Neurology Medical Student Coordinator
JOB SUMMARY: Supports faculty in the operation of accredited/non-accredited clerkship training program, under direction from Neurology Clerkship Program Director. Assist with the organization of Director’s time and maintain accurate program schedules. Serves as primary contact for students regarding undergraduate medical education. Requires a comprehensive technical knowledge of MS Office software, Adobe and other software programs to ensure management of the day-to-day functions of clerkship programs to include: eWake, PeopleSoft, Canvas, Qgenda, WakeOne, iShare, MedHub, RedCap, Meeting Planner and VSAS.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Associate's degree with three years of medical education administration experience required. Bachelor's degree preferred.
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, and/or REGISTRATION: N/A
1. Coordinate medical students, PAs & visiting student(s) calendar rotation using various scheduling programs.
2. Schedule and attend monthly meetings alongside the Clerkship Director and Assistant Clerkship Director as needed.
3. Maintain Outlook & Qgenda calendars for faculty, prepare travel authorizations & submit expense vouchers.
4. Assist with correspondences, CV, manuscript and other documents in support of Program Director.
5. Identify and report course issues to Neurology Program Director. Resolve problems to improve customer service, and communicate process changes to students and faculty.
6. Maintain a schedule of didactic activities to ensure and locations support the ability to maintain social distance.
7. Coordinate medical student rotations, orientations, course assessments, conferences and lectures
8. Download the RedCap student evaluations for clinical encounters and miscellaneous clerkship components, and prepare stats, graphs at the request of Program Director and/or faculty.
9. Prepare/Distribute training and course materials to students, Director, faculty per rotation.
10. Maintain organized work environment to perform processes and procedures necessary to support educational experiences.
11. Maintain cooperative working relationships and communication, as liaison, between Director, students, faculty, other departments and the medical school.
10. Provide timely feedback to students regarding schedules and curriculum.
11. Assist students with ERAS preparation in Neurology, by compiling summaries & coordinating letters of recommendation for residency programs.
12. Facilitates departmental work by providing administrative support to Neurology faculty.
14. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Effective oral and written communication skills
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
Must be able to work independently
Clean, comfortable, office environment
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X Reaching with arms
X Finger and hand dexterity
Lifting, carrying, pushing and or pulling:
X 20 lbs. maximum
X 50 lbs. maximum
X 100 lbs. maximum
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