1. Responsible for the planning, development, and evaluation of the obstetrics and gynecology/women’s health curriculum including topics, courses, and methods of instruction, which relate to obstetrics and gynecology/women’s health.
2. Promotes, by example and precepting, a general atmosphere of respect for knowledge, thought, and inquiry in obstetrics and gynecology/women’s health within the University.
3. Contributes to the planning, development, and evaluation of courses and academic programs within the college and university.
4. Plans and manages the departmental budget, allocating funds appropriately to efficiently utilize resources. Projects future departmental budgetary needs (operational and personnel) and provides proposals with documentation during the budget planning cycle.
5. If applicable, evaluates departmental faculty and staff members according to their job descriptions and consistent with departmental, college, and university standards.
6. Provides vision and leadership in departmental strategic planning taking into consideration input by the departmental faculty (if applicable), the college administration, outside stakeholders, and national benchmarks.
7. Evaluates candidates for appointment of clinical faculty members and participates in the evaluation and development of said members, when indicated.
8. Participates in professional organizations necessary for the representation of the OB-GYN/Women’s Health Department at COMP.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Individuals must possess these knowledge, skills and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities.
1. Ability to effectively communicate with others, in person, in writing in utilizing a telephone and in electronic communications.
2. Ability to effectively interact with administration, faculty, staff and students.
3. Must possess strong organizational, management and administrative abilities.
4. Be committed to a career in academic medicine in the field of osteopathic obstetrics and gynecology/women’s health.
-Education: Doctor of Medicine (DO) or (MD) degree. Current AOA or ABOG board certification in Obstetrics and Gynecology/Women’s Health.
-Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience in teaching and academic leadership in a medical education setting.Licensure: Unrestricted California or Oregon
Licensure (or eligibility for California or Oregon licensure).
Unrestricted Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) certificate.
List comments regarding work hours:
This is a 0.3FTE assignment with hours usually during M-F from 8-5. Some evenings and weekends may be required.