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The Student Services Specialist has responsibility for the administration of student resource content and process. Under the direction of the Director of Student Services, this position will develop, implement, and track student resources designed to improve the student experience, support student transition and help students find information quickly. These solutions will ultimately impact student success, student satisfaction, and build a strong sense of community for the RUSM student population and internal RUSM Colleagues that provide advisement and support to students. This position reports to the Director, Student Services and is based in Miramar, Florida.
Ross University School of Medicine is actively recruiting for a dynamic and experience individual to join thier team as Professional Development Advisor at the Miramar, FL location.
The Professional Development Advisor will prepare students with career related skills, career planning assets and materials they need to secure graduate medical education (GME) training positions. The Office of Student and Professional Development (OSPD) office advises and prepares students to successfully secure residency placement through the NRMP, CARMS, SFMatch, Urology, and other matching services. The Professional Development Advisor will work as part of the OSPD team as well as an integrated student advisement team working collaboratively with other student facing colleagues to provide support services.
The Senior Communications Specialist is responsible for both internal colleague communications and Admission Marketing support for the University. The successful candidate will develop and execute communication strategies in support of business growth objectives and enhanced brand reputation. This role will play an integral part of the Dean and Chancellor of RUSM’s management team, will report in to the VP of Human Resources for the Medical and Healthcare Vertical, and will have strong dotted line to the Director of Global Communications of Adtalem.
Ross University School of Medicine, has permanently relocated its Medical Sciences campus to Bridgetown, Barbados in January 2019. We are currently inviting applications for a temporary, two (2) semester post as an Anatomy Laboratory Demonstrator in the Department of Medical Foundations. The academic center will leverage existing facilities in the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Center, which is centrally located in the vibrant capital city.
Ross University School of Medicine is a member of Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), a global education provider headquartered in the United States. The organization's purpose is to empower students to achieve their goals, find success and make inspiring contributions to our global community. Founded in 1978, Ross is committed to educating a diverse group of skilled physicians to serve as leaders in the U.S. healthcare system. With more than 16,000 alumni, Ross is an important contributor to healthcare in North America. Students complete their foundational studies in Barbados, West Indies, before completing their clinical training in one of Ross’s affiliated teaching hospitals throughout the United States.
Education is the primary focus of the faculty. The academic year is divided into three semesters with a new class of students admitted each semester. Lectures and other educational responsibilities continue throughout the year. Research opportunities exist, primarily in the area of medical education.
Ross University School of Medicine, slated to permanently relocate the medical sciences campus to Bridgetown, Barbados in January 2019, invites applications for Student Advising Coordinator. The academic center will leverage existing facilities in the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Center, which is centrally located in the vibrant capital city.
Primary responsibilities involve administrative and organizational tasks relating to advising medical students within the medical sciences portion of the curriculum and transitioning to clinical rotations. The incumbent works closely with all faculty and staff in Barbados and Miramar, FL, USA to provide proper support to students to aid in student success.
Under supervision of the Sr. Associate Director of Admissions, the Associate Director of Admissions (ADA) assists in the management of student recruitment strategies for Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) in an assigned territory by developing and executing a territory management plan. Responsible for identifying and following up with prospective students through the application and enrollment processes.
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) is seeking a Senior Program Coordinator who will be based in Los Angeles, CA working on-site at California Hospital Medical Center (CHMC). This position will work directly with CHMC and our medical students to ensure students are credentialed and ready to start their clinical clerkships. The Senior Program Coordinator will work closely with CHMC's administration on student orientation, and the collection/processing of all required student documentation and evaluations.
California Hospital Medical Center (CHMC)
1401 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM), one of the oldest, largest, and most accomplished Caribbean-licensed and accredited, international medical schools serving students primarily from the US, seeks an innovative and experienced leader in medical education for the newly created position of Assistant Dean of Faculty Affairs and Development.
RUSM, part of Adtalem Global Education (formerly known as DeVry Education Group), is committed to meeting a societal mission in medicine by educating large numbers of medical students who can fulfill their aspirations of a career in medicine, especially those who desire a career in primary care, want to work in medically underserved areas, and are demographically representative of the US. RUSM has more than 16,000 alumni in practice throughout the US and Canada and is proud of its extraordinary record. For example, RUSM is one of the largest contemporary providers of underrepresented minority physicians, especially African-American males.
RUSM’s full time international faculty of approximately 200 people are dedicated teaching professionals whose primary focus is the preparation of talented medical students for postgraduate training in the US and Canada, aka residency. The Assistant Dean will develop and provide oversight of programs that support basic science and clinical faculty in their academic roles and foster high standards for teaching and scholarly activity at RUSM. RUSM is seeking an academic physician with experience in medical faculty affairs to build a structured set of programs to:
- Nurture the professional development of faculty and teaching staff;
- Decrease the variability of the students’ instructional experience arising from non-uniform training and oversight by faculty and teachers;
- Revise the staffing model and faculty training to support the implementation of a new 4-5 year curriculum that better integrates basic medical and clinical sciences; and
- Enliven the rewards and recognition programs for faculty so as to promulgate teaching excellence across years, programs, and teaching venues.
Therefore, over the first 12-18 months (not listed in any particular order of priority), the Assistant Dean is expected to:
- Establish and champion an outcomes-based system that standardizes expectations for medical education by faculty ensures accountability against these standards;
- Create and implement individual faculty development plans (IFDP) focused on maintenance of certification and/or licensing for the professional competencies necessary in the area of instruction;
- Develop, redesign, and/or implement a program of pedagogical training in collaboration with the Associate Dean of the Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL). The target outcome is that all RUSM student-facing faculty will be trained and certified as medical educators by the ATL in 2 years;
- Advance a strongly structured program that reviews faculty performance based on their academic effectiveness and alignment with RUSM’s goals;
- Along with the deans of basic and clinical sciences, co-lead workforce planning by monitoring and assessing the quality, productivity, and number of faculty needed to achieve the teaching and learning goals of RUSM;
- Update and as needed revise the definition of faculty and the criteria and process for faculty rewards and recognition, such as faculty promotion through the Faculty Appointment and Promotion Committee.
- With their respective department heads, oversee and coordinate the process for performance assessments of faculty that assess the quality and effectiveness of their teaching;
- Act as a planning and operational partner with the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in liaising with the Faculty Senate;
- Partner with the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in revisions of the Faculty Handbook as needed to reflect best practices and current policies, procedures, and practices applicable to the faculty;
- Act as the voice for faculty affairs and as a champion for changes and updates;
- Update and expand quality indicators for RUSM’s instructional programs and incorporate them into a more robust process for academic continuous quality improvement;
- Advocate for and oversee the allocation of resources necessary for faculty development, so as to ensure their quality and maintain compliance with relevant accreditation standards;
- Oversee the maintenance of the faculty database that preserves information on faculty demographics, credentials, work profile, etc. needed to maintain the Faculty Section of the Common Data Set for internal and external uses; and
- Develop significant, positive and trustworthy relationships with the Dean and Chancellor, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Associate Dean of the ATL, Associate Dean of Medical Sciences, Assistant Dean of Clinical Sciences, Assistant Dean of Career Attainment, and to gain personal and professional credibility, respect, and build internally and externally throughout RUSM.
The Licensing and Credentialing Analyst (LCA) works with RUSM students to ensure all of their licensure and credentialing questions are answered and by performing licensure functions in compliance with state or provincial regulations. The LCA requests and analyzes data for current and future license applications ensures that submission deadlines are met. The LCA provides support to RUSM students by working with state medical boards.
Responsible for providing student records and administrative support for the Associate Registrar - Student Records & Licensing Services. In assisting the Associate Registrar, the Records Coordinator will interact with staff and external parties regarding student records content. The Records Coordinator will be responsible for adhering to campus Academic compliance to include procedures, records, and process integrity.
The position provides general administrative support to the Office of the Registrar, including the University Registrar, managers and department operations.