Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Clinical Education, is currently seeking a Supervisor to oversee the functions of the department and the rotational activities of more than 580 Doctor of Osteopathy students. The supervisor will be responsible for maintaining student rotation schedules which will involve meeting with and counseling students, resolving issues as they arise, and making changes as needed. Other duties include annual compilation and publication of the Clinical Clerkship Handbook, updating the clinical calendar and clinical education pages on the PCOM website, coordination of monthly and yearly meetings, and compiling the annual report for AACOM. The supervisor will be directly responsible for overseeing the daily activities of two support staff, which will include monitoring workload, scheduling assignments, and reviewing reports and other records prepared for completeness and accuracy. This position requires a high level of detail-orientation and ability to multi-task in a deadline-bound environment. Qualified applicants must be capable of exercising significant independence and initiative in the performance of their duties. Excellent communication skills will be needed to build and maintain a strong rapport with the department’s hospital and clinical networks. Minimum five years experience in a fast-paced office environment, with at least three years in a supervisory capacity is required. A strong understanding of both medical education and healthcare delivery is required. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, however candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Knowledge of electronic evaluation systems is a plus.