THIS POSITION WILL BE LOCATED AT OUR DUBLIN CAMPUS, 6775 BOBCAT WAY, DUBLIN, OH.
Please complete the online application and attach required documents. Required documents include a detailed cover letter, current resume, and a list of at least three (3) professional references with current contact details, including email addresses. The position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by September 17, 2017. Review of applications will begin immediately.
This high-level leadership position is responsible for leading the business operations of the Office of Clinical Education (OCE) including its relationships, personnel, and resource management under the direction of Associate Dean for Clinical Education. The individual in this position is accountable for implementing and communicating policy and procedure decisions of the OCE while overseeing the planning, development, and services necessary for creating a successful clinical education experience. In addition, the individual will serve as a critical connector to other Ohio University healthcare related colleges, schools, and programs as we promote and develop the concept of a health professions education and research network. This position requires working some evening and weekend hours Regular in-state travel to meet with educational affiliates and to locations in and out of state is expected.
ADMINISTRATIVE •Responsible for developing and implementing strategic directives for the OCE involving appropriate hospital/college representatives and other constituents •Plan and manage the OCE fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) operating budget •Establish and maintain effective relationships between educational affiliates, developing programs and sites, and the OCE •Direct resource coordination and business management of a clinical education network on behalf of the OCE, providing for education opportunities, faculty development, and research assistance for involved programs •Identify funding opportunities for clinical education activities •Prepare required reports and submit by established deadlines •Collaborate with other OCE personnel to assess if educational partners are meeting educational and operational quality markers •Monitor and assure compliance with the necessary policies and regulations of the COCA for continuing accreditation of Heritage College •Coordinate development of clinical education presentations, annual reports, newsletters, press releases, articles, displays, brochures, catalogs, and other marketing materials; disseminate pertinent information to the appropriate educational affiliates •Participate actively in the appropriate educational and accreditation organizations relevant to osteopathic medical education •Lead assigned OCE meetings •Participate in other meetings of the college, educational affiliates, Ohio University, etc. as needed •Represent HCOM at the graduation ceremonies of educational affiliates •Manage web page content for the OCE
•Collaborate with academic affairs and others to develop and execute a strategic planning to guide physician preceptor recruitment •Collaborate with other Ohio University health related colleges, schools and programs to coordinate preceptor recruitment and retention efforts
PROGRAM GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT •Identify potential educational affiliates for student education programs •Advise potential educational affiliates on development of new student education programs •Strategically develop, coordinate and manage relationships with other health related colleges, schools and programs at Ohio University, in order to create connectivity between the programs and coordinate relationships with educational affiliates.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES •Supervise directly and indirectly OCE staff •Participate in the selection/hiring of OCE administrative support staff •Coach, counsel and discipline employee(s) under supervision as required
-This position requires daily interface with various OCE personnel. This is essential to determine the best means to convey a message, achieve the desired outcomes, maintain compliance with accreditation standards, etc. This position requires the utmost of diplomacy, tact, cooperation and persuasion when promoting the delivery of high quality osteopathic medical education programs.
-Interprets policies, procedures, rules, regulations, and standards to make recommendations and implement decisions relative to clinical education programs in the external, community-based environment.
-Ohio University, the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, the AOA, COCA, and the ACGME establish Guidelines/parameters for decision making. Knowledge of College and University human resources law, guidelines, and procedures is necessary for hiring, supervision, performance evaluation, disciplinary action, and training of classified staff.
-The decisions made in this position protect the integrity of our medical education programs and support the mission by promoting collaboration among all educational partners to provide quality education programs for osteopathic students, interns, and residents.
-Extensive analytical skills and creative abilities are critical for problem solving in this position. The individual selected must have an understanding of educational partner capabilities relative to their medical education programs.
-Developing the HCOM relationship with other Ohio University colleges, schools, and programs offering healthcare related degrees will become a significant portion of the positions over time.
-Master’s degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Higher Education or closely related field. -8 years of work related experience -6 years of supervisory or managerial responsibilities -8 years of applicable and demonstrated business leadership -Experience with program management, supervision, and budgetary responsibilities -Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with diverse groups having convergent and divergent interests in common effort to develop quality medical education programs. -Knowledge of medical education.
An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered in lieu of the required master’s degree.
-Certified Association Executive (CAE), Fellowship in American College of Healthcare Executives or equivalent credentials. -8 years of supervisory or managerial responsibilities. -Experience with Graduate Medical Education (GME) program development, financing, and the application/approval process.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with education and experience. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package which includes health benefits, paid time off, and educational benefits for employees and eligible dependents.
About Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is a leader in providing a patient-centered, clinically integrated medical education continuum, from pre-medical education to undergraduate medical education, and on through residency training, with an emphasis on primary care. Our focused research and community health programs speak to our commitment to improving health and well-being i...n our communities and quality of life for our patients.
The state’s only osteopathic medical school, our college was founded in 1975, with its primary campus located at Ohio University’s Athens, Ohio campus, a newly-opened extension campus in Dublin, Ohio, and a highly-anticipated extension opening in Cleveland, Ohio in July 2015.