Position Announcements

The following announcements in the areas of health professions advising, private industry and administration are posted here as a service to the respective search committees and NAAHP membership. It is the responsibility of the sponsoring committee to send notification once a search has been closed. Each posting will be listed for no longer than approximately three months.

Please complete the online position announcement submission form if there is a health professions advising position you would like added to the position announcements below. If you have any issues, please contact Sam Shafer at sshafer@naahp.org. Please keep in mind that only positions related to the field of health professions advising are added to the announcements on this page.

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Academic Partnerships Supervisor - AltaMed - Los Angeles, CA 90040 - Monday, December 10, 2018

Job Description:

      Under the guidance of the Manager of Workforce Development, the Supervisor of Academic Partnerships will manage all academic partnerships in order to prepare underrepresented and diverse students for health professions careers and to meet the organizations strategic workforce needs. The Supervisor of Academic Partnerships will be the lead liaison to sustain and create new relationships with academic institutions to create clinical and non-clinical experiential learning opportunities for pre-health professions students with a special emphasis on nursing. The Supervisor will be responsible for developing, managing, and implementing the programming of all Teaching Institution Agreements, including compliance, evaluation, and placement. The Supervisor will oversee day-to-day staff, intern, and preceptor engagement activities, ensuring compliance. The Supervisor will implement data collection and reporting, and maintain tracking and evaluation of student interns. The Supervisor is responsible to recruit & retain pre-health professions student interns and will be responsible for providing job preparedness and job placement support. The Supervisor will have a dedicated emphasis in developing a nursing workforce pipeline process that leads to full-time employment. The Supervisor will provide efficient, compliant customer service-oriented programs.

      Responsibilities

      • Leads day-to-day management of all academic partnerships, serving as the lead liaison to implement clinical and non-clinical experiential learning opportunities for pre-health professions students with a special emphasis on nursing.
      • Leads day-to-day staff, intern, and preceptor coordination and engagement activities. Ensure service levels are established and achieved according to AltaMed’s values.
      • Oversees and manages staff performance, including hiring, selection, development, and engagement.
      • Works with Nursing Leadership to develop and implement an infrastructure for a formal undergraduate nursing rotations program that prepares students with enhanced skills for their RN role in primary care and meets all grant requirements.
      • Develops a formal pipeline for outreaching to, engaging, and maintaining longitudinal relationships with undergraduate nursing students – starting with outreach and recruitment to fill rotation slots and continuing through to post-graduation employment recruitment – in order to increase the number of RN graduates from partner schools who choose to work in primary care at AltaMed.
      • Will partner with the Learning and Training Department to coordinate the revision and enhancement of the existing didactic curriculum for partner nursing schools Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Associate Degree in Nursing Programs to include comprehensive material covering emerging RN roles in primary care, including population health management, case management, discharge planning, and chronic disease management, quality management, and telehealth.
      • Leads day-to-day operations of talent acquisition program for workforce pipeline target populations including recruitment, selection, on/off boarding, placement and linkage to job placement. Support Medical Education UGME & GME programs. Ensures compliance.
      • Supports Manager as liaison with Talent Acquisition on Talent Ready prospects and recruitment activities. Implements recruitment activities with academic partners.
      • Oversee preceptor recruitment, site assignments and scheduling and acknowledgement of preceptor responsibilities.
      • Assists Manager and peers in collaboration with departments to understand their intern and employment needs. Assist in coordinating and executing the fulfilment of those needs.
      • Manage and nurture relationships with preceptors, academic partner career centers, and students.
      • Assist Manager to expand our brand and strategic partnerships through recommendation and implementation of scholarships and sponsorships. Oversee deliverables.
      • Manage and implement the programming of all Teaching Institution Agreements, including compliance, evaluation, reporting, and placement.
      • Performs non-clinical supervision of the students on placement including but not limited to time and attendance, professionalism and behavior.
      • Works with the Workforce Development Manager, Development and Grants Management to provide fiscal and compliance required data and reports that support funding opportunities and budget development for pipeline programs, and demonstrate a return on investment.
      • Prepares monthly productivity reports for the Manager and supports the development of expansion plans. Implements data collection and reporting, and maintains tracking and evaluation.
      • Participates in program audits and site visits and ensures compliance with Department of Labor and all applicable laws, policies and guidelines. Includes coordination of audit preparation and development of performance enhancement plans and corrective action plans.
      • Evaluates and assesses programs and ensures that productivity meets program standards, making adjustments as necessary.
      • Manages the delivery of accurate, timely, and responsive customer services.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college of university program in Business Administration, Public Health, Health Administration, School Counseling, Social Work, Nursing, or other related health or social science field.
    • 2 years of experience with workforce development or student recruiting programs with an emphasis on nursing programs and clinical placements.
    • Minimum of 1 years of supervisory experience in an educational, health or social services setting.

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master's Degree.
    • Experience as a recruiter or in talent acquisition.
    • Bilingual: English/Spanish/Mandarin/Cantonese.

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Medical School Admissions Coordinator - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - New York, NY - Monday, December 3, 2018

Job Description:

    • Assist with the coordination of activities associated with the recruitment, screening, interviewing, and selection process.
    • Collaborate with the Medical School Admissions team in operationalizing strategic admissions and recruitment initiatives.
    • Collaborate with the Assistant Directors of Admissions and Admissions team to ensure applicants submit necessary application material and assist with the review of admissions applications required for completion of file.
    • Assist in the coordination of communications to and updates from FlexMed accepted students.
    • Update the FlexMed tracking database on a timely basis.
    • Track and compile pre-matriculation and retention data for reports.
    • Serve as main point of contact for FlexMed admitted student inquiries, providing students with information, outreach, support, and advisement.
    • Prepare material for bi-annual FlexMed student progress meetings.
    • Collaborate with admissions, enrollment services, and student affairs to advise students and ensure smooth transition to ISMMS.
    • Responsible for informing and advising FlexMed accepted students of options to satisfy pre-matriculation program requirements; respond to and address inquiries regarding curricular options; and support students in successful completion of program requirements.
    • Assist with the coordination of interview days, committee meetings, and admission decision meetings as needed.
    • Participate in recruitment and yield initiatives for Medical Education Admissions.
    • Communicate with undergraduate pre-health advisors and staff to assist in general advising for the application process and pre-matriculation stage of the FlexMed program.
    • Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree required.
    • 1- 2 years experience in advising, admissions, or student affairs in higher education.
    • Ability to provide high quality service and handle multiple priorities with confidence and poise in a fast-paced environment.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy.
    • Ability to work effectively as a member of a team as well as independently;
    • Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets, and databases;
    • Ability to become proficient with the use of admissions information system and student information system.

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Online Graduate Admissions Recruiter Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science - Chicago - Monday, December 3, 2018

Job Description:

    • Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Admissions and Enrollment the Online Graduate Admissions Recruiter will manage the development, coordination and performance of admissions activities and other specialized online recruitment activities including:
      • Webinars, Open House programs, Information sessions or other relevant initiatives as well as counsel prospective students.
      • Speak to students to understand their life experiences, goals and aspirations.
      • Accurately and fully explain our educational programs, expected outcomes, student services, and financial information to students, parents, and educators.
      • Promptly respond to and effectively manage prospective student inquiries while utilizing approved policies and formats.
      • Secure new inquiries by asking prospective or newly enrolled students to refer others who may be interested in our programs.
      • Participate in admissions activities such as online program meetings, admissions training sessions, interdepartmental meetings, and more.
      • Maintain consistent follow up with prospects via email, phone, and video conferencing.
      • Develop relationships with clinical program to attract clinical affiliates to online programs.
      • Perform other appropriate duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Admissions and Enrollment.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Ability to work independently
    • Ability to travel extensively, locally and nationally
    • Outstanding organizational and networking skills
    • Ability to give interactive and engaging verbal presentations to large and small groups of various age ranges
    • Marketing and public relations experience helpful Ability to work with diverse student populations
    • Ability to work with diverse student populations
    • Exemplary skills in verbal, written and personal communications
    • Knowledge of current trends, issues, and policies affecting students
    • Ability to analyze complex issues and develop appropriate goals and strategies for solution
    • Knowledge of applicable University, state, and federal laws, regulations, policies, and procedures
    • Strong judgment, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
    • Proficiency and knowledge of personal computer applications and applicable information technology applications for Student Affairs administration
    • Minimum Qualifications:

        • Bachelor's degree.
        • 1-2 years' experience in online program admissions

      Preferred Qualifications:

        • Masters Degree
        • Knowledge of admissions and recruiting strategies and legal and ethical considerations in enrollment
        • Experience with admissions management software

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Admissions Counselor - Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science - North Chicago, IL - Monday, December 3, 2018

Job Description:

    • Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Admissions and Enrollment, the Admissions Counselor will manage the development, coordination and performance of admissions activities and other specialized on-campus activities.
    • Counsel and assist prospective students with the admissions process;
    • Assist in conducting small-group and individual prospective student visits and conduct tours of the university;
    • Coordinate applicant interview days;
    • Develop and manage relationships with health professions advisors and guidance counselors of colleges and high schools to promote referral of prospective students;
    • Attend on- and off-campus recruitment events, open house and prospective student programs and admitted student programs;
    • Maintain consistent follow up with prospective students, applicants and admitted students via email. telephone and in person;
    • Attend professional conferences and meetings on- and off-campus;
    • Manage prospective student, applicant and admitted student databases and create prospective student applicant and admitted student data reports;
    • Will have specific duties related to the creation, maintenance, and analysis of the communication flow within the customer relations management system (CRM);
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Admissions and Enrollment.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree.
    • 1-2 years in admissions and recruitment.
    • Must achieve a background check clearance.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Ability to travel extensively, locally and nationally.
    • Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail.
    • Ability to conduct interactive and engaging presentations to large and small groups of various age ranges.
    • Knowledge of admissions and recruitment strategies and legal and ethical considerations regarding enrollment.
    • Ability to work with diverse populations, including students, faculty, alumni and staff populations.
    • Knowledge of current trends, issues and policies affecting students.
    • Proficiency and knowledge of Microsoft Office and application s data bases.

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Masters Degree.
    • 1-2 years in admissions and recruitment in a health professional program.
    • Marketing.. communications. prior CRM experience. and public relations experience.

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Pre-Medical and Allied Health Coordinator - University of Massachusetts Boston - Boston, MA - Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Job Description:

      The overall goal of the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) Student Success Center (SSC) is to enhance advising in the academic home of CSM students, to increase the number of places that a student can find guidance and support, and to do so in a network of partnerships, so as to improve student retention and reduce time to graduation. The mission of the Pre-Medical and Allied Health Coordinator includes supporting CSM faculty in implementing major/pre-med program-specific advising procedures and policies, effectively communicating said procedures and policies to the Pre-medical and Allied health students in order to support students in attaining their educational and career goals. Thus, the specifics of Pre-Medical and Allied Health Coordinator interactions

      The Pre-Medical and Allied Health Coordinator will serve as an integral part of the CSM Student Success Center team. The incumbent will coordinate all Pre-Medical and Allied Health advising and programmatic activities including academic advising, graduate school application process and community programming; and will be responsible for continuing a proactive, developmental advising culture in order to provide to students guidance based on theories and knowledge of teaching, learning and human development, reflective of developmental and demographic profiles of the student population, and responsive to the needs of individuals, special populations, and communities.

      Responsibilities:

      • Serve as the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) Pre-Medical and Allied Health Coordinator, working with students pursuing health-oriented careers; liaise with the Pre-Medical Committee and provide support to students during the application process;
      • Serve as designated academic advisor for all Pre-Medical/Allied Health students and provide support for sections of Science Gateway Seminar related to pre-med/health fields;
      • Collaborate with the CSM Career Specialist in the Office of Career Services and Internships to assist students in finding clinical, research, volunteer or paid experience in the field of health care; plan and execute the annual Health Professions Career Fair;
      • Serve as liaison with student groups, faculty and health profession schools, as well as American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS), American Association of Dental Schools (AADSAS), and Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS);
      • Coordinate workshops, panels, receptions, school visits, and enrichment programs for Pre-Medical/Allied Health students;
      • Collect, compile and present assessment and statistical data to the Dean and other campus constituents on student satisfaction, applications, acceptances, and final school choices;
      • Provide individual (on both walk-in and appointment basis) and group advising for Pre-med and Allied health students served by the Student Success Center, particularly those in the Pre-Medical and Allied Health Freshman Success Communities, on a wide range of academic issues, including degree requirements and the general education curriculum of the university;
      • Participate in New Student Orientation including assisting with Pre-Medical and Allied Health advising and present Advising and Registration sessions, assisting students with making a smooth transition to campus; as well as participating in Open House and Welcome Day sessions;
      • Explain and interpret transfer credit policies and evaluations; assist students with the inter-college transfer process;
      • Use WISER, the degree progress report, and other technological tools to advise students;
      • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

      Master's degree and a minimum of three-five (3-5) years of providing direct student support in higher education is required. Ability to work occasional evenings and/or weekends required.

      Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

      • Proficiency in office software, including Microsoft Office Suite;
      • Knowledge of current student development theory and research;
      • Understanding of professional development needs of science and mathematics students;
      • Understanding of pre-medical curriculum and medical/health-related graduate school admissions process;
      • Proven ability to work with diverse populations;
      • Ability to work independently while adhering to office protocol and maintaining reporting lines;
      • Ability to work creatively and lead and manage new projects;
      • Ability to exercise good judgment in prioritizing tasks and meet deadlines;
      • Ability to collaborate with all levels of employees within an organization;
      • Ability to utilize technology to promote access, efficiency and effectiveness of programs and services offered by the Student Success Center;
      • Ability to analyze information and prepare written reports;
      • Ability to use and understand student success data in advising and program coordination;
      • Ability to plan campus-wide events and provide logistical event oversight;
      • Strong oral and written communication skills;
      • Strong leadership and team building skills;
      • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills;
      • strong commitment to student support and success;
      • Strong commitment to university and student service.

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience with academic programming coordination in a higher education setting is preferred. Prior experience with Pre-Medical advising preferred. Membership in an advising and health professions association, such as National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP), preferred.

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Director of Advising for the College of Natural Sciences - CSUSB - San Bernardino, CA - Monday, November 19, 2018

Job Description:

      The Health Professions Advising Center (HPAC), provides advising and counseling to students on admissions processes and related career issues for medical/health professions schools, and other graduate programs.

      Reporting to and under the general supervision of the College of Natural Sciences (CNS) Dean or designee, the incumbent will perform the following job duties:

    • Coordinate all programs, services and functions for CNS Advising, including CNS Peer Advising Center (PAC), the Health Professions Advising Center (HPAC) and various internal and external grants related to student advising, retention and graduation. This includes supervising professional and peer advisors, and developing and evaluating proactive and innovative advising methods for student success.
    • Grow the HPAC to develop a career services strategy for the program recognizing that pre-health students originate from across all CSUSB Colleges.
    • Create and oversee the maintenance of a database that tracks students who use the center as well as their graduation and placement successes. This will include updating and modifying the database as appropriate and connecting with the career center and alumni association.
    • Support a diverse student body by decreasing any achievement gaps among various student populations, and increasing graduation rates of all students including transfer students.
    • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with CNS department chairs and faculty advisers, advisers at the Palm Desert Campus, Undergraduate Studies, and the Career Center.
    • Ensure that HPAC assists students in identifying their career goals as well as helping them to create a time line of courses to complete in order to attain their goal(s).
    • Coordinate the health professions letter of evaluation service for students applying to health professions graduate school, which includes interviewing students and writing summary letters for those who are applying to programs that request committee letters of reference; review and critique application materials including personal statements, secondary application essays, and other application documents.
    • Collaborate with student pre-health groups including AMSA (American Medical Students Association) and SOMA (Student Osteopathic Medicine Association), Pre-Dental, and Pre-Pharmacy clubs; and speak to classes, clubs, or outside organizations regarding the advising center to help build awareness.
    • Review and assess difficult individual, group or organizational problems, develop and recommend courses of action, and implement proposed solutions both within the College of Natural Sciences, and across majors from all other Colleges.
    • Independently plan and organize work requirements and tasks to be accomplished by staff and student peer advisors, including: determining work priorities, analyzing appropriate data, selecting desired methodology from alternative approaches, handling unusual situations without advice or instruction, solving problems and making decisions which have impact on the work of others and the College of Natural Sciences.
    • Maintain a database for job shadowing and career opportunities for students pursuing a career in the health professions, from student and community initial inquiry through completion of the internship.
    • Develop and facilitate the internship orientation along with workshops for those applying to health professions graduate programs.
    • Coordinate employer information sessions throughout the academic year.
    • Work collaboratively with graduate and professional school recruiters, travel to visit health professions programs, and attend health profession related conferences.
    • The incumbent will be expected to keep abreast of national and local statistical information on admission to the health admission trends. Coordination of current articulation programs with Western University of Health Sciences (Bio2Med Program, Pharmacy Pipeline) and cultivation of the development of additional articulation programs with Western University as well as other institutions are also within the scope of the position.
    • Respond to student grade grievances and assist other student disciplinary related issues within the College of Natural Sciences.
    • Assist with special projects, prepare grant proposals, and facilitate planning of annual CSUSB Pre-professional Conference with annual attendance of approximately 500-1000 students.
    • Provide oversight of the CNS advising centers websites, and create online event registrations for students.
    • The incumbent will lead staff meetings, mentor staff individually, and provide professional development activities for CNS advising staff. A variety of additional activities include assisting with Summer Orientation and Registration (SOAR), transfer day, CSUSB Open House, Military Roundtable, key College taskforces, and other recruiting and recognition activities as they arise.
    • The incumbent will perform other related duties assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university in a related field including upper division or graduate course work in counseling techniques, interviewing and conflict resolution where such are job related.
    • A Master's degree in Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Social Work or a job-related field may be substituted for one year of professional experience. A doctorate degree and the appropriate internship or clinical training in counseling, guidance or a job-related field may be substituted for two years of the required professional experience for positions with a major responsibility for professional, personal or career counseling. A degree in Educational Counseling or Higher Education with a background in STEM and/or health-related fields is preferred. Candidates with a degree in a STEM or health-related field and a background in professional advising and/or counseling will also be considered. Upper division or graduate course work in counseling techniques, interviewing and conflict resolution are recommended.
    • Minimum of four years of progressively responsible professional student services work experience which includes experience in advising students individually and in groups, and in analysis and resolution of complex student services problems.
    • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective, cooperative working relationships.
    • Experience with direct supervision of staff, dealing with confidential and sensitive personnel matters, and completing assignments through leadership.
    • Thorough knowledge of the policies, procedures and practices of professional school applications, ability to assimilate and retain large volumes of information on health professions schools, standardized tests such as the MCAT and DAT, and admissions trends, or have the ability to quickly acquire such knowledge along with general knowledge of the policies, practices and activities of Student Services programs related to advising and careers.
    • General knowledge of organizational, personnel and fiscal management, along with general knowledge of statistical and research activities in which pre-professional undergraduates would engage.
    • Ability to plan, coordinate and initiate actions necessary to implement administrative or group decisions or recommendations.
    • Ability to analyze and define complex organizational, policy or procedural problems, collect and evaluate data, draw valid conclusions and project consequences of various alternative courses of action.

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Database and website management skills.
    • Experience with working internships, career, and/or advising programs in a graduate and professional school setting.
    • Experience including working with premedical; pre-dental; pre-veterinary and other pre-health professions.

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Asst Provost & AVP for Faculty Diversity & Recruitment - RIT - Rochester, NY - Monday, November 19, 2018

Job Description:

    Networking and Outreach

    • Serves as a resource to identify AALANA and women candidates for consideration for faculty openings across the various colleges at RIT, including PhD and post-terminal degree candidates as appropriate.
    • Collaborates, as needed, with the Division of Diversity and Inclusion Marketing Team to develop marketing assets, website information and outreach specifically targeting AALANA and women recruitment efforts.
    • Identifies and attends seminars, conferences and association meetings with the specific purpose of developing pipelines of AALANA and women candidates and/or identifying AALANA and women candidates for consideration and placement at RIT.

    Office of Faculty Diversity and Recruitment

    • Provides fiscal and administrative oversight regarding annual budget development and reporting.
    • Oversees day-to-day budget management.
    • Supervises administrative and program staff.
    • Develops and refines a comprehensive vision of campus faculty diversity and generate long and short-range goals, strategies, and structures to attract, promote and retain faculty.
    • Provides strategic planning and influences policy development.
    • Assists in research and formulation of policies impacting institution’s recruitment and retention of faculty.
    • Works with deans, academic faculty senate and other groups to encourage collaborative and cross-institutional faculty orientation, mentoring and development programs as requested.

    Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP)

    • Offers a three and a half day, all-expense paid, professional career development and talent acquisition program that may serve as a bridge into the professoriate for historically underrepresented faculty of color (AALANA) and women.
    • Informs a vast number of faculty of color and PhD students of color about the program to enable discovery of the brightest talent while at the same time discovering the unique multicultural experiences of the Rochester community.
    • Collaborates with deans of the colleges within the university who engage future faculty participants in discussions about their academic work and career interests.
    • Provides a platform for the faculty to share RIT’s teaching and research agenda and to dialogue on current open and anticipated faculty positions.

    External relations, partnership development and engagement

    • Represents the University in discussions of faculty and institutional diversity in the national higher education community; participate in outreach programs to engage diverse local, state, and regional communities and partnerships.
    • Develops on-going working relationships with outside universities and associations that graduate and support placement of AALANA and women PhD candidates in order to ensure they are presented for review by search committees for current and future openings, with an emphasis on tenure track opportunities.

    Faculty Affairs

    • Brokers credible external education for academic faculty search committees, engages in active recruiting best practices to broaden faculty applicant pools, training, and works to increase retention within underrepresented populations of minorities and women.
    • Oversees and monitors the NTID Faculty Recruitment position and engages in overall collaboration with the NTID Office of Diversity and Inclusion
    • Oversees the Request for Proposal process for RIT Future Faculty Fellowship program, which is an extension of the FFCEP initiative, and supports marketing and outreach for applications; supports recommendations for professional development plans.
    • Supports development and administering of the annual New Faculty Orientation and university wide Mentoring Program and other career development programs.

    Provide support to the AALANA Faculty Advisory Council (AFAC), the Faculty Associate for AALANA Faculty and the Faculty Associate for Women Faculty

    • Researches in the field of best practices and education.
    • Serves as diversity advocate to tenure and promotion committees.
    • Apprises of network opportunities for seed and grant monies and other means that can help effect change where needed.
    • Works with deans and associate deans to ensure that the faculty expectations are clear for the faculty.

    Manage partnership with nine colleges and two Centers’ College Liaisons who serve as deans’ designees in directing department faculty diversity and search committee process:

    • Serves as diversity advocate by ensuring equity and fairness are demonstrated throughout the search committee process.
    • Develops a comprehensive set of recruitment documents that include information about RIT and our commitment to diversity and pluralism; provides description of faculty research activities, grant and contract funding received by all faculty.
    • List opportunities available for departmental peer mentoring and collaborative opportunities, and list articles and information featuring historically underrepresented faculty and their success, serving as a marketing tool for prospects.
    • Coordinates college efforts regarding AALANA and women outreach activities including the annual FFCEP, Future Faculty Fellows and Operation Outreach.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in higher education administration, communication, leadership or related field required; doctoral degree preferred.
    • 5-10 years of experience working successfully and increasingly responsible experience at a senior level in higher education.
    • A distinguished record of experience as a leader, advocate, change agent in academic setting.
    • Experience in faculty affairs and faculty development.
    • Working knowledge of AA/EEO -requirements
    • Demonstrated experience working with multiple internal and external constituencies in setting agendas and implementing alliances.
    • Extensive travel is required at 40-50%.

Skills:

    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with both faculty members and administrators.
    • Possess an entrepreneurial spirit.
    • Effective interpersonal skills, including diplomacy, discretion, and tact.
    • Demonstrated experience building relationships and leading teams.
    • Knowledge of major academic and diversity issues facing universities, and a strong vision for and commitment to diversity endeavors in a large, private research university.

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Director of Advising - Colorado State University - Fort Collins, CO - Monday, November 5, 2018

Job Description:

      The Director of Advising is responsible for the large scale strategic visioning, supervision, administrative and budget oversight, designing programs, and evaluation of Undeclared student advising which averages (approximately 2700 students per year) and Health Profession Advising (25% of incoming freshmen express interest). The Director takes responsibility for building a positive culture around advising, developing and promoting effective advising practices guided by best practices, assessing learning outcomes and institutional data. Additionally, the Director supports unit growth and enrichment that align with the University’s Strategic Plan, diversity goals, Principles of Community, and Student Success Initiatives.

      Student Achievement has been a leader for advising across campus for decades, reporting to both the VPUA and the VPSA, and is appointed to collaboratively lead a number of campus-wide programs and initiatives including leadership for campus-wide support for advisors to implement student success initiatives that promote student retention and graduation, share university updates that pertain to advising, and provide resources such as training and websites.

      The position is a 12 month, full-time, Administrative Professional position and reports to the Executive Director of the Collaborative for Student Achievement.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree required
    • Minimum 7 years academic advising experience in a higher education setting with knowledge of advising standards, best practices, and trends
    • Demonstrated experience and commitment to diversity and inclusiveness, experience working with students from diverse backgrounds

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Knowledge of decision making processes on a large university campus
    • Ability to provide vision and leadership to the University advising community
    • Understanding of undergraduate education and undergraduate planning and implementation
    • Developed abilities supervising and evaluating professional staff (through experience and/or training)
    • Knowledge of decision-making processes on a large university campus
    • Ability to collaborate and serve in a leadership capacity on campus-wide committees and outside organizations
    • Demonstrated ability to plan, coordinate, prioritize, and effectively execute multiple initiatives, programs, and events
    • Experience resolving complex issues, proposing and implementing change
    • Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with academic and student support leaders
    • Demonstrated ability to make data-informed decisions or use assessment to guide practices
    • Excellent communication skills, including interpersonal communication skills, presentation and writing skills
    • Proven ability to utilize technology to promote academic advising
    • Affiliation with NACADA, The Global Community for Academic Advising

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Family Medicine Faculty, Combd. Hospital/Outpatient Clinic - University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT - Monday, October 29, 2018

Job Description:

      Family Medicine Physician Clinical Faculty Combined Hospital/Outpatient Clinic We invite you to join the multidisciplinary faculty of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine in the School of Medicine, University of Utah. We are expanding our clinical and educational programs in the Division of Family Medicine. This position involves direct patient care in a high-acuity academic inpatient setting and in our family medicine outpatient clinics. You will be joining a strong family medicine faculty group and have opportunities for teaching family medicine residents, medical students, and other health science trainees.

      Responsibilities

      • 50% FTE – Inpatient care on the University of Utah Hospital hospitalist team
      • 30-40% FTE – Outpatient care at our faculty/resident ambulatory clinics •
      • 10-20% FTE – Other education and scholarship

      The vision of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine is “Expanding the Possibilities of Health.” We are a strong multi-disciplinary department committed to diversity and inclusion, and to excellence in our core missions of clinical care, education, research and scholarship, and community engagement. The University of Utah is internationally known for its innovative programs in the transformation of health care. We invite you to explore the quality of life in Salt Lake City, the growing capital of our increasingly diverse state. We enjoy rich cultural opportunities in our urban core, along with unparalleled access to the outdoors.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Board certification by The American Board of Family Medicine
    • Unrestricted Utah State medical license

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience in clinical medicine, teaching and scholarship

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Family Medicine with OB Physician Faculty - The University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT - Monday, October 29, 2018

Job Description:

      Family Medicine with OB Physician Faculty The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Division of Family Medicine, is looking for outstanding physician educators to join our multi-disciplinary faculty. We are committed to excellence in patient care, the highest standard of training for medical students and residents, and participation in multi-disciplinary scholarship. If you share this passion for excellence, we invite you to become an integral part of our Family Medicine faculty team.

    • 10% FTE - Education and scholarship
      • Scholarly projects
      • Teaching in didactic and small group formats
      • Mentorship and evaluation of residents
    • 10% FTE - Clinic attending of residents
    • 80% FTE - Direct patient care activities Obstetrics practice is required with this position.
    • Clinical resources include:
      • In-house back up from the University of Utah Department of OB-GYN
      • Manageable call schedules
      • Favorable malpractice environment

      The vision of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine is “Expanding the Possibilities of Health.” We are a strong multi-disciplinary department committed to diversity and inclusion, and to excellence in our core missions of clinical care, education, research and scholarship, and community engagement. The University of Utah is internationally known for its innovative programs in the transformation of health care. We invite you to explore the quality of life in Salt Lake City, the growing capital of our increasingly diverse state. We enjoy rich cultural opportunities in our urban core, along with unparalleled access to the outdoors.

      The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, status as a person with a disability, genetic information, or Protected Veteran status. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. To inquire about the University’s nondiscrimination or affirmative action policies or to request disability accommodation, please contact: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Circle, Rm 135, (801) 581-8365.

      The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • Board certification by The American Board of Family Medicine
    • Unrestricted Utah State medical license
    • Experience in clinical medicine, teaching and scholarship is preferred

Click here to apply.

 

Physician Assistant Faculty - University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT - Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Job Description:

      The Division of Physician Assistant Studies in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine is seeking exceptional candidates for faculty positions at the Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor rank. Specific rank and track (i.e. tenure, lecturer, or clinical track) are dependent upon qualifications. We seek applications from exceptional individuals in the areas of health services research, health systems research, and health/medical education. Qualified individuals with expertise in community-engaged research, quantitative methods, interprofessional medical education, and Physician Assistant education and/or workforce research are strongly encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will have experience in PA curriculum assessment and accreditation.

      This faculty position will provide opportunities for involvement in PA student education, investigation, administration/service, and clinical care. Candidates should possess a terminal degree in a health related field from an accredited institution of higher education. Candidates interested in positions at the Associate or Professor ranks are expected to have a track record of obtaining extramural funding to advance their research program.

      The responsibilities of this position will primarily be to conduct and seek extramural funding for innovative and original research around health/healthcare, PA and interprofessional medical education, and PA health workforce. Additionally, the faculty member will participate in the admissions process, masters project advising, program evaluation and planning as well as advisement and assessment of students in the didactic and clinical phases of the curriculum.

      Faculty rank and salary level is competitive and commensurate with experience. Applicants with clinical degrees must be board eligible or certified in their respective specialty. The position offers opportunity to collaborate with teams of successful researchers in the division and department as well as in the University of Utah Health Sciences.

      The University of Utah Health (U of U Health) is a patient focused center distinguished by collaboration, excellence, leadership, and respect. The U of U Health candidates who are committed to fostering and furthering the culture of compassion, collaboration, innovation, accountability, diversity, integrity, quality, and trust that is integral to our mission.

      The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, status as a person with a disability, genetic information, or Protected Veteran status. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. To inquire about the University’s nondiscrimination or affirmative action policies or to request disability accommodation, please contact: Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Circle, Rm 135, (801) 581-8365.

      The University of Utah values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds, and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.

Minimum Qualifications:

      Candidates should possess a terminal degree in a health related field from an accredited institution of higher education. Candidates interested in positions at the Associate or Professor ranks are expected to have a track record of obtaining extramural funding to advance their research program.

Preferred Qualifications:

      We seek applications from exceptional individuals in the areas of health services research, health systems research, and health/medical education. Qualified individuals with expertise in community-engaged research, quantitative methods, interprofessional medical education, and Physician Assistant education and/or workforce research are strongly encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will have experience in PA curriculum assessment and accreditation.

Click here to apply.

Candidates should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae along with the completed application.

Please contact Melissa Husebye, at melissa.husebye@hsc.utah.edu with any questions regarding this posting.

 

Pre-Health Adviser - University of the Pacific - Stockton, California - Monday, October 22, 2018

Job Description:

      Provide advising for pre-health-interested students regarding academic requirements, co-curricular requirements, and professional school requirements as well as support for students and alumni who apply for professional health programs; maintain robust online repository of information about careers in health and allied health professions and organize correlated programming.

      Reporting:
      The Pre-Health Adviser reports to the new Director of the Academic Advising & Student Success Center, with a dotted line to the Assistant Vice President and Executive Director for Career Development.

    Essential Functions:

    • Advise students and recent graduates who express interest in exploring, preparing for, and pursuing careers in the health professions.
    • Provide individual and small group career advising for pre-health-interested students.
    • Plan, facilitate, and evaluate topically relevant programming and workshops (e.g., guest speakers, alumni panels, career-focused symposia) in collaboration with the Career Resources Center (CRC) and faculty in health-related fields.
    • Collaborate with CRC on planning and leading off-campus treks and site visits; collaborate with CRC staff on cultivating opportunities for students to explore avenues for internships and volunteer experience in health-related fields.
    • Establish relationships with and engage alumni and friends of Pacific who work in the health professions; collaborate with Alumni Relations and CRC on these efforts.
    • Help students prepare for the application process to graduate and professional school in health-related fields.
    • Promote opportunities to engage with recruiters from health-related professions.
    • Serve as the official pre-med advisor for undergraduates at Pacific; collaborate with faculty advisers for Pre-Dent, Pre-Pharmacy and Pre-Physical Therapy and Pre-Physician Assistant programs; collaborate with faculty advisers to support academic and pre-professional advising for other health professions.
    • Establish relationships with and engage faculty and other campus community stakeholders in development of programming, resources, and advising support for pre-health students.
    • Maintain a Pre-Health Professions website with the assistance of the Undergraduate Education department’s webmaster with robust digital resources for students.
    • Participate in advising events hosted by the Academic Advising and Student Success Center staff as well as orientation as requested.
    • Visit medical and other professional health schools/programs and attend appropriate annual conferences (e.g., national and regional meetings of the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions) to remain current in best-practices pre-health advising.
    • Collaborate with National Scholarship/Fellowship Adviser to advise students and alumni interested in applying for science-related fellowships (e.g., the Goldwater Scholarship).
    • Proactively distribute messaging/marketing about pre-health advising and programming opportunities to undergraduate population holistically.
    • Performs other essential duties and tasks specific to the position and as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

    • M.A. or M.S. degree and at least three (3) years of experience in a health professions field, career advising for health professions students, or related field.
    • Incumbent must be interested in and committed to working with a talented, diverse, and high-achieving community of undergraduate students. Prior experience planning events, leading groups, and building relationships and collaborating with diverse stakeholders (on- and off-campus) is strongly preferred.
    • Applicants must have prior experience coaching students on seeking and securing internships and full-time positions in the health professions, as well as applying to graduate school, medical school, dental school, and other health-related professional programs.

Preferred Qualifications:

    • Experience using CRM, CMS, social media to support advising, student record keeping and data development, and leverage events to generate broad awareness of pre-health advising opportunities.

Click here to apply.

 

Health Professions Advising Coordinator - George Mason University - Fairfax, VA - Monday, October 22, 2018

Job Description:

    • Advising and Coordinating Responsibilities
      • Serve as knowledgeable and skilled health professions advisor for students interested in fields such as medicine, podiatry, optometry, dentistry, veterinary, pharmacy, allied health programs such as physical and occupational therapy, physician assistant, athletic training, therapeutic recreation as well as other health professions schools.
      • Provide individual, walk-in and group advising to the pre-health students; create model of differentiated service options based on student needs.
      • Advise students on strategies for exploring academic and career interests, academic planning and preparing with the goal of becoming a competitive applicant for the health professions programs.
      • Advise students regarding their readiness and timing of their pre-health application and how to navigate the application process.
      • Support students during application process including application materials, timelines, admissions tests, personal statements, letters of recommendation, school selection, and interviews.
      • Communicate and collaborate with CAART team colleagues regarding health professions advising, activities and trends.
      • Maintain strong relationships and partnerships with George Mason University academic departments and undergraduate advisors as well as the University Career Service’s industry counselors regarding health professions advising and programming. Establish Health Professions Advisory Board.
      • Maintain active membership in the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP).
      • Coordinate programs to enhance awareness and knowledge of varied health professions fields. Manage communications and event announcements.
      • Coordinate workshops and information sessions for health profession applicants through the application process.
      • Represent CAART at events hosted by Admissions, Orientation, University Career Services, and Academic Departments.
      • Develop and maintain publications, website, listserv and social media.
      • Support health professions student organizations and their faculty/staff advisors.
      • Develop relationships with Admissions Offices and Deans of health professions schools.
      • Represent George Mason University at professional conferences and associations.
      • Assessment and Reporting
        • Maintain accurate records of students’ progress in meeting standards/deadlines regarding applications, admissions and test scores, etc.
        • Report application outcomes and student success profiles.
        • Collect and maintain data pertaining to admission and acceptance rate of George Mason students to health professions programs.

    Minimum Qualifications:

      • Master’s degree required; -Higher education experience in academic advising, teaching, or counseling required;
      • Experience building partnerships with university colleagues and external constituents required.
      • Experience supporting students from a diversity of backgrounds required.

    Preferred Qualifications:

      • All of the minimum qualifications, plus;
      • Education in a science or health-related field preferred.
      • Experience advising or teaching students interested in health professions preferred.
      • Experience in website development and use of social media preferred.

    Click here to apply; reference job number FA547Z.

     

    Health Professions Advisor - Moravian College - Bethlehem, PA - Thursday, March 30, 2017

    Job Description:

      • Advise current students and alumni interested in the health professions regarding admissions requirements, course selection, work and volunteer experience, and the application process, including advising student on career options outside of allied health professions, where appropriate.
      • Chair the Health Professions Advisory Committee and coordinate student applicant interviews, the collection of individual letters of recommendation, and the writing of Committee letters of recommendation. Ensure that the process for applying to medical and professional schools run efficiently and effectively for student applicants.
      • Serve as liaison to the admissions offices at health professional schools to promote the College programs and to gather/disseminate up-to-date information on professional program admissions requirements.
      • Advise and promote the Pre-Health Club and Pre-Med student organization in a manner that increases and supports effective student participation.
      • Facilitate and arrange for development activities for students including mock MCAT or DAT exams, mock interviews, etc.
      • Conduct assessment of the success and weaknesses of the pre-health profession programs and pre-health professions students in terms of success of getting into and performing in post-graduate programs. Work with Student Success team and appropriate departments for continuous improvement in recruiting, retaining, and the preparation of Moravian students interested in health professions.
      • Be able to articulate how a liberal arts education will prepare students for a career in a health profession.
      • Plan informational programming and discussions for current students featuring alumni, admissions officers and faculty from professional schools, and practitioners in the health professions.
      • Arrange visits to professional schools and represent Moravian College at professional development conferences such as the National Association of Advisors for the Health Profession.
      • Work with the Admissions Office to promote the College programs and work with marketing staff and the webmaster to develop appropriate materials for current and prospective students interested in health professions.
      • Participate at Open Houses and other Admissions-related events to promote the pre-health professions programs at Moravian College in a manner that is professional, enthusiastic and welcoming.
      • Develop and promote appropriate internship, externship, observer program, and other experiential learning opportunities for students in the health sciences major, in conjunction with the Center for Career and Civic Engagement and the Director of International Studies.
      • Serve as an instructor of record for HLTH/HLTR 285: Clinical Observer experience and coordinate the St. Luke’s Observer Program. Ensure the placements and experiences align with expectations for internships and perform assessments of sites and the student experiences.
      • Perform other duties as required by the Associate Provost or her/his designee.

    Minimum Qualifications:

      • Master’s required, in a natural or health science field, with a broad knowledge of careers in the natural sciences; or Master’s in higher education, student affairs, education or related field and an undergraduate degree with a major in a natural or health science field.
      • Excellent organizational, written, verbal, and presentation skills are required.
      • Health professions advising experience preferred.
      • Experience with technology and analytics in a student information system, such as Banner, Jenzabar, or PeopleSoft.
      • Ability to work successfully with diverse populations and understand the unique challenges faced by diverse populations.
      • Ability to work a flexible schedule, as needed; this may include occasional work on evenings and weekends.

    Send an email to jobs@moravian.edu with a cover letter, resume, salary history, and three (3) professional references to apply.

     
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