The Division of Infectious Diseases at Indiana University School of Medicine is committed to superb patient care, medical education and research in infectious diseases. We strive to achieve these interrelated missions by capitalizing on our strengths to ensure meaningful progress in each discipline. Our basic, clinical, translational, and implementation research in conjunction with our patient care and education programs promote the acquisition of knowledge concerning infectious diseases and lead to innovative strategies to improve the lives of people both locally and globally.
The PRIME Program Coordinator will work closely with the PRIME Project Manager and the Associate Dean for Curricular Development and Oversight to ensure the implementation and success of the school-wide HRSA PRIME Grant Program. The program coordinator will be a key point of contact for internal and external resources for the administration of the PRIME program. Primary Care Reaffirmation for Indiana Medical Education (PRIME) is a new program at the Indiana University School of Medicine to implement effective strategies to prepare a physician workforce motivated and equipped to increase access to health care and improve the health of patients and communities, especially those in tribal communities, rural communities, and/or medically underserved communities (MUCs).
High school diploma or GED and five years in program coordination and/or administrative support.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to work independently. Critical thinking skills and the ability to think ahead to anticipate potential problems. Excellent problem-solving, prioritization, and decision-making skills. Attention to detail and extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Experience working with project management, survey tools, databases and learning management systems (Smartsheet, Qualtrics, Canvas, Zoom). Ability to learn new technologies.
Bachelor's degree. Experience in both a medical and academic settings.
Working Conditions / Demands
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Salary Plan: CL
Salary Grade: 08
Job Function: General Admin
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