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The Osteopathic Rural Medical Program Administrator is responsible for overseeing, monitoring, and evaluating the Osteopathic Rural Medical Program. This position is governed by state

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Provides assistance to the Associate Director and confers with departmental personnel regarding the administration of the Osteopathic Rural Medical Program within the Division of Higher Education. Provides direction by analyzing operations and activities and providing feedback regarding needs, improvements, and accomplishments, advising on problems, and serving as a technical resource. Establishes goals and objectives and long and short-range plans, reviews and evaluates program effectiveness and compliance, monitors corrective action, and interprets federal and state laws and regulations. Provides leadership for implementing federal and state laws and regulations that impact program preparation and quality control. Organizes and then presents information orally and in writing to communicate program requirements and/or to provide leadership and technical assistance for program qualifications. Collaborates with national and state organizational leaders, departmental personnel, and the general public to address program operations. Develops internal administrative directives and memoranda regarding agency policies and procedures that effect the operations of the Osteopathic Rural Medical Program. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations that impact the Osteopathic Rural Medical Program. Knowledge of the principles and practices of organizational management. Knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration. Knowledge of legislative processes pertaining to higher education. Knowledge of national and state reporting requirements. Knowledge of current program trends. Ability to evaluate the existing effectiveness and projected value of related policies, procedures, and short and long-range plans. Ability to prepare detailed written reports containing technical information or analyze such reports. Ability to compile and understand detailed information and interpret statistical data. Ability to interpret and then apply the provisions of laws, rules, and regulations. Ability to formulate program improvement strategies and goals. Ability to establish comprehensive organizational systems. Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of a program.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, public health, education, or related fields; plus four years of work experience in organizational management and/or program management.

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