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ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION
Touro College of Pharmacy
Location: New York, New York
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: Doctorate
Salary: Commensurate with experience
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Administration serves as the Chief Student Services Officer for the Touro College of Pharmacy. This entails oversight of all customer facing positions, such as student services, mental health counseling, disability services, as well as interfacing with as serving as TCOP’s liaison to the Library, Registrar, Bursar, Financial Aid, Facilities, Security, Food Service, Student Insurance, and their support personnel.
The Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Administration will oversee all administrative operations functions at TCOP. The Associate Dean collaborates with the Dean to develop operational strategies, and is charged with facilitating these efforts across TCOP units. Through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives of TCOP, the Associate Dean provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the college has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.
ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC DUTIES:
Supervises and collaborates with TouroCOM for joint functions and events as appropriate.
Maintains a listing of all college organizations, student leaders, and faculty advisors and monitors/updates documentation of same.
Oversees the Student Ambassadors program.
Leads efforts and collaboration with student leaders to design the Student’s Graduation Yearbook.
Manages the Dean’s Open Forums including recruiting speakers, as needed.
Oversees college honors, awards, and scholarships for students.
Assists in the upgrade/improvement of campus services and facilities such as food service, study areas, library, recreational programs, security, and participate on all facilities and security committees.
Responsible for overseeing special events and programs including New Student Orientation, White Coat Ceremony, Commencement, and the Awards Banquet.
Approves TCOP Facebook posts and other social media.
Serve on TCOP and TCUS Committees, as relevant to dual role of COO and Associate Dean for Student Affairs (such as Executive Committee, Health/Wellness, Academic Standing & Remediation, Co-Curriculum, TCUS Academic Continuity, TCUS Disability Services, TCUS Safety, and Community Advisory Board).
Engage in limited teaching within the PharmD and/or CE curricula.
GENERAL QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Education: The Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Administration should have an earned PhD with a concentration in one of the biomedical sciences, educational, or behavioral sciences or a PharmD plus post-graduate training or equivalent.
Be eligible for an academic appointment, based on teaching experience at the medical, pharmacy or graduate school level;
Peer-reviewed publications commensurate with rank;
Academic administrative experience, preferably in student services and/or academic program planning, development, and implementation ;
A track record of leadership and collegiality.
Collaborates with the Dean and Office of Academic Affairs to Interpret and enforce academic policies and procedures as they pertain to the college; monitors and administers processes associated with individual student academic standing and progress as appropriate to include probations, suspensions, promotions, leaves of absence, withdrawals, readmissions and special needs (loans) and accommodations.
Catalyzes the enhancements of a professional and respectful campus environment, promotes a culture of high performance and continuous improvement, and conducts programs that promote enjoyment, personal development, leadership opportunities, and academic success of all enrolled students.
Collaborates with the management team to develop and implement plans for the operational infrastructure of systems, processes, and personnel designed to accommodate the rapid growth objectives and strategic plan of TCOP.
Stays current, formulates, interprets, implements and monitors federal, state, ACPE and TCOP policies, rules and regulations related to students, student services, and student activities.
Ensures advisement, planning, direction, and supervision of student programs, student government elections, student representation on TCOP committees, student organizations, student academic advisement, at-risk student advisement, and student complaints.
Reviews, updates, and adjudicates TCOP's Academic Integrity and other student disciplinary matters consistent with Touro College policy and the TCOP CATALOG.
Hires, trains, and supervises the Office of Student Affairs staff, including the Mental Health Counselor/Director of Wellness, the Director of Student Services, Proctors, and other support staff as needed.
Oversees implementation of staff performance evaluation and professional development protocols.
Interfaces with the library, registrar, financial aid, bursar, and TCUS Office of Disability Services as they apply to services for TCOP students.
Oversees and updates the TCOP Catalog, TCOP Web site (??), and the production/dissemination of a weekly newsletter with a calendar of college events, important college/pharmacy news and faculty and student accolades.
Represents the organization externally at the local, state, and national levels, as needed. .
Responsible for all administrative activities when the Dean is absent.
Collaborates with the Dean to prepare and oversee the college budget.
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