Medical Education Coordinator, UVA School of Medicine
Job ID: R0040134 | Medical Education | Full Time | Charlottesville, VA
The School of Medicine at the University of Virginia (UVA) is seeking applicants for a Graduate Medical Education Coordinator. With oversight and direction from the Program Director, Director of Education, and Graduate Medical Education (GME) Compliance Manager, the Program Coordinator is responsible for the operational and financial management of GME residency/fellowship training programs. The position requires a comprehensive and detailed understanding of national accreditation and institutional policies, as well as a high degree of initiative and independent judgment. The Program Coordinator functions as an integral player on the department's centralized education team and serves as an educational liaison with regulatory partners and administrative counterparts both inside and outside the institution.

The successful candidate will be expected to:
Continually assess and direct a wide range of programmatic issues including, but not limited to, long-range planning; recruiting, credentialing, orienting, and onboarding trainees; preparing and monitoring program budgets and projects; coordinating special events; analyzing administrative workflow; maintaining application and program databases; creating trainee schedules; communicating with faculty and trainees regarding a range of issues; providing administrative support to the program directors and trainees; and managing internal and external program relations.

Qualified candidates must have:
  • Education: High school diploma.
  • Experience: Two years of administrative experience. Bachelor's degree may substitute for experience.
  • Preferred: A bachelor's degree and experience in a healthcare and/or education setting preferred.

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to organize and synthesize information and handle sensitive information with confidentiality.
  • Possess a working knowledge of software applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Physical Demands:
This is primarily a sedentary job involving extensive use of desktop computers. The job does occasionally require traveling some distance to attend meetings and programs.

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