Vice President of Medical Education and Research
Vice President of Medical Education and Research oversees and provides leadership for Graduate Medical Education, Research Affairs, and Center for Innovative Learning, Continuing Medical Education, and Undergraduate Medical Education at Mount Carmel Health System (MCHS). The position is key to the vision and academic strategy and is a liaison between MCHS and its affiliated medical colleges and other educational entities associated with MCHS.
Key Job Duties
1. Oversees for all functions in Graduate Medical Education including teaching and patient care. Sets vision and strategy for resident education and training including size and specialty of resident training programs to help meet future needs of the physician workforce.
2. Oversees all functions of the Office of Research Affairs including the Institutional Review Board (IRB), support of clinical trials in the system, and support of resident and faculty research within
Graduate Medical Education. Promotes and advocates for research affairs across the health system and actively seeks research opportunities for the system.
3. Oversees and provides strategic leadership for the Center for Experiential and Innovative Learning including the clinical skills and simulation center. Supports the collaborative effort between Medical Education, Human Resources, and other divisions to systematize the educational function for the Mount Carmel Health System.
4. Collaborates with other academic leaders in the health system including the President of the College of Nursing, MCHS Medical Staff leadership, MCHS Hospital Leadership, and Professional Practice / Nursing Leadership to set and implement educational strategies to promote learning and an educational environment across the system.
5. Serves as a liaison to Trinity Health, affiliated academic institutions, and within Mount Carmel for the Division of Medical Education regarding medical education and research activities.
How To Apply
1. Education – Medical Doctorate (MD) or Doctorate of Osteopathy (DO) degree required.
2. Licensure / Certification – must be duly licensed to practice medicine in the State of Ohio.
3. Experience – minimum five years of experience with Graduate Medical Education with significant experience in research including conducting clinical trials and demonstration of scholarly activity.
4. Must be a member in good standing of Mount Carmel Medical staff
5. Must be knowledgeable of continuously evolving standards, requirements, and trends of medical education and clinical research.
*Ohio licensure and membership on the Mount Carmel Medical Staff are not required to be considered for the Vice President role, offers may be extended contingent upon obtaining the required credentialing.
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