As part of the Office for Student Affairs health and wellbeing focus area, the Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students is searching for a new Assistant Vice Provost and Director of Boynton Health at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. The ideal candidate will be a strategic, collaborative, inclusive, and student-focused leader with significant administrative and health care experience in a complex organizational setting.
The assistant vice provost and director oversees one of the largest college health services in the country, serving the campus’ 70,000 members via more than 300 employees in 15 medical service clinics and four public health units. Clinics include primary care, dental, mental health and transgender health. Boynton Health (BH) also administers three student health insurance plans for the University
Terminal degree in health care or related field.
Minimum of fifteen years of progressively responsible administrative and health care experience
Administrative experience in a complex organizational setting.
Supervisory and administrative experience with excellent communication skills, strong budget management experience and demonstrated history of strategic management.
Understanding of student health care as related to student development and critical issues facing college students, including mental health.
Expertise in public and community health.
High standards of integrity and ethics in both performance and leadership.
Ability to maintain confidentiality and recognize the importance of discretion.
Demonstrated record of taking action to support diversity, equity and inclusive excellence.
MD degree with 15 years administrative experience.
Experience in student health care environment.
Administrative experience in a comprehensive higher educational setting.
Experience responding to or managing student and/or public health crises.
Experience with higher education and/or health care policies.
To ensure full consideration, a complete set of materials should be received by April 30, 2019.
We are driven to advance the physical, emotional and social well-being of the University community through expertise in college health. We are committed to providing medical care and public health initiatives in a culture that supports equity, inclusion and respect.