The Education Coordinator reports to the Assistant Director/Project Manager and works with the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics leadership to support the interprofessional educational and research projects of Columbia Commons IPE. Program support includes assisting in the growth of interprofessional education programs at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center and helping to develop approaches to demonstrate outcomes of Columbia Commons IPE's educational programs. The Education Coordinator will have experience with large-scale educational projects, including supporting and scheduling faculty, recruiting and enrolling students, and tracking participation and assessment data. Familiarity with digital/technical communication applications (e.g., Zoom, Drupal website management, Canvas LMS, Qualtrics) a must. Training or experience in educational technology and/or educational assessment a plus.
Oversee administrative tasks delegated by the Assistant Director/Project Manager to assist in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of large-scale educational projects.
Work collaboratively with the Assistant Director/Project Manager to coordinate logistics for CUIMC-wide interprofessional education undertakings and to allow Columbia Commons IPE to function as the IPE executive hub for 10 graduate health programs/schools.
Establish partnerships with and communicate with members of the faculty and student IPE advisory boards.
Support the Assistant Director/Project Manager in monitoring budget and project timelines
Bachelor's degree in a relevant field or equivalent in education and experience, plus two years of experience
Experience supporting multi-disciplinary teams
Outstanding organizational and scheduling skills
Technical skills in digital communication and virtual logistics
Effective verbal and written communications and stakeholder relations skills
Must have the ability to interact with a varied constituency and handle multiple tasks and shifting priorities in a high-volume environment (with a foundation of tact and diplomacy). Must be motivated, proactive, innovative, and collaborative, with a strong attention to detail and skills in collaborative brainstorming and problem solving in teams. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills, both oral and written, are required. Must have superior Microsoft Office/Excel/social media/website skills.
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