Marquette University School of Dentistry invites applications for a full time, tenure track faculty position for Chair, Department of General Dental Sciences.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Undergraduate Curriculum Responsibilities
1.Work with course directors and program heads within the department; facilitate innovation in pre-clinical and clinical education. 2.Work with other department chairs and The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to ensure that curriculum development is integrated and coordinated within the Department of General Dental Sciences as well as between the biomedical sciences courses and courses taught under the direction of other departments in the School of Dentistry. 3.In conjunction with the Administrative Council and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs: a.Develop annual curriculum goals for the school. b.Periodically reassess and/or modify the school's competency statements. c.Identify resources needed for curriculum innovation. 4.Along with program directors, review course content, exams, course objectives and syllabi within the department to ensure uniformity and compliance with university/dental school/accreditation standards. 5.Ensure assessment outcomes requiring implementation are implemented for all aspects of the curriculum within the department.
1.Regularly monitor, mentor and advise junior tenure-track faculty members. 2.Annual assessment of faculty needs and recruitment of full-time and part-time faculty. 3.Establish annual departmental goals in regards to: a.Research b.Teaching c.Service 4.Perform annual evaluation of all full-time faculty, part-time faculty and course directors within the department. 5.In conjunction with program directors, establish a regular program of faculty calibration and standardization. 6.Provide input to the Faculty Development Committee in regards to programming.
1.Assess and determine staffing needs for the Department. 2.Coordinate and supervise hiring of appropriate staff members. 3.Determine staff performance objectives and assess annually.
Resources and Budget
1.Along with Associate Dean for Administration and Financial Affairs: a.Develop annual budget for department b.Hold regular meetings to assure budget projections are being met.
2.Determine faculty, administrators and staff raise allocations based on merit.
Other Administrative Responsibilities 1.Report to the Dean. 2.Member of Administrative Council, Clinical Affairs Committee, and Research Committee. 3.Work with Chair of the Tenure and Promotion Committee to prepare documentation for all candidates for Promotion and Tenure. 4.Work with Director of Faculty and Administrative Services to expedite faculty recruitment, hiring, credentialing, orientation, faculty contracts, and other faculty administrative matters. 5.Facilitate communication within the department through regular correspondence and meetings. 6.Implementation of MUSoD strategic plan. 7.Evaluate and report on faculty and staff workload issues. 8.Ensure faculty and staff compliance with all Marquette and MUSoD policies and procedures. 9.Ensure faculty compliance with grading and graduation issues as directed by the Dean for Academic Affairs. 10.Participate in development of Accreditation Documents as directed by the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. 11.Provide regular guidance to the General Dental Sciences Program Directors.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Candidates should be experienced in mentoring and developing junior faculty, promoting and conducting research and scholarly activities, leading and developing academic programs, willing to work collaboratively with others to advance the broader institution. Skills and abilities should include appropriate leadership, effective communication, personnel and budget management, and advocacy.
Applicants must have a DMD/DDS degree from a US or Canadian dental school recognized by the ADA Commission on Dental Accreditation or a comparable foreign degree.
Applicants must hold a valid dental license in some state or jurisdiction and be eligible for a regular license or faculty license in the State of Wisconsin.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Qualifications include prior administrative leadership, administrative and teaching experiences with a demonstrated teaching and research record.
Internal Number: 10953
About Marquette University
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university located near the heart of downtown Milwaukee, WI, that offers a comprehensive range of majors in 11 nationally and internationally recognized colleges and schools. A Marquette education offers students a virtually unlimited number of paths and destinations and prepares them for the world by asking them to think critically about it.