The Lead Fellowship Program Technician provides centralized administration for all fellowship programs in the Department of Pediatrics, working closely with the Education Program Manager to ensure compliance with institutional and national regulations and support continuous process improvement for all programs. The Lead Fellowship Program Technician also manages the operational administration of one fellowship program, including recruitment, onboarding, trainee assessment, internal and external communications, and program evaluation. The Lead Program Technician will continually monitor and direct a wide range of programmatic functions, including: developing program policies and procedures; reviewing program operations and workflow for compliance; recommending process improvements; and communicating with faculty, fellows, and staff about program policies and procedures.
With direct oversight and direction from the Pediatric Education Program Manager, and general oversight from the Vice Chair for Educational Programs, this position works closely with the Lead Pediatric Fellowship Director, as well as with all of the Pediatric Program Directors and Coordinators.
The position requires a thorough knowledge of national and state accreditation policies and hospital/institutional policies, and the ability to interpret and apply those policies to ensure program compliance. The position also requires a high degree of initiative, strong attention to detail, independent judgment, and collaborative skills.
- A bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or a field directly related to the position will substitute for two years of the required experience.
- Three years of experience administering or coordinating parts or subsets of a project or program. With previous Graduate Medical Education experience.
- Advanced Microsoft Excel and Word skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, customer service, and multitasking skills
- Able to function independently and as part of a team
- Ability to work in an interruptive office environment
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to take initiative
- Knowledge of Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) policies and standards
- Master’s degree in Education, Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or a field related to the position.
- Experience presenting on GME topics at the institutional, regional, or national level.
- Proficiency with scheduling systems.
- Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) or similar certification.
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