Working with the Program Director and Associate Program Director, the Education Manager directs administrative strategies and develops and implements systems to enhance the operations of education programs for all residents, medical students, and fellows in Neurological Surgery. This position provides direction, leadership, and day-to-day management of educational activities.
The Education Manager also functions as a project manager for professional medical education events for Neurological Surgery and the OHSU Brain Institute, as well as the visitor program for the department. This position is responsible for the oversight of Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Neurological Surgery Residency Program and three to four unaccredited Fellowship programs. The Education Manager must demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and problem-solving skills in applying detailed knowledge of the responsibilities, functions and underlying management structure of the department and of the larger institution. This includes organizing and independently prioritizing work, establishing procedures and systems, developing and monitoring educational curriculum, and ensuring orderly and timely work flow. Acts for and makes decisions in the absence of Program Director within prescribed limits of authority and protocols. This position reports to the Department Administrator.
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