Director, Organizational Inclusion
Emory University, School of Medicine
Serving as a key member of the Deanís office leadership team in the Emory University School of Medicine, the Director, Organizational Inclusion (DOI), will focus on the development of a comprehensive and strategic framework to support diversity and inclusion efforts within the School.
The DOI will advance the tripartite mission by cultivating a diverse and inclusive work environment that encompasses the unique perspectives and experiences of faculty, staff, learners and all those whom we serve. Further, this new role will leverage subject matter expertise and tactical leadership toward a higher level of compliance achievement with internal and external regulations and accrediting bodies such as LCME.
The DOI will have central responsibility for overall program design of diversity and inclusion programs within the SOM. This will include developing and implementing a full range of initiatives that support ongoing leadership efforts to ensure organization-wide understanding, adoption and adherence to the SOM policy on diversity and inclusion.
The DOI will engage in continuous, systematic and focused recruitment and retention activities to ensure diverse student, trainee, faculty and staff populations, including enhancement of mentorship and advancement opportunities.
AAMC and other industry benchmarks will be utilized to define and set thresholds/goals for recruitment and retention programs, including the identification and tracking of metrics for monitoring of programming.
The DOI will also focus on long term mapping of existing programming to diversity categories and collect data on program outcome effectiveness/resources/sustainability.
The following are additional key responsibilities of the DOI that will be performed on behalf of the School of Medicine:
Defining and Measuring Academic Diversity
- Articulate definition of diversity standards within context of SOM benefitting faculty, staff and learners.
- Development of policy and procedures for a universal set of diversity standards.
- Deploy, oversee and implement strategies to meet diversity standards.
- Establish and measure institutional metrics that adhere to diversity standards (inclusive of accreditation requirements).
Building Diversity in Learning Environments
- Ensure students and learners are reflective of prevailing diversity standards.
- Identify opportunities to align diversity and inclusion-based research into the core student curriculum.
- Enhance the learning experience of students through greater emphasis on diversity and inclusion within the classroom environment and experiences.
- Ensure the organization and alignment of programs dedicated to expanding the pipeline of diverse students that enter medical school and the health sciences.
- Work closely with internal Emory University entities (HR, OEI, WHSC) and external partners such as AAMC to develop best-in- class diversity/inclusion goal setting and strategic planning framework for the School.
- Hold a leading role on SOM-based diversity and inclusion committee structures such as SOM Executive Committee on Organizational Inclusion and SOM Committee on Community and Inclusion.
- Ensure full development and implementation of all action planning activities associated with ongoing LCME compliance and adherence to all applicable regulatory requirements.
- Manage annual diversity and inclusion calendar, including the collection, analysis and review of all diversity and inclusion-based activities within the SOM on an annual basis.
Data, Reporting and Compliance
- Manage all diversity and inclusion data collection and associated maintenance activities for SOM.
- Compile the submission of required annual reports and cultivate HR data regarding diversity of faculty, staff and learners.
- Work collaboratively with departmental leadership teams to maintain audit survey, cataloguing efforts and activities promoting diversity and inclusion at the local level.
- Collaborate with education teams on the annual review of students who have completed Emory pipeline programs (SSA + EPiC) using Student Tracker services.
- Evaluate engagement surveys for the purposes of initiating a continuous environmental scan of diversity and inclusion within the SOM (including long-term implementation of initiatives associated with 2016 Diversity Engagement Survey.
Creating a Community of Inclusion and Support
- Collaborate with University HR to ensure recruitment and retention efforts for faculty and staff align with diversity standards.
- Oversee the development of training, workshops and credentialing programs that enhance the diversity and inclusion abilities of faculty, staff, and students within the SOM and in alignment with Emory University/Emory Healthcare HR.
- Continuously refine training programs to heighten awareness of and reduce the impact of bias in recruitment, admissions, hiring and promotions processes.
- Expand reach of SOM into the diverse communities we serve, emphasizing key relationships and partnerships such as the Veteranís Administration, Childrenís Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Tech, Centers for Disease Control, etc.
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