Fellowship Coordinator

Job Description:
Responsibilities The Fellowship Coordinator manages all aspects, including recruitment and selection, of the nine (9) fellowship programs, three (3) of which are accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Responsible for the day-to-day management of the programs.
Acts as education coordinator between attending physicians and fellows, institutional and regulatory administrative offices.
Performs human resources functions, such as: using online HR systems, requesting medical staff and billing privileges, and assisting with the budget for 27-30 fellows.
Serves as the parking coordinator for the Radiology Department.
Under the general direction of the Vice Chair of Education and SAO IV Supervisor, the incumbent sets tasks and priorities to meet Department and University goals and objectives.
S/he exercises creativity and good judgment in problem solving and planning assigned responsibilities and projects.
S/he demonstrates initiative and resourcefulness in applying a detailed knowledge of responsibilities and underlying management structure of the Department and University in organizing activities, establishing procedures and systems, and ensuring the orderly and timely flow of work for the programs.
Department parking coordinator; Assign spaces to new and existing employees and keep accurate records for 500 employees.
Ensure that policies and procedures of the parking office and the University are followed when assigning allocations at all 8 locations.
Qualifications Skill in analyzing information, situations and procedures to identify problems and recommend appropriate solutions and/or methods of implementation.
Demonstrated executive level administrative skills.
Ability to work independently, organize work, set priorities that accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities, and handle several projects simultaneously.
Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information with tact and discretion.
Ability to diplomatically handle difficulty or urgent matters in a confident and proficient manner.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with a diverse group of administrators, faculty, managers, and patients.
Skill in operating a personal computer in a LAN environment, using Windows software including word-processing, spreadsheet, presentation, database, and scheduling applications.
Working knowledge of university policies and procedures governing travel expenses and reimbursements.
Skill speaking clearly and distinctively using appropriate English vocabulary and grammar to obtain and convey information to individuals at all organizational levels.
Ability to manage space, equipment and material resources.
Skill in coordinating with other departments and off campus resources in the completion of special projects.
Demonstrated skill in program planning, implementation, administration, and evaluation.
Working knowledge of overall goals and functions of the Fellowship program.
Working knowledge of the various benefit programs offered through the University.

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