Direct and oversee all activities within the School of Naturopathic Medicine. Support and promote the vision of the school, both within the University and in the larger community. Direct supervision of associate deans, department chairs and program supervisor. Budget management, and responsible for maintaining accreditation standards with all accrediting agencies. Design, develop and administer the didactic and clinical curriculum based on clearly articulated outcomes, objective and performance criteria. Administer all student academic progress activities. Some teaching and clinical supervision responsibilities within the professional field.
Doctoral degree in naturopathic medicine is preferred. Five or more years of teaching experience, private medical practice or clinical supervising experience is preferred. Significant experience with administrative and budgetary responsibility. Eligible to be licensed as a practitioner in the state of Washington or California. Demonstrated collaborative management and leadership abilities. Demonstrated the ability of working and communicating effectively with diverse student, faculty and professional groups. Preferred experience in academic planning as well as curriculum and faculty development.
Work Schedule: 100% FTE; Monday-Friday, with occasional evenings and weekends
Hiring Range: Dependent on experience
Opening date: August 3, 2017
Closing date: Open until filled.
Priority consideration will be given to those candidates who apply by February 23, 2018. Please Submit cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae to email@example.com and indicate job #17-057.