Responsibilities: Lead Program Improvement Initiatives: (50%)
Assess institutional an d program-level performance and learning needs.
Successfully design and lead effective organizational development (OD) and learning interventions with Graduate Medical Education (GME) stakeholders (e.g., GME program directors, education managers, and department chairs).
Partner with programs on yearly self-improvement efforts, with a focus on how to use available program data to inform those efforts. Lead reviews of program performance data, trainee and faculty program evaluations, and other data. Work collaboratively with program leaders to develop program improvement processes and set yearly goals for improvement.
In collaboration with the Director of Evaluation, partner with programs to implement existing formative and other assessments (e.g., patient assessments, situational judgment tests, structured interviews) to enhance the resident selection process, and the timeliness and impact of feedback provided to trainees.
Develop Institutional Approach to Educational Program Development and Delivery: (30%)
Based on the results of needs assessments, develop and/or source and deliver educational curricula. Curricula could include preparation for upcoming self-study visits by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), as well as workshops for faculty and residents centering on leadership development, providing constructive feedback, stress tolerance, resilience, and preventing discrimination and sexual harassment.
Together with the Designated Institutional Official (DIO), Associate DIO, and Director of Evaluation, develop an institutional approach to remediation, mentorship, and coaching.
Together with the DIO and Associate DIO, develop an institutional approach to well-being, including development, dissemination and training on well-being resources.
Lead Institution-Hospital Change Initiatives (15%)
Partner with hospital leadership, the DIO and Associate DIO to work on joint initiatives, including improvements to the clinical learning environment (i.e., hospital) areas (e.g., professionalism, fatigue management, root cause analyses, clarity regarding the procedures trainees can perform).
Lead Change Management Communication Initiatives (5%)
Proactively work with internal partners to develop communications to ensure standardized messaging, awareness, and adoption and ensure change owners are supported, equipped, and prepared to deliver the change and the messages reinforcing it.
In collaboration with GME leadership, implement Social Media management (Instagram, Twitter)
The Department of Graduate Medical Education at the University of Minnesota Medical School has oversight over the compliance and educational activities of more than 90 accredited residency and fellowship programs. These programs house approximately 1,000 residents and fellows pursuing various specialties (e.g., Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Neurosurgery) after completing their medical degree. Our office is currently seeking a highly-collaborative and results-driven organizational development manager to partner with our internal and external stakeholders on a wide range of organizational development initiatives.
The successful candidate will have extensive experience consulting with multiple internal and external organizational stakeholders and working with organizational data to help inform actionable and successful organizational outcomes. In addition, the successful candidate will have a solid understanding of the principles, theory and practice of large scale organizational change, organizational development, training, and adult learning.
? B.A. or B.S. Degree in Human Resources Management, Organizational Leadership, Training & Development, Business Management or related field. ? Must have 6+ years of progressively responsible experience with a strong foundation in implementing organizational development interventions, corporate training, organizational development and change management. ? Strong track record of effective and credible consultation with internal client groups, including senior leaders. ? Advanced understanding of the principles, theory and practice of large scale organizational change, organizational development, training, and adult learning. ? Exceptional presentation and meeting leadership and facilitation experience and skills. ? Strong writing skills. Experience writing effective training curriculum and designing internal roadmaps and messaging related to organizational change management. ? Demonstrated experience working with organizational performance data to inform OD solutions and to use in consulting with internal customers. ? Advanced technology and presentation skills: MS Office, Web-based learning tools, presentation hardware ? Excellent analytical, organizational, and project management skills. ? Must be willing to take initiative, be proactive on engagements, and be decisive.
A Master’s or doctoral degree in a relevant field is strongly desired. Experience in health care setting a plus. Additional selection criteria include demonstrated ability to work independently; a record of learning new information technology as required.
Internal Number: 329961
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