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Full Job Title: PROGRAM COORDINATOR - Adolescent Gynecology, 20 hours/week

Job Number: 94055

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Date Posted: 10-12-2017

DEPARTMENT: Office for Faculty Development

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE: Director, Office for Faculty Development




PURPOSE OF POSITION: To coordinate, support, plan and deliver quality career development programming for faculty at CCHMC and UC COM. Will serve as a resource for faculty members and foster positive relationships and collaborations.

·Program Planning, Management and Execution
Participate fully in the Office for Faulty Development's (OFD) strategic planning process, identifying areas of need and focus and translating portions of the strategic plan into well-defined projects and programs with timelines and deliverables. Plan and execute projects in accordance with agreed upon project timelines. Collaborate in an effective and timely manner with internal and external contacts to achieve program goals. Coordinate faculty and medical staff development programs and events, including career development seminars, work-life integration programs, programs supporting the career development of a diverse faculty, networking events, mentorship programs, and leadership development programs. Enhance communication mechanisms and support systems that facilitate faculty career development.
·Program Support
Collaborate with stakeholders to design outcome measures to assess program effectiveness and impact. Conduct assessments and perform knowledge and skills gap analysis to identify faculty career development needs. Coordinate the tracking of program metrics and goals and prepare internal reports. Coordinate CME process for OFD programs. Coordinate the development and communication of policies and related informational materials to internal and/or external faculty. Manage faculty pipeline development efforts. Effectively collaborate with others to ensure program efficiency. Anticipate and support changing needs of CCHMC faculty. Manage the OFD budget and prepare a budget summary for the annual report. Create an annual report at the end of each fiscal year.
Promote an atmosphere of professionalism, cooperation, respect, inclusion and trust within the Office for Faculty Development. Participate as an effective team member and interact positively with other staff/faculty members within the OFD and across Divisions and Departments.
Recognize and communicate needs and trends to relevant OFD committees/programs and develop collaborative approaches to program development and coordination. Supervise the development of centralized resources and communication mechanisms related to faculty development (e.g. office, website, and newsletter). Liaise with the OFD's collaborators and partners across multiple Divisions and Departments at CCHMC and UC.

Skills & Competencies
Effective verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
·Computer proficiency
Advanced knowledge of PC based software applications (MS word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
·Relationship Management
Capable of fostering positive relationships with senior leaders, managers, and employees at CCHMC and surrounding institutions
Meet deadlines as well as plan, prioritize, organize and follow through on initiatives and projects, ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
·Independence and Teamwork
Work both independently and in a team environment
Demonstrate leadership and strategic planning skills with the ability to implement projects and programming successfully
·Problem Solving
Exhibit problem solving and decision making skills as well as exercising sound judgment
·Vendor Management
Manage relationships with external vendors including processing invoices

·Bachelor's Degree in a related field
·3 years related experience

·Master's Degree

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