coverage of flight and in-country accommodation expenses, and contingent on the budget, perhaps a modest stipend. 

Deadline: N/A
 Apply Now