The College of Osteopathic Medicine invites applications for the Chair of the Department of Clinical Sciences and Community Health. This robust department is comprised of our diverse clinical faculty.
The successful candidate will need to have earned a D.O. degree and completed residency. The Chair is the immediate supervisor, academic, and administrative leader of the faculty in the Clinical Sciences Department. The Chair derives responsibility and authority as delegated by the dean. The Chair is responsible for the day-to-day operations, and long-term growth and development of the department. Additional responsibilities include the judicious use of all resources allocated through the departmental budget, to include faculty and staff resources, distribution of departmental space, and use of departmental capital equipment.
This is an excellent opportunity to work with, educate, and mentor our future osteopathic physicians & our team of medical educators on our Vallejo campus, located in the beautiful Bay Area.
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SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES (if applicable): should reflect who the employee is supervising and what the expectations are.
Clinical Faculty, adjunct clinical faculty, administrative assistants and staff, laboratory personal, as well as academic fellows
QUALIFICATION(S): is the Education, Training and/or related experience needed by the person to perform the job.
THE COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE
Touro University California is an independent graduate institution located about 40 miles north of San Francisco on the northeast side of SF Bay. In addition to the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Touro University’s campus includes the College of Pharmacy, and the College of Education and Health Sciences, which includes graduate-level programs in education, nursing, Physician Assistant, and Masters in Public Health. Further information is found on the University’s website http://www.tu.edu.
The College of Osteopathic Medicine opened in August 1997. Its mission is to lead, to teach, and to serve through its programs in osteopathic medical education, clinical service, and scholarly activity. The accomplished faculty and student body are culturally diverse, and engage in dynamic interactive learning. They participate in the mission of the College as they collaborate in further development and improvement of our D.O. program. Most recently the College of Osteopathic Medicine received its ten-year accreditation status in 2022.
Note: Maximum salary contemplates a 1.0 FTE faculty member who meets required clinical commitment target.