Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator

Location
United States, North America
Posted
Aug 01, 2014
About The Unit:

Unit Job Summary: The Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator reports to the Residency Program Director and Manager for the Administrative Services Unit. She/he also works in cooperation with the Department Chairman and other faculty and personnel engaged in the education of post medical school graduates. The Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator will work as part of a team to preserve and maintain an effective and efficient service level within the department and university.

Unit Education: Certification through the National Board for Certification of Training Administrators in Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) OR a minimum of five years progressively responsible administrative experience required. At least 3 continuous years working in an accredited graduate medical education clnical speciality preferred.

Unit Experience: Working knowledge of residency program structure and outside reviewing agency (ACGME, American Board of Pathology) policies and procedures. Analytical skills to assess data with regard to residents remaining compliant with the program, and to ensure they are receiving a well-rounded rotation. Knowledge of USMLE and CME requirements for accreditation. Proficiency with graduate medical education related databases. Ability to provide data in concise format to Program Director for statistical purposes.

Unit Job Function Competencies: Familiarity with general business practices required. Commitment to providing a high level of service and working in a team environment required. High degree of professionalism required. Interpersonal skills to communicate with a wide variety of individuals, both outside and inside the institution, in a professional manner. Organizational skills to independently set priorities for complex tasks for self and follow through to completion. Strong analytical and organizational skills required.