Reporting to the Director, GME Curriculum and Evaluation, the Curriculum and Evaluation Coordinator supports the programmatic and administrative functions of the Orthopaedic Residency Program and Medical Student Electives. The Coordinator is part of a team dedicated to continually evaluating and improving the existing curriculum while developing new curriculum in emerging areas of interest. He or she will participate in Academic Training projects and support other graduate trainee programs as appropriate.
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Coordinates resident research curriculum including setting up meetings for the Resident Research Curriculum Committee and coordinating the successful completion of clinical fellows, residents and medical students’ grants annually to the Orthopaedic Research Education Foundation, OMeGA Medical grants association and other funding agencies.
- Assists in coordinating educational programming for residents in conjunction with the Curriculum Committee
- Coordinates Research Skills and Patient Safety/Quality Improvement educational programs
- Coordinates the Medical Student Electives and Summer Research Fellowship program which includes formal lectures and clinical experience.
- Works closely with Digital Program Coordinator to compile reports on Flipped Classroom Curriculum compliance and reports to the curriculum committee.
- and other data for rotating Medical Students, and Orthopaedic Residents
- Ensures timely completion of evaluations by orthopaedic residents, medical students and faculty
- Ensures residents’ training files and ACGME ADS database entries are current and correct
- Assist in the collection and analysis of graduate medical education outcomes data and assist in preparation for abstracts submitted to national conferences
- Provides assistance with Well-Being initiatives and Patient Safety/Quality Improvement research projects proposed by the House Staff Quality and Safety Council
- Bachelor’s degree (Health related degree and/or masters preferred)
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Two years of professional or related experience coordinating multiple projects with attention to detail
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel & Access
- Flexible work hours (7:00 am start required Monday and Tuesdays, all other hours are flexible)
- Familiarity with ACGME guidelines, hospital administration and/or health education