GME Program Coordinator/UKHC
GME Program Coordinator/UKHCRequisition Number:
Lexington, KYGrade Level:
$17.32-28.31/hourType of Position:
StaffPosition Time Status :
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2 yrsRequired License/Registration/Certification:
Sitting at computer workstation for extended periods.
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm.Job Summary:
The Department of Psychiatry, in collaboration with the Office of Graduate Medical Education, is seeking to fill a GME Program Coordinator position to assist with five residency training programs.
The GME Program Coordinator position, under the direct supervision of the specialty Program Director and/or GME Education Specialist, and in consultation and regular collaboration with the DIO or their designee, is responsible for managing the daily administrative activities of the residency program as outlined in the
ACGME Institutional, Common Program and Specialty Program Guidelines for Graduate Medical Education.
In addition, the GME Program Coordinator position is responsible for the direct oversight of the administrative and professional responsibilities for all the program’s residents-in-training on a daily basis, and serves as the primary liaison between the Residency Program Director, chief residents, residents, program faculty, GME Office, and affiliated teaching sites concerning residency program matters.Skills / Knowledge / Abilities:
Excellent communication skills. MS: Excel, Power Point, Word, Publisher, Outlook; ACGME and GME regulations.
HouseStaff Database and any GME related software programs.
Administrative support to a residency program.
Bachelor’s degree or beyond plus three or more years related experience in a complex administrative role preferred.
Three or more years in GME residency management preferred.
Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) certification also preferred.
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