Health Insurance (Medical, Dental, and Vision)
FSAs & HSA
20 Vacation Days
15 Sick Days
11 Paid Holidays & Winter Shutdown from December 26th through Decemeber 31st
Professional Development: Seminars/conferences and Memebership Dues
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 00001
The Assistant Dean will have excellent interpersonal skills to successfully work with a variety of professionals in this process. While the responsibilities are for the entire clinical education curriculum, they will have senior administrative collaborators, such as the other Assistant/Associate Deans in order to achieve the COM’s goals.
Lead curricular design, analysis and improvement regarding clinical rotations/clerkships
Identify, secure, and maintain clinical training sites for core 3rd year rotations and 4th year required and electives.
Identify, secure, and maintain sites for early clinical trainings such as FQHCs and other partners to establish school-based clinics and other opportunities for community screening events as part of the 1st and 2nd year curriculum.
Communicate with clinical sites on a variety of issues including curriculum development issues, course delivery, exam policies, faculty development, match processes, rotational schedules.
Receive, interpret and provide feedback regarding student performance on 3rd and 4th year required elements of the curriculum
Lead, establish and maintain frequent education session on campus, including capstone projects, end of rotation exams
Oversee the quality and improvement of the clinical educational programs to assure their effectiveness.
Collaborate to develop and monitor faculty development for preceptors.
Follow, accomplish, and report on Accreditation and Strategic Planning goals.
Other duties to be assigned as necessary and may change to meet the COM’s needs.
Strong interpersonal skills and enthusiasm to contribute to faculty growth and development.
Strong knowledge base in community health centers and FQHCs.
Familiarity with AOA COCA requirements.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Experience with medical school accreditation and reporting.
Our new and innovative University is rapidly developing and expanding, enabling our administration, faculty, and staff to have plentiful opportunities for growth and development.
The College of Osteopathic Medicine is hiring faculty positions that include scientists/educators as well as physicians both full-time and part-time to serve our mission. Innovative curriculum design includes an active learning environment with emphasis on collaboration.
CHSU plans to open up to 10 post-graduate colleges to train health care professionals in the coming years. The timing and specific discipline for each new school will be determined based on the need and opportunity for job placement within the region.
California Health Sciences University (CHSU) strives to provide a campus environment that recognizes, promotes, and celebrates the entire diversity of human experiences. CHSU is committed to welcoming people from all backgrounds, and we seek to include knowledge and values from many cultures in the curriculum, extra-curricular activities, and within our campus community.