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Assistant Director Clinical Curriculum, Medical Education
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Assistant Director, Clinical Curriculum - 2336042
Roles & Responsibilities:
The Clinical Curriculum Manager will be responsible for coordinating the various aspects of the medical school clinical curriculum. The Manager will be responsible for creating systems and processes, ensuring appropriate communications and maintaining adherence to policies, procedures, and requirements for the clinical curriculum. The Manager will be a vital member of the Curricular Affairs team and will report to the Assistant Dean of Curricular and Student Affairs, while working closely with the Curriculum Co-Directors, Student Affairs, Curriculum Manager, and the Senior Associate Deans for Undergraduate Medical Education.
- Oversee day-to-day office operations and staff
- Direct staff training, reporting, provide feedback and performance appraisals and guide team to accomplish goals through exemplary customer service
- Effectively communicate resources, policies and guidelines to staff, faculty and students
- Partner with the Assistant Dean to provide development opportunities for staff
- Oversee the onboarding and training of new staff and faculty
- Oversee site selection, management, and compliance for all clinical experiences; ensure consistency across all curricular activities occurring at each site
- Manage site visits and communications with all clinical sites including affiliates. Ensure sites are up to date on policies, curricular initiatives, and student feedback
- Oversee curriculum administrative needs including resource needs, addressing space requirements, and communicating with clinical faculty
- Partner with the Senior Associate Deans for Undergraduate Medical Education and Directors of Global Health, Service Learning, Medical Student Electives, and Educational Technology on curriculum design, implementation, and program evaluation
- Oversee the medical student compliance process, including logistics and student tracking
- Partner with the Registrar to manage processes related to clerkship selection, site placement and tracking
- Manage the coordinator who serves as the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) Executive Chief Proctor for the administration of clinical shelf exams for medical students; coordinate all aspects of this process to meet NBME specifications for examinees
- Serve as an integral part of the Curricular and Student Affairs operations leadership team
- Partner with the Student Affairs team to ensure communication regarding student issues and grades are timely and efficient
- Develop and implement projects and analyze data related to the department; support changes as they roll out
- Design and implement ways to collect information from faculty and students for planning new curricular initiatives
- Effectively create and implement policies and procedures as necessary
- Champion various accreditation standards and track their progress
- Serve as the administrative lead for appropriate committees
- Exercise judgment, maintain composure, and demonstrate understanding, flexibility and leadership skills when acting in lieu of the Assistant Dean
- Track the programmatic financial progress and prepare financial reports
- Cross train and support other team members
- Perform other duties as needed as part of a
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree required; Master's degree preferred
- Experience: 3+ years’ experience in medical education, academic affairs, curriculum, or related field;
- Management or supervisory experience preferred
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