Vice Dean at the College of Medicine.
To participate in the curriculum management and innovation in the college , as the administrator with primary responsibility for the entire College, the Executive
Associate Dean serves as the CEO and College representative in the absence of the Dean.
Main accountabilities & expectations
The Vice Dean serves at the discretion of the Dean and carry out the responsibilities
of the college, but not restricted to:
- Assistant the Dean in acting the college affairs.
- Help the Dean to run the college
- Deal with students problems
- Supervise admin staff in the Associate the dean
- Involved in teaching Medicine clinical.
- Act and helpful the Dean in the absent
- Supervises the Office of Development, Student and Professional Affairs,
Academic Affairs and the Business Office.
- To maintain records and prepare reports in accord with University procedures.
- Teaching obligations to be assigned.
- Providing leadership to all faculty and staff appointed to the College.
- Provide oversight of curriculum development and delivery.
- Provide oversight of accreditation and adherence to accreditation standards.
- Recommending academic appointment and recruitment of faculty, composed of members
- from the departments.
- Providing opportunity for and assisting each member of the faculty to achieve their optimal
- professional development in teaching, scholarly activity, and professional service.
- Reviewing the College pool of applicants for promotion and formulate recommendations for
- academic promotion to the Faculty Academic Rank and Promotion Committee in the College.
- Providing mid-term promotion review and support to faculty planning to apply for
- Managing the College budget as directed by the Dean in accordance with CNUCOM policies.
- Seek the advice of faculty colleagues and COM administrators in a systematic way, and to
- provide for the conduct of College affairs in an orderly fashion through department meetings
- and the appointment of appropriate committees.
- The appointee should be receptive to questions, complaints, and suggestions from members of
- the College, and from students, and should take appropriate action on them.