Deputy Director and CEO, National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, Minneapolis MN

Required/Preferred Qualifications
The successful candidate will be a highly skilled and experienced leader who understands strategically and operationally what it takes to launch, build and sustain a new national organization. The individual will be a visionary thinker with the ability to design, plan and execute major programs and large-scale initiatives as well as be able to translate strategic goals into successful actions. The individual will have demonstrated expertise in management with a track record of success in administration and finance. 

Minimum/Required Qualifications: 
An advanced degree in a health-related discipline. 
Expertise and experience in interprofessional practice and/or education. 
10+ years of progressively responsible positions managing in large, complex organizations. 
Track record of success designing and managing large-scale, highly collaborative programs. 
Proven ability to build and sustain relationships, work in teams and collaborate effectively. 
Outstanding oral and written communication skills. 
Demonstrated skills in preparation, coordination, and writing of federal, private and/or state grant applications. 
Experience with financial management including development and oversight of budgets, fiscal analysis and sponsored funds. 

Preferred Qualifications: 
Practice experience in a team-based clinical environment 
An understanding of technology applications for information storage/dissemination and program delivery 
Commitment to valuing and actively promoting diversity. 
Demonstrated leadership ability, integrity, intelligence, and strong work ethic. 
Ability to develop and build alliances with co workers and colleagues within the department and outside of it. 
Ability to work with health professions faculty and students, as well as University level systems leadership and senior administration. 
 
Duties/Responsibilities
Reporting to the National Center director, the deputy director/chief operating officer responsibilities will include: 

Program leadership and oversight (50%) 
Work closely with the director to drive the center's strategic priorities. 
Oversee the development, implementation, management and evaluation of center programs, including: 
Nexus Innovations Incubator 
Online Scholarly Trust and Resource Exchange 
Consulting services and technical assistance 
Learning Collaboratives 
Faculty development 
Student consultancies 
Certification program (s) 

Oversee development of national center meetings, conferences and seminars, including: 
Invitational meetings 
Other meetings, as identified 

Develop and oversee engagement and utilization of national and international networks and experts, including, but not limited to: 
Interprofessional Education Collaborative 
Professional associations and organizations 
American Interprofessional Health Collaborative National Leadership Network 
National Center Scholarly Review Panel 
Global Coordinating Committee 
Other external advisory committees, as needed 

Coordinate the work of center advisors in collaboration with the director, including: 
National Advisory Council 
National Student Advisory Council 
National Consumer Advisory Council 
Process Redesign Advisory Group 

Center Administration (30%) 
Coordinate day-to-day operations of the center in collaboration with center administrator, including: 
Center administration 
Budgeting, financial management and grant writing 
Technology commercialization 
Human resources 
Technology systems 
Facilities 
Collaborate with center managers to develop and implement plans for operations and infrastructure, including technology, communications, systems and processes. 
Represent the center with key stakeholders and partners. 

Assume other related responsibilities as assigned by the director. 
 

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