The Clinical Dean, acting under the direction of the Dean, manages the clinical' training programs of the College.
The Clinical Dean should have a demonstrated record of clinical academic administration, budget management, excellent interpersonal skills and the enthusiasm and motivation to contribute to the development of the College of Medicine. He/she must be able to contribute to the College in substantive areas such as program development and teaching at the College level or beyond.
The person will be expected to be an academic administrator who can enhance the College's clinical and academic goals, while making meaningful contribution to his/her professional discipline, the College, and professional community.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following outlines the basic responsibilities of this position. Other duties are to be assigned as necessary.
Assure that proper affiliation agreements have been completed.
Develop, oversee, schedule and evaluate all external programs of clinical training involving medical students.
Conduct all communications regarding the scheduling and placement of medical students into rotations for external training.
Orientation of students/faculty at the clinical site
Coordination of rotations
Scheduling according to College calendar
Conducts student, program, and rotation evaluations
Attends curriculum development sessions at college
Approves, records, documents attendance
Oversees student health/attendance issues
Counsels and implements decisions at local site level
Liaison between college and clinical site administration
Organizes faculty developmental seminars with Dean
Conducts and supervises educational activities at the clinical site
Participates in accreditation surveys and visits
Supervises clinical faculty
Administers, supervises post-graduate activities (e.g., residencies and residency matching Programs) as directed by Dean of Graduate Medical Education.
Further duties as assigned.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR RELATED EXPERIENCE:
The Interim Clinical Dean must possess a DO/MD and be certified in a field of clinical practice.
His/her professional qualifications should show teaching within a medical school or graduate school program, administration (chairman or assistant dean level or higher) for at least three years in a medical school or postgraduate facility and/or be a practicing physician.
He/she should be a member in good standing with his/her professional organizations, as well as the AOA.
He/she must recognize and support the principles of the osteopathic profession and quality education.
He/she must have a record of demonstrable leadership in academic or clinical program areas.
He/she must possess excellent interpersonal skills.
Extensive Use of Computers
Extensive time sitting and standing
Able to lift up to 5 lbs.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook
Applications of data presentations including PowerPoint
Some travel necessary in relation to work with various affiliated hospital sites.
Some travel necessary as required by duties which may be assigned.
About Touro College and University System
Touro College is a system of non-profit institutions of higher and professional education. Touro College was chartered in 1970 primarily to enrich the Jewish heritage, and to serve the larger American and global community. Approximately 19,000 students are currently enrolled in its various schools and divisions. For further information on Touro College, please go to: http://www.touro.edu.