SAO I- Fellowship Program Coordinator

ResponsibilitiesResponsible for the coordination and dissemination of information for all activities related to the Fellowship Training Programs and act as backup for Residency and Medical Student Programs.

QualificationsBachelors' Degree strongly preferred
Ability to travel and work a flexible schedule, including occasional weekend days and evenings and travel, as needed.
Knowledge of Electronic Fellowship Application Service Program
Knowledge of National Matching Programs
Working knowledge of Medical Education Systems.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, faculty, housestaff, and community physicians.
Skill in setting priorities to complete work in a timely manner when there are changes in workload, pressures of deadlines, and competing requirements.
Skill in operating a PC including use of software packages such as Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat and Outlook, and other online programs.
Ability to use specialized educational software to record PowerPoint presentations with audio and complete the video processing of the lectures.
Skill in writing and editing correspondence with correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation and with speed and accuracy.
Skill in creating print materials such as flyers, brochures, posters and handouts to be viewed by faculty, trainees, community physicians, and the general public with correct grammar and accuracy.
Ability to make oral group presentations to provide information and explain policies and procedures.
Skill in coordinating special events by determining place, time, and arranging catering, parking, etc.
Skill in speaking clearly and distinctly in response to telephone inquiries about the programs, conferences, special events and physician referral.
Skill in working independently and following through on assignments; knowledge of university policies and procedures.
Knowledge of basic math to compile and construct tables, charts, and graphs.
Skill in operating basic audiovisual equipment, such as LCD projector, slide projector, Audience Response System and microphone systems.

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