Associate Dean & Chief Academic Officer (South Georgia Campus)
Directs and coordinates activities of the Clinical and Basic Sciences departments for PCOM SOUTH GA. Oversees and delivers policy and curriculum as required by the President, Provost and Board of Directors. Reports directly to the Dean and Chief Academic Officer, GA PCOM (Suwanee).
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Directs, supervises, and/or participates in all functions of PCOM South GA e.g. undergraduate medical education, graduate medical education, student services, academic program finances, budgets, goals and objectives, legal documents, strategic planning, policy-making, research, and other areas as required.
- Consults with the Dean and CAO, GA-PCOM (Suwanee), Sr.Vice President and Provost for Academic Affairs, President, Sr. Administration teams to fulfill essential duties as required for PCOM South GA.
- Meets with faculty members and faculty committees of both the Suwanee and south GA locations on a routine/as needed basis. Holds formal/informal meetings with representatives from each student class.
- Attends and participates in meetings of the Corporation, Board of Trustees and several of its committees.
- Apprises the Dean GA-PCOM (Suwanee) and the Sr.Vice President for Academic Affairs and President of all pertinent matters related to the PCOM, South GA.
- Develops and maintains rapport with legislators in connection with college-related matters, alumni, representatives of other medical institutions, etc., promoting the college and the osteopathic philosophy. Represents PCOM and Osteopathic Medicine to the community, legislature, and fellow educational institution.
- Represents the college and campus at national, state and local meetings, as well as conferences and conventions.
- Recommends to and participates in the creation and implementation of the mission and strategic plan for the PCOM, South GA location.
- DO degree preferable, with AOA certified residency and specialty board certification
- Relevant training and experience as a Associate/ Assistant Dean, Chair or strategic leader of an academic unit at a college of osteopathic medicine, allopathic medicine, military or public health facility.
Certifications, Licenses, Registrations
- Board Certification is required for Osteopathic Physician.
All inquiries must include: a letter of intent, a curriculum vitae, salary requirements, and three (3) references, preferably from current or former supervisors.