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Coord/programmatic eval and asmt/cmed

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Central Michigan University
Position Summary
As a member of the Office of Medical Education in the College of Medicine, coordinate the program evaluation related to the four-year curriculum. The coordinator is also responsible for ensuring the student assessment activities are in place to meet the curriculum timeline. The coordinator will interact with other staff supporting the program.
Required Qualifications
Bachelor's degree, preferably in education/administration/health administration or a combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree.
Three years of experience preferably in related areas.
Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
Preferred Qualifications
Demonstrated ability to be a self-starter and work at a fast pace.
Master's degree, preferably in education/administration/health administration (or equivalent experience).
Five years of experience preferably in related areas.
Experience in higher education.
Experience with education accreditation and/or compliance monitoring.
Duties & Responsibilities
EVALUATION:
Manage the Office of Medical Education program evaluation software for the 4 year medical program i.e. programming of evaluations of students, faculty and courses and clerkship to track and highlight the effectiveness of teaching at CMED.
Implement and follow schedule of data collection from course and clerkship evaluation.
Provide Associate Dean for Curriculum and Evaluation the initial drafts of all evaluation reports.
Coordinate work of the various curriculum review committees and ad-hoc evaluations committees that inform the compliance monitoring for the LCME accreditation standards.
Provide Associate Dean for Curriculum and Evaluation with reports on faculty performance and teaching efforts for annual review processes.
Partner with Associate Dean for Curriculum and Evaluation and the year 1-2 and year 3-4 curriculum committees to develop tracking procedures to ensure follow-up of action items identified by curriculum review; communicate action items to the curriculum governance committees to ensure appropriate implementation and monitoring.
Partner in the maintenance of the administrative operations related to the medical student curriculum, such as curriculum mapping of learning and program objectives and interface of the school database with the AAMC CIR program.
Collect and maintain integrity of program and evaluation data collected in the Office of Medical Education for use in the CMED data warehouse.
ASSESSMENT:
Serve as operational director for all on-line computerized testing (all campuses).
Function as institutional officer and NBME School Account Manager to the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) as Chief Executive Proctor.
Consult with other members of the education office to guide course and clerkship directors in using exam and question statistics to improve the quality of examinations.
Guide use of using exam and question statistics to improve the quality of examinations.
Participate in the longitudinal assessments of students.
Prepare annual reports of student performance on national exams.
GENERAL
Coordinate completion of AAMC and accreditation annual questionnaires.
Position Number: 74700
Type of Recruitment: External
Position Title: COORD/PROGRAMMATIC EVAL and ASMT/CMED
Employee Group: Professional & Administrative -Salary
Staff Pay Level: 3
Pay Range: Will Commensurate with Qualifications
Division: Academic Affairs
Department: College of Medicine
Position Status: Regular
Employment Status: Full-Time
FTE: 1.0
Position Type: 12 month
Weekly Work Schedule: M-F 8am-5pm; evenings and weekends as necessary
At Will?: No
Location: Mount Pleasant, MI
Posting Begins: 07/13/2014
Open Until Filled: Yes

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