Program Administrator – General Surgery Residency Program

Swedish Medical Center, First Hill Campus
Date Posted: April 15, 2019

Swedish Medical Center- First Hill Campus is located in downtown Seattle, Washington. Plan, organize, and coordinate administration of the residency training program, medical student rotations, and serve as administrative liaison to satellite clinics and/or participating training sites. Support the program director, faculty,and residents. This position coordinates and supports the activities of residency training and assists the Manager and Directors in meeting and maintaining all of the standards and requirements of the accrediting bodies. Assists Program Director, Associate Program Director and Manager in management of budget, tracking expenditures, and overall budget performance. In this position you will: Assist in overseeing the residency department budgets and allocation of funds based upon reviews of department estimates/recommendations, familiarity with operating procedures, and cost/revenue projections. Works with the Manager, Program Director, and Associate Program Director to ensure the program meets accreditation requirements of the national Residency Review Committee (RRC) and board certification requirements of the relevant Member of Board of the American Board of Medical Specialties. Devise and implement new policies and procedures, interpret and apply rules and regulations. Independently advise applicants, residents, and faculty about program content, policies and procedures of Swedish Medical Center. Provides administrative support to the participating training sites including acting as a liaison between sites, maintaining affiliation agreements, schedules, and personnel data Manages the educational functions of the residency program, including the timely dissemination of information and documentation, which is necessary for the efficient operation of the training program Acts as a liaison with outside agencies as well as with outside rotation site personnel Facilitates GME rotations within the program. Coordinates or assists with resident scheduling. Maintains current agreements with rotation sites, and tracks and reports resident rotations Develops and facilitates activities related to the resident’s successful completion of the program and preparation for the relevant American Board of Medical Specialties exam

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