Residency Program Coordinator, Emergency Medicine

Updated: 7 months ago
Location: Detroit, MICHIGAN
Job Type: FullTime

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Position Title
Residency Program Coordinator, Emergency Medicine  
Number of Vacancies
06 - School of Medicine  
Primary Department
H0616-Emergency Medicine  
Essential Functions (Job Duties)
Oversee program operations to ensure all academic, administrative and compliance requirements for the residency program are adhered to. Work directly with the Graduate Medical Education Department at the DMC to manage the resident rotations over a three year residency, oversees academic milestones, interfaces with the ACGME and the RRC and completes the PIF and all other required documentation to maintain accreditation. Support the needs of the residents and provides guidance as needed.
Provide analysis and operational support in the accreditation and strategic planning process for the residency program in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Wayne State School of Medicine. Monitor and recommend improvements to the education process to meet the established standards for function, structure and performance in the medical education program leading to residency certification.
Coordinate the development of budgeting/funding support programs, monitor program costs and the analysis of resources, equipment and services utilized. Plan, develop and implement program strategies. Research and identify program needs and propose and engage in change where appropriate as they impact specific program objectives. Oversee and coordinate needs assessment and related cost/benefit analysis; provide independent direction in executing and attaining program objectives and enhancing services offered.
Serve as primary technical and administrative resource and provide responsible program management interfacing with University and DMC personnel and outside professional, client and constituent groups. Provide consultative service and disseminate information relative to program objectives and activities. Oversee and participate in special research on operational programs. Prepare program proposals and specifications.
The coordinator will help support the strategic planning process, reporting to the Program Director and the Chair of Emergency Medicine.
Serve as key technical specialist and/or consultant responding to inquiries which necessitate complex problem resolution techniques. Keep abreast of technical and administrative developments and integrate such in the specific operational activities, services and mission of assigned area. Participate in related professional organizations and represent and enhance the assigned organizational area on various committees or task forces to promote program services, activities and initiatives.
Manage the day to day processes of the ACGME and RRC to ensure continuing accreditation of the Emergency Medicine residency. Provide strategy formulation, strategic plans execution, and strategic process improvement initiatives.
Gather, organize, filter and store data for effective decision-making in the accreditation and strategic planning process. Coordinate the development of program materials; conduct individual and group presentations.
Analyze performance, data trends and their impact on education processes, as well as initiate special studies to improve the education process. Make recommendations based on research and best practices to improve curriculum and work processes.
Manage and coordinate the ACGME and RRC accreditation and strategic planning performance improvement initiatives. Monitor and respond to changes in the accreditation process.
Unique Duties
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Advanced coursework in specific discipline preferred.
Extensive program management experience. Experience in graduate medical education a plus.
BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE: Extensive knowledge of a ACGME and RRC requirements as it relates to Emergency Medicine graduate education. Extensive knowledge of GME and University policies and procedures.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Ability to work independently and without formal instructions. Ability to delegate work, set clear direction and manage workflow of large projects. Must possess group based problem solving and sound decision-making skills.
TECHNICAL SKILLS: Highly proficient in Microsoft office suite; Access, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Word, New Innovations, ERAS and a statistical software package.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with others
ANALYTICAL SKILLS: Strong analytic and problem solving skills. Ability to evaluate, interpret and present information effectively in professionally prepared documents or presentations. Must possess a demonstrated attention to detail in order to achieve a high degree of accuracy.
PLANNING AND ORGANIZATION SKILLS: Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently, prioritize and plan work activities while meeting respective deadlines. Refined organizational and time-management skills.
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