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DIR, FACULTY APT OFFICE, SOM
Job Title: DIR, FACULTY APT OFFICE, SOM
Job Code: 1032
Job Level: 15
Revised Date: 06/01/2012
Job Family: JF 28
Directs, manages and oversees the operations of the office of Faculty APT. This includes appointments, promotions and tenure recommendation from the School of Medicine and School of Nursing. Supervises and manages APT office staff for optimum performance. Ensures compliance with University policies and procedures. Independent oversight of School of Medicine Faculty Appointment, Promotion and Tenure processes and policies. Provides vision and direction in the formulation of new policy. Creates and implements procedures.
Directs and independently oversees the daily operations of the Faculty Appointment Promotion and Tenure office (APT) which encompasses the School of Medicine and School of Nursing APT recommendations.
The APT office is responsible for : All Regular Rank and Non Regular Rank Faculty appointments, promotions and reappointments for the Clinical Sciences and Basic Sciences Departments and Institutes; Duke Medicine Recruitment, faculty offers; Issuance of Faculty Contract Letters; Job Family 27 and Post Doc position creation and hires; Faculty leave of absence; Tenure clock Extensions; Preparation for Review Committees, Clinical APT, Basic Science APT, MCEC, BOT; iForm approvals; dFac approvals; Systems Training. Attends and represents SOM/APT at working committees, i.e. Fac, DMR, Onboarding.
Trains departments on new systems and procedures relating to Faculty APT.
Required Qualifications at this Level
Work requires a Bachelor's degree.
Five years of related work experience. Knowledge of business and management principles and practices.
OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
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