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With oversight and direction from the Manager of Education Programs, and with input from the Vice Chair of Education, the Educational Coordinator B is responsible for administrative support relating to graduate medical education functions, including but not limited to, external rotators and visitors to the Departmental Educational Programs, and all Medical Student rotations. Responsible for the timely completion and return of all training verification requests for former trainees for outside licensing agencies. Maintains effective working relationships with internal and external Hospital Administration, State Regulatory Agencies and other internal and external regulatory agencies. Ensures confidentiality of protected information at all times. Demonstrates exceptional organizational skills and ability to adapt to an ever-changing environment. Uses acquired knowledge to make division processes and practices effective and efficient in line with departmental standards.
The Educational Coordinator B will continually analyze administrative workflow, maintain databases, communicate with faculty, trainees and other administrative personnel regarding a range of issues, and manage internal and external medical education program relations.
The Educational Coordinator B will provide defined administrative support to the Dermatology Department's Educational Programs in addition to performing other duties assigned.
- Responsible for administrative support relating to graduate medical education functions, including but not limited to, external rotators and visitors to the Departmental Educational Programs
- Responsible for administrative support related to all Medical School student rotations (external and internal)
- Assists in preparation of Departmental Budget reporting monthly or quarterly as needed
- Assists in Educational duties regarding faculty compliance as needed
- Assists in the updating and response to the Educational Program and Alumni websites
- Perform additional duties as assigned
Job Location - City, StatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Bachelor's Degree with 2-3 years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required
Office, library, computer room
Typically sitting at a desk or table
Coordinator BDepartment / SchoolPerelman School of MedicinePay Range$43,919.00 - $66,183.00
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