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Director-College of Medicine-Admin

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University of Tennessee

Memphis, TN, US

1 month ago
full-time
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Qualification

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Health or related field. EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of progressive managerial experience, preferably in higher education; OR Master’s Degree and three (3) years of progressive managerial experience, preferably in higher education. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively (both written and oral) with executives, researchers, vendors, and employees. Demonstrated understanding of management issues in a highly complex educational and research environment. Demonstrated senior-level ability to define issues, strategically plan options, and devise and implement workable solutions. Demonstrated skills and experience in human resources management. Demonstrated senior-level leadership, strategic partnership, and negotiation skills. Strong financial and analytical expertise in budget, forecasting, development, and management. In-depth understanding of regulations applicable to sponsored programs

Responsibility

JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The Director of the College of Medicine plans, implements, and directs the administrative and fiscal functions of the Office of Faculty Affairs and the administrative functions in the Office of Access and Engagement in the College of Medicine. This position serves as central resource on all faculty related matters in the College of Medicine academic units. Defines performance expectations for all financial and administrative functions for the offices of Faculty Affairs and Office of Access and Engagement in the College of Medicine in collaboration with college senior, associate dean, and other leaders. Advises and consults with associate deans on strategic and operational planning issues related to faculty hiring and development; analyzes operations and opportunities for future direction and/or improvement in faculty recruiting. Directs and processes tasks related to faculty support, compensation, budgeting, purchasing, payments, contracts, and other administrative duties. Ensures compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and university policies associated with faculty hiring and promotion. Collaborates with offices of Admissions, Student Affairs, Medical Education, GME, Staff and Alumni to align administrative functions for Faculty Affairs and Access and Engagement. Participates on interdepartmental committees to address problems, identify, and share best practices, and facilitate information exchange; prepares and presents operational reports. Strategizes with upper-level college leaders to maximize best use of resources for faculty hiring and retention. Establishes and maintains service standards and metrics for responsible departments and monitors over time. Participates in assigned committees, trains college staff, and review/develop correspondence for the Executive Dean as needed for Faculty Affairs duties. Review and edits College of Medicine bylaws as needed. Manages administrative coordinators. Performs other related duties as assigned. May require occasional overnight travel

Job Description

Description

JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The Director of the College of Medicine plans, implements, and directs the administrative and fiscal functions of the Office of Faculty Affairs and the administrative functions in the Office of Access and Engagement in the College of Medicine. This position serves as central resource on all faculty related matters in the College of Medicine academic units. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Defines performance expectations for all financial and administrative functions for the offices of Faculty Affairs and Office of Access and Engagement in the College of Medicine in collaboration with college senior, associate dean, and other leaders. Advises and consults with associate deans on strategic and operational planning issues related to faculty hiring and development; analyzes operations and opportunities for future direction and/or improvement in faculty recruiting. Directs and processes tasks related to faculty support, compensation, budgeting, purchasing, payments, contracts, and other administrative duties. Ensures compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and university policies associated with faculty hiring and promotion. Collaborates with offices of Admissions, Student Affairs, Medical Education, GME, Staff and Alumni to align administrative functions for Faculty Affairs and Access and Engagement. Participates on interdepartmental committees to address problems, identify, and share best practices, and facilitate information exchange; prepares and presents operational reports. Strategizes with upper-level college leaders to maximize best use of resources for faculty hiring and retention. Establishes and maintains service standards and metrics for responsible departments and monitors over time. Participates in assigned committees, trains college staff, and review/develop correspondence for the Executive Dean as needed for Faculty Affairs duties. Review and edits College of Medicine bylaws as needed. Manages administrative coordinators. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Health or related field. (TRANSCRIPT REQUIRED) EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of progressive managerial experience, preferably in higher education; OR Master’s Degree and three (3) years of progressive managerial experience, preferably in higher education. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: · Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively (both written and oral) with executives, researchers, vendors, and employees. · Demonstrated understanding of management issues in a highly complex educational and research environment. · Demonstrated senior-level ability to define issues, strategically plan options, and devise and implement workable solutions. · Demonstrated skills and experience in human resources management. · Demonstrated senior-level leadership, strategic partnership, and negotiation skills. · Strong financial and analytical expertise in budget, forecasting, development, and management. · In-depth understanding of regulations applicable to sponsored programs. WORK SCHEDULE: This position may occasionally be required to work evenings and weekends. May require occasional overnight travel.