Provide effective support to the Dean for Medical Education in helping to set, define, and implement the strategic direction of the Pritzker School of Medicine, including identifying key priorities and working collaboratively to develop plans to achieve key outcomes, metrics and goals.
Provide operational oversight of the Pritzker School of Medicine through supervision of the key teams which contribute to the mission of the medical school to inspire diverse students of exceptional promise to become leaders and innovators in science and medicine for the betterment of humanity, including admissions/financial aid, curriculum, multicultural affairs, and student affairs/programs (25 FTE).
Provide operational oversight of the Pritzker School of Medicine through supervision of central administrative functions, including budget, communications, data analysis, human resources, information technology, and space. Ensure that key reporting mechanisms are provided for external (AAMC, LCME, USNWR, etc.) and internal (Board of Trustees, etc.) audiences.
Work with faculty and staff leaders to create innovations in medical education curriculum, technology, and student support to enhance the Pritzker School of Medicineâ™s role in the forefront of medical education. Work with faculty and staff to articulate competitive differences, strengths, and key outcomes for programs.
Collaborate with key offices and ensure that the medical schoolâ™s priorities and goals are meet effectively, including the BSD Budget Office, University Registrar, University Compliance, BSD and University Human Resources, University and Medical Center, University and BSD Diversity and Inclusion, Legal, BSD Development and Alumni Affairs, etc.
Manages employees through subordinates, usually other managers. Directs executive and professional degree programming or a program within the unit. Establishes unit marketing, budgeting, student services, and/or other unit functions.
Oversees the creation of new programs and/or the enhancement of existing programs.
Contributes to the development of program or unit strategy ensuring alignment to program or unit goals and objectives.
Provides leadership to managers and other professional staff.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masterâ™s degree in a field of study relevant to medical education.
10 years of experience in an academic environment.
The successful employee must possess sound judgment and tact in handling confidential issues in working with faculty and administrative staff.
Proven ability to manage teams (including performance management and goal setting, professional development, etc.), implement and evaluate new programs, and manage resources (people, space, budget).
Must have proven record of excellent professional judgment.
High level of both verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to execute effective presentations.
Proven ability to set and maintain a standard for a high volume of productivity in a fast paced environment and be able to meet deadlines.
Must possess outstanding strategic leadership skills, supervisory and interpersonal skills, budget and project management skills.
Must have expert knowledge of issues related to medical education.
Must be problem-solver and effective communicator, able to maintain confidentiality, manage stressful situations, and work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Demonstrated commitment to the highest standards of integrity in working with faculty, staff, applicants, students, and alumni.
Must have the ability to travel to various sites on and off campus (BSLC, UChicago Medicine, campus offices) as well as outside travel on behalf of the medical school.
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