The founding school of osteopathic medicine, A.T. Still University—Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine is looking to recruit for our Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs position. An ideal candidate must have an outgoing personality and will be charged with providing oversight and leadership for the management of clinical affairs, ensuring all needs are met to maintain clinical rotation sites for students. This position will also ensure all accreditation requirements associated with clinical training are followed.
Major job duties for the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs include, but are not limited to:
Provide inspired leadership to department and regional sites
Work to develop new clinical rotation sites and maintain current ones
Build relationships across regions to increase KCOM’s footprint and impact
Perform site visits to regional rotation sites annually as part of assigned teams
Develop and maintain good relationships with affiliated hospitals and clinic systems providing education for students
Oversee assistant dean for clinical affairs, director of clinical affairs and AHEC director
Provide evaluations and ultimate oversight of regional deans/DSMEs, assistant dean and director of clinical affairs
Build alliances with other COMs delivering clinical education
Engage at national level with professional organizations relevant to medical education
Any interested candidate for the position must have a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree, a Doctor of Medicine degree, or a Doctor of Health Administration degree.
Home of the world’s first osteopathic medical school, established in 1892, A.T. Still University is recognized around the world as a renowned, multidisciplinary healthcare educator. ATSU instills in students the compassion and hands-on experience needed to address the needs of the whole person. The University has a rich history of providing leadership for comprehensive healthcare education and research and is consistently ranked in U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools” guide.
SOMA’s 4-year curriculum integrates basic science, the Clinical Presentation Curriculum, and extensive clinical experience into a relevant and applicable program of study.
More than an osteopathic medical school, SOMA is a team of clinicians, educators, and students who share your passion and commitment.