• Program Coordinator II - Fellowship Programs

    Job ID 2019-31395
    Area of Interest
    Project/Program Management
    Location Name
    Hospital Main Campus
    FTE/Hours per pay period
    0.5 FTE (40 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
    Work Status
    Regular
    Department
    Hospitalist Administration
    Shift
    Day Shift
    Primary Location : City
    Seattle
    Primary Location : State/Province
    WA
  • Overview

    The Program Coordinator II – Fellowship Programs is responsible for providing general management, coordination, and support to the Fellowship Program(s). The Program Coordinator II functions as a liaison between the Program Director (PD), fellows, UW and SCH GME offices, participating sites, and other departments and must be knowledgeable about patient care/operational activities at the various training sites in which their fellows rotate. They must be knowledgeable about the allocations for fellow stipends/benefits and the finances of the training program.

    SERIES CONCEPT:

    A program is a specialized area with specific complex components and discrete tasks which distinguish it from the main body of the organization. A program is specific to a particular subject. The specialized tasks involve interpretation of policies, procedures and regulations, independent functioning and public contact. Duties are not of a general support nature easily transferable from one program to another. Performance of administrative/clerical duties is in support of the incumbent’s performance of specific programmatic tasks.

     

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    Requirements

    Required Education/Experience:
    - High School Diploma or equivalent
    - Minimum of two (2) years college coursework in Business, Healthcare, Human Services or related field

    Required Credentials:
    - N/A

    Preferred:
    - Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare, Communications, Marketing, Business or related field
    - Experience working with an ACGME accredited Fellowship Program

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