Director of Academic Programs & Assessment

The Director of Academic Programs & Assessment (Office of Academic Affairs) is an integral part of the process to assess the success of the curriculum to meet the educational goals, and mission of ARCOM as well as to monitor and assess the progressive matriculation of each student in meeting the osteopathic core competencies and EPA’s expected to enter graduate medical education training. The position works closely with all team members within the division and provides service, direction and accountability to multiple constituents within both the college and the senior administration.

QUALIFICATIONS AND CREDENTIALS

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications

  • MD, PhD, EdD, MPA, MPH or related discipline or equivalent
  • Academic qualifications to meet standards to achieve faculty status at the college
  • Experience in a medical or health professions school
  • Experience in clinical assessment of student skill development

Preferred Qualifications

  • 7 + years’ experience in a medical or health professions school
  • 7 + years’ experience clinical assessment of student skill development

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work with diverse members of the university community including students, faculty, staff, administrators, and accreditors.
  • Ability to synthesize and analyze quantitative and qualitative data and prepare and present reports effectively.
  • Knowledge and understanding of integrated academic program planning, and assessment
  • Ability to plan, create, program, and manage statistical computer databases across multiple hardware and operating system platforms/environments.
  • Knowledge of and experience utilizing assessment management and accountability software within a variety of academic disciplines within the health professions field
  • Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research design sufficient to fulfill job responsibilities
  • Knowledge of current techniques and procedures used in the design and development of curriculum
  • Good computer (Microsoft office) and presentation skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both oral and written; research, develop, present, and promote projects
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and privacy.
  • Ability to prioritize and organize numerous and varied assignments.
  • High-energy, versatile, self-directed.