To oversee the educational program leading to the MD degree at BSOM, ensuring the delivery of an outstanding, state of the art curriculum in a student-centered learning environment. The Vice Dean for Educational Affairs will provide oversight for the undergraduate medical education program, directly overseeing Student Affairs, Admissions, and Medical Education/curriculum.
MD or DO degree
Board certification in their specialty
Eligible for Ohio Medical License
Five years in a significant leadership role in medical education
Commitment to inclusive excellence
Knowledge of medical education curricular development, assessment, and latest trends in medical education
Knowledge of LCME accreditation standards, experience with LCME accreditation
Demonstrated experience with faculty, administration, and students in an educational environment
Associate Professor level candidates must fulfill all the requirements above, along with at least 5 years' experience as an Assistant Professor with an exemplary scholarly portfolio and supervisory experience. Full Professor candidates must fulfill all the requirements of Associate Professor along with at least 5 years' experience at the Associate Professor level with an exemplary scholarly portfolio and leadership experience.
For more information regarding the governing policies of faculty rank please review them online at: https://medicine.wright.edu/faculty-and-clinical-affairs/policy-3a-guidelines-for-appointment-and-promotion-for-fully-affiliated-faculty
High emotional intelligence, strong interpersonal and management skills;
Passion for and commitment to medical student success
Essential Functions and percent of time::
60% Administration of educational program
Provide guidance and policy development on educational matters related to undergraduate medical education, including admissions, student affairs, and curriculum.
Manage the budget for the office of educational affairs
Supervise the activities of the Associate Deans for Admissions/Student Affairs and Medical Education
20% LCME Accreditation Oversight and Preparation
Oversees a process of continuous quality improvement and maintenance of accreditation standards
Leads responses to LCME correspondence and preparation for next visit in AY2024
10% Ensure adequate educational resources
Working closely with the dean and the departments, ensure adequate resources exist for teaching in all phases of the curriculum, including Foundations faculty, as well as faculty for Doctoring
Work to secure partnerships to expand clinical placements in conjunction with class size expansion
10% Mentorship and development of teaching faculty
In conjunction with Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, create engaging resources for the development and advancement of faculty educators.
Special contract position. Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
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