The 1Health Curriculum Coordinator II provides critical coordination and operational management for the ongoing development and implementation of two of the three interconnected phases and aspects of the 1Health interprofessional education curriculum at the University of Minnesota, which spans across all Academic Health Center schools/colleges and extends into other health-related programs across the University on the Twin Cities, Rochester and Duluth campuses. This coordinator manages operational logistics, curriculum preparation, event implementation, technical support, data collection and reporting, and interprofessional facilitator recruitment. The coordinator reports directly to the 1Health Operations Director, and also collaborates closely with the Interprofessional Academic Deputy Director and the 1Health faculty team. The 1Health Curriculum Coordinator II supports the comprehensive 1Health curriculum.
60% -Facilitates the development and delivery of comprehensive interprofessional curriculum through collaboration with the Interprofessional Academic Deputy Director, the 1Health Operations Director, and the 1Health faculty team, including: -Develop and continuously improve processes for integrating additional educational programs into the 1Health interprofessional education curriculum -Troubleshoot and manage issues that arise throughout new program development and implementation, including addressing training gaps and resolving complex logistical challenges -Collect, compile, and analyze assessment and evaluation data from 1Health programs -Generate customized reports upon request -Participate as a member of the 1Health team to consult on 1Health curriculum updates, curriculum development and quality improvement efforts -Coordinate interprofessional facilitator training sessions, including scheduling and participant tracking -Coordinate with schools/colleges to recruit and train interprofessional facilitators for Phase II and Phase III of 1Health -Gather, compile, and maintain student enrollment data from all schools/colleges for Phase II and Phase III of 1Health -Manage dynamic interprofessional group assignments for students and facilitators for Phase II and Phase III of 1Health -Manage and prepare 1Health interprofessional activity supply kits to ensure all items are in the appropriate places and ready for re-use. -Coordinate staff assistance needed for the set-up and tear-down of 1Health interprofessional activities -Manage multiple email accounts and calendars, relating to assigned curriculum coordination duties -Manage all room and technology scheduling/reservations, relating to the Phase II and III of the 1Health curriculum -Contribute to 1Health database design and development for all phases -Oversee scheduling of AHC-wide interprofessional events, stakeholder group meetings, sessions, and programs
10% - Manage and oversee communications and relationship development with a diverse group of stakeholders to ensure successful development and execution of interprofessional courses and activities. Communication includes a variety of methods (face-to-face, email, written, phone) and includes the following groups: - Health professional students (respond to phone and email inquiries, share course/phase detail, training/orientation presentations, provide technical assistance as needed) -School/college coordinators (respond to phone and email inquiries, scheduling, compile assessment and evaluation data to share, request feedback regarding 1Health curriculum development and/or revisions, request anticipated student enrollment numbers and routine maintenance throughout year, gather facilitator recruitment updates, develop customized reports upon request, provide participation data and grades, other assistance as needed) - 1Health faculty team (continually maintain communications with the 1Health faculty team in order to contribute to needs of the team and respond to time-sensitive requests and/or projects. The 1Health team will also require regular updates regarding curriculum coordination, database development and training, data collection, and needs relating to new program development as the 1Health core curriculum continues to grow and evolve.)
10% - Provide primary coordination and support for the Interprofessional Minnesota Primary Care Team (IMPACT) at monthly meetings, as well as preparation, coordination and implementation of the advanced-learner Essentials of Ambulatory Care (EAC) workshops which are held four times annually. - Provide onsite meeting coordination and task management assistance for faculty leads on a monthly basis - Communicate with residency/learner program leads to gather EAC workshop participant detail - Oversee all EAC workshop meeting preparation, including: room reservations, catering, participant handouts, faculty presentations and facilitator guides
10% - Provide primary coordination and processing for the 1Health rural rotation scholarship program. - Review and verify that students meet the eligibility requirements - Obtain the necessary approvals prior to processing scholarships - Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of 1Health scholarship disbursement so that internal tracking and reporting needs are achieved - Manage all communications with students, staff and faculty to promote the scholarship opportunity effectively as well as process approved scholarships via the Student Finance Office - Update the 1Health rural rotation scholarship guidelines for each academic year
<10% - Contribute to the development and continuous improvement of a comprehensive course management system and data repository that supports all phases of the 1Health interprofessional curriculum. – approximately 3% - Gather and compile rotation data from all AHC schools and programs so that it can be referenced in Excel format -- approximately 2% - Provide overflow support and coordination for Phases I and II as needed – approximately 2% - Contribute to planning and implementation of 1Health events and presentations (handouts, event prep and set-up, room reservations, contracts, catering, invitations, event tear-down, follow-up communications) – less than 1% - Contribute to 1Health team reports and presentations – less than 1% - Participate in 1Health team meetings – less than 1%
The University of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including:
Competitive wages, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave
Low cost medical, dental, and pharmacy plans
Health care and dependent daycare flexible spending accounts
Excellent retirement plans with employer match
Disability and employer paid life insurance
Wellbeing program with reduced insurance premiums
Tuition reimbursement opportunities covering 75%-100% of eligible tuition
Student loan forgiveness opportunity
Opportunities for growth and promotion
Employee Assistance Program
For more information regarding benefits: https://humanresources.umn.edu/sites/humanresources.umn.edu/files/2018_tcd-cslr-75100-ben-0105-7.pdf
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
Bachelor's degree, preferably in Communications, Project Management, or Business Administration; or a combination of related education and work experience to equal four years.
Project management certification.
3-5 years work related experience.
Internal Number: 327128
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