Reporting directly to the Chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences. The Academic Coordinator will also have a functional reporting relation to the Assistant Dean of longitudinal clinical education. S/he will serve as the primary administrative support for faculty who develop and deliver the core educational experiences within the Course Modules during the M1 and M2 years of the medical education curriculum. S/he will support the further development of longitudinal clinical curriculum form EMTTHROUGH M4. The Academic Coordinators will staff all module meetings, serve as point persons to monitor development and central coordination of module content; organize and schedule faculty participation for small group experiences; schedule rooms as needed for educational activities; assist faculty in entering all content, assessments, student evaluations, progress reports into online systems; proctor exams, provide staffing support for curriculum subcommittees; and organize and submit faculty requests for educational materials to the Chair of Biomedical Sciences and the Associate Dean for Education. In addition the Curriculum Coordinator will maintain and modify the academic calendar under the direction of the Chair and M1 and M2 Academic Year Directors.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Master's degree, or bachelor's degree and 2 years experience in curriculum management or development.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 61802
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