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Touro College Assistant Clinical Dean of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Montana in Great Falls, Montana

The Assistant Clinical Dean should have a demonstrated record of clinical and academic administration, budget management, excellent interpersonal skills, and the enthusiasm and motivation to contribute to the development of the College of Osteopathic Medicine. This person must be able to contribute to the College in substantive areas such as program development and teaching at the College-level or beyond. This person will be expected to be an academic administrator who can enhance the College's clinical and academic goals while making meaningful contributions to the professional discipline the College and professional community. The Assistant Clinical Dean acting under the direction of the Campus Dean manages the clinical training program of the College.

  • Plan (in coordination with the curriculum committee), implement, and direct the 3rd and 4th year curriculum

  • Plan for new clinical site, development, and nurture existing affiliate sites.

  • Supervise the Clinical Education staff re: scheduling and placement of student clerkships, student tracking, and ongoing communication with students and clinical sites.

  • Coordinate the clinical curriculum to support board preparation for COMLEX Level 2.

  • Ongoing Student Advisement; COMATs COMLEX 2 & Residency application.

  • Assure that proper affiliation agreements have been completed.

  • Oversight of a dual evaluation process (students of site & site of students).

  • Communicate with affiliate sites to assure onsite orientation of students/faculty at the clinical site.

  • Oversees coordination of clinical rotations.

  • Scheduling according to College calendar.

  • Attend curriculum development sessions at college.

  • Approves records, documents, attendance, and grades of students on clinical rotations.

  • Oversees student health/attendance issues on clinical rotations.

  • Liaison between College and clinical site administration.

  • Organize faculty developmental seminars with Campus Dean.

  • Conducts and supervises educational activities at the clinical site.

  • Participate in accreditation surveys and visits.

  • Oversight of clinical faculty.

  • Supervises the credentialing process for clinical and adjunct clinical faculty.

  • Recommends clinical and adjunct clinical faculty to the Campus Dean.

  • Oversee the preparation of the Medical Student Performance Evaluation.

  • Develops in conjunction with the clerkship directors specialty specific curricula for required rotations.

  • Supervises the Director of Graduate Medical Education (GME).

  • In collaboration with the Director of GME, explores opportunities to support the continuum of osteopathic education in both undergraduate and graduate medical education (GME) as well as in continuing medical education (for all GME faculty) at clinical affiliates or other clinical institutions.

  • Further duties as assigned.

Degrees

  • Doctor of Medicine required.

  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine required.

The Assistant Clinical Dean must possess a DO/MD and be certified in a field of clinical practice.

Experience

  • This person’s 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.

  • This person should be a member in good standing with their professional organizations as well as the AOA.

Physical Demands

  • Able to lift up to 5 lbs.

Requisition ID: 2021-7895

Schedule Shift: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Hours Per Week: 36.5

Travel: 10%

External Company URL: https://www.touro.edu/

Street: 2801 18th Avenue S

Chart of Accounts: Touro College New York

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