Principal Faculty and Assessment Coordinator

Medical University of South Carolina Division of Physician Assistant Studies

Principal Faculty and Assessment Coordinator

  • Institution: Medical University of South Carolina Division of Physician Assistant Studies
  • Institution Type: Four-Year/Advanced Degree (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.)
  • Location: Charleston, SC US
  • Website: chp.musc.edu/academics/physician-assistant
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Principal Faculty and Assessment Coordinator

  • Medical University of South Carolina Division of Physician Assistant Studies | Charleston, SC US
  • Hourglass IconDeadline: January 28, 2022
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Job TitlePrincipal Faculty and Assessment Coordinator

Position TypeFull Time

Job Category Faculty

Salary Range -

Location Charleston, SC US

Deadline January 28, 2022

Contact Information

Contact Name Julie Antley

Department Division of Physician Assistant Studies

Email antleyj@musc.edu

Phone US +1 (843) 792-1522

Job Description

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Position Description

 

This is a full-time position within the Division of Physician Assistant Studies with primary responsibilities for coordinating and teaching the Program’s research methods course, coordinating students’ graduate projects, and facilitating data collection and assessment across the curriculum. PAS Program faculty are responsible for design and implementation of the educational curriculum, facilitation of all aspects of student learning, and student advisement for achievement of educational goals. Other responsibilities may include contribution to other didactic courses; Program, College, and University committee service; community service; and scholarship. The faculty member may also engage in clinical practice as a part of their assigned duties. Appointments will be made at a level commensurate with experience.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

·      Master’s degree in a healthcare-, science-, or data analysis-related discipline

·      Proven scholarship or research experience with expert knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods

·      Demonstrated ability to analyze quantitative and qualitative data, interpret findings, discern implications, draw conclusions, and make recommendations

·      Must be able to demonstrate expert skills in framing analytic problems, identifying key stakeholders, acquiring, and preparing data, selecting and applying analytic tools, making recommendations, and producing actionable results

·      Demonstrated proficiency in statistical analysis software, including ability to write complex syntax, and Microsoft office suite

·      Ability to translate technical data into messages and graphic representation meaningful to a broad audience

·      Possess strong organizational and interpersonal communication skills

·      Possess a strong commitment to achieve the missions of the PAS Division, the College of Health Professions, and the Medical University of South Carolina

·      Be willing to begin a doctorate program within the first year of employment if not previously obtained

 

Preferred Qualifications

 

·      Doctoral degree appropriate to research, clinical, or educational experience

·      Physician or NCCPA-certified physician assistant with eligibility for licensure in the state of South Carolina

·      Higher education teaching experience in related field

·      Experience in inter-professional practice or education

·      Leadership in professional organizations

 

Reporting

 

Faculty report to the PAS Program Director. Performance evaluations are conducted by the Program Director with input from the Chair and Dean.

 

Principle Job Duties

 

·      Contribute to student instruction as course director and instructor for the Program’s Research Methods and Graduate Project courses

·      Develop and implement all phases of program assessment and evaluation, including design, quantitative and qualitative data collection, and analysis and reporting

·      Organize, implement, and enforce accurate data collection policies and procedures to meet quality standards

·      Assess the adequacy of data collection and evaluation processes currently in place

·      Collect aggregate data involving admissions process and student preparedness for the clinical year

·      Collect and maintain all didactic course grades and evaluations (qualitative and quantitative)

·      Collect and maintain all clinical year course grades and associated grade components

·      Collect and maintain clinical year student and preceptor evaluations

·      Maintain predictive assessment performance data

·      Present findings visually, orally, and in writing, as appropriate, and contribute visual and written materials for reporting, publications, and proposals. Design and produce charts and graphs that describe and interpret findings, and efficiently and effectively reveal spatial and statistical relationships. Develop briefs, presentations, and reports that describe and interpret findings and provide actionable insights and recommendations.

·      Perform appropriate blueprint mapping of programmatic curricular content with graduate outcome data

·      Collect and maintain NCCPA scores, Blueprint categories and aggregate data

·      Maintain global course grade repository

·      Demonstrate exceptional technological skills and research

·      Demonstrate excellent analytical and critical thinking skills with close attention to detail

·      Attend and participate in required in-person and virtual program and team meetings as needed

·      Contribute to other instructional, evaluative, or administrative activities of the PAS Program as directed by the Program Director

·      Provide academic advising support to students throughout the educational program

·      Serve as chair for the PAS Data Analysis Committee and support governance activities of the PAS Program, Department, College and University by serving on standing and ad hoc committees, task forces, and other University governance bodies

·      Participate in leadership within professional organizations appropriate with the faculty member’s clinical experience and educational preparation

·      Conduct scholarship and/or research in areas of the faculty member’s academic interests

·      Participate in ongoing program accreditation as assigned by the program director

·      Maintain professional licensure and/or certification in areas of professional expertise

·      Participate in professional development appropriate for the faculty’s areas of professional expertise

·      Clinical practice up to 20% of effort if applicable

·      Participate in other duties as assigned by the program director

 

To apply: Applicants should apply using this link:

https://careers.pageuppeople.com/756/cw/en-us/job/539584/univ-open-rank-pa-faculty-instructional-faculty-and-assessment-coordinator

 

This is a full-time position within the Division of Physician Assistant Studies with primary responsibilities for coordinating and teaching the Program’s research methods course, coordinating students’ graduate projects, and facilitating data collection and assessment across the curriculum. PAS Program faculty are responsible for design and implementation of the educational curriculum, facilitation of all aspects of student learning, and student advisement for achievement of educational goals. Other responsibilities may include contribution to other didactic courses; Program, College, and University committee service; community service; and scholarship. The faculty member may also engage in clinical practice as a part of their assigned duties. Appointments will be made at a level commensurate with experience.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

·      Master’s degree in a healthcare-, science-, or data analysis-related discipline

·      Proven scholarship or research experience with expert knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methods

·      Demonstrated ability to analyze quantitative and qualitative data, interpret findings, discern implications, draw conclusions, and make recommendations

·      Must be able to demonstrate expert skills in framing analytic problems, identifying key stakeholders, acquiring, and preparing data, selecting and applying analytic tools, making recommendations, and producing actionable results

·      Demonstrated proficiency in statistical analysis software, including ability to write complex syntax, and Microsoft office suite

·      Ability to translate technical data into messages and graphic representation meaningful to a broad audience

·      Possess strong organizational and interpersonal communication skills

·      Possess a strong commitment to achieve the missions of the PAS Division, the College of Health Professions, and the Medical University of South Carolina

·      Be willing to begin a doctorate program within the first year of employment if not previously obtained

 

Preferred Qualifications

 

·      Doctoral degree appropriate to research, clinical, or educational experience

·      Physician or NCCPA-certified physician assistant with eligibility for licensure in the state of South Carolina

·      Higher education teaching experience in related field

·      Experience in inter-professional practice or education

·      Leadership in professional organizations

 

Reporting

 

Faculty report to the PAS Program Director. Performance evaluations are conducted by the Program Director with input from the Chair and Dean.

 

Principle Job Duties

 

·      Contribute to student instruction as course director and instructor for the Program’s Research Methods and Graduate Project courses

·      Develop and implement all phases of program assessment and evaluation, including design, quantitative and qualitative data collection, and analysis and reporting

·      Organize, implement, and enforce accurate data collection policies and procedures to meet quality standards

·      Assess the adequacy of data collection and evaluation processes currently in place

·      Collect aggregate data involving admissions process and student preparedness for the clinical year

·      Collect and maintain all didactic course grades and evaluations (qualitative and quantitative)

·      Collect and maintain all clinical year course grades and associated grade components

·      Collect and maintain clinical year student and preceptor evaluations

·      Maintain predictive assessment performance data

·      Present findings visually, orally, and in writing, as appropriate, and contribute visual and written materials for reporting, publications, and proposals. Design and produce charts and graphs that describe and interpret findings, and efficiently and effectively reveal spatial and statistical relationships. Develop briefs, presentations, and reports that describe and interpret findings and provide actionable insights and recommendations.

·      Perform appropriate blueprint mapping of programmatic curricular content with graduate outcome data

·      Collect and maintain NCCPA scores, Blueprint categories and aggregate data

·      Maintain global course grade repository

·      Demonstrate exceptional technological skills and research

·      Demonstrate excellent analytical and critical thinking skills with close attention to detail

·      Attend and participate in required in-person and virtual program and team meetings as needed

·      Contribute to other instructional, evaluative, or administrative activities of the PAS Program as directed by the Program Director

·      Provide academic advising support to students throughout the educational program

·      Serve as chair for the PAS Data Analysis Committee and support governance activities of the PAS Program, Department, College and University by serving on standing and ad hoc committees, task forces, and other University governance bodies

·      Participate in leadership within professional organizations appropriate with the faculty member’s clinical experience and educational preparation

·      Conduct scholarship and/or research in areas of the faculty member’s academic interests

·      Participate in ongoing program accreditation as assigned by the program director

·      Maintain professional licensure and/or certification in areas of professional expertise

·      Participate in professional development appropriate for the faculty’s areas of professional expertise

·      Clinical practice up to 20% of effort if applicable

·      Participate in other duties as assigned by the program director

 

To apply: Applicants should apply using this link: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/756/cw/en-us/job/539584/univ-open-rank-pa-faculty-instructional-faculty-and-assessment-coordinator

 

 

 

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