The Clinical Curriculum Manager provides strategic leadership for clinical curriculum support services for all clinical courses regardless of instructional location. This position will develop, maintain, refine and anticipate support processes, services, and procedures that support the delivery and central management of the MD program clinical curriculum.This position may be eligible for hybrid/remote work arrangement following the completion of 30 calendar days of employment.Duties:Clinical Curriculum Manager
Support Central Management of the Clinical Curriculum, the Clinical Curriculum Subcommittee, and Assistant Dean for Clinical Curriculum
- Design, develop, maintain, and implement strategic tasks, procedures, and processes necessary to ensure the integrity of the clinical curriculum support processes.
- Manage communication among staff coordinators that support clinical courses on the Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses.
- Work closely with the Office of Academic Affairs, the Associate Dean for Clinical Curriculum, Clerkship Directors and Coordinators to provide strategic oversight of items such as course approvals, scheduling of student learning experiences, and ensuring longitudinal integration of the curriculum.
- Triage student, faculty, and staff concerns regarding clinical curriculum support issues and/or learning experiences.
- Act as the primary point of contact for clerkship coordinators to provide guidance and operational support relating to scheduling and delivery of their clerkship.
- Design, develop, maintain, and implement all annual academic planning processes used to gather data and/or ensure quality/compliance including checklists, collecting annual profile documents, verifying evaluations in LEO, and verifying log lists in LEO.
- Maintain, refine, and populate annual clinical course scorecards – Mid-year and end-of-year clerkship scorecards.
- Manage annual course syllabi maintenance and development, including establishing and monitoring a systematic syllabi development timeline for annual reviews and revisions and approval process.
- Assist in clinical curriculum scheduling, developing, planning, organization, tracking, and preparation of rotation guides, (or other key informational documents) on a systematic timeline.
- Maintain knowledge of relevant LCME requirements and manage the appropriate databases to assist with these requirements.
- Coordinate, schedule, and proctor National Board of Medical Examiners Subject Examinations and assist in the development and/or delivery of learner assessments.
- Manage the regular Clinical Coordinator Committee meetings for both OKC and Tulsa.
- Design, develop, and maintain relevant procedures, including the Clerkship Standard Operating Procedures.
- Coordinate instructional support activities for the 3rd year of the MD program and serve as backup for other years in the curriculum.
- Provide cross-coverage for the preclinical course coordinators.
- Coordinate monthly Clinical Curriculum Subcommittee meetings and ad hoc curricular meetings including scheduling, agenda preparation, notes (discussion items and resulting task list) and distribution, room reservations, and other tasks; identify follow-up tasks and propose strategies to address; anticipate and propose future meeting agendas; triage tasks and issues to assist the Assistant Dean for Clinical Curriculum with prioritization.
- Plan and execute all assigned activities associated with the management of the clinical curriculum.
- Assist the Assistant Dean for Clinical Curriculum and/or in strategic planning and continuous improvement of the medical education (MD) program.
- Anticipate problems or challenges and propose solutions to address anticipated events to the Office of Academic Affairs Executive Office and the Associate Dean for Clinical Curriculum.
- Address issues that arise in the day-to-day operations and strategic development and implementation of curricular initiatives, seeking guidance from the Associate Dean for Clinical Curriculum.
- Work closely with the Office of Academic Affairs Executive Office to implement new projects and programs related to central clinical curriculum management.
Bachelor's Degree Experience:
24 months experience in administrative management including supervision Equivalency:
Will accept 48 months related experience in lieu of the Bachelor's Degree for a total of 72 months experience Skills
Proficient in Microsoft OfficeFinancial or accounting experience to include analysis, auditing, and budgetingHighly organized and ability to handle multiple projects and deadlinesAbility to communicate well and build rapport with students, faculty and staffStrong initiative to solve problemsPreferences:
Supervision: Yes Working Conditions:
- Previous experience in medical education curriculum coordination
- Degree in Education, Curriculum, Instructional Design, Leadership, Organizational Development, Business Administration, Biology, Social, Physical, Health Sciences or other field
- 36 months of experience directly related to the specialty area
- Physical: Ability to engage in repetitive motions and sit for long periods of time.
- Environmental: Standard office environment, frequent exposure to pressure caused by deadlines and busy periods, and requires contact with other departments and university officials.
The University of Oklahoma is committed to achieving a diverse, equitable, and inclusive university community by recognizing each person's unique contributions, background, and perspectives. The University of Oklahoma strives to cultivate a sense of belonging and emotional support for all, recognizing that fostering an inclusive environment for all is vital in the pursuit of academic and inclusive excellence in all aspects of our institutional mission. Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:
The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, and health care services that the University operates or provides.Organization:
Medicine Office of the DeanJob Location:
Oklahoma-Oklahoma City-Health Sciences CenterSchedule:
May 3, 2022