SOMA - Clinical Education Coordinator
- Provides support to the ATSU-SOMA Clinical Education Department, Regional Directors of Medical Education, Community Health.
- Center SOMA Administrative Assistants and OMSIII and OMSIV students by assisting the Director of Clinical Affairs Unit, the Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine and the Dean's Council. Assists all students with changes and maintenance of all clinical experiences and rotation assignments.
- Collaborates with the CAU team on all staff and University projects. Ensures all OMSIII and OMSIV students secure, schedule and complete core and elective clinical rotations as required by the ATSU-SOMA curriculum.
- Continuously monitor and support Community Campus deliverables from RDME's and AA's for both academic and administrative requirements.
- Confirms rotations 1 week prior.
- Maintains accurate and organized rotation records for the students in the confidential manner, ensuring ethical and legal guidelines are maintained.
- Works with students, faculty, preceptors and rotation site support personnel in a professional manner to coordinate changes and/or modifications to rotations or schedules.
- Manages student evaluations and grades to assure that all graduation requirements are being met.
- Provides prompt and accurate feedback to administration regarding deficiencies in performance or professionalism.
- Follow up on Evaluations - CRE, SER, Professionalism, "On the Fly" and Praise.
- Provides prompt and accurate feedback to administration regarding concerns or successes with a rotation site or student evaluation of a preceptor (SER).
- Serves as a liaison between faculty, preceptors and students on a range of academic, administrative and/or personal issues as required.
- Manage new Sites and Preceptors in E*Value.
- Monitor PxDx Logs.
- Attends Monthly AA Conference.
- Submits Letters of good standing through Google docs
- Managing external and international rotation application
- Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
Skills / Requirements
- Excellent computer skills required to set up document formats in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and any other software program required by the position.
- Able to type at least 45 words per minute.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Follows directions and works well under pressure.
- Ability to interact with administration, faculty, staff, students and general public in a professional manner.
- Excellent problem-solving skills.
- Ability to organize and prioritize workload in order to meet necessary deadlines.
- Ability to manage detail-oriented assignments and be flexible with job assignments.
Pay: from $16.23/hour
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 1782