Full Time 40 hours Grade 055 Ofc Sr VP for Health Sciences Responsibilities General Description: The Director's primary role is to strategically plan, develop, implement and evaluate diversity and inclusion education curricula and community programs for the URMC enterprise, including patient care, healthcare disparities, workforce development, and research. Reporting to the Associate Vice President and Senior Associate Dean for Inclusion and Culture Development, the Director will be responsible for proactive decision making, independent judgment, and effective community collaborations. The Director must be a liaison and collaborator with internal stakeholders including, but not limited to, SON and SMD students, staff, trainees, and faculty, Human Resources, the Director for Diversity of the CTSI, the URMedicine staff and clinicians, and the University of Rochester partners across the University community. In addition, the Director will be a public liaison and ambassador of the URMC Office of Inclusion and Culture Development to external community stakeholders and will develop relationships with healthcare agencies and community agencies to further the mission to cultivate a diverse and inclusive environment that guides and transforms our approaches to healthcare, education, research and community partnerships. The Director provides leadership for the: Development and assessment of existing education curricula for a variety of constituencies across URMC (medical students, nursing students, graduate students, healthcare providers, researchers, trainees and staff) Evaluation of programs and tracking outcomes of educational programs Develop and coordinate educational resources targeted at specific constituencies' needs Supervises the Administrative Assistant in the Office for Inclusion and Culture Development and student employees or volunteers Promotes and presents education about diversity and inclusion topics as necessary Member of the aesthetics committee Member of the Diversity and Inclusion Planning Committee Coordination of the Performing Arts and Medicine Program Supports and participates in grant writing and fundraising initiatives Develops and nurtures community partnerships and identifies new opportunities for partnerships that further the mission of the OICD Responsibilities: Educational curricula, resources and conferences Oversees development of institutional-wide implicit bias training curriculum Develops cultural competency educational resources for constituencies including healthcare providers, researchers, and staff Works with existing URMC educational leaders and infrastructure to deliver educational curricula Develops resources guides in collaboration with Human Resources for recruitment of diverse faculty, trainees and staff In collaboration with the AVP for ICD, develops the curricula for annual educational conference and oversees the coordination, implementation and evaluation of the conference In collaboration with the Diversity Seminar Series Committee, creates an annual diversity and inclusion series and oversees its implementation including identifying and inviting speakers, coordinating the program, and evaluating the series and individual speakers. Programs Manage, develop and grow the Performing Arts and Medicine Program including to expand the relationships beyond ESM to the UR community and the Rochester community; develop and manage the operating budget for this program Provide input to aesthetics committee regarding culturally sensitive physical space including artwork Attend meetings related to physical environment that impact diverse population such as accessibility, gender-neutral space, visual microaggressions, non-English-speaking visitors and patients Identify and develop new programming to enhance the culture and climate for students, staff, trainees and faculty. Community outreach Serves on community committees as applicable Develops strong collaborations and programs with Center for Community Health Identifies potential community partners for educational program development and possible experiences for our students, trainees and faculty Serves as a primary liaison to community programs and events Develops guidelines, policies and budgets for community programs Serves as the primary liaison to the CACHED office, URSMD and URSON pipeline programs Scholarship The Director will participate in advancing the scholarship related to diversity and inclusion through disseminating practices in the professional literature or at professional and national conferences. The Director will collaborate with URMC researchers and the AVP and Director of Diversity at the CTSI on research and scholarship opportunities. Administrative and Budget Oversight The Director will prepare and monitor relevant conference budgets and seek grants to expand efforts as needed Supervises the Administrative Assistant in the Office for Inclusion and Culture Development and student employees or volunteers Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and 5 years relevant experience including at least 2 years at a managerial level; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer a Masters-level degree extensive clinical and management experience significant experience in healthcare education including curriculum review and assessments significant experience in diversity, inclusion and cultural competency planning and instruction demonstrated ability in building ongoing community relations strong interpersonal, presentation, communication (oral and written) skills proven ability to work collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams
Internal Number: 1137117507
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