Prepares educational learner assessments and outcomes reports in accordance with both CME and supporter requirements.
Responsible for maintaining standards for commercial support as outlined by the ACCME.
Seeks new avenues for funding and grant opportunities and ensures that notices of relevant opportunities are brought to faculty attention. Works with sponsors to draft proposal budgets in accordance with University needs, with a moderate level of guidance and direction.
Reviews all applications against University guidelines, in addition to drafting progress reports, non-competing applications, amendments, and budgeting. Responsible for all data entry and preparation of grant reports and trend analysis.
Performs other related work as needed.
A minimum two years of relevant work experience.
A minimum one year of grant submission experience.
Experience with ACCME accredited educational activity development.
Familiarity with ACCME, AMA, PhRMA, FDA and OIG guidelines.
CME Grant writing experience.
Experience working in an academic medical center or university.
Experience in a professional medical environment working closely with physicians.Â Â
Document software, spreadsheet and database skills.
Familiarity with Learning Management Systems (LMS), commercial grant submission portals, and ACCME annual PARS reporting system.
Navigate University and Medical Center financial and compliance systems, requirements, and policy.
Able to work in a dynamic team environment within a major academic medical center.
Key skills include: rigorous attention to detail, organization, adaptability, flexibility, technological proficiency, rapid learning, and efficient implementation.
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