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American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine is seeking a dynamic and experienced board certified, US licensed physician to join our team as the Associate Clinical Dean - United States.
The Associate Clinical Dean is responsible to support the Senior Associate Dean in ensuring academic excellence throughout the clinical sciences division in terms of curriculum, clinical site quality, comparability across affiliates, assessment of clinical competency, and student outcomes. The Associate Clinical Dean oversees activities related to clinical science education and student performance by directly supervising a team of Clinical Chairs and working collaboratively with the Clinical Chairs, Site and Clerkship Directors, and clinical faculty. The Associate Clinical Dean is also responsible for working collaboratively with other Deans, Chairs, and faculty at AUC campuses and US-based clinical sites in the oversight of a well-integrated medical program throughout the entire four years. This includes the maintenance of an integrated curriculum consistent with acceptable best practices of medical education, the use of technology in the delivery of certain aspects of medical education, and evaluation of University and student performance. In addition, the Associate Clinical Dean serves as a respected representative of AUC at meetings, conferences, workshops, and accreditation reviews and participates as a member of various committees and task forces. This is a full-time administrative position reporting to the Senior Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs.
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is activley seeking an experienced, self-driven individual to join thier team as Assistant Director Admissions for Australia. This is a remote/work from home position that is ideally located in the New South Wales or Queensland regions, this position is responsible for recruitment activities across Australia.
Under supervision of the Director of International Admissions, the Assistant Director of Admissions (ADA) assists in the management of student recruitment strategies for AUC 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.
Director – Clinical Skills Clerkship
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is establishing a 4-week Clinical Skills Clerkship program for all students progressing to their clinical rotations. The Clinical Skills Clerkship will run two 4-week back-to-back sessions three times per year. Working with other key leaders at AUC and reporting to the Assistant Dean-Academic & Student Affairs, the Director will be responsible for the successful implementation and maintenance of this critical transition for AUC medical students.
Location: Candidate must be located in South Florida
The American University of the Caribbean (AUC) School of Medicine invites applications for a full-time, open rank faculty position teaching Physiology to first and second year medical students on its Medical Sciences Campus, located on Sint Maarten; a 37-square-mile Caribbean island located approximately 150 miles east of Puerto Rico. Sint Maarten is a constituent country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It shares the island with St. Martin, a collectivity of France, and as a result, boasts a vibrant blend of cultures. Though English is spoken everywhere and the US dollar is the accepted currency in Sint Maarten, the diversity of cultures, cuisines, and nationalities (estimated at over 100) on the island make for an exciting environment for living and learning.
AUC is a member of Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), a global education provider headquartered in the United States. The mission of AUC School of Medicine is to train tomorrow’s physicians, whose service to their communities and their patients is enhanced by international learning experiences, a diverse learning community, and an emphasis on social accountability and engagement. More than 7000+ graduating physicians from 73 countries form our robust alumni network. The AUC School of Medicine Medical Doctor degree is a four-year program. The overall curriculum comprises of 10 semesters: 5 semesters of Medical Sciences taught at the Medical Sciences Campus on Sint Maarten and 5 semesters of Clinical Sciences taught at US or United Kingdom hospitals affiliated with the university.
Medical education is the primary focus of our Medical Sciences Faculty, although research opportunities exist in the area of medical education. We seek a faculty member that can teach across the full range of medical physiology, as we are transitioning to an organ system-based curriculum. We are looking for dynamic, adaptive, flexible colleagues who are interested in teaching in a variety of ways, open to utilizing and embracing technology, interacting with students in small group learning formats and creating materials for teaching, which may include videos, digital workbooks, etc.