New York Medical College Senior Associate Dean, Student Affairs in Valhalla, New York
Senior Associate Dean, Student Affairs
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Title Senior Associate Dean, Student Affairs
Position Type Full-time
Location Valhalla, NY
Department NYMC - Student Affairs
Position Number 2N3992
The Senior Associate Dean will report to the Chancellor/CEO of the College and the Dean of the School of Medicine and will provide leadership and management of the functions, programs and projects of the Office of Student Affairs and its related personnel. The Senior Associate Dean works hand in hand with the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education ensuring that educational programming is consonant with overall student success in completion of the MD program.
The Senior Associate Dean will oversee the International Student and Scholar Advisor whose primary responsibility is the processing all required immigration documentation for the 150 international students and research scholars at the College and to advise them on maintaining legal status for the duration of their programs. The Advisor programs new student orientation and supports all new international arrivals with their cross-cultural adjustment to the campus and greater Westchester area. The Advisor assists fourth year medical students to identify international clinical electives and serves as the liaison for the College’s international medical exchange programs with our overseas partner institutions.
As well, The Senior Associate Dean is a liaison with the student support offices of the Bursar, Office for Student Financial Planning, Student Mental Health and Wellness Services, Student Health Services, Student Housing, Students with Disabilities, Academic Support and International Student Advisor and Scholar.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Counsel and assist medical students with academic problems, problems related to basic science and clinical studies, career decisions, and residency applications.
- Work with medical students to avoid academic problems and assist those who do have them in their resolution
- Work collaboratively with other associate and assistant deans in the medical school to foster a positive learning environment for students
- Provide support for the medical student government and for student extra-curricular activities
- Coordinate the orientation programs for the First and Second Years transition programs. Collaborate on Third and Fourth Years programs
- Coordinate and track all aspects of medical Student’ progress (academic and non-academic) and career planning throughout all four years at NYMC
- Certify students for the ERAS, NRMP and commencement
- Serve as the primary student advocate in the promotion and disciplinary process for students
- Attend meetings of each Advancement Committees (Promotions Committees), serve as liaison between these and concerned medical students, carry out each committee’s recommendations and decisions and keep accurate records of the above, including written communications with concern students about all decisions and recommendations.
- Attend meetings of the Student-Faculty Relations, Student Financial Aid, third-year student liaison committees
- Attend meetings of the education and curriculum committees.
- Provide guidance for the advisory dean program
- Serve as ombudsman between students and administration
- Advise students on research opportunities and coordinate the Student Affairs Summer Research Program and related activities.
- Coordinate the third and fourth year clinical assignment lotteries.
- Participate in the production of and provide leadership and ultimate sign off for the annual Medical Student Performance Evaluations (Dean’s Letters) and other materials related to residency applications.
- Supervision of the visiting student application process (VSAS)and the electronic residency application process (ERAS).
- Collaborate on fourth year planning activities and implement the intramural and extramural elective approval processes.
- Provide leadership in the development and upkeep of the student affairs website, student handbook, and M.D. bulletin.
- Share responsibilities for writing letters of recommendation for, but not limited to: a. residency applications b. transfer applications c. summer fellowships d. scholarship applications e. visiting student electives
- Work with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs for incorporating mentoring and career planning activities throughout the four years of a medical student’s educational experience at the New York Medical College.
- Attend appropriate regional and national meetings.
- Perform such additional duties and services as requested by the Dean of the School of Medicine
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
(A) Education requirement: M.D., Ph.D. or Ed.D., M.B.A., M.P.H. or other relevant graduate degree
(B) Licenses or certifications:
© Technical/computer skills: Proficient with computers including: Information systems/databases, MS Office programs, web-based systems, website management, PeopleSoft, Banner, ERAS, VSLO.
(D) Prior experience: In addition, he/she must have at least 10 years’ experience working in a medical school environment and implementing and designing programs in the undergraduate and/or graduate medical education space. Strong organizational skills; Excellent Communication Skills (oral and written); Excellent judgment; Ability to supervise others; Strong work ethic; Team player; Innovative thinker; problem solver; ability to work in a demanding and hectic environment
Physical and Environmental Demands:
Special Conditions for Eligibility
Touro College and University System is committed to providing all persons equal opportunity in education and employment, and to ensuring a safe and non-discriminatory educational and work environment in compliance with Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”), the New York State Education Law, and other applicable laws. It is the policy of the College to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment and in the administration of College programs, services, activities, and admissions on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.
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Posting Number S00815P
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