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Project Coordinator - Office of Continuing Education, School of Medicine
Tufts University

Date Posted Feb. 26, 2021
Title Project Coordinator - Office of Continuing Education, School of Medicine
University Tufts University
Boston, MA, United States
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Coordinator
  • Educational Services

The mission of Tufts University School of Medicine Office of Continuing Education (TUSM OCE) is to enhance clinician knowledge and competence, improve clinician performance, and promote lifelong learning for Tufts-affiliated physicians, nurses, and other health practitioners, as well as local, national, and international healthcare providers. The ultimate goal of this endeavor is to improve patient outcomes. TUSM OCE fulfills its mission by providing different types of continuing education activities to healthcare professionals (live meetings, online courses, Regularly Scheduled Series at affiliated hospitals, etc.). TUSM OCE is accredited by The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide credits to physicians, and The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide contact hours for nurses for attending our certified activities.
The Project Coordinator:

Provides advanced support and coordination for a university Program or Project. Produces a variety of documents, reports, and proposals, responds to inquiries, and provides detailed information to constituents. Organizes and maintains files and databases, designs and updates applications or other forms for data entry. May assist in updating website and posting social media material. Participates in development of program or project marketing and communications materials, coordinates logistics for meetings and events including travel and arrangements for speakers, provides research assistance, and monitors budgets.

Assures educational partners are invoiced for certification/other applicable fees, payments are received by deadlines, and financial records are maintained accurately. May assist in managing electronic payments via internal system, TouchNet.
Organizes and maintains and reports from online learning management system, eeds.
Assures appropriate implementation and maintenance of TUSM OCE policies and national accreditation standards/policies in all Continuing Education (CE) activities, including but not limited to Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS), live conferences, online activities, journals, and other enduring materials.
Organizes and maintains program/project files and databases to ensure compliance with national accrediting bodies; designs and updates applications and other forms for data entry; may assist with accreditation-related reports as needed.

Coordinates and serves as lead contact/provides support for TUSM OCE activities, as necessary, (Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS), live activities, enduring (online) activities, and journal-based activities) to ensure that all activity documentation is accurate for accreditation purposes.

Works directly with course directors, planning committee members, faculty, participants, commercial supporters, exhibitors, event logistics vendors, and medical education companies, as necessary, to coordinate various aspects of continuing education programming and logistics.

Coordinates all aspects of TUSM OCE’s RSSs, including reviewing RSS applications; providing training to RSS course directors and administrators; and ensuring that all RSS documentation is accurate for accreditation purposes.

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