Move Lives with a Campbell Clinic Foundation Career

The Campbell Clinic Foundation moves lives. We are a mission-driven team, focused on delivering excellent orthopaedic care through education, research and community outreach. Whether facilitating a pain management research study, training residents in the operating room or watching a teenage patient take his first steps unassisted, we reach people from all over the world, every single day.

We work to take that legendary orthopaedic leadership to the next level, to make life better for those of us who have bone and joint injuries. To make life better for all of us.

We believe the Campbell Clinic Foundation develops the transformational leadership and innovation an active world needs.

We believe in moving lives.

CCF staff at 25th Triennial, April 2022.

Our partners and stakeholders rely on us to anticipate needs and be flexible. We strive to be great colleagues, partners, teachers, listeners and learners.

We welcome friendly team members who take initiative, ask questions and want to be part of the exciting, inspiring world of orthopaedics. And by the way… having a sense of humor helps!

What’s it like to work here? Well, no two days are the same! We uphold the highest standards of integrity, respect and quality. We support learning and growth. We foster an inclusive workplace, and we “have your back.” And we know you have a life outside these walls.

Open Roles

Interested in joining our team?

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Residency Program Coordinator

The Residency Coordinator is responsible for managing the UTHSC-Campbell Clinic Orthopaedic Surgery Residency (which celebrates its CENTENNIAL IN 2024!). The Coordinator works closely with the physician program director and faculty to drive this top surgical training program. Coordinator will supervise 40 medical residents, manage the program budget, enforce compliance, policies and procedures, facilitate recruitment and onboarding, and serve as liaison between the training program and the UTHSC, teaching hospitals, accrediting body, applicants, and the public.

Research Scholar (gap-year!)

The Research Scholar works directly with physicians, residents, and research partners to facilitate studies, inform the practice of orthopaedic medicine, and produce resources for publication and education.

Campbell Clinic Foundation Development Officer

The Development Officer plays a pivotal role in driving donor cultivation and retention. Develops and implements strategies to increase donor engagement, annual giving, and institutional investment. Includes event and outreach program planning, community relations and employee participation in CCF initiatives. See more and apply now!