Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs

Job Title

Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs

Job Description

Who We Are
Whole Health empowers and equips people to take charge of their physical, mental and spiritual well-being, and live their lives to the fullest. The goal of Whole Health School of Medicine and Health Sciences is to reimagine medical education in America by creating a pipeline of medical professionals trained in conventional medicine and Whole Health-a new approach to health that equips and empowers individuals to actively optimize their own mental, physical, and spiritual health and well-being in collaboration with an integrated team of healthcare providers. Together we will lead the transformation of healthcare and society to higher levels of artful and wholeful healing.

The Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs will be a member of the leadership team that is building the Whole Health School of Medicine and Health Sciences. We plan to matriculate the first of medical students in 2024.

The Role
The Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs (VDCA) will provide strategic leadership, oversight, and management of the school’s clinical training infrastructure. The VDCA will establish, develop, and sustain clinical affiliations sufficient to provide required and elective clinical education; and develop graduate medical education infrastructure to support medical students’ clinical training. The VDCA will liaise between the Whole Health School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the local, state, and regional health care delivery communities, including Federally Qualifies Health Centers. The VDCA will maintain a strong and supportive relationship with other administrators, faculty, staff, and students in the school of medicine and surrounding clinical entities.

Requirements for the Role
• MD degree and board certification in a clinical specialty
• 5 years in a leadership role in a clinical practice, hospital administration, and/or academic medicine

Preferred Qualifications
• 5 years experience with graduate medical education administration, including finance

Minimum FTE
• 80%

Personal Attributes that Support your Success
• Leadership skills and emotional intelligence
• Excellent communication and negotiation skills
• Ability to establish and maintain relationships with constituents across the educational and clinical spectrums locally and regionally
• Ability to successfully and efficiently manage multiple tasks simultaneously
• Respectful collaborator
• Results oriented and exercises sound judgment
• A visionary who plans for the future with imagination and wisdom
• Adaptable and flexible
• Approaches work with a high level of conscientiousness, thoughtfulness, and quality
• Relish the opportunity to support a growing organization and a dynamic team

The Whole Health School of Medicine and Health Sciences is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to building and maintaining a culturally diverse workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment of any kind. We encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, veteran status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.

Basic Qualifications

• MD degree and board certification in a clinical specialty
• 5 years in a leadership role in a clinical practice, hospital administration, and/or academic medicine