Foundations of Clinical Medicine Administrator
Working Title: Foundations of Clinical Medicine Administrator
Position Type: University Managerial and Professional Staff
Department: School of Medicine, Medical Education
Posting Date: 09-11-2018
The UVa School of Medicine's (SOM) Office of Medical Education (OME) seeks a highly organized, energetic individual for the position of Foundations of Clinical Medicine (FCM) Administrator. FCM focuses on clinical skills development throughout the medical students' 4 years. Students meet weekly for the first 18 months of medical school in small groups with physician coaches & non-physician co-mentors and then meet periodically throughout the rest of their undergraduate medical career.
Major duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting Director with design/planning/delivery of learning experiences; assisting in recruiting and training faculty mentors and co-mentors; overseeing scheduling and data entry; helping identify patients for specific sessions; organizing and managing logistical arrangements, including securing learning space/equipment/supplies; managing and mentoring staff members. Position also includes significant financial responsibilities for multiple OME projects.
Preference is given to qualified applicants who have a bachelor's degree. Applicants must have at least 4 years of administrative experience in an educational and/or healthcare setting. In addition, successful applicants must have: ability to multitask a variety of high-priority projects; problem-solving capability/ability to determine priorities with little or no guidance; exceptional communication (verbal and written) skills; excellent interpersonal skills and capacity to build solid relationships with faculty, administrators, and medical students; ability to maintain confidentiality; and knowledge of effective office practices and procedures. In addition, preferred candidates will have knowledge of School of Medicine policies and procedures, experience with UVa fiscal policies and procedures, and experience with various aspects of SOM financial management (monthly reconciliations, labor distribution, cost transfers, budgeting, etc.).
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Ability to multitask a variety of high-priority projects.
2. Problem-solving skills/ability to determine priorities with little or no guidance.
3. Exceptional communication (verbal and written) skills.
4. Excellent interpersonal skills and capacity to build solid relationships with faculty, administrators, and medical students.
5. Ability to maintain confidentiality.
6. Knowledge of effective office practices and procedures.
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