Requisition ID: 2022-8211 Position Type: Full-Time Schedule Shift: Day Hours Per Week: 38 Travel: 10% Category: Faculty/Academic
Overview Touro University California (TUC), located on historic Mare Island in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, is accepting applications for a Senior Associate Dean in the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM). This is an exciting opportunity to join a strong, innovative, mission-centric, and student-focused College of Osteopathic Medicine.
We are seeking a leader in osteopathic medical education who can also manage and enhance current clinical services and biomedical foundational education. This position will focus on sustaining and developing core clinical rotation sites as well as graduate medical education opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California, and Central Valley. The individual in this role nurtures relationships with health care systems with the goal of establishing Academic Medical Center(s) in geographic proximity to Vallejo, CA. This position may also be responsible for the development of distant sites for both core clinical rotations and post graduate opportunities. This position takes a leadership role, participation, oversight, and implementation of the TUCOM Strategic Plan in concert with the Dean.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The successful candidate will be hired as soon as possible.
The Senior Associate Dean for Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in California (TUCOM) serves at the discretion of the Dean. General duties include supervision of the educational functions of the clinical and foundational biomedical science divisions of the institution as identified by the Dean. This position will focus on sustaining and developing core clinical rotation sites as well as graduate medical education opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California, and Central Valley. The individual in this role nurtures relationships with health care systems with the goal of establishing Academic Medical Center(s) in geographic proximity to Vallejo, CA. This position may also be responsible for the development of distant sites for both core clinical rotations and post graduate opportunities. This position takes a leadership role, participation, oversight, and implementation of the TUCOM Strategic Plan in concert with the Dean. The Senior Associate Dean shall oversee the COM's affiliation agreements for the clinical work of TUCOM clinical faculty at local FQHCs. The Senior Associate Dean will also participate in community events and community partnership meetings for the purpose of building positive community relations.
Attend the weekly Academic Council Meetings
Attend other regular meetings as defined by the Dean
Participate in Faculty Meetings
Direct oversight of faculty clinical opportunities, including the faculty incentive program
Participate in the Health Clinic Steering Committees
Support and directly supervise the Graduate Medical Training programs within the OPTI
Chair the COM Professionalism Committee
Participate in credentialing and accreditation as directed by the Dean
Periodic revision of the Professionalism Bylaws
Provide oversight and implementation of the TUCOM Strategic Plan in concert with the Dean
Identify and develop new undergraduate and graduate training opportunities
Improve networking on behalf of TUCOM by becoming active in appropriate local, regional and national Medical Societies, as well as AACOM, AOA, and other relevant organizations.
Maintain oversight of TUC operational OPTI/GME budget
Direct oversight of TUC CME Program & Faculty Development
Assist with oversight of the Clinical Education Department and the GME & Program Development teams
Function as the Dean, when the Dean is unavailable
Any other duties that shall be assigned by the Dean as needs arise
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES (if applicable): should reflect who the employee is supervising and what the expectations are.
Associate Dean of Clinical Education
Associate Dean of GME & Program Development
Assistant Dean of Faculty Development
Director of CME
Administrative Coordinator for Senior Associate Deans Office
In addition he/she/they shall perform supervisory functions in specific assignments as required when designated by the Dean.
Qualifications The Senior Associate Dean shall be a graduate of a medical school accredited by the American Osteopathic Association and hold the degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. In addition, he/she must have
Demonstrated effective administrative leadership as Associate or Assistant Dean, Department Chair, or Division Chief at a medical school and/or functioned as a DME or residency director at a teaching hospital/system or developed academic/clinical programs within the osteopathic medical system
Demonstrated skills in curriculum development, implementation and evaluation
Demonstrated effective patient care skills
Participated in quality assurance initiatives
Demonstrated effective organizational skills
Excellent interpersonal relationship and communication skills
Active participation in professional societies in the local, state and national levels, including the American Osteopathic Association and its relevant State Association.
An unrestricted license to practice Osteopathic Medicine in the State of California
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR RELATED EXPERIENCE:
The Senior Associate Dean must:
Hold the degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Have completed a residency or its equivalent, and be certified in their area of expertise by the AOA or the ABMS
Have at least 5 (five) years of experience in leadership in education at a medical school or teaching hospital/system
Maintain CME requirements as mandated by the AOA on an annual basis
Demonstrate the qualifications as cited above.
CORE COMPETENCIES: identify the behavior an employee is expected to demonstrate.
Effective communication skills
Ability to form and maintain healthy relationships
Effective strategic planning ability
Management skills to include supervision, organization, division of labor, quality assessment, and evaluation
National and State perspectives on health care education direction and service
Understanding of all aspects of undergraduate education to include curriculum, student services, and evaluation.
Understanding of, and demonstrated ability to create graduate medical training programs
Ability to function as a liaison to establish collaborative efforts with other organizations (osteopathic, allopathic and other medically related groups/organizations)
Touro University is an equal opportunity employer. Touro University treats all employees, job applicants, and students without unlawful consideration of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition), age, disability, medical condition, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military service or veteran status, citizenship status, or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. We are committed to ensuring the fulfillment of this policy in all decisions, including but not limited to, recruitment, the administration of educational programs and activities, hiring, compensation, training and apprenticeship, placement, promotion, upgrading, demotion, downgrading, transfer, layoff, suspension, expulsion and termination, and all other terms and conditions of admission, matriculation, and employment.
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