Dean, School of Health Sciences, College of the North Atlantic – Qatar, Doha

This position requires an energetic and enthusiastic individual who will lead the development of a strategy and plan that ensures the success of the School of Health Sciences and manage the school’s performance in line with the plan and set objectives. The incumbent is also required to take full responsibility for overseeing the academic, administrative, and financial matter within the school. This includes providing leadership and direction to staff and faculty to meet the expectations of program delivery; fostering educational promotional activities and partnerships in the State of Qatar and emphasize the importance of TVET education; maintaining relevant external industry relationships important to program design and content, as well as faculty and students.

Candidates should have an outstanding record of industry experience in Health Sciences and possess the qualifications necessary to be successful in the role of Dean, School of Health Sciences. The successful candidate is responsible to provide academic leadership in the Health Sciences programs in fulfilling the College’s mission, vision and strategic plan. Candidates will develop and implement an annual Academic School Strategic Plan and lead the policy development initiatives for the School in conjunction with the colleges Executives. Responsibilities also include developing, delivering and evaluating programs in the School while providing strategic leadership to all quality assurance and accreditation activities, establishing positive partnerships with businesses and government bodies.

Candidates will and act as a mentor for students by participating in student events and promote non-traditional learning activities, attend leadership and management meetings and participate in initiatives to support CNA-Q’s strategic goals. Responsibilities also include establishing Program Advisory Committees to maximize opportunities for industry collaboration.

The Dean, School of Health Sciences will resolve sensitive inquiries by students and faculty in accordance with the professional code of ethics and prepare an annual academic report on the performance of the School’s academic programs, plan financial resources and lead the establishment of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for the School.

Candidates will provide professional development support and perform periodic performance reviews for direct subordinates to contribute to the development of employees, develop workforce plans for Academic units in collaboration with the Human Resources Department and have excellent organizational, leadership, decision-making, delegation and communications skills as well as the ability to act as a mentor to team members.

Reporting Relationships

Reports Directly to: Vice President, Academic

Direct Reports: Deans Administrative Assistant, Chair (Medical Radiography, Respiratory Therapy, Dental Hygiene), Chair (Advanced Care Paramedicine, Environmental Health, Occupational Health Safety and Environment), Chair (Pharmacy Technician, Diabetes Education – Advanced Post Diploma/Degree, Continuing Professional Development, Laboratory Technicians (II & III), and Dental Assisting Equipment and Supplies Clerk

Qualifications
Education and Certifications:

Doctorate degree in a relevant health discipline from a recognized, accredited institution.

Experience:

A minimum of five (5) years of employment experience as a practitioner/professional within the relevant discipline.
Eligible Professors & Associate Professors who have exhibited consistent exceptional performance.

Other Required Skills:

Demonstrably outstanding record of accomplishment of leadership and management in a post-secondary institution. Experience in accreditation and planning of college courses and programs. Good understanding of teaching, learning and student experience is required. Strong leadership skills with a desire to achieve organizational success and to lead by example is required. Collaborative decision-making and a high standard of professional integrity. A proactive can-do attitude to work and good time management is essential. The candidate should have the ability to anticipate change and effectively manage quality and risk at all times. Effective resource management is essential. Commitment to positive relationship building and effective working relationships across all levels of the organisations is required. Knowledge of Faculty Workforce Planning is required and knowledge of Sourcing and Recruitment is desirable. A Commitment to ongoing training and continuous professional development is desirable. Candidates should demonstrate explanatory communication and interpersonal skills.

Language:

Fluency in written and spoken English language

Bilingual in English and Arabic is preferable

Benefits:

Internationally competitive income (salary is commensurate with experience).
Furnished accommodation (in accordance with CNA-Q HR policies).
Annual air ticket to home country (for employee, spouse and up to 3 children under age 18).
Educational allowance for candidate’s children in accordance with CNA-Q HR policies.
Group health insurance in accordance with CNA-Q HR policies.
Annual Leave in accordance with CNA-Q HR policies.

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