Job Description The Clinical Assistant Dean of Clinical Education (CADCE) supports all activities in the Department of Clinical Education related to the continuum of pre-clinical education to the end of clinical education. She/he serves as a clinical resource to students and staff in collaboration with the Associate Dean. The CADCE is responsible for supporting services to clinical preceptors, as well as ensuring students have access to faculty guidance and counseling in coordination with administrative staff and faculty. The office of Clinical Education introduces our medical students to meaningful, diverse experiences in various clinical, academic and community settings. The Clinical Assistant Dean for Clinical Education is responsible for ensuring affiliated sites provide meaningful and consistent educational experiences; contributes to the education of students; managing student relationships; ensuring clinical achievement; aids in the attainment of leadership to all clinical education staff. The CADCE reports directly to the Associate Dean for Clinical Education.
Job Duties 1. Demonstrate comprehension of the Student and Faculty Manual for Clinical Coursework and the policies and procedures contained therein. Be familiar with the designation of the core third-year clinical courses, as well as any other clinical courses that have an organized didactic component. 2. Demonstrate a deeper theoretical and practical understanding of the clinical curriculum and be able to access the various clinical courses and generate the various reports necessary to evaluate student performance. 3. Maintain, develop and regularly monitor curricular documents for CORE clerkships or other electives as needed 4. Initiate and maintain research and/or scholarly activities for ongoing improvement and additions to all programs and expectations for clinical students and didactic opportunities 5. Strategic Planning 5.1. Provide leadership through maintenance and development of external groups and associations in AACOM, ACGME and others to distribute and support the mission of the COM and Clinical Education including trends in matching, residency and excellence in the clinical education sector of osteopathic and allopathic medical schools. 6. Site and Faculty Development 6.1. Initiate, participate in and monitor the results of site visits, as assigned by the Associate Dean for Clinical Education; assess the quality of facilities used in clinical clerkships and the effectiveness of clinical preceptors 7. Under the direction of the Associate Dean for Clinical Education, work to develop and 7.1. participate in continuing medical education and/or faculty development programs for the clinical faculty, both full-time and adjunct faculty 8. Participate in training of new Touro adjunct clinical faculty who will be involved in the 8.1. education of students during their clinical years 9. Student Developmental Counseling for Clerkships and Residencies 9.1. Counsel and advise third- and fourth-year students during and after the match (4th year) under the direction and assignment of the Associate Dean and with collaboration of other senior leadership in Clinical Education and the COM 10. Provide leadership and training as needed for the other deans and senior leadership of the Department of Clinical Education. 11. Demonstrate an understanding of the various roles and responsibilities of the 11.1. Associate Dean for Clinical Education and any additional deans or senior leadership as added to the Department of Clinical Education, with the ultimate goal of becoming cross trained sufficiently to enable the day-to-day management of clinical aspects of the Department of Clinical Education. 12. May perform other duties and responsibilities that supervisor or administrative leadership may deem necessary 12.1. Assist in the maintenance of accurate preceptor lists, their credentialing and annual renewal reviews and report monthly CME to the appropriate Touro department. 12.2. Participate in CStarc and other COM committees, as assigned 12.3. Develop full competency with all electronic management systems utilized by the Department 12.4. Develop full competency in resolving clinical clerkship issues involving student behavior and expectations. 12.5. Provide leadership for and serve as liaison with COM faculty and other members of the TUN campus community in regard to clinical education.
Required Qualifications • Medical Degree: MD or DO or equivalent terminal degree; DO degree preferred • Board Certification by AOA or ABMS • Active Nevada medical license • Three years of successful administrative experience in teaching or advising medical students and/or residents • Prior service as full-time medical school faculty • Microsoft Office Suite proficiency • Data collection and management experience (e.g. Excel, etc.)
Preferred Qualifications To perform the job successfully, the successful individual will demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential functions of the position: • Analytical Skills • Excellent communication skills both written and oral. • Superior Decision Making • Strong organizational skills • Flexibility • Ability to maintain and develop strong Interpersonal Relationships • Dedication to inclusion and diversity
Physical Demands Sitting at a desk for extended period of time. Ability to lift up to 20 lbs on occasion. Special Conditions for Eligibility
EEO Statement Touro College and University System is committed to providing all persons equal opportunity in education and employment, and to ensuring a safe and non-discriminatory educational and work environment in compliance with Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972 ("Title IX"), Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Act ("VAWA"), the New York State Education Law, and other applicable laws. It is the policy of the College to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment and in the administration of College programs, services, activities, and admissions on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.
Posting Detail Information
Posting Number S01132P
Special Instructions to Applicant Internal applicants will be considered, beginning on 10/18/19 through 10/24/19. Both internal and external applicants will be considered , beginning on 10/25/19.