OVERVIEW CUHCC’s mission is to transform care and education to advance health equity. The clinic is known for providing high quality care to diverse patients. Educational programming and activities at CUHCC are an interprofessional effort involving health professional learners and faculty from different colleges within the University’s Office of Academic and Clinical Affairs, the broader University, and other local schools. This position reports to the Director of Interprofessional Education and Quality.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Program Development and Planning: 70% â— Leads the development and management of complex or specialized educational programs and activities to forward CUHCC’s strategic educational objectives in collaboration with the team of clinical directors and administrative leaders. â— Initiates and prepares analyses and recommendations on educational outcomes, curriculum, and overall plan. Monitor and manages the program implementation and evaluation of work plan for education at CUHCC. â— Leads CUHCC’s internal equity and diversity training and development, which may be in partnership with other community agencies or University department. â— Leads development of curriculum, instructional materials and assessment tools in coordination with on-site and off-site faculty for clinical trainees coming to CUHCC. â— Manage the workplan, which includes curriculum development, implementing the educational project timeline, training of preceptors and other activities. â— Develop learning materials and instructional sessions based on sound instructional design principles that foster adult learning. â— Develop and manages preceptor training to assure that preceptors have solid foundation in key areas of practice and understanding. â— Develops and implements orientation process for preceptors and learners in coordination with supervisors to assure strong working knowledge of CUHCC and a foundation for effective precepting to support CUHCC’s clinical training services. â— Teach classes, workshops, etc. and/or provide trainings to clinical trainees, staff, community members and/or patients. Coordinate with various departments and faculty within the University to implement classes and training. â— Keep current on developments in the adult learner, health sciences, and interprofessional field to provide support to staff and clinical directors. â— Coordinates partnerships with deans, department heads, and program representatives about a wide variety of issues and opportunities for partnership related to CUHCC’s educational programming. â— Serves as an internal resource for faculty, staff, and students on strategic initiatives focused on healthcare reform policy and healthcare workforce education. â— Develop and implement tools to assess learner outcomes before, during and after their structured learning experience at CUHCC. Ensure that learners and staff complete regular assessments, which may be qualitative and/or quantitative. â— Analyze, prepare, present and/or publish qualitative and quantitative learning outcomes. â— Manage online learning for learners including staff, students and residents, by uploading content through Qualtrics, Google Sites, MailChimp, Canvas, or other applications approved by the University of Minnesota. â— Coordinate and implement interprofessional education regularly scheduled sessions (IPE RSS) for student learners and CUHCC staff on health care topics.
2. Administration 30% â— Ensures program letters of agreement with various health science schools who are sending students and residents. Keep updated department/school contact list. â— In partnership with the development team, develops handouts and other marketing materials and/or signature educational events to explain the educational process, key priorities for CUHCC, and other learning objectives. â— Develop and implement an alumni strategy to continue to engage students and residents who have come through CUHCC. Work with the development team to host events to engage former CUHCC students and residents. â— Prepares dashboard metrics and reports concerning programmatic activity to educational partners. Obtains data necessary to complete information necessary for administrative decisions. Makes recommendations on data collection and analysis needs. Compiles case histories and learner narratives. â— Consult with finance and other leaders to review the financial, operational and compliance requirements needed to implement a successful clinical educational experience as needed. â— Provides joint supervision with CHIP (Center for Health Interprofessional Programs) Director for VISTA volunteer. â— Works with national and local officials of various organizations, including the National Center for Interprofessional Education and Clinical Practice. Acts as a liaison between appropriate external agencies and University personnel and students. Serves as a consultant to other staff members and campus agencies on external agency relations for assigned area.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: None.
REQUIRED SKILLS: a. Strong project management skills, analytical aptitude, and problem-solving skills. b. Strong time management and organizational skills. c. Ability to work with highly confidential human resource information. d. Strong technical skills and the ability to quickly learn new software programs. e. Initiative, leadership skills and ability to influence change. f. Proven capacity to work across different cultures around issues that impact community health. g. Process improvement skills. h. Conflict management skills. i. Decision-making skills that advance organizational objectives. j. Highly polished presentation skills and capacity to effectively engage a variety of audiences. k. Capacity to work in a continuously changing environment that is seeking to integrate its care and education.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Advanced degree in a relevant field such as public health or education, with at least 4 years of experience or a BA/BS in relevant field and 6 years of related professional experience. Knowledge of principles and methods of adult learning, or related master’s degree with proven ability to perform job. 2. Experience in setting up and administering educational programs including project management, evaluation and assessment, curriculum development and implementation.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Proficient in one of CUHCC’s dominant languages: Spanish, Somali, Vietnamese, Hmong, Lao. 2. Background in education and adult learning theories and modalities. 3. Experience working in a complex, diverse workplace. 4. Experience in a community health care setting. 5. Experience working with adult learners in an academic setting.
Internal Number: 331956
About University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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