The Program Director (PD), under the supervision of the Dean, School of Health Sciences, is responsible for the overall management of the programs and for providing an excellent educational experience for the students that meets accreditation standards and complies with institutional and programs policies and procedures.
The project director is responsible for management of activities related to the implementation of Phase I of the master plan including information acquisition and communication, facilities and space planning, space analyses, financial analyses, schedule, occupancy and project completion.
In this role, you will complete the responsibilities of the position accurately and efficiently Demonstrates extensive knowledge and understanding of the symptomatic display of behavioral dysfunction accompanying current DSM disorders.
The Client Delivery Program Director role is to provide leadership and direction to ensure execution of strategic and complex programs for the business, ensuring program completion on time to budget and meeting customer needs and business objectives.
The responsibilities of the program director include, the development, implementation, and evaluation of program curriculum; developing, delivering, and assessing course material; overseeing and coordinating the ABET accreditation process; and student advising, evaluation, and remediation.
In this role, you will be responsible for managing, sustaining and expanding Geisingers collaboration with major industry Partner to identify, develop, test and deploy new business models that better align with value for patients, providers, payers, and pharmaceutical companies.
The Program Director of is a key leadership position within the university. The Program Director provides the resources for a quality learning experience for students by ensuring coherence in the discipline and relevance to the practice. This management position contributes to a range of activities that support student learning outcomes, program quality, and discipline integrity, all of which focus on student learning and retention.
The curriculum focuses on training PAs to be comfortable with and provide medical care for special needs patient populations in addition to the typical PA education training of PAs. Responsibilities of this position includes, but are not restricted to, participating in the development, implementation and assessment of the Physician Assistant Program curriculum.