Associate Dean and Regional Campus Director, IU School of Medicine-Bloomington
Chief Academic Officer, IU Health Bloomington Hospital
The Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) invites applications and nominations for a visionary academic leader who would serve as Associate Dean and Regional Campus Director for IU School of Medicine-Bloomington. With the IU Health Bloomington Hospital under construction as a new regional academic health center, the ideal candidate will also serve as the hospital’s Chief Academic Officer.
This is an opportunity for a transformational leader to build upon existing strengths and expand education programs. The Associate Dean and CAO will coordinate medical student education, residency education, and interprofessional education throughout the expanding regional health campus. Physically situated together, IUSM-Bloomington and IU Health Bloomington Hospital will offer opportunities for new approaches to UME, GME, graduate education, undergraduate education, and CME.
The juxtaposition and strong partnership with the IU Health Bloomington teaching hospital enables medical students at this campus to benefit from early clinical exposure and unique educational opportunities. With a strong commitment to education, IUSM-Bloomington hosts medical students in all four years of training, which includes a long-standing longitudinal integrated clerkship program and use of high-fidelity simulation. In addition to programs for medical students, IUSM-Bloomington offers nationally recognized PhD program in anatomy education; a cell, molecular, and cancer biology PhD program; and an undergraduate (baccalaureate) minor in medical sciences for students attending IU-Bloomington.
IUSM-Bloomington is home to 26 full time faculty and over 125 volunteer faculty. It fosters strong collaboration among investigators through centers, institutes, and groups that reach across departments, schools, and campuses. The research interests of its faculty are broad and include molecular and cellular biology, genetics and epigenetics, cancer biology, and medical education. With a shared interest in understanding the relationship between structure and function in health and human disease, these groups provide research opportunities for undergraduates, medical and graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows.
Reporting to the IUSM’s Executive Associate Dean for Educational Affairs and Institutional Improvement, ideal candidates will have strong experience in academic medicine, including leadership experiences that have proven to advance the tripartite mission of clinical service, education, and research. Minimum qualifications include an MD, PhD, or equivalent, significant leadership with the educational mission (UME, GME or both), successful peer-reviewed publication of research/scholarship, and academic credentials for an appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor.
How to apply:
Please use the below link to apply to this position and include (1) a letter of interest including key leadership experiences and (2) a curriculum vitae http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/7471. While the priority review deadline is March 26, 2019, applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The IU School of Medicine provides concierge and dual career services to assist new faculty with their personal or family’s relocation needs. Indiana University is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
About Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) and Bloomington, IN:
IUSM is the only allopathic medical school in Indiana, spanning nine campuses across the state. It hosts the largest and one of the most diverse medical student bodies in the country. The institution is in an exciting growth phase for research programs, increasing funding by 40% over the last four years and continuing to invest aggressively in research. IUSM’s clinical health partner, Indiana University Health, is the largest health system in the state. Its new academic hospital location in Bloomington (scheduled to open in 2021) represents an important opportunity for expansion of clinical research and specialty care. Campus offices and educational facilities will be co-located in a new educational building adjacent to the hospital.
Bloomington, Indiana is approximately one hour south of Indianapolis, where IUSM’s main campus is located. Indiana University’s flagship campus is located in Bloomington, on 1,937-acres in the rolling hills of southern Indiana and is considered one of the five most beautiful campuses in the nation, as cited in Thomas Gaines' book, "The Campus as a Work of Art." This IU campus is home to nearly 50,000 students across more than 550 academic programs. Bloomington is a highly affordable city with urban amenities, including theatre productions, live music, art exhibits and a wide-range of culinary options. Outdoor recreational facilities are abundant with three nearby state parks, including Brown County State Park and McCormick’s Creek State Park, two nearby state forests, and the 180,000-acre Hoosier National Forest. Lake Monroe, five miles south of Bloomington, is the largest lake in the state, and, along with other small lakes, provides opportunities for canoeing, sailing, water-skiing and fishing.