The Department of Medicine has 11 divisions, more than 300 employees and more than $68 million in expenditures annually. The mission of the Department of Medicine is to deliver accessible, patient-centered healthcare of the highest caliber while training compassionate, visionary, and innovative clinicians and researchers. We develop, teach and practice state-of-the-art, evidenced-based medicine that holds the promise of a better future for the people of California and beyond.
Oversees the administration and operations of health profession education programs which may include teaching and learning activities, program curriculum, learner scheduling, maintaining databases, tracking learner compliance, and program accreditation. Develops, prioritizes, and implements strategies that improve program quality, processes, and compliance.
5-7 Years of relevant experience in Medical Education program(s).
5+ Years of direct management experience.
BA/BS Degree in related area and/or equivalent experience or training.
Knowledge of the health professions education industry, administrative analysis, and operations research.
Knowledge of assigned program requirements and curriculum.
Knowledge of department, organization, HR and university policies and processes.
Current knowledge of relevant industry federal, state, and local laws and regulations including national accrediting organizations and state and federal licensing and regulatory offices.
Demonstrated leadership skills in training and guiding employees on educational techniques.
Motivates and inspires staff to improve the health profession education services.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize effectively to meet deadlines in a complex, challenging environment.
Ability to organize assigned staff and unit operations in an efficient and effective manner.
Effective communication skills with peers, learners, faculty, and other education program coordinators/managers.
Skills to evaluate issues and identify solutions within defined procedures and policies.
Demonstrated ability to solve problems and suggest solutions through critical thinking process.
Verbal and written communication skills to explain technical health profession/education concepts, actively listen, persuade, advise, and counsel.
Master's degree in related area preferred.
In-depth knowledge of educational software and technologies to promote a wide range of teaching and learning goals.
Proven ability to recruit faculty and integrate learners which requires high-level planning and coordination skills, the ability to think strategically and communicate complex information to multiple stakeholders.
Final candidate subject to background check. As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of individuals assigned to perform substantial work under certain federal contracts/subcontracts.
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