Program Coordinator II - Residency Program Administrator
This position is part of a dynamic three-person administrative team that is responsible for the coordination of the UWSOM Department of Pediatrics residency training program based at Seattle Children’s. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Program accreditation and compliance
- Compliance with all reporting requirements of the University of Washington School of Medicine and the ACGME, and reporting of milestones through the Next Accreditation System
- Liaising with the UWSOM Graduate Medical Education Office
- Oversight of resident compliance
- Contract project management and oversight
- Coordination of the intern on-boarding process
- Coordination of the resident exit process.
We are seeking a detail-oriented individual who values teamwork and creative solutions to problems. The ability to work independently and to be flexible will allow one to be successful in this position
- Employee Centric: Rated #10 on Forbes Best Employer list
Transportation Perks: Discounted bus pass, company bike program, company vanpool and carpool programs.
Inclusion Networks: The Inclusion Network is Seattle Children's organizational resource group program. It is an interconnected community of Children's employees who are committed to the Inclusion Network mission and vision. Individual Networks include: Q Pod (LGBTQ) Network, Green Team (Sustainability) Network, Hola (Hispanic/Latino) Network, Indigenous Peoples Network, Parenting Network, Black and African Heritage Network.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in general administrative support/customer service and computer based operations
- Previous experience in academic medicine
- Experience in internal communications at a large organization
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