The Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs ("EVCHA") at the University of Missouri ("MU") is charged with setting the vision and guiding MU Health's trajectory as an agile, coordinated academic health science center that pursues the highest quality clinical care, the education of tomorrow's best clinicians and scientists, and the discoveries that will improve health.
The university seeks an Educational Director to help establish new and grow and enhance existing educational programs that will directly train the next generation of individuals included in academic health related endeavors. This position is responsible for producing, coordinating, and implementing various training curriculums and programs to ensure the education of tomorrow's best clinicians and scientists has the support that is needed.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
Evaluate educational program offerings across the university's health-related disciplines on an ongoing basis to ensure materials and deliveries are updated and impactful.
Help identify key departmental objectives and needs and design educational program offerings, particularly around strategies for research growth and interprofessional education needs.
Develop educational and training opportunities for the NextGen Health Initiative and for the activities within the NextGen Institute on the MU campus.
Assist compliance officers in the UM System and on the MU campus to develop training courses that ensure personnel are trained on research related topics so they are compliant with university, state and federal guidelines.
Collaborate with existing staff providing educational programs support in the School of Medicine and MU Health.
Develop and implement educational support plans and initiatives, providing guidance and oversight as necessary.
Provide technical and content guidance to employees and colleagues inside and outside of the function.
Direct professional training and education staff including hiring, performance evaluations, setting goals and expectations and disciplining of staff.
Provide leadership and vision towards the creation of an environment and culture of lifelong learning utilizing new teaching and learning trends.
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 7 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired is necessary.
Two to three years of related elevating educational program offerings in the health-related disciplines.
Experience designing and implementing educational programs to enhance interprofessional education
Experience designing and implementing educational programs to enhance pursuits of scientific research and scholarship.
Master's or Doctorate degree in health-related field, Adult Education, Health Services Management or a related field.
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