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Assist the Designated Institutional Official/Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education with oversight and administration of all GME programs at Saint Louis University School of Medicine ( SLUSOM ). Provide program director, program coordinator and programmatic support for accredited and non-accredited training programs. Assist in resident and faculty education for Graduate Medical Education. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Personal Characteristics Knowledge of medical education organization and structure Knowledge of ACGME and related review committees accreditation requirements, policies and compliance Strong proficiency in use of personal computer software and databases, including ACGME data collection systems, residency management systems software, and electronic evaluations systems Ability to use electronic educational technologies for distributing and storing teaching materials. Interpersonal/human relations skills with ability to relate to diverse groups Demonstrated project management and organizational skills Written and verbal communication skills Critical thinking skills and ability to analyze complex data sets Ability to maintain confidentiality Ability to manage multiple demands and competing deadlines Minimum Qualifications Educational and experience equivalent to: Possession of an MD, DO, PhD or Masters degree(s) in Medicine, Medical Education, Medical Sciences, Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Business or another related field will be considered. At least two (2) years of experience working in Graduate Medical Education. Job Duties and Responsibilities Provide assistance to the Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and the GME Office. Provide leadership and organize resources to assist GME-sponsoring institutions and GME sponsored programs in achieving substantial compliance with the ACGME Institutional Requirements, thereby maintaining ACGME Accreditation. Provide leadership and support to the Graduate Medical Education Committee and its subcommittees. Serve as a GME liaison and resource to medical school affiliates and the Saint Louis University Resident Association. Ensure the annual review and approval of a statement of institutional commitment to GME that specifies, at a minimum, a commitment to providing necessary educational, financial and human resources. Prepare an annual report of GME activities in accordance with ACGME requirements pertinent to content and present to hospital, regional and corporate leadership. Contribute, as requested, to corporate strategic plan development for medical education. Review correspondence and documents submitted to the ACGME that address educational deficiency citations or significant changes in the institution or its programs, including financial, that affect their ability to meet accreditation standards. Develop all policies, protocols and guidelines necessary for the administration and conduct of GME at the institutional and program levels. Oversee the process for reaccreditation of the institution and programs by the ACGME. Conduct regular internal program reviews in accordance with all ACGME requirements and institutional protocols. Help maintain all necessary records, documents and databases for programs, residents, fellows and the institution necessary for regulatory and accrediting purposes and for GME reimbursement as mandated by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Recruit and provide necessary support for professional educators, information specialists, and operations personnel necessary for the educational and administrative conduct of the Office of Graduate Medical Education. Develop and facilitate the educational activities of orientation for new residents and fellows. Develop educational programs at the institutional level for implementation across all GME programs. Perform other duties as assigned.


• Location: St. Louis

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