The Senior Director provides leadership, direction, and support for the administrative and operating requirements of the Geisel School of Medicine’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) program and the Department of Medical Education. Partners with the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education (SADME) and the Department of Medical Education Chair in reviewing strategic priorities, resource allocation and implementing applicable policies and procedures. Applies a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of financial management, human resource management, and organizational administration across the UME program and Department. In collaboration with the Chair, supports pre- and post-award grant administration, faculty promotion, and professional and personnel matters. Collaborates with Geisel Finance Office and other UME and Department colleagues to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of fiscal operations, including setting annual budgets and quarterly projections for the program in medical education and the Department.
Learn more about the Department of Medical Education: https://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/medical-education/
* Bachelor's Degree
* 6 plus years of relevant experience in a comparable administrative leadership role.
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office application suite, including MS-Excel, Outlook and SharePoint.
* Excellent accounting, management, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
* Ability to develop, execute, and manage complex budgets.
* Ability to work effectively, independently, and as a member of a team.
* Willingness and ability to exercise judgment and initiative and to interact with faculty, personnel, and outside agencies in a professional manner.
* Demonstrated ability to plan work, set priorities, and respond to pressures, deadlines, and changes in schedules and priorities.
* Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
* Ability to maintain and foster confidentiality.
* Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.
About Geisel School of Medicine - Dartmouth College
Since its founding in 1769 to educate Native students, English youth, and others, Dartmouth has provided an intimate and inspirational setting where talented faculty, students, and staff—diverse in background but united in purpose—contribute to the strength of an exciting academic community that cuts easily across disciplines.
Dartmouth is committed to providing the best undergraduate liberal arts experience and to providing outstanding graduate programs in the Geisel School of Medicine, the Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies, Thayer School of Engineering, and the Tuck School of Business. Together they constitute an exceptional and rich learning environment. Dartmouth faculty and student research contributes substantially to the expansion of human understanding.