University of Minnesota Twin Cities — Assistant Vice Provost, Director and Chief Health Officer, Boynton Health

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities, a world-class research university of 50,000-plus students, seeks a strategic, collaborative, inclusive, and student-focused leader with significant administrative and health care experience in a complex organizational setting to serve as the next Assistant Vice Provost, Director and Chief Health Officer of Boynton Health (AVP). 

The AVP oversees one of the largest college health services in the country, serving the campus’ 70,000 members via more than 300 employees in 15 medical service clinics and four public health units. Clinics include primary care, dental, mental health, and transgender health. Boynton Health also administers three student health insurance plans for the University.

By providing comprehensive health care with a public health approach, Boynton advances the physical, emotional and social wellbeing of the University community through its expertise in college health. Also, Boynton works with many units across the University system to address health care issues, including preventive care, health education, health care policy and preparedness for public health emergencies. 

As an auxiliary unit within the Office for Student Affairs and reporting to the Vice Provost for Student Affairs, the department is focused on student development and success. A Student Health Advisory Committee represents the needs of students and makes recommendations to help Boynton improve the health of the University community. The AVP is also member of the Student Affairs leadership team, providing direction for the division’s broad portfolio. 

The AVP is responsible for advancing the health of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities community. This role is also responsible for the strategic oversight and management of the day-to-day operation of Boynton Health, the assessment and monitoring of campus health issues, the coordination of services with Student Affairs and other campus and community organizations, the co-leadership of the Student Affairs’ health and wellbeing programs/units, and the development of programs to address the personal and public health issues of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus community. 

Please direct all inquiries, expressions of interest, and nominations in confidence to: Natalie Leonhard and Martes Roc at Isaacson, Miller – 

The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. Veterans and individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.