Job Category: Academic Affairs Requisition Number: SOMAA002065 Full Time Mesa, AZ 85206, USA
Job Details Description
A.T. Still University's School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA) invites applications for an Assistant Dean for Student Achievement on the Mesa, Arizona campus. The purpose and function of the role of Assistant Dean for Student Achievement is to provide academic and professional development support for students through the four years of medical school. Additionally, the role includes guiding the faculty advisement program and peer advisement as well working with the Alumni association.
Major job duties:
Oversee and provide guidance with regard to, specialty selection; providing resources to assist with professional development and residency preparation/assessing student competitiveness for residency; and oversight with the MSPE process and residency matches/scrambles
Governing the faculty advisement program - assigning advisors, providing faculty development, coordinating appropriate forms with the support of the Student Achievement Success Coordinator
Working with Student Affairs to ensure adequate student support
Governing the peer advisement process
Collaborating with alumni services to provide alumni mentorship and alumni involvement
Attending relevant ATSU-SOMA and national meetings to ensure optimal student support
Continue to provide and update resources to assist students through medical school and into residency
PhD, DO or MD; AZ medical licensed and specialty board certified.
Background in medicine with an understanding of the medical education process, medical specialties, SOMA's unique curriculum, and the changing landscape of GME.
1-2 years' experience with:
medical education (e.g. requirements, curriculum, student expectations, professionalism guidance)
professional development for medical students
specialty and residency planning
residency application and match processes
medical education - ability to assist with student learning strategies, struggling students, optimizing individual student success
board and academic resources for students
different medical specialties and the ability to assess student competitiveness
the residency application process, residency resources and matches/scrambles
Organizational skills in order to multitask
Must be able to work well with others (students, other faculty - Mesa/RDME, administration, Student Affairs, Admissions)
Must be able to organize/manage time well
Preferably positive, kind, supportive energy
ATSU offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision coverages, among more. If eligible, employee-elected benefits would begin the first of the month following hire date.