Unit-specific Responsibilities 1) Develop a vision for the structure, growth and management of the Celiac Disease Center that is fully consistent with the organizations strategic plan 2) Serve on the Celiac Disease Program Executive Committee to drive the mission and vision of the program forward 3) Serve as an advocate and liaison between University of Chicago Celiac Disease Program and the community representing the programâ™s perspectives and needs, and convey the policies and decisions of the program. 4) Recommend and implement strategies to enhance the programâ™s impact and reach 5) Manage project teams domestically and internationally, to ensure effective and timely execution of programs and initiatives. 6) Develop and manage the budget for the Celiac Program to include planning for staff salaries, meeting fundraising goals and allocating funds as necessary to achieve mission of Program. 7) Participate in monthly budget planning meets to ensure budget is kept in order 8) Develop tools for systematically assessing how education materials are used by patients and families and whether or not the positively contribute to successful management of a gluten-free diet 9) Establish relationship with International Celiac Disease Symposium Organizing Committee and steer participation in event for CNMC Celiac Program 10) Create novel approaches to educational programming to foster awareness of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders and direct execution of these initiatives (i.e. podcasts, online education protocols, video education training, virtual and simulated learning experiences, etc.) 11) Facilitate and assist with the creation of educational manuals for providers, patients and families at The University of Chicago Medicine and appropriate offsite clinic locations 12) Coordinate and facilitate educational sessions (developing program objectives, creating session topics, finding speakers, etc.) for the Celiac Community 13) Create educational materials and brochures for the Celiac Program 14) Oversee development of CME programs 15) Ensure educational resources are distributed to patients, families, and larger celiac and gluten-free community through Celiac Disease Clinic, general marketing and social outreach 16) Develop a project plan and coordinate implementation of a telemedicine program for the Celiac Disease Program 17) Serve on the Celiac Disease Program Research Committee to develop project plans and discuss best methods for moving forward with celiac research 18) Develop relationships with relevant foundations, corporations, and private donors to fund Celiac Disease Program initiatives 19) Foster and manage relationships with celiac/gluten-free celebrities who may serve as spokespeople for the Celiac Disease Program. 20) Establish partnership with development center
21) Required to possess a valid and current Driverâ™s License in order to operate a vehicle to conduct program outreach for development as needed.
Unit-preferred Competencies 1) Current affiliation with a multi-institutional working group and a proven track record of developing and implementing national and/or international initiatives. 2) Understanding of the major advocacy organizations and societies, hospitals centers and industry sponsors of the celiac disease and gluten-free diet community
Working Conditions Work Setting 1) Office Setting 2) Travel when necessary
3) Operate personal vehicle
Mental Demands 1) Ability to multitask 2) Ability to manage high-stress situations/environments
Preferred Qualifications Education 1) Masterâ™s Degree in related field 2) Nutrition and/or culinary education 3) Membership of the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition (NASPGHAN) 4) Membership of the Society for the Study of Celiac Disease
Experience 1) Extensive knowledge about celiac disease and the gluten-free diet 2) Experience working in a multi-disciplinary setting navigating various departments of a hospital and bridging connection between the medical practitioners and the communities they serve
Required Documents 1)Cover Letter 2)Resume 3)References
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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