Open executive Job in Academic & University Associate Dean, Division of Health Professions
Executive – Deans – Health
12/21/2018 (Reposted Job: Initially posted on 09/26/2018)
successful candidate has oversight of all Health Professions programs, including all undergraduate and certificate Nursing programs, Master
of Science in Nursing (MSN), Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPA) and-pending accreditor
approval-Doctor of Occupational Therapy (DOT) and Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT).
Associate Dean works collaboratively with and advocates for the Division’s Program Directors, faculty, and staff to the Vice President for
Academic Affairs. The Associate Dean works with all division programs to enhance synergies among programs in such areas as assessment,
clinical experiences, and inter-professional experiences. The Associate Dean supervises all division Program Directors, faculty, and staff;
evaluates faculty; collaborates with the Associate Dean for Faculty Development on professional development opportunities for division
faculty; oversees all hiring in the Division; collaborates on curriculum and program development; collaborates on regional and
program-specific accreditation; collaboratively schedules classes and course rotations; develops and manages the Division budget; and serves
on Division committees, the Academic Leadership Team, Leadership Council, and other university-wide committees. The appointment may involve
teaching one course each semester.
Required Education and Experience
By the successful candidate’s start date at
CSM, she or he must have
- an earned doctorate with at least one degree in a health-related field,
- at least three to five (3-5)
years’ management experience (at director, chair or equivalent levels or above),
- experience teaching at the undergraduate and
graduate college levels,
- evidence of scholarly work and professional development,
- direct experience with accrediting bodies,
- direct experience with budgeting, strategic planning, and conflict management
The ideal candidate has a strong professional network in health professions. This could include experience with a
professional association in one of the following areas: Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Physician Assistant Studies, or Physical Therapy.
College of Saint Mary
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