Education Manager, Office of Pediatric Education: In conjunction with the Vice Chair of Education, will provide oversight of the Office of Pediatric Education, specifically the administrative aspects. The manager will provide administrative support for the management of issues related to pediatric medical education and our learners, specifically UME, GME & CME activities (undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education). This individual will provide budgetary assistance for the student and residency programs, along with the overarching Office of Education. The Administrator will also manage the following personnel in the Office, which include education coordinators and OPE staff specialists. The role also entails working with the student, residency and fellowship program directors. In addition role will oversee as the primary program coordinator for an education program within the department and partner with the respective program director leadership to ensure all aspect of the program meet internal and external expectations as it relates to operations and finance.
Work Performed to include:
Education Program Coordination support:
- Provide and serve as primary program coordinator support for an education program within the Department of Pediatrics and partner with program director and associate program director(s) in managing all aspects of operations, finances, and human resource tasks as it relates to the program and trainees. Education Office: • Supervise, direct, manage and coordinate work of the Education Coordinators and the OPE staff specialists.
- Function as a resource for the OPE staff specialist for ongoing Officeactivities, in conjunction with Vice Chair of Education (eg, Grand Rounds Planning Committee, Grand Rounds (incl special & endowed lectureships [Alumni, Lenox-Baker, R Buckley, P Anderson, JB Sidbury], GR speakers, Chairs Clinical Case Conference, other CME activities (SAR talks, MR), Departmental Welcome Party, Pediatric PE Night, Graduation & Awards Ceremony, Pediatric Education Day, Post-Interview Season Party, weekly and monthly conference schedules, Phantoms of Phun events, Education-Leadership Meetings, etc.)
- Function as an administrative resource for the Director and Associate Director of Student Education, the Pediatric Residency Directors, the Fellowship Directors and Associate Directors, along with Residency and Fellowship Coordinators.
- Maintain liaisons with training programs’ administration, including faculty and outside organizations (Duke GME office, ACGME, ABP), to coordinate educational programs and accomplish training objectives. Compensation Plan:
- Assist with the design, implementation and creation of reports for the Departmental Faculty Compensation Plan (conference attendance, educational conference attendance, evaluation completion, supplemental educational activities, and other educational metrics tracked by the Office for department). Budget:
- Assist in the budget planning and oversight for the Student, 2 Residency and Office of Education program budget needs, by analyzing educational program plans on a short and long-term basis.
- Prepare budgets and coordinate preparation of financial reports for the Student and Residency training programs, and the Office of Education. Preparefinancial statements reflecting status of programs.
- Approve expenditures
- Facilitate Leaves of Absence for Pediatric trainees (FMLAs)
- Develop promotional materials for all education programs (routine and special).
- Enhance recruitment of students into Pediatrics and enhance marketing efforts for pediatrics.
- Perform other duties incidental to the work described herein
Duke Entity MEDICAL CENTER
Job Family Level 14
Full Time / Part Time FULL TIME
Regular / Temporary Regular
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