A professional and productive clinical educational coordinator (CEC) plays a significant role in the day-to-day administration of a successful medical student education program. The CEC understands the goals of the clerkship and post clerkship phases of the M.D. Program, the mission of the SOM, and specific needs of medical students. The CEC provides direct support to the clerkship director in the department of medicine and is the first point of contact for students and faculty involved in the medical student clerkship and related elective programs within a specialty. The CEC is also a central point of contact for faculty and administrators from affiliated clinical sites where students are assigned to the Medicine clerkship and related electives and medicine subinternship.
This position has a dual reporting function to the Medicine Department and Office of Undergraduate Medical Education.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage 3rd year Medicine clerkship, 4th year sub-internship, and elective rotations supported by the department, including:
Secondary Duties and Responsibilities:
Visiting Student Administrator
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
(A) Education requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
(B) Licenses or certifications: N/A
(C) Technical/computer skills:
(D) Prior experience: 3-5 Years in higher education administration
(E) Personal Characteristics
Physical and Environmental Demands