Join our team who is committed to the delivery of the highest quality health care service. We are seeking a full-time Family Medicine Residency Program Coordinator that is self-motivated, energetic, and a take charge individual.
Assist with the development and implementation of the SSCHC Family Medicine Residency Program.
Participate in various learning opportunities to build professional development and knowledge base of residency programming and its educational requirements, better positioning SSCHC to implement such programming. Includes but is not limited to development of the unique knowledge of the ACGME and the Family Medicine program requirements.
Assist the Program Director with the development of policies and procedures necessary for the residency program.
Assist the Program Director in accreditation efforts.
Assist in the design and operationalization of resident recruitment.
Serve as a support resource for Family Medicine residents.
Develop knowledge of the software that will be used to manage resident rotations, evaluations, schedules, etc., using that software to manage these processes including the tracking of resident attendance.
Track resident and faculty involvement in research and quality improvement projects.
Organize and schedule resident education sessions.
Maintain records specific to the Family Medicine residency program including but not limited to personnel records, curriculum documentation, accreditation documentation, conference presentations, procedure documentation, and any other required documentation for resident rotations.
Serve as a liaison to faculty, staff, residents, and other learners.
Associates Degree or advanced required.
Training Administrators for Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) certification preferred.
Administrative experience preferred.
Must possess skills in leadership and personnel management.
Working knowledge of the socio-cultural factors associated with the community’s use of social and health care services necessary.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with co-workers, officials, the public, patients, other private and public health organizational representatives, health care personnel and community groups and organizations.
Ability to work under pressure and high stress, maintain personal composure, evaluate situations, and act/react appropriately, and use tact in dealing with visitors, patients, and difficult situations.
Ability to identify and maintain confidential material.
Ability to communicate orally and in writing and oral information/presentations to a wide variety of staff.
Ability to interpret and conform program operations to applicable laws, rules, regulations, and funding source requirements and according to acceptable standards.