MANAGER, EDUCATION & OUTREACH
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Director of Education
Section of Surgical Disciplines
In conjunction with Department Chair and Chief Administrator and Vice-Chair of Education, the Director of Education will direct and oversee all aspects of Education for Duke University’s Section of Surgical Disciplines. This scope includes GME and non-GME programs, UME Surgical Clerkship, CME activities and other educational efforts on behalf of the d epartment.Integrate and coordinate the education mission with the clinical and research mission through collaborative interaction under the direction of the Chief Administrator to facilitate sustain able high-level achievement in the Section's missions.
Provide administrative management (financial and operational) of all Education programs for the Section of Surgical Disciplines.
Work with Surgery senior leadership, including Vice Chair of Education, to develop the strategy for the Education mission and then carry out the strategic plan.
Work with Surgery finance team to create the budget for Surgery Education and manage expenditures to that budget through-out the year.
Oversee and manage program coordinators who support respective residency and fellowship programs across the Section of Surgical Disciplines, approximately 165 ACGME and ICG ME positions plus approximately 25fellows. Oversee all accreditation site visits and work with Surgery Program Directors and Coordinators to support and improve theirprograms.Serve as direct administrative liaison to staff and leadership of Duke G ME office. Accountable for all program’s compliance with GME standards, rules, policies, and regulations.
Advise and assist the Surgery Residency Program Directors and Program Coordinators in meeting academic, clinical, and business goals. Represent Residency Program Director(s) in meetings and conferences and other matters of an administrative nature.
Advise and assist the Surgery Clerkship (UME) Program Director and Program Coordinator in meeting academic, and financial goals. Represent Program Director in meetings and conferences and other matters of an administrative nature.Work with Program Director and Program Coordinator to improve the Clerkship program.
Coordinate and oversee all CME efforts for the Section of Surgical Disciplines. Manage and oversee Surgery personnel involved in orchestrating these endeavors.Manage financial and operational performance of these activities and evaluate effectiveness on a regular basis.
Coordinate and oversee the Surgery simulation laboratory and designated staff who support laboratory operations.
Represent the Department of Surgery as the administrative liaison for Surgery Education with stakeholders in the School of Medicine, Duke University, the PDC and Duke Health System.
Prepare fiscal and strategic planning reports supporting Education, as necessary.
Plan and implement changes as necessary to achieve goals and objectives.
Participate in Education meetings locally, regionally, and nationally as appropriate.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Proven innovation and initiative to anticipate, develop and implement new procedures, practices, and processes adaptable to constantly changing work patterns and business methods, to solve unusual and new concerns using means, which establish effective and efficient precedents.
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills to identify problems and develop innovative solutions.
- Demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations, identify and analyze problems and develop options and recommendations for resolution.
- Demonstrated ability to interpret policies and procedures and to propose solutions to problems and apply solutions to non-recurring or precedent setting situations.
- Proven ability to develop, analyze and carry out project objectives and work well with others of a diverse nature in achieving organizational goals.
- Proven ability to research, gather and organize information to produce concise reports using various resources.
- Strong leadership skills and ability to take responsibility for assigned areas, and to gain the confidence of clients and colleagues.
- Excellent negotiation skills. Demonstrated counseling techniques with the ability to act as a facilitator, exercise diplomacy, tact, professionalism, responsiveness, a high degree of flexibility to promote positive working relationships and job effectiveness.
- S kill at negotiating with various personalities and developing internal and external network of contacts.
- Proven organizational, analytical and management skills.
- Ability to act independently and exercise sound judgment, and the acumen and sensitivity to identify matters that require higher level management consultation and /or group collaboration.
- Demonstrated ability at presenting a positive, professional, and helpful impression and working as a team member.
- Ability to work independently and follow through on assignments with minimal direction.
Master's degree or other advanced degree required. Ph.D. preferred.
Minimum of three years of related experience required.
Department Preference Qualifications
Work requires organizational, analytical and communication skills normally acquired through the completion of a bachelor degree program.
Preferred work minimum of five years progressively responsible experience in Academic Education, which includes proficiency in budgeting and some personnel management.
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