SSR Course Coordinator
Job no: 493169
Full time/Part time: Full-time
Location: South Orange
The SSR Course Coordinator will assist in the development, implementation, evaluation, and enhancement of the School of Medicine’s Science/Skills/Reasoning courses throughout Phase 1 of the curriculum. The SSR Course Coordinator will work in close collaboration with Course Directors, both basic scientists and clinicians, to implement the school’s innovative curriculum. This person will also have very heavy interaction with students throughout the different phases of the medical student curriculum. The SSR Course Coordinator will oversee the daily operations of the Science/Skills/ Reasoning courses throughout the pre-clerkship (Phase 1) curriculum.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Supports the development, implementation, monitoring, and enhancement of all operational elements of SSR courses throughout the Phase 1 curriculum, including interaction with faculty, students and staff.
- Providing administrative support for all elements of the SSR courses.
- Prepares and maintains a variety of reports and records for course directors
- Assists in scheduling special events as related to the courses
- Provides support to staff and faculty with teaching and administrative needs related to the SSR courses, including communication with course faculty, distribution of course materials to faculty and students, interfacing with the School of Medicine Learning Management and Curricular Management systems.
- Assists in ensuring implementation, adherence, monitoring, and continuous improvement of all policies and procedures related to the SSR courses, including those regarding safety and operations.
- Bachelor degree in education, public health or related field.
- A minimum of 3 years of experience in Medical Education or other related area is required.
- Excellent communication, administration, organizational, and leadership skills.
- Effective interpersonal, organizational and planning, team-building, and problem-solving skills.
- Proficient with database management and creating reports.
- Master Degree in education, public health or related field.
- Experience working in a higher education environment, ideally in a School of Medicine
- Leadership experience
- Development of new programs
- Use of curriculum and learning management systems
- Demonstrated flexibility in establishing new programs from the ground up or other endeavor requiring adaptability
- General Office Environment
Special Instructions to Applicants:
- The person in this position is required to perform his or her duties at all Seton Hall University locations and facilities, as assigned.
Advertised: Eastern Standard Time
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