Evaluation and Assessment Coordinator – Office of Educational Affairs, School of Medicine – (21001341)
The Office of Educational Affairs (OEA) facilitates and coordinates the development and implementation of the four-year medical school curriculum, evaluation, and assessment. Also, the office provides support services for the faculty and students, and manages administrative and business affairs, including grants, and maintenance of the clinical skill center.
Provides specialized subject knowledge to develop, implement, review and evaluate all medical school courses, programs, clerkships, and fourth-year rotations in collaboration with the Director of Evaluation and Assessment. Holds primary responsibility for maintaining the secure testing question database. Creates first- and second-year exams for the medical school program based on this database and posts them online. Provides primary support to the TUSM Curriculum Committee, which, through subcommittees, annually conducts detailed peer reviews of all required courses and core clerkships (each course and clerkship are reviewed every three years). Serves as a proctor for the written and clinical skills exams. Assists at the Simulation Center.
Bachelor’s degree in health related discipline and 3+ years of experience in related field of study OR Master’s degree and 1-2 years related experience.
Master’s degree in health-related discipline and 3+ years of experience in the related field of study
Data management skills.
Ability to type 50 words per minute.
Should be resourceful and able to initiate, maintain, develop and enhance relationships with a broad range of internal and external constituents.
Ability to prioritize work and follow through on workflow using sound judgment and strategy.
Sensitivity, good judgment, professional manner, flexibility and ability to work both independently and as part of a team are essential qualities.
Ability to train and teach others.
Ability to function under pressure in a deadline-oriented environment and pay attention to details.
Ability to multiple tasks simultaneously, often with continual interruption.
Special Work Schedule Requirements:
Occasional evenings required.
An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minority/females/veterans/disability/sexual orientation/gender identity.