A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) is looking for a motivated individual to join the executive leadership team in the position of associate dean of academic affairs, on the Missouri campus. The associate dean of academic affairs is responsible for the leadership, oversight, and management of academic and professional success of students over four years including student discipline, promotion, and national board examination processes. Additional responsibilities include overseeing initiatives in the areas of career advising for graduate medical education placement and monitoring of program accreditation. Applicants for this position should be eligible for appointment as assistant professor or higher.
Major Job Duties
Responsible for academic and behavioral monitoring of students years 1-4
Monitor and track leave of absences and daily absence requests
Responsible for academic and career advising for students years 1-4
Work with students on academic progression (particularly at-risk students)
Review measures, assessments, and outcomes
Review and remain current on accreditation standards and update and maintain COM's documents related to accreditation
Lead KCOM accreditation team
Lead NRMP match process
Monitor student national board exam processes
Develop, deliver, and train on-campus and regional faculty on student career track development
Oversee MSPE process in conjunction with the Dean's Office
Oversee NBOME for COMLEX, COMATs, and COMSAEs
Work closely and collaboratively with associate deans of curriculum and clinical affairs for student progress
PhD, EdD, DO, or MD preferred
Experience in academic areas of curriculum, advisement and student promotion
Knowledge of COCA accreditation standards and process
Knowledge of COMLEX and USMLE licensure exams
Knowledge of NRMP match process
Must have a solid work ethic
Must have excellent interpersonal skills to work with students and faculty
Internal Number: KCOMA01511
About A.T. Still University
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.