Clerkship Course Coordinator
The Clerkship Course Coordinator, in collaboration with SOM leadership and a network of hospitals and ambulatory sites, is responsible for the implementation, promotion, and enhancement of the quality of the student educational experience from the transitional through the advanced clinical rotations. The curriculum is comprised of block clerkships in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Psychiatry, Neurology as well as additional electives in other medical specialties. Emergency Medicine will be integrated into the block clerkships, and all students will begin the clerkship year with a transitional clerkship.
1.Responsible for managing and delivering administrative support to Clerkship Directors, faculty, staff, and students with needs related to the clerkships, including communication, distribution of course materials, and interfacing with the School of Medicine's Learning and Curricular Management systems.
2.Oversees the implementation, adherence, monitoring, and continuous improvement of all policies and procedures related to clerkships, including those regarding safety and operations.
3.Oversees the preparation and processing of evaluation reports according to the SOM's Curriculum Management Plan and related SOM policies as related to students, faculty, other partners, and the clerkship generally.
4.Oversees and provides the Office of Medical Education with student assessment data, grades, competency assessments, and other student performance data.
5.Meets on a regular basis with the other clerkship coordinators as well as SOM leadership to address common needs and share best practices.
6.Participate in SOM related activities, including serving on curriculum operations and other committees, participating in the SOM's Curriculum Management Plan, and participation in accreditation-related activities.
7.Responsible for communicating with the SOM, faculty and students detailing rooms, transfer information, announcements on LMS and Blackboard.
8.Responsible for the coordination of surveys by ensuring surveys have interest, surveys have cleared to teach, can/will get scheduled, and finally connecting students with appropriate specialists in IP and OP.
9.Responsible for uploading and creating courses in LMS.
10.Responsible for running compliance reports related to policies.
11.Other duties as assigned.
Education, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
1.Bachelor's degree in Education, Public Health, Healthcare Administration or related.
2.Minimum of 1 year of relevant work experience.
3.Microsoft Office suite skills essential.
4.Excellent communication, administration, and organizational skills.
5.Experience working in a higher education or medical education environment, ideally in a School of Medicine.
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