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Communications Writer

School, College or Department: Office of Public Relations
Date Posted: Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 13:55:00 EDT
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Reports To: Vice President of Communications and Strategic Initiatives Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

The Office of Public Relations at New York Medical College is seeking a creative and detail oriented communications professional to join our team.  The ideal candidate will have exceptional writing and editing skills as well the ability to work independently and adhere to deadlines.  The individual in this position will play an integral role in communications and marketing projects that promote New York Medical College including printed and electronic publications, events, social media, the website, media relations and advertisements. Candidates invited for an interview will be required to submit writing samples and take a proofreading test.   

Responsibilities

- Create and edit content for NYMC’s newsletters, alumni magazine, strategic plan, website, social media sites, brochures, press releases, crisis communications, community announcements, speeches, advertisements and email correspondence, - ensuring the accuracy, timeliness, relevance and effectiveness of the content; 

- Write and edit editorial copy for a variety of NYMC audiences, including but not limited to, current and prospective students, alumni, faculty, staff, the media and friends of the College; 

- Interview NYMC students, faculty, staff and alumni and write compelling profiles; 

- Create, schedule, and manage story assignments to meet appropriate deadlines. Coordinate with freelance writers and photographers as needed;

- Ensure NYMC’s style guide is enforced consistently and the Chicago Manual of Style style of writing is followed;

- Check spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and word usage; proofread for errors in content: copy, art and design; 

- Assist with promoting NYMC special events including assisting with invitations, marketing the events, writing press releases and doing social media posts;  

- Attend NYMC lectures and events taking photos and conducting interviews as necessary and writing articles for publication; 

- Develop and maintain professional relationships throughout the school and local community.  

- Stay current on industry standards and innovation through a commitment to ongoing professional development in the field of communications, marketing, content strategy, social media and issues affecting higher education.

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement:

Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Journalism or Communications required.

(B) Licenses or certifications:

None

(C) Technical/computer skills:

Proficiency with Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook).

Strong organizational, managerial and problem-solving skills are necessary. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills (including proofreading skills) with the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.  Strong personal and professional integrity with the highest ethical standards and a commitment to diversity essential.

(D) Prior experience:

Progressive experience editing/publishing and marketing experience required, preferably in an academic or nonprofit setting.  The ideal candidate will have experience managing multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to work outside of normal business hours if needed.

Apply online at: https://tcuscareers-touro.icims.com/jobs/6884/communications-specialist/login

 

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Coordinator

School, College or Department: Research
Date Posted: Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2020 09:11:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Vice President for Research Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

The position of Coordinator will provide support to the Vice President for Research for New York Medical College. They will also assist BioInc, the Manager for the Office of Research and Administrator for the Office of the Vice President for Research.

Responsibilities

1. Executive administrative support:

Handle overall administrative operations of the department and coordinating all activities within the department including scheduling meetings and conference calls; managing offsite meetings and associated tasks (research locations, booking lodging, travel etc.); proofreading documents; preparing expense reports; provide coverage and support to leadership team as needed.  

The individual will need to be able to support the Vice President and team using all remote technologies (phone and videoconferencing). Ordering of supplies and office equipment and tracking expenditures. Review and track all invoices for payment. Handle assorted duties as needed.

Activities further divided according to the needs of: Office of Vice President for Research, and BioInc.

2. Research Administration:

Assist in processing and financial management of grant activities and adhering to deadlines; prepare research manuscripts and NIH grant applications. Proofread documents prior to submission.

3. Budgets:

Assist in preparation and management of department budget. Preparing and implementing financial plans, forecasts and budgets.

4. Handle human resources issues including monitoring salary increases, time off etc. Monitor adherence to college policies and procedures.

5. Act as liaison between the Vice President and internal/external contacts. Represent the department in college activities and committees as needed.

Qualifications

(A.) Education requirement: 

BA or BS required, Master’s degree preferred.

(B.) Licenses or certifications:

None.

(C.) Technical/computer skills: 

Excellent PC knowledge - Zoom, Microsoft Word, Outlook, Access, Adobe Acrobat Pro, PowerPoint, and Excel. ERA commons is a plus.

(D.) Prior experience:  

 2+ years of executive administrative/managerial experience, with proven success supporting executives and/or a senior executive team and supervising clerical staff. Demonstrated ability to effectively and professionally interface with high level executives, clients, business associates, and employees.  Excellent attention to detail and follow-through skills.  Strong organizational skills.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills written, verbal) to assure successful interaction with all levels of employees and external contacts. Strong multi-tasker with excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously.  Experience preparing and implementing financial plans, forecasts and budgets.   Ability to manage data analyses.  Experience working with grant submissions.

NYMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Touro College and University System provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and is committed to ensuring a productive and non-discriminatory work environment in compliance with the Higher Education Act and Amendments, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”), the New York State Education Law, New York Human Rights Law and other applicable laws. It is the policy of the Touro College and University System to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.

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Senior Research Fellow

School, College or Department: Research
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 10:40:45 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Research Study Principal Investigator Job Status: Temporary Full-Time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

Work in the field of molecular immunology (innate immunity), and/or endocrinology (obesity) utilizing mouse models and cell culture. The Senior Fellow will work under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI) on sponsored research projects performing standard and complex laboratory procedures independently. Successful candidates will be expected to possess attention to detail; be able to communicate effectively at all levels, exhibit initiative, work well with others and independently; comply with all applicable safety procedures.

Responsibilities

1. Perform ongoing experiments requiring cellular biochemical techniques Some knowledge in research methodology and statistical analysis, cell and molecular biology, familiarity with animal studies, cell/tissue culture preparation, and/or inflammation research is beneficial.

2. Data acquisition, discussion and presentation.

3. Purchasing and inventory management.

4. Participate in Joint Research with other team members.

5. Oversight of laboratory technicians and general lab maintenance and organization tasks.

Qualifications

(A.) Education requirement:
M.S. or Ph.D. in Biology, Biochemistry or a related field.


(B.) Licenses or certifications:
Certification through NYMC Safety Training.


(C.) Technical/computer skills:
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Data input and acquisition and presentation. Inventory management and procurement of laboratory supplies, etc. utilizing NYMC online purchase program. Ability to adapt to computer applications related to data collection.


(D.) Prior experience:
Significant hands-on experience in research laboratory setting. Oversight of other technical members of the lab.


(E.) Other skills/requirements:
Proficiency in lab equipment usage.


(F.). Physical and Environmental Demands:

Physical:
Moderate standing/movement to accomplish lab procedures.

Environmental:
Use of safety garments, goggles, surgical gloves, etc.

NYMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

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Research Fellow

School, College or Department: Research
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 09:21:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Research Study Principal Investigator Job Status: Temporary Full-Time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

Work in the field of molecular immunology (innate immunity), and/or endocrinology (obesity) utilizing mouse models and cell culture. The fellows will work under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI) on sponsored research projects performing standard and complex laboratory procedures. Successful candidates will be expected to possess attention to detail; be able to communicate effectively at all levels, exhibit initiative, work well with others; comply with all applicable safety procedures.

Responsibilities

1. Assist with ongoing experiments; prepare and maintain cultured cells.

2. Prepare solutions, reagents, media or stains for prescribed tests; collect data.

3. Maintain accurate files and timely records of test results.

4. Maintain supply inventory; and participate in meetings with the PI and lab staff.

5. Some knowledge in research methodology and statistical analysis, cell and molecular biology, familiarity with animal studies, cell/tissue culture preparation, and/or inflammation research is beneficial.

Qualifications

(A.) Education requirement:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field.


(B.) Licenses or certifications:
N/A.


(C.) Technical/computer skills:
Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Word. Ability to adapt to computer applications related to data collection.


(D.) Prior experience:
1-2 years of related lab experience.

NYMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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Handyman

School, College or Department: Student Residential Life and Housing
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 09:16:58 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Student Housing Superintendent Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

Reporting to the Student Housing Superintendent, handyman will be responsible for performing routine repairs and maintenance in student housing. This position is security sensitive and requires a background investigation.

Responsibilities

1. Perform routine and minor repairs and maintenance such as changing electric heaters, fixing outlets, replacing switches, drain and faucet repairs, replacing light bulbs, plastering holes in walls and minor painting, in housing units and in common areas of housing facilities.

2. Perform routine and scheduled preventative maintenance of heating, plumbing, air conditioning, electrical and fire safety systems and equipment. Escort outside contractors (including exterminator) performing work.

3. Respond to calls for maintenance and repairs from residents in student housing units and perform repairs and maintenance as scheduled with student residents. Perform minor repairs as necessary in vacant units.

4. Assists Superintendent in ensuring that housing facilities and property are properly maintained.  Ensure that repair and maintenance service requests are performed professionally.

5. Assist with student lockout. Shares on-call duties with the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent and responds to off shift emergencies as needed.

6. Performs lawn mowing, leaf blowing, plowing, snowblowing sidewalks, operating small equipment/vehicles, planting, mulching and pruning as needed. Assists with cleaning of common areas. Other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications

(A) Education Requirement:

The individual should possess a high school diploma, Trade school or equivalent GED certificate.

(B) Licenses or Certifications:

Valid driver’s license required – current OSHA 10 hour construction certification or the ability to obtain certification within (6) months.

(C) Technical/Computer Skills:

Should be mechanically and electrically proficient with a good understanding of buildings and equipment.  Must be detail-oriented with the ability to multi-task as well as work independently. Good organizational and communication skills.  Must be diplomatic in dealing with the public and exercise sound judgment. Must be able to utilize a CMMS/iPad for work order assignments and inspections. The individual must be able to communicate professionally in English (both verbally and in writing).

(D) Prior Experience:

A minimum of (5) years prior experience in building maintenance as a Handyperson with demonstrated knowledge and experience operating machinery and equipment related to responsibilities of the position.  Knowledge of workplace safety is essential.

(E) Physical & Environmental Demands:

Frequently required to walk to various campus locations and is occasionally required to assess and maintain other related equipment.  The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds and climb ladders. Must be able to perform extensive physical work in inclement weather (e.g. shoveling snow).  Certain aspects of indoor work is performed in non- air conditioned space. Work sometimes performed on/near operating equipment.  Outdoor work performed in all climates.

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Assistant to the Director of Diversity and Inclusion

School, College or Department: Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Date Posted: Date: Wed, 04 Nov 2020 13:15:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

The Assistant to the Director of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) will report to the Vice Chancellor and work in the New York Medical College (NYMC) Office of D&I. This position supports all of the students on the NYMC Valhalla campus in the School of Medicine (SOM), Touro College of Dental Medicine (TCDM), School of Nursing, School of Health Science and Practice (SHSP) and the Graduate School of Basic Science (GSBS).

The Assistant to the Director will support the College’s senior leadership team as they develop and implement strategic diversity, equity and inclusion efforts that advance the College’s mission and vision. Under the direction of the leadership of the College, the Assistant to the Director will collaborate with key College constituencies to deploy initiatives that contribute to the achievement of equity and D&I related goals.

The Assistant to the Director is also responsible for the following:

  • Contribute to the recruitment, retention, and success of underrepresented faculty, staff and students
  • Support the efforts of the NYMC’s faculty and academic leaders to enhance the College’s curriculum as it pertains to equity and D&I
  • Serve as a supportive resource for underrepresented students and student organizations; making sure to make referrals of students at risk as necessary.

Responsibilities

  • Support the leadership of the College as they develop strategies, through a diversity, equity and inclusion plan, that are designed to increase and support student, faculty, and curricular diversity and aid the leadership in the implementation of these plans.
  • Assist in establishing a career guidance program which provides individualized career counseling sessions to facilitate the transition processes for students as they advance through their curriculum.
  • Support multicultural student organizations that provide a forum for student participation in campus affairs, student recruitment, social events, and service initiatives in the local (Westchester) and surrounding (New York City) communities.
  • Collaborate with the Office of Academic Support to support their strategies specifically designed to increase the retention and success of students who are underrepresented in health care professions.
  • Support the Office of Student Mental Health & Wellness to foster emotional wellness of URM students; Be vigilant when encountering students who may be in distress and make mental health referrals when appropriate.
  • Support faculty and curriculum committees to diversify faculty and visiting lecturers, and develop unconscious bias and anti-racism workshops.
  • Support NYMC efforts related to anti-racism and anti-bias in the health professions, particularly with regards to training faculty, staff, and students.
  • Support NYMC coursework related to Multiculturalism, anti-bias and anti-racism.  
  • Assist in applying for grant funding to help increase the robustness of diversity, equity and inclusion offering at NYMC SOM and TCDM.
  • Attend diversity recruitment visits to undergraduate schools and national meetings.
  • Support faculty development programs focused on creating and assessing diverse educational experiences, curricular and co-curricular, that foster student learning.
  • Demonstrate substantial experience and judgment in intergroup or interpersonal relationships and potential difficulties that involve members of the community, including faculty, staff, students and others.
  • Collaborate with trained campus mediators when acute differences of understanding need to be calmed and bridged.
  • Assist diversity planning, including initiatives selected by the College leadership that demonstrate the College’s commitment to a welcoming, inclusive environment for all of its students, faculty, staff and visitors.
  • Help our students to feel a sense of belonging as they go through our educational program.
  • Track Summer opportunities, scholarship opportunities and visiting clerkships; assist in creating a central location where students may gain access to knowledge of these opportunities.
  • Work with the offices of student affairs to identify gaps in services and support efforts to offer remedies to these identified gaps.
  • Collaborate and support the Program Director of the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) Post Baccalaureate Master’s Program at NYMC to ensure continuity of success upon matriculation of students.
  • Establish annual and quarterly review of policies, practices, and project development.
  • Assist Professors identified by the Chancellor & CEO in supporting the teaching of the modules on racism and the history of anatomical instruction, eugenics, the role of physicians in the African slave trade, and hospital and medical society desegregation in the required history of medicine course for medical students and the Touro system-wide course on systemic racism.
  • Other duties are assigned either by the Vice Chancellor, the Dean of the School of Medicine, the College Chief-of Staff, or the Chancellor.

Qualifications

Education requirement

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master’s degree preferred

Prior experience

  • Minimum five years of experience in a higher education setting related to support of students and faculty. Particular experience in D&I efforts is a plus.
  • Experience working with underserved communities is highly desired.
  • Candidates with experience with grant submissions and strong clinical and research perspectives preferred.

Other skills/requirements

The successful candidate will demonstrate a collaborative and transparent leadership style, strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to collaborate with and advise students, student organizations, faculty and staff from all backgrounds and identities.

In addition, the Assistant Director must possess the demonstrated ability to collect and use data to assess the effectiveness of initiatives. Additional requirements include outstanding organizational, problem solving, and program development skills; in-depth, contemporary knowledge of the culture of higher education and the issues of access, inclusion, diversity, equity, belonging and multiculturalism in a higher education setting; and the respect for and understanding of shared governance.

The College is committed to and seeks diversity among its faculty, staff and students. Such a commitment ensures an atmosphere that is diverse and complex in ways that are intellectually and socially enriching for the entire campus community. Applications by members of all underrepresented groups, as well as from individuals with experience teaching or working in a multicultural environment, are encouraged.

NYMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Administrator I - Office of Medical Student Affairs

School, College or Department: School of Medicine - Office of Medical Student Affairs
Date Posted: Date: Tue, 01 Dec 2020 09:55:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Director, Office of Medical Student Affairs (MSA) Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

This position works directly with the Director, Advisory, Associate and Senior Associate Dean(s) for Students. The Office of Medical Student Affairs (MSA) serves over 800 students per annum. This position is integral in the provision of high-level support to the Director and Deans and deals with sensitive and highly confidential matters. The individual must communicate effectively (both in writing and orally) with faculty, staff, students, and clinical affiliates and be highly detail-oriented.   This position reports directly to and works closely with the Director of Student Affairs, and will often times assume duties requiring independent judgment and be accountable for fulfilling critical functions of the job with minimal direction.  The Administrator will be responsible for assisting the Director on special annual events (live and/or virtual) such as the White Coat Ceremony, Commencement, Hooding Ceremony, Match Day, orientation, etc.  The Administrator will provide direct support to the Advisory Dean and Summer Research programs and is the back-up person for ERAS, VSAS, and lottery systems.  This position involves regular interaction with internal offices and external organizations including hospitals and other clerkship sites.  The Administrator is also responsible for assuming the responsibilities or as a back-up in the absence of the Director. 

Responsibilities

  • Assist the Director in the maintenance of external relationships for all clerkships, including but not limited to:  assisting with student on-boarding requirements; housing assignments; LGS and schedule distribution; student eligibility confirmation; quarterly update of site contacts; etc.

  • Work with Student Health office to assist students with all aspects of on-boarding at NYMC as well as clinical rotation sites. Follow-up with students who are out of compliance with OSHA, BLS, net learning, Patient Safety, child abuse requirements, immunization or any other aspect of NYMC Health requirements and assist to bring students into compliance.

  • Assist the Senior Associate Dean, Associate Deans and Director with various confidential student needs, MSPE’s, student evaluations, working closely with the Medical Education Office, Registrar’s Office, Health Services, Information Technology, and external affiliates.
  • Assist the director with various requests; including but not limited to receiving and proper distribution of mail, copying, faxing, emailing, scheduling of conference rooms, contacting various departments, catering orders, ordering supplies, assisting with budgetary items.

  • Formulate and update highly confidential student reports and data for use of the departmental director and deans.

  • Create professional memos and letters to be distributed on behalf of the deans and director to students, staff, and administration.

  • Event coordination for OSA programs including but not limited to: Summer Research, Orientations, Honors Day, Commencement, White Coat Ceremony, Match Day, Career Advisement Workshops, Academic Support Workshops.

  • Upload student documents, certificates, etc., to E-Portfolio, LCMS+/LEO and ERAS.

  • Primary person responsible for scheduling student appointments in Online Calendars for multiple deans, director and confirm the appointments with the students.

  • Primary person responsible for greeting visitors in the OSA and answer heavy volume of telephones with multiple lines and properly construct detailed messages, transfer to voicemail or transfer to a live person upon availability. 

  • Assist with the monitoring and documenting of all Student COVID-related issues; travel requests; notices from Student Health; compliance with NYMC policies; isolation plans and test results.  Oversee and document student random testing results for COVID-19.

  • Primary person responsible to monitor and sort incoming MSASTAFF emails and route accordingly to the appropriate MSA member to address. 

  • Primary person responsible for overseeing all aspects of the House Advisory Dean Program, including but not limited to; schedule of meetings; individual appointments; group meetings; Zoom meetings; maintenance of online schedule for all ten (10) Advisory Houses; reserve rooms for in person meetings; order and set up catering as required.

  • Primary person responsible for office schedules, calendar, recording of meeting minutes, interview space resource management for ERAS interviews.

  • Triaging emails from interested students for Career Specialty Advisors - multi-step process from receiving email from student, researching available specialty advisor, assigning advisor, facilitating communication and distributing handbook. 

  • Share Responsibility with the Project Coordinator and Assistant Director for answering the phones, greeting visitors, scheduling and confirming appointments, distributing mail and other administrative support duties at the request of the deans or director.

  • Primary person for distribution of OSA mass emails to groups, recording of minutes.

  • Other tasks and duties and may be needed in support of MSA matters.

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement:

Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent experience.

(B) Technical/computer skills: Other skills/requirements:

Proficient with computers, internet-savvy, extensive experience with MS Office products including Outlook, Excel, Word with advanced-level capability to create Excel reports and spreadsheets, organize myriads of appointments and travel arrangements, create professional documents, and more;  E-Portfolio, web based systems (Zoom), Bookings, Calendly, Tableau, LCMS+ (LEO), Google Docs, Qualtrics and the ability to learn new programs as needed.

(C) Prior experience:

Must have experience working in a fast paced, collaborative environment and possess the, ability to adapt and address rapidly changing priorities of a professional work environment. Preferably in a college/educational setting, but not required.

(D) Other skills/requirements:

Strong organizational skills; Excellent Communication Skills (oral and written); Excellent judgment; Ability to problem solve and work independently and work well with others (team player); Strong work ethic; Innovative thinker; A person who is highly adaptable and can respond to rapidly changing needs with the ability to shift priorities and workflow as required, multi-task and work in a demanding and at times hectic environment.  Ability to employ discretion when dealing with sensitive student/faculty matters.  Ability to be available to work, as needed during early, late, weekend and/or holiday hours. Availability to be occasionally designated as the “on-Call” individual to monitor MSA messages on weekends/holidays.

Apply for the position of Administrator I - Office of Medical Student Affairs online.

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Director of Restricted Funds & Grants Management

School, College or Department: Finance/Budget Office
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 03 Dec 2020 16:49:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Budget Officer Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

Oversee financial administration of grants to ensure revenues and expenditures are properly reviewed, documented and reported and comply with the requirements of the funding body, current legislation and generally accepted accounting principles. Manage, direct, and supervise the Restricted Funds (Grants) Accounting team ensuring they have the supervision, tools and training to perform their duties in an efficient and effective manner. Develop strong working relationships with the Office of Research and Administration, Researchers, Faculty, Deans, Budget Office, etc. Ensure compliance with internal and external policy and procedures, regulations and contract restrictions.

Responsibilities

Manage and direct post award administration for all restricted fund expenditures – expenditures related to grants (Federal, State, Foundation, Industry, Pharmaceuticals etc.), faculty practice plans, designated purpose funds or other restricted funds. 

Review restricted fund transactions (revenue and expense) to be processed to the general ledger ensuring proper audit evidence and approvals. Ensure the transactions adhere to generally accepted accounting principles, funding agency guidelines as well as College policy and procedures.

Ensure all federal transactions are in accordance with the grant agreement and Uniform Guidance.

Thoroughly understand and ensure compliance with all federal funding regulations, State and industry regulations and College policies. Ensure proper financial handling of restricted funds by the Principal Investigators (PIs) and the administrators.

Stay current on all federal grant regulation, process and reporting requirements, including Uniform Guidance.

Act as a liaison between the Principal Investigators (PIs), Sponsors and the College. Work with the PIs closely – conduct meetings to discuss and settle grant related problems and enforce compliance to regulations.

Maintain regular communications with principal investigators and communicate with fiscal contacts at funding agencies for problem resolution and information gathering.

Manage grant and contract billing and invoicing

Monitor receivables and amounts due from agencies

Conduct direct cash draws as appropriate

Prepare, review, and submit all Financial Reporting as required by each grant

Supervision of the Restricted Funds (Grants) Accounting team; delegation of assignments to meet deadlines; review staff productivity and efficiency; monitor staff's professional development.

Organize and assign regular duties and special projects for the team and assist in the timely completion of job activities.

Work closely with the Office of Research Administration and funding agencies to ensure a continuity of services from pre-award through post-award, including reconciliations, financial status reports, final invoices, purchase order liquidations, zeroing out budgets, and final reporting.

Perform all task associated with the general ledger of the College’s accounting system as it relates to restricted funds, i.e., approve requisitions, purchase orders, invoices, enter budget transfers, journal entries, and other associated tasks.

Compile data and maintain appropriate documentation for each grant-related award.

Actively participates in the preparation of the College’s Facilities & Administrative Cost Proposal (provides analytics relating to the various pools, as well as direct base calculations and cost sharing).

Calculate the indirect cost for each grant on a quarterly basis.

Prepare working papers and schedules for external audit of restricted funds for incorporation into the College financial statements and other financial reports as required.

Responsible for the preparation and accuracy of the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards. Assist with other schedules needed for the Single Audit.

Assist with data and reports needed for various surveys and questionnaires (NSF, AAMC, LCME, etc.)

Attend professional trainings as a means of remaining current in the latest accounting methods, principles and practices

Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Education requirement: Bachelor’s required.  Master’s Degree (Management & Accounting) preferred

Licenses or certifications: None

Technical/computer skills: Proficient in Microsoft Excel

Prior experience:

  • 4-5 years’ experience in Grant Accounting
  • 4-5 years’ experience in supervision and management
  • Excellent problem solving and communication skills including strong financial system and software package skills (i.e. Excel, etc.)
  • Excellent interpersonal, analytical, organizational and planning skills, the ability to multi-task, to evaluate issues and provide alternative solutions
  • A team player that maintains calm under pressure, self-started, proactive and service oriented individual
  • Knowledge of a university or college research environment is a definite asset 

Physical and Environmental Demands

Physical: Sitting – Periods of long exposure working on computer, Filing of grant documents

Environmental: None

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Director of Campus Security

School, College or Department: Campus Security
Date Posted: Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2020 09:10:52 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

The Director of Campus Security provides leadership, vision, and direction to the non-sworn unionized Department staffed by New York State licensed unarmed security officers. Responsible for the 24/7 safety and security of the College’s students, staff, patients, visitors and all facilities and buildings.

Responsibilities

1. Ensures college is in full compliance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations relative to the safety and security of the College. Duties include, but are not limited to, preparing reports and presentations for leadership as required, conducting investigations, security and threat assessments, preparation and submission of the annual Clery security and fire safety report and ensure ongoing compliance with all Clery and NYS Enough is Enough requirements, assist with Title 9 investigations, Manage VAWA training program, prepare annual operating and capital budget, assist in planning and staffing for special events, graduation, ceremonies, and dignitary visits ,manage all aspects of CCTV, access control and other security systems, parking and visitor management, manage and maintain security vehicle fleet, maintain outdoor emergency phone towers, determine staff uniform requirements and needs, manage mass notifications systems and messaging, maintains membership in professional security organizations, seeks out training opportunities, writes and submit security grants. 

2. Serves as Incident Commander for all campus emergencies, weather events and criminal incidents.  Coordinates with other campus Departments and outside agencies to ensure that all necessary resources are utilized and measures taken to resolve or reduce the impact of the incident.  Acts as primary liaison with emergency responders.  Develops, sends out and updates mass notification messages related to event/s.  Notifies, briefs and continually updates College leadership. Conducts post event review and critique.

3. Makes staffing recommendations and assignments based on security assessments and staff capabilities and experience.  Recruit and hires staff, develops training programs for new and current security staff with strong emphasis on emergency response, community relations and customer service. Manages all personnel issues in concert with Human Resources and General Counsel. Ensures security officers are properly licensed at all times. Trains Associate and Assistant Directors to assume Director duties in his/her absence.

4. Continually reviews, updates, revises, and develops security policies and procedures. Reviews all incident and other department report for accuracy and completeness.  Expected to develop an on line computer dispatch and reporting system and will coordinate dispatch, incident reporting, CCTV, access control, and alarm systems onto one platform.

5. Revises current and develops new crime prevention strategies and training programs for students and staff.  Focuses on active shooter, lockdown, evacuation, shelter in place situational awareness, threat assessments and emergency messaging.  Working with Touro Emergency Management staff, develops and participates in drills from tabletop to full scale exercises.

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement: 

Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice or related field, Masters preferred. 

(B) Licenses or certifications:

 Maintain NYS Full carry pistol permit and HR218. NYS General Topics Police Instructor preferred.  Graduate of FBI National Academy of PERF Senior Management Institute for Police or equivalent training.  Required to obtain and maintain a NYS armed guard license within 60 days of employment.

(C) Technical/computer skills:

 Microsoft word, PowerPoint and Excel.  Understanding of CCTV and access control systems preferred.

(D) Prior experience:

15+ years police experience with at least 5 years at a supervisory/command level with a strong background in training and/or community relations. Public speaking experience.

Apply for the Director of Campus Security position online.

Human Resources Department (914) 594-2800

Program Coordinator, Clinical Skills and Simulation Center

School, College or Department: School of Medicine
Date Posted: Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2020 10:25:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Director of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center (CSSC) Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

 Reporting to the Director of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center (CSSC), the Program Coordinator, a vital member of the CSSC team, is primarily responsible for managing and organizing internal and external programmatic bookings, overseeing the center’s calendar, managing Standardized Patient (SP) staffing for clinical skills experiences and assessments, organizing materials related to SP and student training sessions, organizing SP hours and completing SP payroll, collaborating with human resources for SP onboarding and institutional compliance, navigating various simulation technology platforms, overseeing SP hiring protocols, training proctors and facilitators, being a liaison for external clinical skills clients, and handling administrative tasks related to catering, transportation, event organization, exam room maintenance, and upholding confidential document management. Superior customer service skills as well as the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of organizational personnel, staff/faculty and students is paramount.

Responsibilities

Program Support:

  • Act as the primary liaison for program bookings and keep the center’s calendar, as well as the Campus Resource Scheduler consistently updated.
  • Participate in instructional opportunities related to interpersonal communication skills, physical examination, and conscious/unconscious bias training initiatives.
  • Maintain an organized simulation case library, consistently record simulation content changes, accurately disseminate changes to faculty, students and SPs, and ensure that rationale is precisely documented.
  • Assist directors with targeting external, revenue generating clients and oversee scheduling of residency program bookings.
  • Exhibit optimal email organization skills by ensuring that essential email threads are archived and email prompts to SPs, Students, and/or Faculty always go out in a timely manner.
  • Maintain proficiency in simulation technology platforms associated with operating manikins, programming the Center’s data capture system (LearningSpace), operating virtual training programs on LearningSpace and/or zoom, and updating program content associated TEAMS channels.
  • Ensure that moulage techniques and related supplies are sufficiently supplied at the center and realistically applied to manikins or simulated patients.
  • Oversee the training and reliability of program proctors, facilitators, and hall monitors.
  • Assist Directors(s) with monitoring daily testing and fill in as a facilitator/proctor as needed.
  • Uphold data confidentiality and security among all users of the skills center.

SP Program Support:

  • Manage scheduling SPs and distributing availability inquiries far in advance of programs in order to guarantee programmatic casting.
  • Develop an innovative system for managing up-to-date SP availably inquiries.
  • Be the first line of defense if there is a change to a simulation schedule or an SP becomes unavailable at the last minute which includes a commitment to monitoring. email/casting boards on evenings prior to a scheduled program the next day.
  • Work closely with Clinical Skills Center Staff to implement inventive audition procedures and cultivate new groups of SPs via casting networks, headshots/resumes, etc.
  • Keep updated records of SP Contact Grids, SP Hiring folders, yearly SP contracts and potential SP headshots. This is especially vital for casting and records management needs.
  • Closely oversee proctors, video techs, SPs, and student logistics when programs are running. Facilitate/Video Tech small programs when need be.
  • Provide continuity and quality assurance for program schedules, SP casting and monitor LearningSpace programming accuracy.
  • Maintain active SP rater-reliably data base and track specific student/SP pairings.

Administrative Support:

  • Maintain a master tracking guide that outlines all simulation cases that occur at the center to assist directors with tracking the implementation of Entrustable Professional Activities and Interprofessional Activities for competency based assessments.
  • Assist SP Program Director with facilitating bi-weekly payroll for 80+ employees and self-manage submission of timesheets to payroll for processing.
  • Manage incident reports, keep active casting rosters, and make sure that SPs adhere to general rules of the Clinical Skills Center.
  • Act as primary liaison between Human Resources and SPs (i.e. onboarding, documentation, and retention).
  • Maintain an efficient and cooperative relationship with various transportation means, the security department and cab companies, to manage booking the actors to and from the train station. (Manage related blanket purchase orders).
  • Ensure that exam/simulation rooms are accurately set up for programs and that necessary medical supplies are continually stocked.
  • Oversee catering requests for clinical skills programs and manage related blanket purchase orders.
  • Facilitate tours and student/faculty orientations of Clinical Skills Center.

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement:

Bachelor’s Degree Required.

(B) Technical/Computer skills:

Computer literacy in PC and Mac-based software applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom.  

(C) Other Skills:

  • Willingness to work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students.
  • Demonstrated history of meeting deadlines.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be innovative, decisive and motivated.
  • Must possess strong professional integrity and show a commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Human Resources Department (914) 594-2800

Administrator, Department of Family & Community Medicine

School, College or Department: Department of Family and Community Medicine
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2020 10:10:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

Department Administrator of the Department of Family Medicine is responsible for supporting the Chair in managing the academic, clinical and research activities of the department. This position requires a highly motivated, organized and experienced professional who leads by example. The Administrator monitors key performance indicators, manages departmental budgets and staffing and acts as the point of contact for all programs except for the Family Medicine Clerkship. This is a fluid role, responsibilities and duties will evolve with the growth of the Department.

Responsibilities

1. Tracks billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable for the Family Health Center.

2. Identifies areas for improvement in reimbursement, follows up on past due accounts.

3. Prepares financial reports as needed for Chair and Dean’s Office.

4. Ensures compliance with state, local and school regulations.

5. Oversees the budgets of the academic unit and Family Health Center, reviews and approves all funding requests.

6. Coordinates all marketing for the Family Health Center.

7. Manages clinic schedule, personnel, approves timesheets.

8. Prepares proposals and reports for grants.

9. Handles requests and paperwork for faculty appointments and reappointments.

10. Actively participates in recruitment of community preceptors.

11. Acts as liaison for the Department Chair both internally and externally.

12. Organizes and leads Department meetings and GME meetings.

13. Manages Department events and projects.

14. Other duties or projects as assigned by the Chair including cross coverage.

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement: 

Bachelor’s degree required.

(B) Technical/computer skills: 

Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Zoom, Web-based programs as needed, Financial Spreadsheets, Budgets.

(C) Prior experience: 

Minimum 5 years administrative/managerial experience in a healthcare or educational setting, prefer experience in medical setting.

(D) Other skills/requirements:   

Keen organizational & interpersonal skills; excellent time management with ability to prioritize and make appropriate decisions.  Strong communication skills (verbal, written and interpersonal). Good analytical skills with great attention to detail. Must be able to maintain confidentiality at all times.

Apply for the Administrator of the Department of Family and Community Medicine online.

Human Resources Department (914) 594-2800

Administrative Assistant, Department of Family & Community Medicine

School, College or Department: Department of Family & Community Medicine
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2020 10:01:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Department Administrator/ Department Chair Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

The Department Administrative Assistant provides clerical support for the Department of Family & Community Medicine and the NYMC Family Health Center.

Responsibilities

1. Answers telephone, directs calls, takes phone messages, and reviews voicemail.
2. Greets patients, obtains patient information, and directs patients to exam room, checks out patients at end of visit.
3. Collects patient payments and enters into record-keeping system.
4. Verifies insurance status and patient responsibility.
5. Filing, copying, preparing files for Family Health Center, Clerkship Coordinator, Administrator, Faculty & Chair.
6. Data entry into Electronic Medical Record, Billing System, Vaccine Portal.
7. Collect, open & distribute mail.
8. Monitor FM Faculty Practice mailbox.
9. Fax and scan documents in a manner compliant with HIPAA and FERPA.
10. Other tasks as needed or as assigned by the Administrator or Chair.

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement:

Associates Degree.

(B) Technical/computer skills:

Skilled in Microsoft Office, ability to learn cloud-based computer programs, strong phone and communication skills.

(C) Prior experience:

Work in a healthcare setting desired.

Apply for the Administrative Assistant position online.

Human Resources Department (914) 594-2800

Director of Facilities Management & Capital Planning

School, College or Department: Office of Facilities Management & Capital Planning
Date Posted: Date: Wed, 04 Nov 2020 13:52:00 EST
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla, NY

Overview

The Director of Facilities Management & Capital Planning provides innovative and strategic leadership for all aspects of facilities operations, including all facets of facilities management, capital planning and construction management at New York Medical College (NYMC).  The Director leads a staff of approximately 30 NYMC employees, overseeing the operations, maintenance and construction in and around the 25 buildings and related infrastructure found on the 54 acres of property at NYMC.  The Director will also serve as NYMC’s representative of Facilities management in interactions with the Board of Trustees, state and local officials, and be member of the broader Touro College and University System Senior Facilities Management Team.

Responsibilities

Personnel Management:

Perform all tasks necessary to manage a large staff of employees including, but not limiting to, recruiting and filling vacant positions in collaboration with Human Resources, providing constructive feedback to subordinate staff, and ensuring utmost professionalism and efficiency of facilities and maintenance personnel.

Budget and Contract Management:

Manage and maximize supply chain, competitive sourcing, and procurement activities to ensure proper budgeting, planning and use of all financial resources.

Operations & Maintenance:

Ensure proper maintenance and operation of facilities equipment and systems. Provide oversight of preventive maintenance programs, outage responses, repairs, inspection programs, planned upgrades, and any other aspect of facilities management.

Capital Projects:

Serve as the project head of short and long-term capital planning initiatives. Develop tailored sustainability assessments, utilize data metrics and survey tracking, and exercising strategic fiscal responsibility to ensure proper policies, procedures, design guidelines, and standard contracts meet the utmost standards of best practices for project planning and implementation.

Communications:

Develop positive relationships with key colleagues and stakeholders across the campus community. Utilize various College communication platforms including email list serves and NYMC newsletter to provide clear, concise, and robust communications at the appropriate level of detail for any constituency including staff, faculty, students, trustees, or others.

Qualifications

Education

  • Bachelor's degree in planning, architecture, engineering, or related field

Experience

  • At least 10 years of progressive management experience or equivalent combination.
  • Demonstrated ability of leading large teams to manage complex projects successfully, efficiently and cost effectively
  • Experience leading a union and non-unionized staff
  • Knowledge of all applicable regulatory codes and standard practice and experience with the development and control of budgets
  • Working knowledge of all applicable regulations/codes/standards best practices
  • Broad knowledge and understanding of broad range of Environment, Health and Safety fields and advanced or expert knowledge of laboratory design (including laboratory ventilation).

Skills:

  • Ability to multitask and balance a variety of short and long term projects
  • Capacity to effectively communicate organizational goals and objectives
  • Detail oriented
  • Flexibility to meet the evolving needs of a college community
  • Strong written, verbal, interpersonal communications and negotiation skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Creative problem solving
  • Capability to overcome uncertainty
Human Resources Department (914) 594-2800

Family Medicine Clerkship Director

School, College or Department: Department of Family and Community Medicine
Date Posted: Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2020 13:16:44 EDT
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine Job Status: Full-time Location: Valhalla Campus

Overview

New York Medical College (NYMC) School of Medicine (SOM) invites applications for a unique opportunity to join an academic family medicine practice, and to serve in a SOM educational leadership role as Family Medicine Clerkship Director reporting to the Department Chair. This is a 1.0 full time equivalent position available to candidates with a minimum of 3 years’ in clinical practice, prior experience teaching medical students and/or residents, board certification in Family Medicine, and current license or eligibility for licensure in New York State. Academic appointment and salary are commensurate with experience.

The Department currently has 47 full time faculty and a network of more than 100 voluntary community faculty preceptors distributed across the tristate metropolitan area (NY, NJ, CT) support LCME- and ACGME-accredited training programs. The College’s 4-year MD Program includes over 200 students per year with educational curricula for third-year clerkship, fourth-year elective rotations, and a summer service-learning experience for pre-clinical students. The College’s ACGME-accredited Family Medicine training programs sponsor 67 residents in New York and New Jersey.

In the role of Academic Family Medicine Physician and Clerkship Director, the successful candidate will enjoy a learning and work environment that reflects the academic and community health missions of the College. Our new non-profit faculty practice is co-located with the dental clinic of Touro College of Dental Medicine on the College’s campus, and offers convenient full-spectrum care to students, staff and the community. As an educational leader, the successful candidate will develop and deliver educational curricula to third-year medical students, assess student performance, mentor students and faculty, recruit and develop community preceptors, and participate in scholarly activity. This is a unique opportunity to develop innovative clinical and educational programs to promote the specialty of Family Medicine, and offers great potential for leadership and academic growth.

NYMC, founded in 1860, is part of the Touro College and University System and is located on a 55-acre campus in Valhalla NY adjacent to Westchester Medical Center, and has schools of medicine (MD), dentistry (DDS), health professions (MPH, DPH, DPT, MS in Speech Language Pathology, MS in Biostatistics), graduate studies (MS, PhD), and nursing (BSN).

NYMC is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to create an environment which fosters the recruitment and retention of a diverse student body, faculty, staff and administration. We encourage qualified applicants from women, minorities, veterans, individuals with a disability, and historically underrepresented groups. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race/ethnicity, color, genetic information, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, political affiliation, or veteran status. Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) should make their needs for accommodation known to the search committee administration.

Responsibilities

  • Design and management of the Family Medicine Clerkship which includes curriculum design, program evaluation, student evaluation
  • Provide medical care as a Family Physician to patients of the NYMC Family Health Center
  • Recruitment and management of community preceptor network including site visits, feedback and annual site assessment
  • Ensure compliance with LCME requirements related to the Family Medicine Clerkship
  • Participate in medical school curriculum planning, development and evaluation
  • Faculty development for Family Medicine community preceptors
  • Mentorship and advising medical students and faculty

Qualifications

(A) Education requirement

  • MD degree or equivalent

(B) Licenses or certifications

  • Board-certified or -eligible in Family Medicine
  • Active or eligible for NY State license as a physician, DEA control certificate

(C) Technical/computer skills

  • Adept at Microsoft Office Suite, web-based programs such as EMR, Leo and Learning Space
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and teamwork
  • Highly professional and ability to exercise discretion in a community family practice

(D) Prior experience

  • Minimum 3-years’ experience in an academic setting teaching and supervising medical students and/or residents
  • Professional degree in health science education or related education/experience, as well as community practice management a plus

(E) Physical and Environmental Demands

  • Standing up to 2 hours
  • Ability to drive/commute to community teaching sites/offices

Touro College and University System provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and is committed to ensuring a productive and non-discriminatory work environment in compliance with the Higher Education Act and Amendments, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”), the New York State Education Law, New York Human Rights Law and other applicable laws. It is the policy of the Touro College and University System to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, pregnancy, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.

Apply online at: https://nymccareers-touro.icims.com/jobs/6698/family-medicine-clerkship-director/login

Department of Family & Community Medicine at (914) 594-2260

Westchester Medical Center Health System & New York Medical College Seek a Director of the Radiation Oncology Clinical Service, and Chair of the Academic Department of Radiation Medicine

School, College or Department: School of Medicine, Department of Radiation Medicine
Date Posted: Date: Sun, 17 May 2020 11:11:00 EDT
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Dean, School of Medicine Location: Valhalla Campus

Chitti R. Moorthy, Professor of Clinical Radiation Medicine and Department Chair, is returning to the full time faculty after long and honorable service as Department Chair. Therefore, the Westchester Medical Center Health System (WMCHealth) and the New York Medical College School of Medicine (NYMC) seek a full time Director of the Radiation Oncology Clinical Service of the WMCHealth Network and Academic Chairperson of the Department. This is a 12-month service period position per year, with an anticipated start date in Spring/Summer 2021. The successful candidate will be expected to provide programmatic excellence in clinical services, education, and independent original research.

The Radiation Oncology Clinical Service and the Department of Radiation Oncology are academic radiation oncology programs supporting a multidisciplinary approach to patient care and is an integral part of the Cancer Program at WMCHealth. Radiation oncology services are provided at three facilities within the WMCHealth System: Westchester Medical Center, which includes the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in Valhalla NY, Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern NY, and MidHudson Regional Medical Center in Poughkeepsie NY.  The Department’s clinical programs include the entire range of services, including image-guided IMRT, SBRT, hyperthermia, brachytherapy, and pediatric radiation oncology.

The successful candidate is expected to build and sustain an inclusive climate for all faculty, staff, trainees, and students. At WMCHealth and NYMC diversity is integral to excellence. We value and honor diverse experiences and perspectives, strive to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promote access, opportunity and fairness for all.

WMCHealth is a 1,700-bed healthcare system headquartered in Valhalla NY, with ten hospitals on eight campuses spanning 6,200 square miles of the Hudson Valley. WMCHealth employs more than 12,000 people and has nearly 3,000 attending physicians. From Level 1, Level 2 and Pediatric Trauma Centers, the region’s only acute care children’s hospital, an academic medical center, several community hospitals, dozens of specialized institutes and centers, skilled nursing, assisted living facilities, homecare services and one of the largest mental health systems in New York State, today WMCHealth is the pre-eminent provider of integrated healthcare in the Hudson Valley.

NYMC, founded in 1860, is part of the Touro College and University System and is located on a 55-acre campus in Valhalla NY adjacent to Westchester Medical Center, and has schools of medicine (MD), dentistry (DDS), health professions (MPH, DPH, DPT, MS in Speech Language Pathology, MS in Biostatistics), graduate studies (MS, PhD), and nursing (BSN).

Qualifications

Successful candidates must possess an MD, MD/PhD, or equivalent degree and significant academic leadership experience at an academic health center. Candidates should have proven collaborative leadership skills to direct the clinical programs of the department, and must demonstrate a strong clinical practice background, excellence in scholarship, and administrative experience. It is the long-term aspiration of the department to develop a residency program in radiation oncology.

Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in working with faculty, administration, and students from a wide range of disciplines, cultures, and academic backgrounds throughout the community. Candidates must be board certified by the American Board of Radiation Oncology and eligible for a medical license in New York State.

In order to be eligible for University sponsorship for an H-1B visa, graduates of foreign (non-U.S.) medical schools must show successful completion of all three steps of the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE), or equivalent as determined by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

Application Instructions

Those interested in the position should submit a CV and a cover letter, limited to no more than three pages, that addresses your qualifications, accomplishments, and vision for the future of radiation oncology. Selected finalist(s) will be asked to submit a formal employment application and to complete required reference and background checks prior to hiring.

WMCHealth and NYMC are equal opportunity employers and seek to create an environment that fosters the recruitment and retention of a more diverse student body, faculty, staff and administration. We encourage qualified applicants from women, minorities, veterans, individuals with a disability, and historically underrepresented groups. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race/ethnicity, color, genetic information, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, political affiliation, or veteran status. Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) should make their needs for accommodation known to the search committee administration.

Please submit applications by email to:

Edward C. Halperin MD, MA
Chancellor/CEO
New York Medical College
Search Committee for the Department of Radiation Oncology/Radiation Medicine

c/o Vilma Bordonaro, Chief of Staff
New York Medical College
40 Sunshine Cottage Road
Valhalla NY 10595

Vilma_Bordonaro@nymc.edu

Edward C. Halperin MD, MA, Chancellor/CEO, New York Medical College, Search Committee for the Department of Radiation Oncology/Radiation Medicine, c/o Vilma Bordonaro, Chief of Staff, New York Medical College, 40 Sunshine Cottage Road, Valhalla NY 10595, Email: Vilma_Bordonaro@nymc.edu

Assistant Director, Research and Clinical Compliance

School, College or Department: Research Administration
Date Posted: Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 09:55:00 EDT
Attachment(s): [1] [2]
Reports To: Radiation Safety Officer Location: Valhalla Campus

New York Medical College seeks an Assistant Director, Research and Clinical Compliance to play a key role in the management of New York Medical comprehensive environmental, safety, occupational health, and research compliance programs in support of and under the general supervision of senior staff.

Responsibilities include: providing day-to-day management of research compliance and infection control programs, including the development and revision of plans, policies, procedures and training programs; prepare and conduct trainings on a variety of EH&S topics; serve as Chemical Hygiene Officer and Assistant Biosafety Officer. Assistant Director will perform routine audits of laboratories, clinical areas, clinical compliance and research programs; consult with Principal Investigators (PIs), lab personnel and clinical personnel on inspection findings and provides appropriate recommendations based on regulatory compliance and best-practice guidelines; maintains comprehensive and accurate records of inspections. Develops recommendations for corrective actions. Supervises audit closeout process (including the appropriate documentation of such) by technical staff.

Under the general direction of the Radiation Safety Officer, will oversee the day-to-day management of the radiation safety program and related tasks performed by EH&S Technicians; supervise research and clinical dosimetry programs. Ensure that compliance activities are completed within the appropriate time period(s) of the calendar year. Manages records, including waste manifests, SDSs, and other compliance documents; keep documentation in a consistent state of “inspection” readiness. Provides support for regulatory audits/site inspections; maintain knowledge of federal, state, and local safety regulations through personal research and attendance at meetings/seminars.

Candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree however a Master’s degree is highly preferred; 5+ years experience, preferably in an academic, healthcare, and/or research environment. DOJ/FBI/DMV background checks and clearances required. Participation in rotating on-call schedule required. HAZWOPER/RCRA/DOT HAZMAT/IATA certifications strongly preferred. Must have advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, specifically Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Must be able to use iPad/iPhone applications.

Candidates must apply online at: https://nymccareers-touro.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchRelation=keyword_all&searchLocation=-12816-Valhalla