The University of Minnesota Genetic Counseling Program is expanding our leadership team. We’re hiring for the Assistant or Associate Program Director (APD) who will also serve as the Director of Curriculum and Inclusion Learning at the University of Minnesota Genetic Counseling Graduate program.
Desired candidates will have previous clinical, education, and research experience, be highly collaborative, and have worked with genetic counseling students. Candidates with experience in leadership and a record of achievement in developing, implementing, and assessing innovative approaches for the education and training of genetic counseling students are desired.
The APD position is designed for selected candidates to work in a part-time capacity (0.6 FTE) with the genetic counseling program. We encourage the applicants to maintain clinical work or other interests outside of the program and will consider combinations of employment with the M Health Fairview system and other organizations.
The APD will lead efforts to coordinate and run inclusive and evidence-based teaching practices and training for the genetic counseling program and medical school. This individual will also maintain and build a continuing education program and professional development products. The APD will advise genetic counseling students on their academics and research. They will provide educational and research support to medical school students and programs.
Our team is highly collaborative and this individual is expected to contribute to the leadership, administration, and collective efforts towards our mission and engagement in the University and public service.
Candidates must have a M.S. degree in genetic counseling and be ABGC certified with at least five years of experience. Candidates with experience in leadership and a record of achievement in developing, implementing, and assessing innovative approaches for the education and training of genetic counseling students are desired. Individuals who have served as clinical supervisors, worked in clinical practice, and/or taught in genetic counseling programs in the past five years will be prioritized. A demonstrated research record or interest in research will be considered in the evaluation of the candidates.
Internal Number: 341848
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