Clerkship Curriculum Manager
University of Colorado | CU Anschutz Medical Campus
- Provides oversight and support to all LIC coordinators at 17 clerkship sites across the state of Colorado.
- Provide direct supervision to 9 to 10 LIC Coordinators in School of Medicine’s Office of Medical Education. Supervision includes performance management, coaching, professional development, time management, and conflict resolution for direct reports, as well as other standard supervisory responsibilities.
- Independently identify areas of program improvement and makes recommendations to the Assistant Dean of Medical Education, Director of Clerkship Curriculum on ways to improve program efficiencies.
- Support the Assistant Dean of Medical Education, Director of Clerkship Curriculum and the Office of Evaluation, Assessment and Outcomes (OAE) in developing and implementing a process of Continuous Quality Improvement for LIC sites and curriculum.
- Assist in identifying and disseminating best practices.
- Management of curriculum committee work and priorities including the transition process through curriculum reform.
- Write and maintain policies and procedures related to the clerkship curriculum.
- Participate in onboarding, training and search committees for key roles in the clerkship curriculum.
- Develop and implement work processes to achieve program efficiency and deliver services effectively.
- Serve as liaison to identified stakeholders of CUSOM at each LIC sites regarding UME communication, initiatives, and processes while providing consultative support to develop and extend UME structure, activities, and policies at LIC sites.
- Maintains open communication with all staff and site leadership to assure they are kept current on any regulation changes.
- In conjunction with the Assistant Dean of Medical Education, Director of Clerkship Curriculum, provide overall administrative direction and support for all the LICs
- Ensures consistency and comparability in delivery of didactic curriculum and meeting of learning objectives at all LIC sites.
- Collaborate with Clinical Content Directors to continuously update didactic materials and maintain MS Teams site with teaching materials accessible to each LIC including facilitator guides, student materials, readings, and other teaching materials.
- Maintain tracking of clinical competencies across all LIC sites and identify and work with site leaders to rectify site deficiencies.
- Collaborate with Specialty Liaisons and LIC coordinators to support cross-site clinical training, consistency in assessment, curriculum delivery,
- Utilizes the curriculum management system Elentra to build student scheduling and support the build and monitoring of the curriculum and student dashfolios.
- Coordinate with the Office of Assessment, Evaluations and Outcomes (AEO) to ensure execution of all required student assessments in the clerkships and support Competency Committee data needs from the clerkships
- Coordinate with the AEO and Office of Student Life (OSL) to track and implement remediation needs of students within LIC programs
- Facilitates program efficiency by supporting the Assistant Dean of Medical Education, Director of Clerkship Curriculum in presentations, meetings, and additional duties as assigned.
- Assist with creating reports, performing data analysis, and scholarly work related to outcomes of curriculum.
- Provides high-level administrative support to the AD of ME, DCC to help develop, implement, and enforce policies to ensure all compliance and regulations are being met.
- Analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills.
- Strong skills in project management are required.
- Strong oral and written communication skills, including professional emails. .
- Exemplary organizational skills with an ability to work with little supervision independently and as a member of a team.
- Strong knowledge of University policies and procedures is a plus and skill set must be acquired quickly as changes are implemented.
- Proficiency with MS Office products as well as aptitude to develop additional computer skills rapidly.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft work tools.
- Ability to implement initiatives across multiple constituencies without direct reporting.
- Must be extremely detail-oriented and efficient.
- Ability to work and problem solve independently.
- Ability to align multiple, competing demands with established priorities, and enjoy the challenges of change.
- Ability to implement process changes to operations resulting from technology enhancements or business changes.
- Ability to support Executive leadership in resolving complex process/procedure/compliance related issues.
- Bachelor's degree in business, management, accounting, education, communications or a field of study directly related to the work assignment.
- A combination of work experience in the occupational field or specialized subject area of the work assigned to the job, may substitute for the degree on a year for year basis.
- Three to five years supervisory experience.
- Master’s degree in business, management, accounting, education, communications or a field of study directly related to the work assignment.
- Experience within an academic medical environment.
- Experience working with learning management systems (i.e. Canvas, Elentra).
- Program management experience in higher education.
- Experience with curriculum management and coordination.
- Experience working within the confines of complex rules, regulations and accreditation standards.
Job Category: Academic Services
Primary Location: Aurora
Posting Date: Apr 6, 2021
Unposting Date: Ongoing