Salary Range: Dependent on qualifications and experience.
The Executive Vice Dean, CEdO, leads the School's education portfolio. In collaboration with other senior leaders, the CEdO will identify opportunities to continually evolve and improve our current curricula, launch new high value degree programs, establish programs to attract and retain students in underserved areas, and launch new digital programming. The CEdO ensures our curricula remain vanguard, socially accountable, inform the wider educational science community, and drive the fiscal strength of the School. The CEdO will bring expertise in advancing equitable practices within the curriculum to reinforce education, science, and health care. The CEdO will provide oversight and development to the leaders of the teams facilitating the School's undergraduate, professional, graduate, global, and continuing education programs. This position also serves as the external face of the UNCESOP education with the university, the state, the nation, and the world.
Consistent with this leadership role, the CEdO will hold the academic title of Professor of the Practice and would be expected to contribute to the teaching and scholarship mission of the School.
Education and Experience:
The incumbent is an experienced leader in health professions education across a variety of academic and non-academic systems. Requisite attributes include demonstrated:
Experience managing operations and financials associated with the launch of new academic programs.
Outstanding academic record with experience as a senior administrator in a school of pharmacy and an academic medical center environment
Outstanding evidence of scholarly contributions to health professions education
Ability to inspire and develop academics, professional staff, practitioners, and students
Experience in global education
Strengths in creating positive organizational behaviors
Skills for working collaboratively, creatively, and constructively with diverse teams to achieve measurable impact
Recognition as a respected member of the global health professions education, practice, accreditation, and research communities
Passion for the transformative power of education to advance medicine for life throughout the world
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
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