University of Wisconsin - Madison

Position Vacancy Listing

PVL # 228429

Position Summary:
The Graduate Medical Education Program Coordinator will coordinate and contribute to the development of administrative activities for DFMCH fellowship programs as outlined in the program curriculum and as required by regulatory agencies. DFMCH fellowship programs are postdoctoral continuing education programs for primary care physicians and researchers with MD, DO, PhD, or other terminal degrees. Must use fundamental knowledge of program requirements to manage administrative responsibilities for the program's fellows and serve as the primary liaison between the Program Directors, fellows, program faculty, Institutional Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office, and affiliated teaching sites concerning program matters. Performs work independently with assignments from the GME Programs Administrator, Department Administrator, or their designee, and in consultation and regular collaboration with the Program Director and the Sponsoring Institution's DIO and Director of Graduate Medical Education.

The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity both as an end in itself but also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.

Principal duties:
- 20%- Maintains a thorough understanding of grant program requirements, regulatory requirements, and hospital and program policies to ensure compliance with regulatory bodies and pertinent policies.
- 30%- Contributes to the design, development and implementation of curriculum and evaluations. Schedules evaluations and teaching sessions Maintains accurate records of the curriculum, evaluations, and participation.
- 10%- Manages workflow components and scheduling of HR lifecycle functions from recruitment through alumni for fellows.
- 20%- Serves as a member of the education team or and as the primary contact for the program liaising with those directly associated with the program, the Institutional GME Office, and regulatory agencies. Serves as resource to advise fellows of program/institutional policies and procedures.
- 10%- Identifies, troubleshoots and resolves discrepancies, and processes and tracks fellow and program expenditures.
- 10%- Provides reports to department and Institutional GME Office as requested.

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