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JOB TITLE:  Assistant to Vice President Health Affairs/Dean School of Medicine
CLASS CODE:  000563 


Perform diversified and complex administrative duties in support of the Vice President and Dean in the areas of business, academic, policy, research, public relations and operational issues surrounding the activities of the Health Sciences Center and the School of Medicine; supervise the activities of staff within the Vice President/Dean's office. 


Relieve the VP/Dean of a variety of administrative and operational matters.

Manage the activities of the office regarding workflow and assignments.

Research information, compile data and prepare formal remarks for meetings, conferences, speaking engagements and presentations.

Coordinate a range of projects and assignments.

Provide guidance, counsel and direction concerning policies, procedures, guidelines and regulations as they pertain to a host of administrative, academic, student, business, health sciences and operational issues.

Develop agendas for all meetings on behalf of the VP/Dean.

Apprise the VP/Dean on items requiring immediate attention of the VP/Dean.

Serve as liaison to the Health Sciences Center schools, faculty committees, the President's office, the Provost's office, alumni, donor prospects, community practitioners and hospital administration on behalf of the VP/Dean.


Bachelor's degree in Business, Health Education Administration or related field 


Six years of related experience. An equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience may be substituted for the requirements noted. 

The intent of this document is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented.

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