60% - Assistant Residency Coordinator Assist the Medicine and Medicine/Pediatrics residency program coordinators with execution of accreditation, program compliance, and annual cycle of events including recruitment, orientation, graduation and various workshops and conferences. Enter and verify data in accreditation and resource tracking systems and update policy manuals. Coordinate resident pathway tracks including clinician-educator, hospitalist, and primary care. Manage and track educational allowance budgets and process reimbursements in Chrome River. Process all PTO requests and letters of employment for residents. Update and manage website content. Serve as a liaison with other department and Medical School educational faculty and staff including the undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education offices. Provide backup coverage for residency coordinators, UME Coordinator and Education Assistant.
35% - Education Event Planner Assist the Medicine education program faculty and staff with event planning and execution of annual and ad hoc events and activities. Act as the internal point of contact for facility, catering and vendor information and provide advice and guidance on appropriate venues, vendors, and event resources. Plan and execute large annual and ad hoc events to include researching logistical details, arranging venue, catering, program agenda, materials, etc. Work directly with vendors to establish relationships and provide cost comparisons. Manage and track expenses and document event procedures.
5% - Education RMS Coordinator Monitor duty hours, create ad hoc reports, identify, analyze, escalate non-compliance or conflicting information, and compile documentation to assist with issue resolution.
Salary Range: $17.31 to $29.10 USD/hour
This position supports the daily operations of the Department of Medicine Education Office. This position supports programmatic activities within the Internal Medicine, Med-Derm and MedPeds residencies, as well as the Medical Student clinical rotations. This position also supports database reporting and event planning needs for the Education Office.
Required Qualifications: (Must be documented on application materials): High School graduate/GED and five years of related office experience or equivalent combination of education and experience to total five years. Computer skills/experience to include Google, MS Office, websites, social media, etc. Database experience entering, manipulating and compiling data and running routine and ad hoc reports Experience must include 2 years of experience in an academic environment supporting faculty leaders and adult learners such as medical students, residents and fellows.
Preferred Qualifications Previous experience with graduate medical education programs Knowledge of University of Minnesota systems, policies and procedures including EFS, PeopleSoft, etc. Experience planning and executing both small and large events such as conferences, workshops, seminars, training sessions, large meetings, etc.
Internal Number: 331232
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