Assistant Director of Enrollment MGMT and Student Success

Job Locations US-CA-Vallejo
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The Assistant Director of Enrollment Management and Student Success is a faculty position in the Department of Academic Affairs with responsibilities specific to the directorship and also general to the same responsibilities as all other faculty – scholarly research, teaching, and service.  The Assistant Director works collaboratively with the Director of Enrollment Management and Student Success.  The position is outcomes driven, student-facing, and student-centered with the overall aim of helping individual students achieve their professional goals.  Specific Directorship responsibilities are designated and supervised by the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs.  Faculty in the Department of Academic Affairs have responsibilities that include, but are not limited to, developing and assessing the overall student learning experience, creating innovative curricula, and supporting the department’s lead role in continuous management and monitoring of student progress and learning outcomes.  Faculty serve in the same rank positions of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor that apply throughout the COM and the TUC Faculty Senate rank and promotion process.


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The Assistant Director will develop and manage career counseling programs, manage, monitor, and report on student academic and clinical progress, and assist the Director by supporting graduating students in the residency match application process.

  • Develop and manage career counseling programs
  • Manage, monitor, and report on student academic and clinical progress including course and board exam success
  • Serve as Course Director and Faculty for TUCOM’s Clinical Distinction course
  • Assist the Director of Enrollment Management and Student Success during the residency match application cycle





  • Curriculum development, teaching, and/or clinical patient care in area of expertise
  • Scholarly research and/or program development in osteopathic medical education
  • Committee service, specifically including committees and working groups involved in student academic progress and professional development
  • Additional assignments and roles as designated by the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs




Possess a postgraduate degree (M.A., M.S., M.B.A., Ph.D, D.O., M.D., J.D.) in the general domains of education, arts or sciences, preferably in a health professional education-related field. 




  • Strong interpersonal skills and enthusiasm to contribute to graduate student learning outcomes and development
  • Strong knowledge base and experience in academic medicine and health professions pedagogy
  • Demonstrated ability to create and develop innovative student support and learning experiences
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Commitment to affirmative, appreciative, and timely responses to student inquiries and needs

Maximum Salary

USD $160,000.00/Yr.

Minimum Salary

USD $130,000.00/Yr.


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