Graduate Medical Education Administrator
Involves high-level administration in the Department of Educational Affairs and supports the Chief Academic Officer and the Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education (GME) in the oversight and administration of GME training programs. Supervises a pool of GME Coordinators. May serve as a GME Program Coordinator for one or more training programs as needed. Oversees accreditation issues, project management, student affairs, and finances. Maintains a current knowledge base of the policies and procedures of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Sponsoring Institutions for GME (including the University at Buffalo and/or University of Rochester), the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), the New York State Board of Medicine, relevant specialty boards, and other academic and governmental organizations. Requires contact with these organizations, both internal and external. Drafts proposed policy, procedure, and training documents. Coordinates academic affiliation agreements.
Applicants must possess an Associates Degree and the equivalent of seven years of business or related experience, including four years of GME Program Coordinator experience; or an Associates Degree and the equivalent of five years of administrative experience in a healthcare or educational environment, including two years of GME Program Coordinator experience; or a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma and the equivalent of six years of administrative experience in a healthcare or educational environment, including two years of GME Program Coordinator experience. The desired candidate will have experience as a Program Coordinator of an ACGME-accredited fellowship or residency program, preferably with experience in coordinating an ACGME site visit or accreditation renewal. The desired candidate will have experience as a supervisor with directing, monitoring, and evaluating the job performance of direct reports, preferably reports with GME duties. Preferred candidates will possess TAGME certification. Preferred candidates will demonstrate strong written communications skills in a cover letter by clearly and convincingly describing their interest in and fit for the position and its duties as described. The desired candidate will have above-average skills in developing and using Microsoft Office software to develop, implement, and use data management resources for maintaining trainee records in compliance with accreditor expectations. The desired candidate will have strong interpersonal skills and be adept at managing conflict and solving problems. The preferred candidate will be adept at multi-tasking and coordinating multiple projects, workflows, and deadlines simultaneously.
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