Assistant Dean of Medical Education KP School of Medicine Pasadena CA Pasadena, CA
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The Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine, located in Pasadena, California and is set to admit its first class in 2019, offers more than a conventional medical education. It offers the unique opportunity to have access to the people, data, and technology of one of the nation's highest-performing health care systems. Students will not only get a top-notch academic education, but also be immersed in the hands-on experience, advanced team training, and critically relevant knowledge that comes directly from the coordinated care delivery system that cares for 10 million members. In addition, curriculum will be rooted in wellness, prevention, resilience, and empowerment for their patients and their own total health. This unparalleled approach, plus a deep commitment to the power and principles of inclusionary practice, will create physicians who are better prepared to face the medical challenges of the future and help our nation's diverse communities thrive, wherever our graduates choose to practice.
This position will be working as a part of an extremely dynamic team of professionals supporting all aspects of the School of Medicine and the creation of the financial infrastructure, process, and procedures for the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine. The team works from an interdependent model of practice and we are looking for someone who thrives in a highly challenging role within a high functioning team-based environment. By joining the team that is designing and implementing the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine, you will have the opportunity of a lifetime to create a medical school that will educate physicians for the 21st century and beyond and be a catalyst for change in medical education.
The Assistant Dean of Medical Education will have a unique opportunity to help launch the KPSOM. The Assistant Dean will be the lead responsible for the significant design, development, implementation and evaluation of curriculum. This candidate will be working with clinical scientists and a revolutionary curriculum. This hands on administrator will work with a variety of individuals to development the curriculum and be able to bring groups to consensus. This candidate must be a forward thinker in the 21st century and also needs to understand the current state of medical education. This candidate must be knowledgeable with LCME, adult learning theories, and education assessments.
The candidate will assist senior administration, faculty, and staff in providing leadership and will help assure curricular excellence and innovation in medical education. The Assistant Dean will work to implement the educational plan horizontally across each year and vertically across all years. The candidate will interact and consult widely with residents, faculty, internal and external leaders and external institutions as necessary. The Assistant Dean will meet regularly with appropriate leaders, faculty, and committees to fulfill the vision of the program and to ensure that all activities are in full compliance with regulatory requirements. In addition, the Assistant Dean will help implement objectives and priorities as set by the leaders, which include adhering to and demonstrating the organization's vision and mission and promoting the values of diversity and inclusion as an integral part of medical care and total health.
- Provide leadership and direction to program faculty on matters of curriculum development, implementation and monitoring/evaluation
- Assess and document the quality of teaching
- Assess and monitor the quality of learning using standardized and customized metrics
- Ensure that, where applicable, accreditation standards are met and that best educational practices in the field are known and applied by faculty
- Develop and apply effective mechanisms for course and curriculum improvement, including but not limited to: periodic surveys of graduates, Graduate Medical Education program directors and community leaders
- Encourage, and work to develop educational innovation, creativity, and excellence
- Provide leadership for faculty development
- Mentor and guide others engaged in research related to medical education
- Encourage and demonstrate the importance of positive cooperation, collaboration, inclusion and teamwork in administration
- Foster interdisciplinary participation in education and service across Kaiser Permanente
- Foster and encourage respect for all health care disciplines among faculty and staff
- Demonstrate leadership by example in service to the program and community
- Commitment to promoting a culture that nurtures diversity and inclusion of all people, inquiry, and scholarship
- Minimum seven (7) years of experience within a medical school with specific experiences in leading curriculum design, development, evaluation, assessment, and curriculum mapping with respect to competencies and milestones
- PhD, MD, DO, or EdD degree in discipline related to medical education or eight (8) years of experience in a direclty related field
- High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required.
License, Certification, Registration
- Leadership overseeing curriculum development and/or accreditation.
- Extensive experience developing, planning and delivering medical education and clinical practice
- Expertise in the principles of learning and instructional design, adult learning theory, educational research, development of competency-based education, and assessment of student learning (skills, knowledge and attitudes)
- Experience with accreditation of medical education programs
- Experience developing and utilizing technology-based instruction, small group education methodology and evaluation
- Ability to work collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders including project staff, faculty, a variety of disciplines, students, and administration
- Excellent writing skills as demonstrated with writing curriculum, white papers, and technology base educational tools with a variety of teaching/learning approaches with outstanding teaching evaluations from medical students at a minimum
- Demonstrated evidence of strong interpersonal and communications skills, effective critical thinking, and the ability to set priorities and manage multiple tasks
- Evidence of a commitment to promoting a culture that respects and advances diversity and inclusion of all people, inquiry, and scholarship
- Demonstrated creativity and strategic thinking with the ability to take initiative and the willingness to learn.
Primary Location: California,Pasadena,S. Los Robles Administration 100 S. Los Robles
Scheduled Hours (1-40): 40
Working Days: Mon - Fri
Job Type: Standard
Employee Status: Regular
Employee Group: Salaried, Non-Union, Exempt
Job Level: Director/Senior Director
Job: Education / Training
Public Department Name: Medical Education Strategy
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.
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