Serving as chief health professions advisor for undergraduates in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and the Pratt School of Engineering, involving advising, in person and by email and other electronic means (Skype, etc.) students and alumni interested in the health professions, including, but not limited to long-range planning, course selection, academic progress or difficulties, MCAT/DAT timing and preparation, and post-graduate academic and career exploration.
Coordinating, overseeing and mentoring a team of health professions advisors who work with the Director to advise undergraduates and alumni interested in the health professions.
Coordinating and overseeing a team of health professions advisors to mentor applicants through Review My Application meetings and to write evaluative committee letters for medical and dental schools.
Working with the health professions advisors to develop appropriate programming throughout the year on subjects including, but not limited to: first year prehealth orientation, parents’ weekend presentations, readiness to apply workshops, interviewing workshops, including the MMI, summer and gap year opportunities, inviting allied health programs to campus, MCAT prep, AMCAS information, etc.
Collecting, analyzing and disseminating appropriate data, maintaining significant web-based information resources, and representing Duke in regional and national health professions organizations.
The Director will also serve as an academic dean of Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, be an integral member of the College Deans Staff, and serves on College and University committees as requested by the Dean of Academic Affairs.
Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent experience.
5 years of experience in academic administration or a related setting.
5 years of experience in pre-health advising.
Familiarity with academic policies, programs and regulations necessary to coordinate related services and activities, or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience.
Demonstrated expertise in program development, teaching, mentoring and research.
Experience working with a diverse population of undergraduate students
Successful track record of establishing credibility and trust.
Fluency with desktop applications including databases, word processing, presentation, and cloud-based computing.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified.
1769 ACADEMIC DEAN, TRINITY COLLEGE
Requisition Number 401565083
Duke Entity UNIVERSITY
Job Family Level 98
Full Time / Part Time FULL TIME
Regular / Temporary Regular
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Ph.D. or equivalent
Work requires three years of experience in academic administration or a related setting to become familiar with academic policies, programs and regulations necessary to coordinate related services and activities. At the end of the fifth year of service an Academic Dean shall be considered for promotion. Promotion decisions are based on established policies and procedures for Academic Deans.OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE