ASSISTANT PROGRAM COORDINATOR FAM MED SPORTS MED(Job Id 6663)
Job ID: 6663
Date posted: 05/23/2019
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Work Type: FULL TIME
Department: FAMILY MEDICINE GME CS
Shift/Hours: Monday-Friday 40 hours a week
: FULL TIME Facility: GWINNETT MEDICAL CENTER Other information:
Department: FAMILY MEDICINE GME CS Shift/Hours
: Monday-Friday 40 hours a week
The Assistant Program Coordinator (APC) is responsible for supporting the day-to-day administration of the Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship training program. The APC assists the Fellowship Director (FD) in maintaining the educational quality of the training program and ensuring compliance with ACGME/RC accreditation standards and other regulatory requirements. The APC will also be expected to contribute 0.5 FTE to coordination and administration of the Family Medicine Residency program as assistant coordinator the Family Medicine Program Coordinator, assisting the Program Director (PD) and his designates in the educational mission of the Family Medicine residency program.
High School diploma, associate's degree preferred. Preferable experience in administration and/or office management in an academic health care setting. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), and previous budget and auditing experience. Excellent Organizational skills, an ability to multitask and prioritize competing priorities, work independently, and meet important deadlines. Exhibit excellent communication (written, verbal, cross-cultural), problem-solving and decision-making skills. Comfortable working independently and in a collaborative team environment consisting of diverse populations of staff, faculty, residents, and other administrative personnel. Pro-active and willing to take initiative, be able to adapt quickly to changes in work requirements and assignments; and should exhibit diplomacy, and compassion. Desired Knowledge and Skills: Previous experience working in GME. Familiarity with ACGME, AAMC, ABFM and other accrediting and regulatory bodies that affect resident and fellow education and training. Must have an interest in medical education and the desire to work in a health care setting.