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Program Director and Assistant Program Director for new GME Training Program

Riverside Community Hospital
Date Posted: August 22, 2015

We are seeking an experienced General Surgery Program Director for new GME program in Riverside, CA…. QUALIFICATIONS: • Requisite specialty expertise and documented educational and administrative experience acceptable to the Review Committee; • Current certification in the specialty by the American Board of Surgery, or specialty qualifications that are acceptable to the Review Committee; • Current medical licensure and appropriate medical staff appointment; • Unrestricted credentials at the primary clinical site/sponsoring institution, and license to practice medicine in the state where the sponsoring institution is located; and, • Scholarly activity in at least one of the areas of scholarly activity: o Peer-reviewed funding; o Publication of original research or review articles in peer-reviewed journals, or chapters in textbooks; o Publication or presentation of case reports or clinical series at local, regional, or national professional and scientific society meetings; or, o Participation in national committees or educational organizations. JOB RESPONSIBILILTIES The program director’s initial appointment should be for at least 6 years. The program director must administer and maintain an educational environment conducive to educating the residents in each of the ACGME competency areas. The program director must: • Select faculty; • Develop, maintain and update competency based curriculum manual; • Conduct annual meeting with key clinical faculty and a representative group of residents to evaluate the program and make any appropriate changes; • Conduct quarterly resident director meetings for feedback on the strengths/weaknesses of the program; • Become a member of the national program directors association and attend their meetings. • Oversee and ensure the quality of didactic and clinical education in all sites that participate in the program; • Approve a local director at each participating site who is accountable for resident education; • Approve the selection of program faculty as appropriate; • Evaluate program faculty and approve the continued participation of program faculty based on evaluation; • Monitor resident supervision at all participating sites; • Prepare and submit all information required and requested by the ACGME, including but not limited to the program information forms and annual program resident updates to the ADS, and ensure that the information submitted is accurate and complete; • Provide each resident with documented semiannual evaluation of performance with feedback; • Ensure compliance with grievance and due process procedures as set forth in the Institutional Requirements and implemented by the sponsoring institution; • Provide verification of residency education for all residents, including those who leave the program prior to completion; • Implement policies and procedures consistent with the institutional and program requirements for resident duty hours and the working environment, including moonlighting, and, to that end, must: o Distribute these policies and procedures to the residents and faculty; o Monitor resident duty hours, according to sponsoring institutional policies, with a frequency sufficient to ensure compliance with ACGME requirements; o Adjust schedules as necessary to mitigate excessive service demands and/or fatigue; and, o If applicable, monitor the demands of at-home call and adjust schedules as necessary to mitigate excessive service demands and/or fatigue. • Monitor the need for and ensure the provision of back up support systems when patient care responsibilities are unusually difficult or prolonged; • Comply with the sponsoring institution’s written policies and procedures, including those specified in the Institutional Requirements, for selection, evaluation and promotion of residents, disciplinary action, and supervision of residents; • Be familiar with and comply with ACGME and Review Committee policies and procedures as outlined in the ACGME Manual of Policies and Procedures; • Obtain review and approval of the sponsoring institution’s GMEC/DIO before submitting to the ACGME information or requests for the following: o All applications for ACGME accreditation of new programs; o Changes in resident complement; o Major changes in program structure or length of training; o Progress reports requested by the Review Committee; o Responses to all proposed adverse actions; o Requests for increases or any change to resident duty hours; o Voluntary withdrawals of ACGME-accredited programs; o Requests for appeal of an adverse action; o Appeal presentations to a Board of Appeal or the ACGME; and, o Proposals to ACGME for approval of innovative educational approaches. • Obtain DIO review and co-signature on all program information forms, as well as any correspondence or document submitted to the ACGME that addresses: o Program citations, and/or o Request for changes in the program that would have significant impact, including financial, on the program or institution. • Devote his or her principal effort to the program. • Designate other well-qualified surgeons to assist in the supervision and education of the residents; • Be responsible for all clinical assignments and input into the teaching staff appointments at all sites; • Along with the faculty, be responsible for the preparation and implementation of a comprehensive, effective, and well-organized educational curriculum; • Ensure that conferences should be scheduled to permit resident attendance on a regular basis, and resident time must be protected from interruption by routine clinical duties. Documentation of attendance by 75% of residents at the core conferences must be achieved; • Ensure that the following types of conferences must exist within a program: o A course or a structured series of lectures that ensures education in the basic and clinical sciences fundamental to surgery, including technological advances that relate to surgery and the care of patients with surgical diseases, as well as education in critical thinking, design of experiments and evaluation of data; o Regular organized clinical teaching, such as grand rounds, ward rounds, and clinical conferences; o A weekly morbidity and mortality or quality improvement conference (Sole reliance on textbook review is inadequate). • Along with the physician faculty, assess the technical competence of each resident. The Review Committee requires that each resident perform a minimum number of certain cases for accreditation. Performance of this minimum number of cases by a resident must not be interpreted as an equivalent to competence achievement; • Ensure that each resident has at least 750 major cases across the five years of training. This must include a minimum of 150 major cases in the resident’s chief year; • Ensure that residents have required experience with a variety of endoscopic procedures, including esophogastro-duodenoscopy, colonoscopy and bronchoscopy as well as experience in advanced laparoscopy; and, • Ensure that residents have required experience with evolving diagnostic and therapeutic methods. Employment with HCA Healthcare Riversider Community Hospital, offering highly competitive income package as well as generous employed benefits including 401K, Medical, Dental Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance aswell as malpractice and tail coverage THE HOSPITAL: At RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, we are able to provide the healthcare services that the community residents will need through the many stages of their life. Services like Emergency/Trauma, Labor and Delivery, Cardiac Care, Orthopedics and Transplant are among our many Centers of Excellence. Our hospital is one of the largest full-service, acute care community hospitals in the County; centrally located. With over 400 physicians on staff and over 1,400 employees, our team of healthcare professionals utilize the most modern equipment and state-of-the-art technology. The hospital was honored by the Business Press Newspaper with the "2002 Top Company To Work For In The Inland Empire" Award. THE COMMUNITY: RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA is an exciting, diverse, urban center situated in the heart of Southern California. The City of Riverside (pop. 270,000) is the county seat of 7,000-square-mile Riverside County (pop. 1.6 million), and is the largest city in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. The City of Riverside is characterized by its visionary, strategic, innovative, and inclusive approach to meeting the high standard of services citizens want. The City is assuredly positioning itself as a preeminent "creative city" for the 21st century. In just the past few years, the City of Riverside has launched community-driven visioning and strategic planning processes, including a General Plan update, significantly redeveloped its beautiful, historic downtown, which is anchored by the world famous Historic Mission Inn Hotel, launched one of two downtown wireless malls in California, and embraced multiple green-oriented environmental strategies. The City also boasts four institutions of higher learning, with a student population of over 40,000. Riverside's proximity to larger cities like Los Angeles and San Diego, as well as the mountains and beaches of the region attract many people. But what surprises new visitors is the city's distinct sense of place; an identity that delineates it from the suburban sprawl that otherwise defines much of the region. Riverside is a vibrant, yet peaceful city of strong, affordable neighborhoods. A multi-cultural city of arts and culture. And a thriving city full of economic opportunity. Inc. Magazine has just identified Riverside as the #2 best place in the country for entrepreneurs to start their business

How To Apply

Contact Linda S. Erwin,Director HCA Physician Recruitment- Far WestDivision 800-824-9275

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Program Coordinator, General Surgery Residency

Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
Date Posted: August 18, 2015

Position Summary The General Surgery Program Coordinator for the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Program will assist the Program Director [PD] in the management, and all day-to-day operations of the Program in General Surgery, to assure that the program's goals and objectives are accomplished. The Program Coordinator will work closely with the PD, faculty, the GME Department and peers in all aspects of program planning and execution, to accomplish the mission of excellence in education, clinical practice and scholarship, promoted by Florida Atlantic University and its College of Medicine. The Program Coordinator reports for day-to-day operations to the Program Director. The Program Coordinator will report to Director of GME on ACGME administrative compliance. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for the supervision of program administrative support staff, once the program is fully implemented. As part of this role, the Program Coordinator will assist the PD, to: Monitor participation and ensure the quality of core didactic/clinical education activities at all participating sites (speaker communications, AV capabilities, educational materials collection and distribution, other). Monitor and ensure adherence to resident duty hours, fatigue supervision/mitigation, key policies governing resident supervision, and the Clinical Learning Environment (CLER) at all participating sites. Prepare and submit all information required/requested by the ACGME, AMA GME track, FREIDA, and ABS (program application forms, annual program updates, resident and program evaluation, other). Become familiarized with and comply with all ACGME and Review Committee policies and procedures. Participate in the organization and execution of the resident selection, appointment and promotion process; ensure compliance with disciplinary, grievance and due process procedures as implemented by the sponsoring institution. Organize/proctor program examinations (core curriculum, ABSITE, other) and manage associated space needs and documentation. Maintain accurate resident files/portfolio, provide verification of residency education for all residents; maintain communication with graduates/alumni of the program and other program correspondence. Provide administrative support to standing program committees and project task forces [Educational Committee, Simulation Task Force, Clinical Competency Committee, Program Evaluation Committee, GME Committee, other]. Review current information to keep apprised of changes and current regulations related to the program and specialty; provide feedback to PD and GME department. Monitor (documentation, evaluation) established core program associated Continued Medical Education (CME) activities at all participating sites. Act as key resource and essential support for all residents. Maintain core database systems related to the program. Prepare and maintain the annual program budget. Organize key functions related to the program (receptions, graduation, interviews and ranking, other). Performs other related duties and complete special projects as assigned. Qualifications A Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university and two years of appropriate experience in graduate medical education required. TAGME certification is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is required. The ideal candidate demonstrates the ability to lead and work independently, plan and organize efficiently and accurately, communicate effectively and professionally in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural educational environment. The ideal candidate will have the ability to effectively manage multiple relationships at various levels and to prioritize and complete various tasks in a timely fashion. Additionally, the selected candidate will demonstrate the genuine desire to create a truly excellent academic program in General Surgery that will achieve national recognition. Valid Driver’s License required.

How To Apply

For more information and to apply, visit https://jobs.fau.edu and reference Position # 01000694. Florida Atlantic University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law. Individuals with disabilities, requiring accommodation, please call 561-297-3057-711.

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Plastic Surgery Physician Assistant

Weill Cornell Medical College
Date Posted: August 6, 2015

Weill Cornell Medical College NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital PLASTIC SURGERY PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT The Division of Plastic Surgery at the Weill Cornell Medical College at NewYork- Presbyterian Hospital is seeking a Board Certified Physician Assistant with added training or experience in surgery. The Physician Assistant will work under the direction of the supervising Physician and/or Chief Physician Assistant and perform history and physicial examinations. Assists in hosital rounds. Makes complete chart entries on patient transactions and records progress notes. Performs minor surgery under direct supervision. May serve as 1st and 2nd assistant in assigned area. Scrubs, start IV's, monitors equipment and alerts surgeon of changes in patient conditions, and may close skin after operation. Acts as liaison between surgeon and surgical staff throughout the operation. May assist medical staff with pre, intra-and post-operative surgical activities and research projects. Salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and credentials.

How To Apply

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to: Weill Cornell Medical College Attn: Jessica Arnau, Faculty Appointments Email: jea2019@med.cornell.edu 525 East 68th Street, Box 129 New York, New York 10021 (212) 746-7689 Joan and Sanford I. Weill Cornell Medical College is an equal opportunity employer. For more information, visit www.med.cornell.edu

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General Surgery Residency Coordinator

University of Southern California/Los Angeles County Med Center
Date Posted: July 27, 2015

The University of Southern California/Los Angeles County Medical Center has an opening for our General Surgery Residency Program Coordinator position beginning August 5, 2015. The General Surgery Residency Program sponsors 42 residents and graduates 7 Chief Residents per year. The successful candidate will: Assist the program director with the residency by ensuring that regulatory and accreditation standards are met, educational activities that support the curriculum are established, departmental policies are created and enforced, and recruitment strategies are implemented so that a highly successful residency program is maintained; Support the accreditation processes, including coordinating and actively participating in site visits; Demonstrate problem solving, decision-making skills, organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to maintain confidentiality; Demonstrate independent judgment and ability to handle stressful situations and highly confidential information; Work occasional after hours, evening and/or weekends. Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; work experience in a social or health science field, graduate medical education, or hospital administration; experience working with diverse populations; strong organizational skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office.

How To Apply

We offer competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration, please email: Mitzi.clendening@med.usc.edu

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Surgical Residency Program Director

Lincoln Medical Center
Date Posted: July 20, 2015

Lincoln Medical Center, a leading acute care teaching hospital academically affiliated with Weill-Cornell Medical College, is seeking an outstanding clinician leader with a record of excellence and expertise for the position of Surgical Residency Program Director. Located just minutes away from Midtown Manhattan, Lincoln Medical Center is a Level I Trauma and NYS Designated Stroke Center, and renowned for its Centers of Excellence. It is a recognized industry leader in the implementation of state-of-the art medical technology and best practices. Responsibilities: -Development of a forgut surgery program for the department, there is no bariatric surgery here at Lincoln -Establish the educational and training requirements for general surgery residents (FLS, FES) -Act as a resource for other surgical divisions (colorectal, surgical oncology, endocrine) -Provide minimally invasive surgery services Required Qualifications: -Graduate of accredited surgical residency program -Current New York State medical license -Board Certified -Advanced training in advanced minimally invasive surgery Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

How To Apply

To learn more in complete confidence, please email CV and cover letter to: Ms. Stephanie Tristine Office of Physician Recruitment tristines@pagny.org

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Residency Program Coordinator

Anne Arundel Medical Center
Date Posted: July 17, 2015

Directly supports the Chair, Program Director and Executive Director, GME, with the operational and financial aspects of the residency training program by ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements, accreditation requirements, and hospital and GME policies. Required Minimum Experience: Three years of experience in healthcare Preferred Experience: Three years of experience in healthcare working in a residency program. Required Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college of university. Eight years of healthcare experience can be substituted for the required education.

How To Apply

https://teds.aahs.org/careers/views/jobDetails.xhtml?reqCd=TAL10000BK&reqRevCd=1

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House Staff Officer/Hospitalist

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Date Posted: July 17, 2015

House Staff Officer/Hospitalist Surgery Department Brooklyn, NY * Per Diem Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center is seeking a Board Certified/Eligible Surgeon to follow established policies/procedures and provide the highest level of surgical services to our patient population. Responsibilities include: • Providing care and services appropriate to any age-related need to patients or residents served on an assigned unit • Ensuring professional services rendered are billed to patients and/or third party payors • Participating in all Q/A, risk management, peer review, departmental and/or medical staff programs intended to monitor, evaluate and improve the quality of patient care • Preparing accurate medical records, progress notes and reports of examinations, procedures and operations • Ensuring compliance with JCAHO and/or relevant Federal, State and local requirements Requires a BC/BE Surgeon with 3+ years of surgical experience, and a valid NYS Medical License, DEA registry number, CMS UPIN number, and NPI number. The ability to participate in departments continuing ed programs, and maintain Time Records consistent with hospital policy will be expected. We offer competitive compensation. KINGSBROOK Jewish Medical Center Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/v

How To Apply

For consideration, please apply online at: http://www.kingsbrook.org/employment

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General Surgery Faculty Position

Western Michigan University
Date Posted: July 12, 2015

General Surgery Faculty Position

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine (WMed) and the Department of General Surgery is seeking board-certified faculty candidates to join our team. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced academic surgeon.

Successful candidates will have a commitment and true interest in teaching and scholarly activities. Qualified BC/BE surgeon graduating from an accredited program with preference towards fellowship training, especially in minimally invasive surgery. Endoscopy and Laparoscopic experience is a plus. Faculty will be expected to participate in the education of medical students and residents, and in ongoing departmental academic scholarly activities.

Western Michigan University School of Medicine offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. This faculty position will have a full time academic appointment in the Department of General Surgery of Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. Academic rank and salary are commensurate with experience. The candidate must be eligible for full licensure to practice in Michigan.

Interested and Qualified Candidates:

Interested individuals should email a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Robert Brady, Manager of Human Resources at facultyemployment@med.wmich.edu. Reference letters will be requested after consultation with candidates. Applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt. For more information, visit http://med.wmich.edu.

About Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine:

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is a collaboration of Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo’s two teaching hospitals, Borgess Health and Bronson Healthcare. It has been in planning since 2008 and was granted preliminary accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education in 2012. The school, which welcomed its inaugural class in August 2014, is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation supported by private gifts, clinical revenue, research activity, tuition from students, and endowment income. The home of the new medical school includes the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Clinics, a modern 60,000 square foot clinical building on the Oakland Drive Campus, and a 350,000 square foot educational building in downtown Kalamazoo that was donated by MPI Research. Located on the new W.E. Upjohn M.D. Campus, the educational building underwent a $68 million renovation and expansion project and opened in June 2014.

Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug- and tobacco-free workplace.

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Contact Us: facultyemployment@med.wmich.edu

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Administrative Director

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Date Posted: June 29, 2015

Job Summary: Leads operational initiatives in services areas in order to achieve set goals. Responsible for strategic planning, educational and financial operations of division/department, budget management, improvements in access, overall customer satisfaction, communication, clinical service delivery, operating efficiency, and staff development. The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of this position. Department Specific Job Responsibilities: 1. Responsible for the overall development, administration, leadership, and direction of daily operations, business processes, fiscal management and strategic objectives of the Pancreas and Liver Institute; works in close partnership with the Pancreas and Liver Institute Operations Committee, Clinical Co-Directors, BIDMC and HMFP Senior Leadership. 2. Participates in long-range operational and program planning/implementation relating to all resources for the delivery of care for patients with diseases of the pancreas and liver, such as network expansion, programmatic growth, staffing, space, equipment, and location(s) spanning the entire spectrum of the healthcare enterprise. 3. Oversees clinical service delivery across the care continuum and focuses on improvements in access and other imperatives needed to create and maintain a high quality, high patient satisfaction service. 4. Outreaches to community partners and donors, as requested. Partners with hospital staff for marketing program and services. Primary Responsibilities: 1. Participates in long-range planning and the development of departmental and ambulatory divisional goals, strategic plans and objectives, as well as personnel, resources, space needs and equipment decisions. Appoints, develops, directly supervises and evaluates practice managers and clinical managers in designated areas (essential) 2. Ensures that department activities and records meet the standards of accrediting, regulatory and reimbursement agencies (JCAHO, OSHA, DPH, etc.). Oversees multidisciplinary team building within ambulatory departments/services. Participates in hospital departmental, administrative and medical staff committees, and reports on committee activities. (essential) 3. Develops policies and procedures for department/division. Measures success with pertinent and measurable data based on targeted goals, developed using Performance Manager Reports. Collaborates with Human Resources to enhance role definition and standards of practice for front line staff, as well as recruitment (essential) 4. Assists the divisional chief in the identification and coordination of program development work through community based programs, marketing and fundraising opportunities. Incorporates facilitation of additional special projects as assigned. (essential) 5. Coordinates recruitment process of clinical and research faculty. Participates in confidential salary planning for faculty and staff. Identifies and acts on issues that affect the delivery of patient care. Quality control and improvement, performance improvement activities, monitoring, reviews, action plans. Oversees patient satisfaction surveys, monitoring and action plans and customer service. (essential) 6. Collaborates with research administrative director to ensure that all bench and clinical research is managed appropriately. Works with Fiscal, Information Systems, Registration, managers and front line staff to implement the process of training, development and roll out of charge ticket entry, co-pay collections and referral management and to ensure collections/charge entry are correct. (essential) 7. Monitors charge master change requests and outpatient CCC programming requests, including billing and reimbursement trends. Acts as liaison with professional billing company and Corporate Compliance. Ensures matching of purchased services for physicians to estimated patient volumes. (essential) 8. Mentors staff to optimize growth and development, and satisfaction through evaluation processes, role definition, process improvement, training and empowerment. (essential) 9. Oversees the operations of graduate medical education programs in the department / division (essential) 10. Has the responsibility to lead and support managers and directors in developing and improving operations to create optimal performance levels. Direct Reports: 4-6 Indirect Reports: 21-50 11. Has full responsibility for planning, monitoring and managing budgets for multiple departments. Required Qualifications: 1. Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree in Healthcare Administration or Business preferred. 2. More than 10 years related work experience required and 5-8 years supervisory/management experience required 3. 8 -10 years experience in a clinical health care setting 4. Experience with computer systems required, including web based applications and some Microsoft Office applications which may include Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access. Competencies: 1. Written Communications: Ability to communicate complex information in English effectively in writing to all levels of staff, management and external customers across functional areas. 2. Oral Communications: Ability to verbally communicate complex concepts in English and address sensitive situations, resolve conflicts, negotiate, motivate and persuade others. 3. Knowledge: Ability to demonstrate broad and comprehensive knowledge of theories, concepts, practices and policies with the ability to use them in complex and/or unprecedented situations across multiple functional areas. 4. Team Work: Ability to lead and direct multiple collaborative teams for large projects or groups both internal and external to the Medical Center and across functional areas. Results have significant implications for the management and operations of the organization. 5. Customer Service: Ability to lead operational initiatives to meet or exceed customer service standards and expectations in assigned unit(s) and/or across multiple areas in a timely and respectful manner. Social/Environmental Requirements: 1. Work requires periods of close attention to work with out interruption. Concentrated effort of up to 4 hours without break may be required. 2. Work requires constant response to changing circumstances and using new information to adjust approach and to quickly respond to new needs. 3. No substantial exposure to adverse environmental conditions 4. Health Care Status: NHCW: No patient contact.- Health Care Worker Status may vary by department Sensory Requirements: Close work (paperwork, visual examination), Monitor Use, Visual monotony, Visual clarity <3 feet, Conversation, Telephone. Physical Requirements: Light work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force frequently to move objects. Some elements of the job are sedentary, but the employee will be required to stand for periods of time or move through out the hospital campus This job requires constant Keyboard use, Endurance-working up to 5-6 hours without a break,frequent sitting, walking.

How To Apply

http://jobs.bidmc.org/boston/management/jobid7303046-administrative-director-operations-jobs

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Full Time Faculty General Surgery

Western Michigan University, Homer Stryker, M.D. School of Medicine
Date Posted: June 26, 2015

Full Time Faculty Position Department of Surgery Position: Full time faculty member in General Surgery. Assistant/ Associate Professor level. Clinical: See and treat patients in the Wmed Surgery clinic, Borgess Medical Center and Bronson Methodist Hospitals. Full scope of general surgery. Candidates with subspecialty training will have appropriate patients directed to them in their elective clinics. On call duties will cover general and acute care surgery patients at both hospitals. No trauma surgery (each hospital has its own trauma surgeons). Will join a group of four general surgeons who cross cover liberally to accommodate teaching and administrative responsibilities of others in the group. With external coverage, weekend call will be 1:6 to 1:8. Weekday call coverage will be 1:6. Endoscopy experience is a plus, but not mandatory as is advanced laparoscopic skill. Teaching: Wmed Department of Surgery is fully accredited to graduate 3 Chief residents per year. With preliminary residents we are accredited to train up to 19 residents in the program at any time. Faculty members are expected to be intimately involved in all aspects of teaching activities such as conference moderating, lecture and grand rounds preparation, individual mentoring and remediation, hospital work and teaching rounds. In addition the faculty are involved in evaluation of residents and a lengthy recruiting cycle. Other duties include proctoring various skills labs quiz preparation, moderating journal club. It is expected that faculty will teach residents to their appropriate level in the operating room as surgeon junior, first assistant or facilitating one resident assisting another. The first class of the medical school just matriculated to their M2 year. Ultimately we will have over 300 medical students here in Kalamazoo. Our department is responsible for many aspects of their training throughout their 4 years including the entirety of the GI curriculum in the M2 year and of course clerkships in the M3 and M4 years. In addition we assist with bioskills and simulation as well as weeklong experiential activities in the M1 and M2 years. We also run a robust Surgery Interest Group. Scholarly Activity: Faculty are expected to have ongoing scholarly projects which often involve residents and medical students. Activities such as publication of peer reviewed articles, editorial review, case report, presentation at regional and national conferences, leadership positions in national societies, etc. are included. There are support staff to assist in the preparation of scholarly works such as a department research coordinator and institutional research and biostatistics staff as well as very able and eager librarians. Service: There are many opportunities for faculty members to be involved in the healthy function of the department, medical school and hospitals via standing and ad hoc committees. Individuals within the department are given discrete responsibilities for the successful operational integrity of academic surgery. Such roles are directors of clerkships, simulation, clinic, research to name a few. In addition at the medical school there remains a continuing need for participation of our faculty on committees ranging from curriculum to promotions, technology and faculty affairs. The hospitals also require our involvement in the various Process Improvement committees and other oversight groups. Requirements: Completion of Five year general surgery residency at accredited ACGME institution. Board Certified in General Surgery by the American Board of Surgery including current recertification and maintenance of certification. 3-5 years’ experience in practice beyond formal training. True interest in teaching and scholarly activity. Western Michigan University School of Medicine offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits. This faculty position will have a full time academic appointment in the Department of General Surgery of Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. Academic rank and salary are commensurate with experience. The candidate must be eligible for full licensure to practice in Michigan. About Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine: Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is a collaboration of Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo’s two teaching hospitals, Borgess Health and Bronson Healthcare. It has been in planning since 2008 and was granted preliminary accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education in 2012. The school, which welcomed its inaugural class in August 2014, is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation supported by private gifts, clinical revenue, research activity, tuition from students, and endowment income. The home of the new medical school includes the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Clinics, a modern 60,000 square foot clinical building on the Oakland Drive Campus, and a 350,000 square foot educational building in downtown Kalamazoo that was donated by MPI Research. Located on the new W.E. Upjohn M.D. Campus, the educational building underwent a $68 million renovation and expansion project and opened in June 2014. Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer of females, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans, and actively strives to increase diversity within its community. We provide a drug- and tobacco-free workplace. 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How To Apply

Interested and Qualified Candidates: Interested individuals should email a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Robert Brady, Manager of Human Resources at . Reference letters will be requested after consultation with candidates. Applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt. For more information, visit http://med.wmich.edu.

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Surgeon- House Staff Officer

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Date Posted: June 26, 2015

Kingsbrook and you. Enhancing a patient’s quality of life. Comforting a family in difficult times. Creating hope in challenging situations. As a member of Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center’s talented team of caregivers, these are the things you’ll achieve-each and every day. When you partner with us, you’ll find award winning facilities, advanced technologies, and a dedicated staff that continually strives for clinical excellence, and shares your passion for healing…right here in Brooklyn. SURGEON - HOUSE STAFF OFFICER Surgery Department * Brooklyn, NY * Per Diem We are seeking a Board Certified/Eligible Surgeon to follow established policies/procedures and provide the highest level of surgical services to our patient population. Responsibilities include: • Providing care and services appropriate to any age-related need to patients or residents served on an assigned unit • Ensuring professional services rendered are billed to patients and/or third party payors • Participating in all Q/A, risk management, peer review, departmental and/or medical staff programs intended to monitor, evaluate and improve the quality of patient care • Preparing accurate medical records, progress notes and reports of examinations, procedures and operations • Ensuring compliance with JCAHO and/or relevant Federal, State and local requirements • Performing other related functions as needed Successful candidate will be a BC/BE Surgeon, possess at least 3 years of surgical experience, and have a valid NYS Medical License, DEA registry number, CMS UPIN number, and NPI number. The ability to participate in departments continuing education programs, and maintain Time Records consistent with hospital policy will be expected, as will superior oral/written communication, interpersonal and decision-making skills. KINGSBROOK Jewish Medical Center Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/v

How To Apply

We offer a dynamic state-of-the-art work atmosphere, along with highly competitive compensation. For immediate consideration, please apply online at: http://www.kingsbrook.org/employment

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Surgeon- House Staff Officer

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Date Posted: June 25, 2015

Kingsbrook and you. Enhancing a patient’s quality of life. Comforting a family in difficult times. Creating hope in challenging situations. As a member of Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center’s talented team of caregivers, these are the things you’ll achieve-each and every day. When you partner with us, you’ll find award winning facilities, advanced technologies, and a dedicated staff that continually strives for clinical excellence, and shares your passion for healing…right here in Brooklyn. SURGEON - HOUSE STAFF OFFICER Surgery Department * Brooklyn, NY * Per Diem We are seeking a Board Certified/Eligible Surgeon to follow established policies/procedures and provide the highest level of surgical services to our patient population. Responsibilities include: • Providing care and services appropriate to any age-related need to patients or residents served on an assigned unit • Ensuring professional services rendered are billed to patients and/or third party payors • Participating in all Q/A, risk management, peer review, departmental and/or medical staff programs intended to monitor, evaluate and improve the quality of patient care • Preparing accurate medical records, progress notes and reports of examinations, procedures and operations • Ensuring compliance with JCAHO and/or relevant Federal, State and local requirements • Performing other related functions as needed Successful candidate will be a BC/BE Surgeon, possess at least 3 years of surgical experience, and have a valid NYS Medical License, DEA registry number, CMS UPIN number, and NPI number. The ability to participate in departments continuing education programs, and maintain Time Records consistent with hospital policy will be expected, as will superior oral/written communication, interpersonal and decision-making skills. KINGSBROOK Jewish Medical Center Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/v

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We offer a dynamic state-of-the-art work atmosphere, along with highly competitive compensation. For immediate consideration, please apply online at: http://www.kingsbrook.org/employment

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Program Director General Surgery

Ssinai Hospital of Baltimore
Date Posted: June 17, 2015

SEEKING PROGRAM DIRECTOR IN SURGERY Sinai Hospital of Baltimore is seeking a Program Director for our thriving Program in General Surgery. Sinai Hospital, with its approximately 500 acute care hospital beds is Maryland‘s third largest teaching institution. Sinai is located in the Northwest section of Baltimore and is part of a 5 institution healthcare system, Lifebridge Health, that includes three acute care hospitals, one rehabilitation and one nursing home facility. Besides its program in General Surgery, Sinai sponsors thriving programs in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Opththalmology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and specialty fellowships in Musculosceletal Medicine, Joint Replacement and Reconstruction, Neuro-Urology, Uro-Gerontology, Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction, and Plastic Reconstructive Occulofacial Surgery. http://www.lifebridgehealth.org/Sinai/GraduateMedicalEducation1.aspx Originally an integrated site for the Johns Hopkins Program in General Surgery, in 2006 Sinai started its own independent 5+1-year program with three residents per year. At the present time the program receives over 800 applications per year; the average applicant considered for interview’s board score is above 230 and that for successful matched candidates over 245; 38% of applicants have additional advanced degrees. Although known for excellent clinical and operative experience [1100-1300 cases per graduating resident], each resident participates actively in research and quality improvement projects and by the time of graduation adds on average over 19 scholarship projects to his/her name. 100% of residents have gone on to excellent fellowships in the fields of their choice at major academic centers across the country in Trauma/Acute Care Surgery, Breast Surgery and Surgical Oncology, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, Bariatric/ MIS, and Transplantation Surgery). http://www.lifebridgehealth.org/Sinai/SinaiHospitalGeneralSurgeryResidencyProgram.aspx In addition to the residency program, the department maintains an active student curriculum with 50-60 students from Hopkins and international Universities in their 3rd and 4th year core rotations, rotating at Sinai Hospital. The Program Director is supported by an Associate Director, a full-time, experienced Program Administrator, and a 12-division Department of Surgery with nearly 200 surgeons and PA/NP providers, as well as an excellent Graduate Medical Education Department, led by a PhD educator. The hospital is a Level II Trauma Center and maintains active collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Hospital and University of Maryland for the purposes of scholarship and certain specialty rotations. 40% of the Program Directors time will be dedicated to the educational program and 60% to clinical time; any surgical sub-specialty interest will be considered. A competitive salary and benefits structure are guaranteed by the financially strong and growing Lifebridge Health System. A Johns Hopkins academic appointment is possible, depending on the PD’s academic record. Sinai is located in the Northwest section of Baltimore with easy access to both major interstates and country roads. Baltimore’s vibrant downtown area and its Inner Harbor are a mere 15-min drive south on I-83. The city’s many diverse neighborhoods hold unique restaurants, shops, theater, music, and festivals. Baltimore is home to the Ravens football team and the major league baseball’s Orioles, soccer’s Blast and lacrosse’s Bayhawks. The Atlantic Ocean, Chesapeake Bay, and mountains are within less than a two to three hours’ drive, as are Philadelphia and Washington, and New York City is within easy reach by train, bus, or car. For more information: www.lifebridgehealth.org/Sinai/aboutthebaltimoreregion8.aspx. Interested surgeons may contact Mark R. Katlic, MD, MMM, FACS Chairman, Department of Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief 2401 West Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 mkatlic@lifebridgehealth.org

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Interested surgeons may contact Mark R. Katlic, MD, MMM, FACS Chairman, Department of Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief 2401 West Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 mkatlic@lifebridgehealth.org

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General Surgery Residency Coordinator

Mt. Sinai Hospital
Date Posted: May 26, 2015

The University of Illinois at Chicago – Mount Sinai Hospital General Surgery Program has an opening for Residency Program Coordinator position to begin mid-June. Mount Sinai Hospital is a 319-licensed bed teaching hospital located just west of downtown Chicago. It provides a wide array of high quality medical, surgical, behavioral health, therapeutic and diagnostic services in an urban environment and is both an adult and pediatric Level 1 Trauma Center. The General Surgery Residency Program sponsors 17 residents and graduates 3 Chief Residents per year. The successful candidate will: Assist the program director with the residency by ensuring that regulatory and accreditation standards are met, educational activities that support the curriculum are established, departmental policies are created and enforced, and recruitment strategies are implemented so that a highly successful residency program is maintained; Support the accreditation processes, including coordinating and actively participating in site visits; Demonstrate problem solving, decision-making skills, organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to maintain confidentiality; Demonstrate independent judgment and ability to handle stressful situations and highly confidential information; Work occasional after hours, evening and/or weekends. Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; work experience in a social or health science field, graduate medical education, or hospital administration; experience working with diverse populations; strong organizational skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office.

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We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration, please email: stephen.wise@sinai.org

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CHAIR OF SURGERY

University of Sydney
Date Posted: May 26, 2015

CHAIR OF SURGERY NORTHERN CLINICAL SCHOOL SYDNEY MEDICAL SCHOOL REFERENCE NO. 758/0315 The University of Sydney is Australia’s first university and has an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. It employs over 7500 permanent staff, supporting over 52,000 students. Applications are invited from suitably qualified medical graduates for appointment to the position of Chair of Surgery based at the Royal North Shore Hospital campus of the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Medicine (known as Sydney Medical School). The Royal North Shore Hospital and Kolling Institute have well-established national and international reputations for excellence in surgical practice and innovative research. The position may be filled in one of the following fields of surgery: Upper Gastro-Intestinal; Cardiothoracic; Colorectal; or Hand, and may be taken up as either full-time or part-time by negotiation with the successful applicant. You will be appointed at the level of Professor (Level E) to the Northern Clinical School in the Discipline of Surgery and provide leadership in academic surgery at the Northern Clinical School and Royal North Shore Hospital. You will teach in the University of Sydney Medical Program, actively conduct and contribute to research in an area of special interest, supervise postgraduate research students, supervise and coordinate the work and training of registrars within the hospital, and other postgraduate teaching. You will also have acute and elective clinical service responsibilities in the relevant surgical field. TERM & REMUNERATION The position will be offered on a continuing basis, in a full-time or part-time capacity, subject to the completion of a satisfactory probation period for new appointees. Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of employment for new appointees. CLOSING DATE: 11.30pm 30 June 2015 (Sydney time)
The University is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion. Applications from equity target groups, including women and people with disabilities are encouraged. As the University of Sydney has established a scheme to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff employed across the institution, applications from people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are also encouraged.
The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.
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APPLY All applications must be submitted via the University of Sydney careers website. Visit sydney.edu.au/recruitment and search by the reference number 758/0315 for more information and to apply.

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GME Program Administrator–Surgery

University of Florida-Jacksonville
Date Posted: May 18, 2015

ACGME Surgical Residency Program Administrator Manages the non-clinical functions of the Surgical Residencycore program (~30 residents) , two subspecialty fellowship programs and medical student clerkships. The position supervises one GME Program Assistant and supports the Program Director and Associate Program Director. ACGME residency program administration experience is required . Bachelor’s degree required, but may substitute appropriate combination of education and experience (Associate with 4 years GME, or 8 years GME experience). Expected Hiring Range: $37-$46,000, Max $59,000 with significant experience. Jacksonville, Florida offers a great northeastern Florida lifestyle with countless recreational activities, mild climate and reasonable cost of living. The City is perfectly positioned along the Atlantic Ocean with more than 20 miles of uncrowded beaches, the St. John's river and one of the largest urban park systems in the United States. It is home to a major symphony orchestra, museums, several universities, an international airport and the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Interested candidates may call (904-244-4001) with questions or send resume to Karen.frank@jax.ufl.edu. Submit an application on line at : http://hscj.ufl.edu/college-of-medicine/uf-jacksonville-healthcare/Jobs.aspx Select Jacksonville location, Requisition 12468

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Sr. Residency Program Coordinator

Houston Methodist Hospital-Medical Center
Date Posted: April 20, 2015

Duties and Responsibilities are cross-referenced to the hospital¿s Pillars of Excellence and will be transferred to the Performance Evaluation. Please include % breakout of tasks/essential functions. PEOPLE 1. Implements department and GMEC policies pertaining to house staff. As delegated, represents Program Director on program administrative matters. 2. Maintains Residency databases and provides reports on Residents¿ educational experiences and performance of duties on a regular basis. 3. May serve on the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC), GME Internal Review Panel and other designated department or GME committees. FINANCE 1. Prepares reports on operative procedures as needed for Program Directors, the departmental annual report and web site, the Methodist GME office, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Residency Review Committee (RRC). 2. Maintains current database of faculty and resident publications, grants, presentations, and awards. 3. Updates operative statistics, publications, grants, and residency information on the department¿s web site on a regular basis. QUALITY/SAFETY 1. Coordinates and schedules all aspects of conferences, including presenters, audio/visual equipment, and meals and/or refreshments. 2. Assists with data collection for the Residency accreditation reviews. Assists in data collection for questionnaires or medical record-based research projects. SERVICE 1. Assists the GME office with the following: 2. New Resident Orientation 3. Graduation ceremonies 4. Internal Reviews 5. Licensure, Permit and Certification standing of all program residents 6. Enters and maintains currency of data into Residency Management Software Suite, including demographic, rotation, schedule, evaluation, conference and licensure information. 7. Responsible for working closely with the GME Office to establish program letters of agreement and to provide detailed information on the experience. 8. Coordinates medical school observers, rotating residents and fellows GROWTH/INNOVATION 1. Works with Program Directors, the departmental administrator, the GME Office, and the residents to facilitate all aspects of the Residency training program. This may include some public relations and/or efforts to improve the facilities or services available for the Residents.

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http://www.houstonmethodistcareers.org/job/12672/sr-residency-program-coord/

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Associate Director of Trauma Clinical Research –Jacobi Medical Center

Jacobi Medical Center
Date Posted: April 17, 2015

The candidate should have Master’s level training or a Ph.D. in one of the following related fields: public health/epidemiology/biostatistics or health services research. Among the primary responsibilities of this position will be to coordinate and direct all of the research efforts in the division of Trauma–Critical Care Surgery within the Jacobi Medical Center’s Department of Surgery. He or she will also coordinate research efforts in other departments that are related to the field of trauma and critical care surgery. This will require an intricate knowledge of hospital organization, clinical work flow and clinical documentation. Responsibilities will include the design and execution of clinical and translational research projects—primarily in the field of trauma and critical care surgery—in collaboration with surgical faculty, residents and medical students. Therefore, expertise in clinical observational studies, outcomes research and comparative effectiveness research is a requirement. The candidate should possess excellent interpersonal skills and work well with team dynamics. Excellence in organizational skills and scientific writing is a must. Evidence of scholarly and scientific productivity is essential. It is understood that the candidate will have some familiarity with grant writing but, a history a funded grant is not essential. However, research and work experience in the clinical domain is required. It is expected that the candidate will have proficiency in statistical software, such as, SPSS or SAS. Furthermore, the research scientist will support the clinical faculty in supervising research assistants and trainees. It is also expected that the candidate will have familiarity in executing regulatory and IRB requirements. Upon presentation of the proper credentials the candidate may be offered a faculty position at the Assistant Professor level (or higher) in the Dept. of Surgery of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

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Interested candidates should please send their CV to Lakiesha Howard @ traumasurgery.research@gmail.com

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Residency Program Coordinator

Anne Arundel Medical Center
Date Posted: April 14, 2015

Position Objective: Directly supports the Chair, Program Director and Executive Director, GME, with the operational and financial aspects of the residency training program by ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements, accreditation requirements, and hospital and GME policies. There is reasonable expectation that employees in this position will not be exposed to blood-borne pathogens. Knowledge/Experience: Required Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. NOTE: Eight years of healthcare experience can be substituted for the required education. Required Minimum Experience: Three years of experience in healthcare. Required License/Certifications: N/A Preferred: Three years of experience in healthcare working in a residency program.

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http://www.aamccareers.org/jobs/descriptions/residency-program-coordinator-annapolis-maryland-job-10-5274046

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Clinical Research Coordinator

Mount Sinai Hospital / Icahn School of Medicine
Date Posted: April 14, 2015

We are a large NYC teaching hospital looking two full-time research coordinators for clinical research in the department of surgery. Our department is very high-volume and fast-paced with several opportunities for authorship on publications and attendance to prestigious conferences for presentations throughout the year. This is a one year UNPAID research position where you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the research laboratory in Division of General Surgery. Job description includes IRB submissions, obtaining GCO approvals, study designing, data mining, abstract and manuscript writing, and submission for publications and conference presentations. You will be overseeing approximately 10-20 active projects at any given time, with a large team comprised of 10-20 residents, medical students and other researchers. Candidates must be willing to start early May. Typical work week will be Monday - Fridays, 9am-5pm.

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Please send you current CV at vicrumdeep.tung@mountsinai.org. Only candidates that send their CVs and interest to this email id will be considered for the position.

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Sr. Administrative Program Coordinator

Tulane University Health and Sciences Center
Date Posted: April 10, 2015

POSITION SUMMARY: Coordinate and administer the General Surgery Residency Training Program (35 positions) and Endocrine Surgery Fellowship, including oversight and supervision of 3 staff positions in the Department of Surgery, Student Education Division. Responsible for administration, planning and implementation of all activities related to residents in Surgery. Manage the coordination and direct implementation of all policies, procedures and requirements in accordance with the ACGME, ABS, RRC, ECFMG, NRMP-ERAS system and the institution of Tulane University School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education. Represent the Residency Program and Fellowship program to all contacting parties, including residents, visitors, applicants, faculty members, hospitals, etc. Responsible for the training and monitoring of all administrative personnel in the Department of Surgery on all GME, ACGME, RRC, ABS and related agencies procedures & policies. Oversee and supervise educational division to assure proper accreditation requirements are administratively met and oversee that day to day operations are fulfilled. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Please note that minimum educational and experiential requirements may not be changed once defined and agreed upon by the department, and the position has been posted for recruitment. REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: (Note: Only the following two criteria—one education and one experience—will be used for screening qualified applicants.) 1. High School Diploma or Equivalent 2. Three years’ program coordination experience, including two years’ supervisory experience. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES/COMPETENCIES TYPICALLY NEEDED TO PERFORM THIS JOB SUCCESSFULLY: (Note: The following criteria will not be used in screening qualified applicants but may be considered in the final decision-selection process of candidates interviewed.) 1. Familiarity with ACGME, ABS, RRC and other organizations with regard to program requirements. 2. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Excel 3. Excellent interpersonal skills 4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills 5. Excellent organization skills 6. Ability to multi-task, and prioritize work assignments; PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: (Note: The following criteria will not be used in screening qualified applicants and may not be used in lieu of minimum qualifications stated above.) 1. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration 2. 3 years’ experience in personnel management and recruitment UNIVERSITY-WIDE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: An incumbent assigned this classification will perform some or all of the following universal essential functions approximately 95 percent of his/her time: UNIVERSAL ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Typical % Allocation Department resource with regard to all ACGME, RRC, ABS general and special requirements pertinent to the Residency Program. Prepare reports and assist the Surgery Residency Program Director and Chairman with finalizing and transmission of all data forms and narratives required for accreditation review. Monitor and assist the Fellowship Program with preparation of narratives for accreditation review. Program liaison to the ACGME Residency Review Committee (RRC) on matters relative to accreditation process. Manage the production of all accurate and relevant materials for continued full accreditation of the General Surgery Residency Programs and Fellowship Program in the Department of Surgery. Maintain an understanding of the requirements of the Educational Commission on Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), as well J-1 visa application requirements. Manage the accurate monitoring of the completion of the residency program and fellowship tracking forms for American Board of Surgery (ABS). Annually update resident information, statistics, and verifications for AAMC, AMA-FREIDA, NRMP, RRC surveys, ACGME database, AAS (American Association of Surgery), ASE (Association of Surgical Education), and APDS (Association of Program Directors of Surgery). Resource person with regard to visa and IMG (international graduate) requirements for the department and the institution as outlined in ECFMG rules and regulations and enforced by the Institutional Tax Office of Tulane University. Oversee the Grievance Process for the Department of Surgery, which includes the Residency Program and Fellowship Program in the department. Represent the Residency Program Office to all contacting parties, including house staff, applicants, visitors, faculty members, students, hospitals, etc. Liaison between the Residency/Education Division and the Chairman’s office and Graduate Medical Education office on matters pertaining to payroll, residents’ and fellows’ contracts, and ACGME requirements and other related matters. Manage communications and schedules between the Department of Surgery and the Department of Surgical subspecialties pertaining to all Surgery residents’ rotations, functions, graduations and orientations. Provides oversight of the following activities by coaching, training, and evaluating staff: • Scheduling for residents is completed and complies with program requirements. • Subspecialty programs comply with requirements. Oversee individual subspecialty programs and provide assistance to the Fellowship Director. Oversee the administrative aspects of a general surgery residency program, the preliminary (designated and undesignated) interns, the fellowship program(s), and the Education division. • Maintenance of personnel, Bio-data, rotation, licensing, and certification files for all students, residents and fellows • Evalue is maintained and residents’ procedure logs are documented thru ACGME case log. • Preparation of documents and supplies for incoming interns. All requirements are met and all orientation sessions have been attended by residents at Affiliated Hospitals. Credentialing of the incoming Chief residents. • Preparation of word processing, including manuscripts, abstracts, correspondence, etc., typing, copying. Ensure that the Program Director is supported in activities related to his or her committees, conferences, meetings, presentations, etc. • Residents are assisted when needed for verifications of training, applications to fellowships or job applications and credentials; work with the Office of Graduate Medical Education for education verifications. • Represent the program at various departmental or school-wide meetings. Ensure that relevant information is relayed to staff. Oversee other miscellaneous activities such as the annual faculty and resident photos, the monthly lecture schedule and sections of the website. • Travel arrangements for Program Director and Residents to attend professional conferences. Registrations dues are paid as needed and residents are assisted in all preparations. • Planning and organizing intern retreat, graduation ceremonies, intern orientation, and intern welcome reception and residency fairs. • Oversee the administration of the annual General Surgery in-service exam. Manage all General Surgery Residency Accounts. Ensure that payments are timely processed for any program related expenses. Ensure that supplies and equipment are maintained as needed in a cost effective manner. Manage and assist in the preparation of the General Surgery Residency Program budget as well the Student Program budget. Oversee the recruitment process for the General Surgery Residency Program from September through February. Ensure that all aspects of recruitment are handled properly and efficiently; including the scheduling of all applicants and faculty and residents to interview, securing interview rooms, organizing lunches and pre-interview functions, preparation of all documents, assisting applicants with lodging and transportation needs. Organization of all preparations and materials for Surgery rank meetings. Secure all applicant rank lists into National Residents Match Program.

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Online at http://tulane.edu/jobs/ IRC6877

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RESIDENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR

NYU Lutheran Medical Center
Date Posted: April 4, 2015

NYU Lutheran Medical Center is a state-of-the-art, nationally recognized health system comprised of a 476-bed teaching hospital, multi-site ambulatory care network and Level I Trauma Center. RESIDENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR - Surgery Department - We are currently seeking a high caliber individual to organize and prioritize residency program workflows in our Surgery Department under the direction of the Departmental Chairperson/Program Director and Associate Program Director. Successful candidates will provide administrative support activities for the residency program, including ACGME applications for transitioning from AOA accredited programs. Candidates will also coordinate the interviewing, resident recruitment and selection process, as well as act as the liaison to internal/external contacts, including residents, medical students, attending physicians, administration, and other institutions. Responsibilities: • Arrange and staff all educational meetings, faculty meetings and conferences related to the residency program (i.e. Clinical Competency Committee meetings, Program Evaluation Committee meetings) including agendas, program handouts, attendance sheets, and preparation of minutes • Organize all activities that pertain to the residency program including, seminars, in-service exams, and special events • Create, assign, and track resident 360-degree evaluation system using the Residency Management Software system, New Innovations • Credential all department house staff; maintain all residency program files • Coordinate CME Grand Round activities, and other educational activities of the residency program • Maintain all databases related to the residents and residency program with adherence to established deadlines including ACGME Web Ads, NRMP, GME Track, ERAS, New Innovations, etc. • Create marketing materials (i.e. Brochures, informational packets, flyers) for residency program; update and maintain program websites To qualify, you must have at least 2 years of experience as a residency program coordinator including diversified supervisory/management experience and interaction with physicians and high-level administrators. Knowledge of ACGME requirements is essential, as are critical thinking skills, decisive judgment, and the ability to work in a demanding environment. Strong communication, problem solving, and organizational skills are required as well as proficiency in Microsoft applications. Prior experience in an academic (teaching) center with residency program(s) required. Bachelor’s degree required, Master degree and/or TAGME certification is preferred. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

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We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration, please email: lmcguire@lmcmc.com or send your resume, to: NYU Lutheran Medical Center, HR Dept-LS/PC-SURGERY 150 55th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220. EOE/AA M/F/D/V NYU LUTHERAN MEDICAL CENTER www.LutheranMedicalCenter.com

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GME Education Specialist

The Carle Foundation Hospital
Date Posted: March 29, 2015

SUMMARY: The GME Education Specialist is the primary education resource for the residencies. This person ensures the educational soundness of the programs, by providing guidance to program leaders, faculty, staff, and individual residents. This person is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the education activities and curricula for the faculty and residents. Additionally, the specialist utilizes educational tools to evaluate achievement of learning goals. EDUCATION: Masters degree required. Phd preferred - Curriculum development and/or evaluation. EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of experience in Healthcare or Five (5) years of experience in Education. OTHER SKILLS: Must have knowledge of educational theory, objectives and outcomes, teaching, research, and statistical skills experience. Must be proficient with data management systems and outcomes assessment tools. Must have the ability to exercise creativity and engage faculty and residents. Strong organizational skills, Excellent communication (Verbal/Written)skills, computer skills (Word, Access, Excel, a statistical package) ability to learn accreditation requirements required; experience with healthcare or medical education preferred. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status.

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If interested and qualified, please visit our website at www.carle.org/careers and fill out an online application for this opening today!

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Southern California Trauma/ Surgical Critical Care – Assistant Prof of Surgery

RCRMC
Date Posted: March 3, 2015

Department of Surgery at RCRMC, the teaching hospital for University of California, Riverside is seeking a fellowship trained surgeon with surgical critical care training. The successful individual will be part of the acute care surgery, surgical critical care and general surgery team rotation and will be an integral part of the patient care as well as the education of our general surgery residents and students. There are 2 closed surgical critical care units and the institution is an ACS certified Level II trauma center with immediate plans for obtaining Level I ACS certification. As such, interest in clinical research in trauma and critical care is strongly desired. This position offers significant opportunity for professional and academic career growth. In addition to living in Southern California, the position offers great compensation and benefit package and is university-based employment with equal opportunity. Interested candidates must be graduate of accredited school of medicine, be either board certified/eligible in general surgery and critical care, and meet the requirements for obtaining California medical license as well as hospital privileges.

How To Apply

Interested candidates must submit a letter of interest along with their CV to Dr Afshin Molkara, MD Chair of Department of Surgery via email amolkara@ucr.edu

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Residency Program Coordinator

Michigan State University
Date Posted: February 13, 2015

The successful candidate will collect, coordinate, manage, and monitor assigned activities/details of the Michigan State University Integrated Residency Program in General Surgery; serves as liaison between program director, educational faculty, academic staff, residents, GMEI and local hospitals; assists in the basic operational functioning of the residency program to provide efficient, effective administration for the educational program and accrediting agencies; may require travel to Flint for residency related meetings. This position is located at the Sparrow Professional Building, 1200 East Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI. Typical work hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; may require some weekend and evening availability. Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired through the first two or three years of college, such as an associate's degree in a related field; one year of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience working with health professionals and the public; experience in administrative project management and implementation; experience in the use of standard equipment; experience in word processing, database, spreadsheet, presentation, teleconferencing and/or desktop publishing software; multi-media and Web page software; office procedures; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; work experience in a social or health science field, graduate medical education, or hospital administration; experience working with diverse populations; experience working with New Innovations database; strong organizational skills; proficient in Microsoft Office.

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Additional Instructions: Please apply at www.jobs.msu.edu. The posting # is 0848.

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Program Director General Surgery Residency

Mount Carmel Health System
Date Posted: January 26, 2015

Mount Carmel, one of the largest healthcare systems in central Ohio, is seeking a Program Director for its ACGME-accredited General Surgery Residency Program. The General Surgery Residency Program is approved for a total of 18 residents, 3 categorical residents per year and 3 preliminary residents. Our faculty consists of 14 full-time general surgeons and 5 vascular surgeons. Our specialty physician faculty includes, cardiothoracic, plastic and facial surgeons, otolaryngology/head and neck surgeons, urologic, neurosurgeons, trauma and colorectal surgeons offering an excellent training platform for resident education. Research is an important component of Graduate Medical Education at Mount Carmel. The Office of Research Affairs provides research support to residents, as well as GME faculty and other investigators across the System. The department's Research Director, Biostatistician, Research Coordinators, and IRB Data Coordinator all provide research support ranging from study design and IRB protocol review to statistical analysis and manuscript review. Research support is also provided in the form of an annual resident lecture series and assistance with the resident Quality improvement and Patient Safety projects. Medical simulation has emerged as an important tool in modern medical education. Our Center for Innovative Learning includes a state-of-the-art simulation lab and has over 13,000 square feet providing education services to 7 residency programs, a college of nursing, Mount Carmel Health System Medical Staff and local Emergency Medical Services. The Center features 4 high-fidelity simulation bays, a virtual reality laparoscopic and GI trainer, a standard patient program, and low-fidelity task trainers. Why Mount Carmel? • Two main hospital campuses (Mount Carmel West and Mount Carmel East) are utilized for the General Surgery Residency plus the Taylor Station Surgical Center (outpatient surgery center). All facilities provide an array of cutting-edge, patient centered services. • GME Teaching staff of nearly 250 physicians, including many outstanding specialists • Faculty Development Fellowship training supported by Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education. • Institutional and program level research support of residents and faculty emphasizing a collaborative approach. • Affiliations with Nationwide Children's Hospital for pediatric surgery and The Ohio State University Medical Center for transplant surgery. • State of the art simulation and clinical skills center with a monthly integrated simulation curriculum designed by our faculty. • Faculty appointments are available at The Ohio State University, Wright State University and Ohio University. The successful candidate must have current certification by the American Board of Surgery (MD/DO). Five years as a graduate medical education faculty member – preferred; documented scholarly activity in all three areas described in the ACGME Program requirements for Surgery; evidence of peer-reviewed publication during the most recent five-year period; actively participated in national or regional surgical meetings and served on committees of national or regional surgical organizations. For more information contact Julie Hotchkiss @ Phone:614-546-4398 or email at jhotchkiss@mchs.com

How To Apply

Contact Julie Hotchkiss @ Phone:614-546-4398 or email at jhotchkiss@mchs.com

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Program Director, General Surgery

Florida Hospital - Orlando
Date Posted: January 14, 2015

Florida Hospital (FH) Orlando is looking for a dynamic and experienced, board-certified General Surgeon with a passion for teaching to serve as Program Director of our General Surgery Residency Program. FH is a state-of-the-art 1100 bed tertiary facility ranked by US News and World Report "Best Hospital" for the past two years in the state of Florida. Established in 2007, the program is now comprised of ten faculty and a total of ten surgical residents, accepting two new residents per academic year. The program specializes in innovative minimally invasive surgery, including laparoscopic, surgical oncology, breast surgery, acute care surgery, and surgical critical care. General and fellowship trained surgeons representing endocrine, liver disease, gastrointestinal, and liver and bile duct disease are just of a few of the many specialties also offered in the program. Collaboration with other surgical specialties includes Critical Care, Transplant, Oncology, and Colorectal Surgery. The new program director would have the responsibility to lead the program in compliance with ACGME guidelines. Candidate should be interested in and experienced with expanding a residency program to enhance program visibility as well as increase the number of accepted residents each year. Duties would be split between dedicated administrative time, teaching residents/medical students, and operating. Opportunities also exist for collaboration with our medical school affiliation at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. A minimum of five years' experience in Graduate Medical Education as an Associate Program Director or Program Director is required for consideration.

How To Apply

Detailed information, contact information and application process can be found by copying and pasting this link into your browser http://www.floridahospitalphysicianjobs.com/Jobs/Describe/13173

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GME Residency Coordinator

The Carle Foundation Hospital
Date Posted: January 4, 2015

SUMMARY: This position coordinates the daily operations of the residency program by providing programmatic services and by serving as liaison to various agencies with which the residency interacts. The coordinator works directly with the program director to manage the residency program by ensuring accreditation standards are met, that program policies are established, and that recruitment strategies are developed and implemented to insure that a highly successful residency program is maintained. EDUCATION: Bachelors Degree in a Related Field OR Additional five (5) years progressive responsibility programmatic/office management experience is valid substitution for Bachelors Degree. EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years Related Field OTHER KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS: Excellent customer service skills; Effective interpersonal communication skills; good working knowledge of computer applications, ability to collect, organize and maintain detailed data; objective, non-judgmental; self directed, able to work independently; attention to detail; strong organizational skills; Ability to learn program specific computer applications; Ability to manage complex schedules and information. Demonstrates professionalism, problem-solving, results-oriented work habits. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status.

How To Apply

If you are interested and qualified, please visit our website at www.carle.org/careers to apply today! Click on Employment Opportunities and this position is located under "Professional". If you have additional inquiries about the position, please feel free to reach out to Katie Walker at katie.walker@carle.com for further assistance.

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CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY

University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine
Date Posted: October 13, 2014

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) is conducting a search for Chair of the Department of Surgery for the Graduate School of Medicine (GSM), Knoxville campus. This campus has 216 residents and fellows, as well as M3 and M4 students, in addition to active research programs. We seek an individual with documented accomplishments and national recognition in patient care, education, teaching and clinical research who can further enhance the established residencies and develop fellowships. The chair supports the residency program with a total of 30-36 residents and 4 fellows per year. Other desired characteristics include experience in supervising faculty, including development of junior faculty; a proven record in administration and management; and a willingness to foster relationships between the University and other physicians in the community and surrounding region. Responsibilities also include oversight of research; budget, staff, space and other resources. The Chair will serve as Service Chief for the University Health System’s University of Tennessee Medical Center (UTMC). UTMC is a 633 bed acute care academic medical center. It is designated as a: Level I Trauma Center, Level I Pediatric Trauma Center, Level III Neonatal ICU, Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, and Adult & Children Kidney Transplantation Center. The University of Tennessee Medical Center has six centers of excellence: Heart Lung Vascular Institute, Brain Spine Institute, Cancer Institute, Emergency and Trauma Center, Advanced Orthopedic Center and the Center for Women & Infants. Academic Rank: Associate Professor or Professor Reports to: Dean, Graduate School of Medicine Responsibilities Direct the education (medical students, ACGME accredited residency in surgery and urology, fellowships in vascular surgery, trauma and critical care, and bariatric and minimally invasive surgery) research, and clinical activities of the department Support the research effort including collaboration with industry and UT Knoxville to advance the research effort Ensure the department meets all UTHSC and GSM policies and guidelines for financial management in addition to assuming responsibility for all finances of the department Provide leadership in the implementation of the strategic plans of the academic department, GSM and UTMC Establish partnerships with strategic leaders in medicine, education, industry and government Supervise and mentor faculty, and establish and monitor faculty development program Provide leadership in the successful integration of academics and private practice models Direct the department’s performance improvement activities and collaborates with UTMC performance improvement committee Direct departmental philanthropic activities and promotes departmental recognition Promote wellness among faculty, staff, residents, fellows and students in the department Qualifications MD degree, DO degree or equivalent Board certification in Surgery and a currently active US medical license Documented accomplishments and national recognition in research, education and teaching Experience in administration and management in academics National involvement in professional surgery organizations Ability to foster effective relationships between academic and community physicians Ethical behavior, professionalism, interpersonal skills, leadership, and management abilities Knowledge of current professional trends in surgery, medical education, and the business practices of the health care system Applicants should have a demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and diversity and inclusion Additional subspecialty training is encouraged, but not required The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA/V institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services.

How To Apply

The Search Committee invites letters of nomination, applications (with a letter of interest, a complete CV, and a list of three references), or expressions of interest to be submitted. Review of materials will begin immediately and will continue until the appointment is made. Preliminary interviews are targeted to begin on December 17, 2014. All materials should be submitted to: Amanda Wilson, Faculty Affairs Coordinator Office of Faculty Affairs UT Graduate School of Medicine 1924 Alcoa Highway, Box 94 Knoxville, TN 37920 awilson@utmck.edu Phone: 865-305-6482 || Fax: 865-305-6494

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Assistant Professor of Surgery

Indiana University (Indianapolis)
Date Posted: October 1, 2014

The Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) Departments of Surgery and of Anatomy and Cell Biology seek an individual to conduct medical and surgical education research, as well as assist in the development of anatomy courses in the new curriculum, for a tenure-track position. This individual will be responsible for research leading to the development of simulated learning and assessment experiences and their use across the medical student curriculum. A doctorate in anatomy and cell biology with a minor in education is required. Indiana University is an EEO/AA employer, M/F/D/V.

How To Apply

Applicants should send a current CV to: Andrew R. Blomeke Manager Financial Analysis and HR Department of Surgery Indiana University School of Medicine 545 Barnhill Drive, EH 125 Email: ablomeke@iupui.edu

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Academic Coordinator

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
Date Posted: August 25, 2014

Tasks and Duties outlined yet not limited to as follows: Academic Coordinator for the General Surgery Residency program by providing administrative duties, support and leadership through communication and collaboration in working with the Program Director and Associate Program Director along with Ph.D. educator and Project Manager overseeing education programs. This involves teamwork, communication, and collaboration with all faculty, staff and residents as well as college and outside representatives. Positive interpersonal skills, efficient time management in multi-tasks, conflict resolution and resolution with positive outcome. Requirements: Undergraduate degree, knowledge and use of Microsoft word (Excel, Word, and Access), Attention to detail and ability to demonstrate positive, initiative, and professional leadership and interpersonal skills in working with others, Ability to multitask and organized matter required, and ACGME experience preferred

How To Apply

Please contact Holly Shilstone, Manager for Education in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery by email holly.shilstone@bcm.edu or by phone 713-798-6190. Thank you.

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General Surgery Residency Program Director/Associate-Full Professor

Florida Atlantic University
Date Posted: July 25, 2014

Associate/Full Professor of Clinical Biomedical Science/General Surgery Residency Program Director, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL The Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University is seeking an outstanding faculty member at the rank of Associate or Full Professor of Clinical Biomedical Science and General Surgery Residency Program Director. This position is intended for faculty with major effort in teaching, leadership, innovation and service in General Surgery and its sub-specialties. The specific instructional role is flexible and will include a combination of direct teaching, developing instructional materials, curriculum design, and other roles including medical student support as determined by the developing needs of the College of Medicine. Faculty with expertise in teaching of residents in general surgery and experience as a residency director or associate director may apply. Our mission is to produce surgical residents as graduates who are prepared and motivated to play a central role in the achievement of three critical state goals: (1) providing the highest quality health care to Florida's citizens; (2) assuring that the state has the requisite number of medical faculty required to support Florida's medical schools and assure continued access to medical education opportunities in Florida; and (3) producing physician-scientists with the knowledge and skills required to transform healthcare and biomedical research in the state. Faculty will collaborate in the development of the five year curriculum. The focus of this position(s) is graduate medical education of residents in general surgery in a five year curriculum with an elective sixth year in research. M.D. or D.O. from an accredited institution and credentials that merit appointment at the rank of assistant professor or higher, and American Board of General Surgery active (ABMS) board certification in General Surgery. Applicants must have significant teaching experience and demonstrated teaching excellence. The preferred candidate has served as faculty of a general surgery residency or as residency program director. Experience as a course or clerkship director is desirable. The ability to effectively communicate with a variety of students, residents, fellows and employees from widely diverse backgrounds is required.

How To Apply

To apply, visit, https://jobs.fau.edu (Position 979866). Florida Atlantic University is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Institution. Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodation, please call 561-297-3057. TTY/TDD 1-800-955-8771.

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Vice President of Education

American Academy of Ophthalmology
Date Posted: July 22, 2014

The American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Vice President of Education is an executive level position within the Academy that directs all educational policies, programs, and products. As such, it has a profound impact on the graduate and continuing education environment for the Academy’s 32,000 members and for ophthalmologists worldwide. Premier educational programs include the Ophthalmic News and Education (ONE) Network—the largest web-based compendium of ophthalmic information and e-learning tools in the world, and the Basic and Clinical Sciences Course—the principal global curriculum for graduate medical education in ophthalmology. The VP of Education leads the Academy’s 35 education staff, has responsibility for a $9 million budget and coordinates over 400 volunteer physicians who contribute to the Academy’s educational programs. It also provides oversight to the Academy’s Quality of Care programs including the clinical data registry. There is active interface with other key stakeholder groups, including other medical societies, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology, and the American Board of Ophthalmology. The position also interacts regularly with other Academy divisions including Meetings, Global Alliances, IT, and the Academy’s Foundation. Responsibilities: • Establish standards for inclusion of ophthalmic content into the Academy's Ophthalmic Knowledge Base and organize the knowledge/product synthesis • Decide when to develop new or revised content for all products and services • Collaborate and manage all content development processes • Lead Divisional management teams to identify processes, staffing and budget goals • Work closely with the Senior Secretary for Clinical Education and the four Secretaries in the Clinical Education Secretariat • Develop new initiatives to reflect changing educational needs and monitor ongoing projects as well as direct prioritization among projects • Oversee administrative and coordinative activities with the IRIS clinical data registry • Responsible for the journal Ophthalmology, the OKAP Exam, Translations, and Joint Sponsorship of CME • Responsible for the development of expert centers in all the subspecialties as well as the Laser Surgery Education Center and Resident Education Center • Ensure the Academy's process for granting Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) credit to eligible coursework and seminars is continued • Ensure that the Academy's educational activities comply with all current ACCME Guidelines and Recommendations Requirements: • Prior experience in medical education working with physicians (10 years) • Prior management/leadership experience (5 years) • Experienced in information gathering, content creation, product development and product delivery mechanisms at a professional level including e-learning • Experienced at leading cross-divisional teams to achieve desired goals • General awareness of current best practices for the delivery of medical education • Leading physician author groups in managing knowledge-based product development • A history of on-budget and timely delivery in a variety of media • Competent in managing diverse stakeholder needs and expectations • Excellent communication skills to organize, motivate and deliver intra-divisional and cross-divisional initiatives • Demonstrable leadership achievements, with the ability to execute, through collaboration, for the attainment of the highest quality and range of educational opportunities • Physician with medical education background or experienced, professional non-physician medical educators preferred

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To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter at http://www.aao.org/jobs/

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GME Accreditation Specialist

The Carle Foundation Hospital
Date Posted: July 15, 2014

SUMMARY: Oversees the accreditation process across all residency programs. In conjunction with the DIO, VP, Program Directors, and GME Manager, this person ensures that regulatory and accreditation standards are met, supports accreditation processes, including coordinating and actively participating in site visits, develops and maintains documentation and provides guidance to program leaders, faculty and staff. Additionally, this person creates evaluation reports needed to identify areas for improvements, and compiles and submits accurate reports to accrediting bodies and other professional organizations, as required. EDUCATION: Masters degree. EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of experience in Healthcare OR Three (3) years of experience in Education. Experience in healthcare working with physicians and staff. OTHER KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS: Must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Must have outstanding grammar and editing skills. Must have an ability to use independent judgment and follow through on completion of projects with minimal supervision. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite required. Must have meticulous attention to detail. Proficient in multi-tasking, problem-solving, prioritizing, organizing and planning. "We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status."

How To Apply

Apply online today! Please visit our website at www.carle.org/Careers. This position can be found under the Job Category of "Professional".

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GME Education Specialist

The Carle Foundation Hospital
Date Posted: July 2, 2014

SUMMARY: The GME Education Specialist is the primary education resource for the residencies. This person ensures the educational soundness of the programs, providing guidance to program leaders, faculty and staff, and individual residents. This person is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the education activities and curricula for the faculty and residents. Additionally, the specialist utilizes educational tools to evaluate achievement of learning goals. EDUCATION: Masters degree required. PhD preferred - Curriculum development and/or evaluation EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of Healthcare experience OR Five (5) years of Education experience. Curriculum design, evaluation design and implementation required, healthcare or medical education experience preferred. OTHER SKILLS: Must have knowledge of educational theory, objectives and outcomes, teaching, research, and statistical skills experience. Must be proficient with data management systems and outcomes assessment tools. Must have the ability to exercise creativity and engage faculty and residents. Strong organizational skills, excellent communication (verbal/written) skills, computer skills (Word, Access, Excel, a statistical package), ability to learn accreditation requirements required; experience with healthcare or medical education preferred. "We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status."

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Apply Online Today! Please visit our website at carle.org/careers and search under Professional positions.

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Coordinator for Administration

The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB)
Date Posted: May 8, 2014

The Department of Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas invites applications for an experienced and enthusiastic educator to join the Sealy and Smith Laboratory for Surgical Training Assessment and Research (LSTAR). This American College of Surgeons Accredited Comprehensive Education Institute provides simulation-based technical and non-technical skills training to faculty physicians, residents, medical students, nursing students, and operating room personnel. We are looking for a PA or MD with at least 3 years of clinical experience involving surgical patients and/or procedures such as suturing, central line placement, laparoscopy, and management of ER, ICU or floor surgical patients. The ideal candidate will have experience in teaching clinical or technical skills and an interest in curriculum development, model design and construction, and assisting in data collection and other aspects of scholarly work around education. Salary commensurate with experience. UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

How To Apply

A letter of application, curriculum vitae and references should be sent to: Barbara H. Petit Administrator Department of Surgery The University of Texas Medical Branch 301 University Blvd. Galveston, Texas 77555-0527

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Residency Program Coordinator

Cook County Health and Hospitals System John H. Stroger Hospital, Chicago , Illinois
Date Posted: April 24, 2014

this position will coordinate the administrative aspects of the residency program for 5 surgical specialties at John H. Stroger Hospital serving the Cook County and greater Chicago land community.

How To Apply

visit our career page at http://www.cookcountyhhs.org/about-cchhs/careers/

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Program Director

Monmouth Medical Center
Date Posted: April 22, 2014

Monmouth Medical Center, an affiliate of Barnabas Health in New Jersey, is seeking a Program Director of the General Surgery Residency Training Program. Located in Long Branch, NJ, the General Surgery Residency at Monmouth Medical Center is fully accredited by the ACGME. The program graduates 4 chief residents (20 categorical/6 preliminary). The program is integrated with Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, and offers rotations at Jersey Shore University Medical Center’s Regional Trauma Center and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Applicants for Program Director must be Board-Certified with leadership experience in GME (i.e. Associate or Assistant Program Director) as well as strong scholarly experience publishing and presenting. Experience with and development of Simulation Lab integration is ideal. As part of the largest integrated health care system in NJ, the position offers competitive compensation and a robust benefits package including health, life, disability and malpractice insurance, 401k/retirement, plus PTO and added time off for CME. Located along the Jersey shore, this thriving area is full of beautiful suburban neighborhoods with access to top-notch schools, plus bursts with plenty of places to see and things to do including restaurants, theaters and other amenities. What’s more the hospital is just over an hour from New York City, Philadelphia, and Atlantic City.

How To Apply

Interested applicants, please submit your current curriculum vitae to mhirko@barnabashealth.org.

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Program Coordinator II

MUSC
Date Posted: April 4, 2014

Responsible for the daily operation and overall implementation, evaluation and coordination of the education and training for the core General Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Surgical Critical Care, and CT Surgery Residency programs. Responsible for Transition to Practice Fellowship, third and fourth year medical student education programs which are supervised by the Department of Surgery. Also responsible for additional ACGME governed programs and other educational programs which could be developed in the future. This includes supervising the Program Coordinators for the above programs, providing guidance and oversight, and assisting with faculty development efforts. The Program Coordinator II reports to the Program Director(s), Vice Chair for Education, and Chairman of the department. Under limited supervision, the Program Coordinator II develops objectives, structure, budget, policies and procedures for achieving organization‐wide education goals. 1. Work with Program Directors to assure appropriate administration, coordination, and supervision of daily operation of ACGME approved residency and fellowship training, medical student education, and other training fellowships programs conducted by the Department of Surgery. Provide assistance in efforts to initiate any new training programs. Serve as a liaison between the Department of Surgery and the Medical University Hospital Authority Graduate Medical Education Office. 30% 2. Work with the Program Directors to coordinate the resident and fellow interview, evaluation and selection process. Plan and coordinate the new resident and fellowship orientation and training programs. 15% 3. Provide direct supervision of Program Coordinators for the ACGME approved residency and fellowship training programs conducted by the Department of Surgery. 15% 4. Work with Program Directors to assure compliance with all regulations applicable to the various educational programs conducted by the Department of Surgery; as well as to enhance the educational experience of the trainees in those programs. 10% 5. Develop, implement, and oversee programs to improve resident, fellow and faculty efforts to enhance performance as teachers. 10% 6. Maintain sustained involvement in national and regional organizations related to Surgical Education. 10% 7. Assist Program Directors in individual counseling sessions with residents, fellows, and medical students to include, when applicable, advisement on remediation and disciplinary policies. 5% 8. Work with the Vice Chair of Education, Finance, and Department Chairman to develop an education budget for the Department of Surgery. 5% Requirements (Education, Work Experience, Licensure, Registry and/or Certifications): Bachelor's degree and two years relevant experience in education, graduate medical education, resident training, public administration (preferably within the medical industry) or related field required. First consideration will be given to those that have a Master's degree in Education, or related field. Experience working with an ACGME accredited program preferred.

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http://www.jobs.musc.edu/postings/23994

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Residency Coordinator, Sr.

Orlando Health
Date Posted: April 3, 2014

Essential Functions: • Coordinates the recruitment process to include preparation of appropriate correspondence to applicants regarding interview dates, letters of invitation, confirmation letters, name badges and interview day itineraries. • Develops working knowledge of ERAS database in regard to applications, evaluations and scoring. • Enters and updates interview scores and notes to applicant files in ERAS for annual match meeting. • Organizes and develops annual department specific orientation assuring compliance of all required documentation and certification. • Responsible for resident employment contracts and employee master changes. • Maintains complete and up to date confidential resident files to include department specific requirements. • Maintains and tracks Web-based accreditation process and statistical surveys to be used in various reporting mechanisms including the AMA/FRIEDA annual report. • Develops process to improve efficiency by designing standardized formats for routine correspondence. • Acts independently, exercising good judgment in the academic program manager’s absence within prescribed limits of authority. • Able to maintain reasonably regular, punctual attendance consistent with Orlando Health policies, the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards. • Able to maintain compliance with all Orlando Health policies and procedures. Other Related Functions: • Schedules residents for re-certification in BLS/ACLS and ATLS • Coordinates and proctors In-Training Examination as well as other department specific training exercises. • Prepares display materials and coordinates participation at residency fairs. • Prepares and submits CME application for Visiting Professor lectures, Grand Rounds, Journal Club and M&M Conference. • Analyzes administrative and clinical communication for action by the Academic Program Manager. • Maintains evaluation system on residents and faculty, and rotations in compliance with current ACGME accreditation standards. • Demonstrates ability for self-evaluation and seeks out opportunities to learn and promote all department programs. • Acts as liaison between the resident staff and department management staff, assuring compliance with the Resident Manual and departmental policies. • Supervises and directs the work-flow as necessary regarding administrative paperwork, records and complex filing systems to support program maintaining confidentiality. • Assists in the completion of USMLE Step III application, state licensure applications and DEA applications for residents and physicians. Requirements: Education/Training High school graduate or equivalent, but highly desires college degree Experience 4 years related experience. Associate degree in healthcare administration, business or health related field may offset 2 years of experience.

How To Apply

Must apply online, please do not e-mail resumes: www.orlandohealth.com, "Careers" link, "Job Search" tab on left, type "118743" in "Search Our Jobs" field, click on job link and apply using the button on the top right.

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Fellowship in Minimally Invasive and Advanced Pelvic Surgery

Fox Chase Cancer Center/Temple Health
Date Posted: March 27, 2014

The Minimally Invasive and Advanced Pelvic Surgery Fellowship Program is a one year program designed to provide a graduating chief resident in Ob/GYN an additional year of extensive surgical training. The surgeons in the Division of Gynecologic Oncology perform a broad range of vaginal, abdominal, and minimally invasive gynecologic surgeries (both benign & oncologic), including robotic procedures. Fox Chase Cancer Center’s Minimally Invasive and Advanced Pelvic Surgery Fellowship Program trains physicians who will become outstanding faculty dedicated to advanced operative gynecological techniques in pelvic surgery. Our fellows will be trained to care for critically ill patients with multiple co-morbidities. Fellows also are prepared to become excellent clinical researchers by combining didactic courses in research methods with a clinical research project mentored by a faculty member active in women's health research. The aim of the fellowship is to prepare candidates for subspecialty certification and for a career in academic medicine.

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Please submit your CV for review

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Board Certified/Board Eligible Vascular Surgeon.

Montefiore-New Rochelle
Date Posted: December 17, 2013

The Department of Surgery at Montefiore-New Rochelle is seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Vascular Surgeon. This salaried position reports to the Director of Surgery and involves mostly vascular surgeries with some general surgeries. Attractive ER call schedule. Candidates must meet the following requirements to apply for this position: • Graduation from an accredited School of Medicine • Must be fellowship trained in Vascular Surgery • Board Certification or eligibility in Vascular Surgery by the American Board of Surgery • New York State license • Federal Drug Enforcement Agency license • State Controlled Substance License • Current ACLS certification

How To Apply

Interested candidates must submit their qualifications and CV via e-mail. Please forward the required information to: Madhu Rangraj, MD Director, Department of Surgery Montefiore-New Rochelle 16 Guion Place New Rochelle, NY 10802 Surgery@sshsw.org No fax or phone calls please.

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CLER Program Field Representative (CLER-FR)

Furst Group on behalf of ACGME
Date Posted: December 13, 2013

The CLER Program Field Representative (CLER-FR) will conduct site visits at ACGME accredited sponsoring institutions and their participating sites. These visits will assess how sponsoring institutions fulfill their responsibility to integrate residents and fellows in the quality and safety of the environment for learning and patient care. The CLER-FR will produce reports following each visit that describe his/her findings from semi-structured interviews with institutional leaders, residency program and other clinical and administrative personnel, faculty, residents and fellows and direct observations in the clinical environment. CLER-FR will also assess how sponsoring institutions oversee practices around transitions of care, supervision, duty hours oversight, fatigue management/mitigation and specified aspects of professionalism in the clinical and learning environment. The CLER-FR will be responsible for periodic direct follow-up discussion with the CLER Evaluation Committee. The CLER-FR will also participate in ongoing professional development activities to develop, maintain and enhance the knowledge and skills appropriate to these tasks. The CLER-FR role requires travel up to 46 weeks per year. Travel is often Monday through Wednesday or Thursday. The primary duties and responsibilities of the CLER-FR include, but are not limited to, accomplishing the following: To prepare for the CLER site visit. Be thoroughly familiar with CLER process documents and interview protocols; Study documentation prior to and during site visits and interviews; Contact the CLER program staff for additional information or clarification of information, as needed. To identify pertinent issues which emerge during the CLER visit. Work with the CLER program staff to confirm the schedule of interviews set with the sponsoring institution’s and/or participating site’s leadership, faculty members, administrators, residents and other key institutional personnel; Conduct interviews and observations to ascertain integration and demonstration of resident and fellow engagement in focus areas; Identify and address ambiguities in determining the integration of the CLER focus areas in the institutional clinical and learning environment; To prepare a comprehensive, objective report according to CLER guidelines in a timely fashion following the site visit that assists the Evaluation Committee in developing its final report. Compose a concise, objective, factual report using the information gathered from review of documentation and from observations conducted during the site visit; Report omissions and/or discrepancies discovered during interviews and through comments and observations gathered during walkarounds in clinical environments Conduct exit interview to report initial findings to institutional leadership; Transmit reports electronically to the ACGME offices; meet pre-established deadlines for the submission of the reports and associated materials; Participate as required in CLER Evaluation Committee meetings to provide clarification and to address Committee members’ questions. To maintain current knowledge in the fields of quality and patient safety and accreditation standards related to the six focus areas. Keep informed about changes in the process for conducting CLER site visits and in the six focus areas through written documentation, conference calls, electronic mail and face-toface briefings with CLER program staff; Participate in the annual professional development meeting for the CLER Field Staff Representatives, as well as other meetings scheduled on an ad hoc basis; Together with the Regional Vice President, design an ongoing personalized professional education program; Study and keep informed about developments in the fields of patient safety and quality improvement, particularly in medical education environments through workshops, meetings and written material. To manage an extensive travel schedule. Be willing and able to travel nationwide to carry out assigned CLER site visits; Travel to and from institutional sites. To perform logistical, clerical, and training functions to support the CLER site visit process. Communicate with CLER program staff to makes arrangements for site visits; Make arrangements for travel and hotel accommodations; Review preliminary schedule and inform CLER Program staff well in advance of scheduling conflicts, conflicts of interest, vacation plans, and attendance at Evaluation Committee and/or other professional development meetings; File expense reports and perform other required clerical tasks; Participate in the orientation of new CLER-FRs as assigned by the CLER Executive Program Director. To participate in ongoing efforts to improve the CLER site visit process. Review evaluations from designated institutional officials and the CLER Evaluation Committee for suggestions on how to improve the CLER site visit process and/or the reports; Share suggestions for improvement in any aspect of the site visit process with the CLER Executive Program Director. To complete other additional and/or alternative duties as assigned. Education, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Candidates must be a Board Certified MD. Physician applicants are expected to have extensive experience as patient safety or quality improvement leaders or as designated institutional officials, program directors with greater than five years’ experience, or associate/assistant dean-level administrative experience in medical education. Regardless of the individual educational background, the CLER-FR is expected to become sufficiently knowledgeable in the expectations of the CLER program in order to conduct a competent site visit on behalf of the CLER Evaluation Committee. Additional skills required include the ability to: Meet and interact successfully with a wide range of personalities, and establish professional credibility within an abbreviated timeframe, especially with those individuals in executive hospital leadership positions; Establish rapport and mutual respect rapidly while working in varying teams which include volunteer CLER site visitors Review policy documents to become conversant with expectations defined by institutional policies regarding patient safety, quality improvement, and additional policies related to the other focus areas; Synthesize information gathered from multiple perspectives to meet expectations of the CLER Evaluation Committee; Write comprehensive and objective reports; Meet established deadlines for the submission of CLER site visit reports; Manage a heavy travel schedule, including significant air travel; Work independently with minimal supervision; Function comfortably in a staff role in conducting site visits and providing initial feedback to the sponsoring institution on behalf of the CLER Evaluation Committee.

How To Apply

Applicants can apply to the email address below: kreddy@furstgroup.com

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UGME/GME Program Specialist (part time)

University of Illinois/Metropolitan Groups Hospitals
Date Posted: August 30, 2013

Part – Time Position University of Illinois/Metropolitan Groups Hospitals Residency in Gen Surgery UGME/GME Program Specialist Serves as coordinator for MGH undergraduate (medical student), surgical residency and surgery continuing medical education program. Provides administrative secretarial support for MGH Site Program Director, Director Surgical Medical Student Education and the Chairman of the Department of Surgery. Accountabilities & Job Activities A. Manages 3rd and 4th year medical student program for surgery rotation. 1) Responsible for conducting 3rd & 4th year medical student monthly orientation including ensuring documentation of policy review and other required documentation; ensures compliance procedures are followed by students prior to starting rotations. (approximately 120 students annually) 2) Maintain student database and prepare student activity reports as needed. 3) Develops, copies and distributes syllabus, assigned readings and schedules for medical students and residents rotating at participating sites (IMMC, Lutheran General, Cook County Hospital, University of Illinois Medical Center, Mercy Hospital and St. Francis Hospital) 4) Coordinates the evaluation process for medical students, reviews with clerkship directors and submits final summaries to the respective medical school. Completes student letters of recommendation as requested. B. Serves as program coordinator supporting Residency Program Director, Medical Student Program Director and Chairman of the Department of Surgery. 1) Maintains and provides analysis of various student and resident reports. Develops graphs and deplays program outcomes. 2) 0rganizes meetings and prepares and distributes materials for conferences and lectures. Develops posters, brochures, invitations or advertisements for special events/lectures/retreats 3) Receives inquiries from medical students and residents and triage as necessary to others within the department or other hospital departments 4) Verifies trainees' status and activities as needed. 5) Assist in the preparation of materials for ACGME Site Visits or Internal Reviews. 6) Prepares multimedia presentations, projects and electronic data organization within a database as requested to support administrative and clinical offices or residency program. Create and assist with various presentations, provide expertise in developing PowerPoint presentations. 7) Assist with coordination of various training sessions and activities in the simulation lab as needed. 8) Assist Coordinator in preparation of call schedules. C. Serves as department liaison for Continuing Medical Education accreditation. 1) Coordinates submission of CME application. Completes CME application and ensures required documentation for CME credit is submitted in a timely manner. Conducts needs assessment and prepares analysis for Activity Director's review. Assist Activity Director by performing literature searchers to identify topics for presentations. 2) Coordinate speaker arrangements, process honorarium, reconcile expenses and submit for reimbursement based on AIMMC reimbursement guidelines. 3) Ensure program documentation is submitted within established timelines and monitor for compliance bringing outliers to Activity Director's attention. D. As website administrator will have primary responsibility for the MGH Surgery Residency website, including web design, production, and content editor. Ensures that content is designed, created, published and updated in a timely fashion and reflective of the residency program 1) Design, maintain, edit and monitor the website. Ensure that all website content is uploaded to the site in a timely basis and content is accurate and current. 2) Ensure overall integrity of website through constant review of content, ensuring all links are active and troubleshoots for errors. 3) Researches best practices that enhance the value of the website. Works with Program Director and Chairman to develop content and keep the site up-to-date with available technologies and text. 4) Conduct website quality review with Residency Program Administrator and Program Coordinator and make recommended edits or additions to enhance website.

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