University of Utah Coordinator, Administrative Program in Salt Lake City, Utah
Open Date 05/30/2017
Requisition Number PRN14289B
Job Title Coordinator, Administrative Program
Working Title Coordinator, Administrative Program
Job Grade D
FLSA Code Administrative
Patient Care Job Code? No
Standard Hours per Week 40
Full Time or Part Time? Full Time
Work Schedule Summary
8am to 5pm Monday through Friday,
12 months per year
VP Area Health Sciences
Department 00965 - DFPM-Div of Occup&Environ Hlth
City Salt Lake City, UT
Type of Recruitment External Posting
Pay Rate Range 31600 to 44,999
NOTE: May close at anytime.
Open Until Filled
NOTE: May close at anytime. Yes
Oversees and coordinates a variety of departmental academic and student programs, which may include budgeting and/or complex program or record keeping responsibilities under the direction of the Program Director.
1.Oversees day-to-day operations of the program
2.Provides administrative support for program director, associate program director and residents
3.Administrator for program committees (residency committee, clinical competency committee, etc.)
4.Updates program policies as needed and asGMEoffice policies change
5.Assists residents with program policies and procedures
6.Updates competency-based rotation goals and objectives and distributes to residents and faculty annually
7.Assists with producing and distributing syllabus, manuals/handbooks for residents
8.Assists with producing and distributing annual rotation schedule and changes including entering and updating in E*Value
9.Assists with producing and distributing resident schedules
10.Assists with producing and distributing didactic conference schedule
11.Coordinates program wide events such as graduation
12.Maintains files on current and alumni residents
13.Executes program letter of agreement (PLA) between the program and each participating site
14.Executes house staff contracts
15.Coordinates and proctors annual specialty in-service examination and Summative examination
16.Maintains residents’ scholarly activity data forGMEoffice andACGMEannual update
17.Communicates directly with specialty board, specialty societies and other organizations
18.Works with theGMEoffice to ensure resident compliance with medical and controlled substance licenses,DEAnumber,BLS/ACLS/PALS,USMLE, TB test, flu shot, N95 respirator mask fitting, and computer training requirements
19.Schedule residents for Continuing Education lectures (e.g. Health Effects of Asbestos, etc…)
20.ReportsVAMCresident clinical duty schedules toGMEandVAMC
21.Assists Program Director with Training Grant Applications, Reports, and Financial Accounting includingNIOSH, andHRSAtraining grants.
22.Coordinates semi-annual Residency Advisory Committee (RAC) meeting including invitations to members, assistance with Agenda and Minutes, forwarding confidential resident and faculty evaluations toRACChair, and preparation of facility.
23.Coordinating medical student rotations with program: Program Director/faculty approval, credentialing of external students, scheduling at clinic/course work/site visits/external sites, processing evaluations
1.Coordinates the distribution, tracking and filing of resident, faculty and rotation evaluations in E*Value
2.Drafts verification of training forms
3.Maintaining individual resident files in accordance withACGMEandGMEstandards
4.Monitors residents’ board eligibility status
5.Coordinates semi-annual resident reviews with program director or associate program director, including portfolio review
6.Monitors resident duty hours, runs monthly duty hour violation report and reports violation and action plan to theGMEoffice
7.Processes Moonlighting Authorization Forms
8.Processes summative evaluations for residents’ completing the program or transferring out of the program
9.Assist residents with Federal Occupational Health credentialing.
1.Manages applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) program
2.Assists program director in screening and inviting candidates for interview
3.Updates recruiting brochures, websites and other materials provided to applicants
4.Reviews the required policy and document packet with interviewee including interview packet checklist and eligibility for funding based on U.S. residency status.
5.Schedules candidate interviews with faculty, meeting with residents and tour of facilities
6.Verifies applicant eligibility including program selection policy
7.Assists the program director in determining the rank order list for the annual residency match
8.Execute offer letters to candidates accepted to program.
9.Completes annualGMECensus Survey throughGMETrack to populate program’s listing onFREIDA
1.Advises program director ofACGMEspecialty’s program requirement interpretation
2.Maintains accurate and easily retrievable records of resident training
3.Completes annualACGMEprogram and resident updates
4.Manages data forACGMENext Accreditation System (NAS)
5.Organizes special/internal review with theGMEoffice
6.Serves as a key participant inACGMEandGMEoffice reviews
1.Updates and maintains program documents and resident files on shared drives
2.Implements and maintains program management software (E*Value)
3.Develops and maintains program and recruiting webpages
4.ScheduleEPICtraining for incoming residents the (day of OM orientation), set up residentEPICaccounts.
1.Processes and tracks resident absences both in E*Value and for board qualification
2.On-boards new residents to the program including orientation
3.Provides support of graduate school training and assists Academic coordinator
4.Maintains fellowship and job opportunity files
5.Assists with scholarship programs for residents
6.Monitors resident morale and responds to concerns
7.Assists in resident remediation
8.Assists with due process for resident probation and termination
9.Coordinates resident mentor program
10.Manage new Volunteer adjunct faculty appointments.
1.Oversees residency program budget
2.Processes additional compensation forms for residents
3.Manages travel including registering trip, early and final travel reimbursements for program director, associate program director and residents
4.Processes procurements for the residency program
5.Processes procurements for residents using their book and travel fund
6.Provide billing services including generation and application of appropriateCPTcodes for services rendered to contracted clinic clients on a monthly basis.
7.Update clinical contracts (150+ clients) with current pricing and coding for all individual services.
8.Apply incoming payments from clinic clients, and notify clients of post-due accounts as required.
1.Attends monthlyGMEoffice coordinator meetings
2.Engages in life-long learning by taking courses the further professional growth, knowledge and expertise to enhance residency program management skills (through human resources, etc.)
3.Pursues certification through Training Administration of Graduate Medical Education (TAGME)
Bachelor’s degree in a related field plus one year directly related experience or equivalency required. Demonstrated ability to work independently, analyze and make decisions related to program content. Strong coordination and organizational skills required to prioritize conflicting deadlines. Demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills are also required.
Applicants must demonstrate the potential ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined in the position description.
1.Four years of administrative and/or secretarial experience, preferably in an academic setting.
2.Ability to work independently and pay close attention to detail
3.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including written and verbal, problem solving, diplomatically handles problems of a sensitive and/or confidential nature
4.Superior organizational skills
5.Commitment to provide excellent customer service
6.Accounting, bookkeeping, word processing and typing skills
7.Preferred knowledge of the following applications/websites: E*Value,ERAS,NRMP,ACGMEWebADS, specialty board, and SmartWeb
8. Preferred understanding of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements for Institutional, Common, and specialty program requirements and the accreditation process
9.Experience in Billing and Coding for clinical services includingCPTcodes,AAPCcertification preferred.
Type Benefited Staff
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