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The Education Associate for Academic Affairs is responsible for coordinating educational product development, serving as the primary liaison for academic and educational societies, performing program …

The Education Associate for Academic Affairs is responsible for coordinating educational product development, serving as the primary liaison for academic and educational societies, performing program evaluation for educational activities, assisting with the coordination of the hospital visit program, coordinate preparation of materials for medical society meetings and assist the Vice President of Academic Affairs. This individual reports to the Director of Academic Affairs and functions with considerable independence. http://www.abim.org/

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  • 1. AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINETITLE: EDUCATION ASSOCIATE LEVEL: E6DEPARTMENT: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (39) REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRSPOSITION SUMMARY:The Education Associate for Academic Affairs is responsible for coordinating educational product development,serving as the primary liaison for academic and educational societies, performing program evaluation foreducational activities, assisting with the coordination of the hospital visit program, coordinate preparation ofmaterials for medical society meetings and assist the Vice President of Academic Affairs. This individual reportsto the Director of Academic Affairs and functions with considerable independence.ABIM MISSION:The American Board of Internal Medicine is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the qualityof health care through certifying physicians who demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential forexcellent patient care.EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) provides equal employment opportunities to all qualifiedindividuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexualpreference, or non-disqualifying physical or mental handicap or disability in each aspect of the human resourcesfunction.AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT:Applicants as well as employees who are or become disabled must be able to perform the essential job functionseither unaided or with reasonable accommodation. The organization shall determine reasonable accommodation ona case-by-case basis in accordance with applicable law.ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES:• Demonstrates support of and commitment to the mission and values of the organization.• Develops and maintains positive relationships with co-workers and other organizational stakeholders• Contributes to creating a learning environment that values, empowers, enriches and supports employees• Contributes to the culture by supporting and contributing to process and quality improvement• Demonstrates a commitment to and complies with the organization’s policies and proceduresESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:• Coordinate educational and assessment product development and maintenance, (e.g. mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise and professionalism tools).• Serve as the primary liaison with academic and educational societies, including working with communications to plan and implement outreach activities at academic and educational society meetings.• Perform and coordinate program evaluation of educational assessment programs and outreach activities.• Prepare and coordinate materials for educational presentations and workshops• Coordinates special tasks related to educational project development and collaboration with external partners as appropriate.• Serves as an organizational resource to support implementation of new assessment methods and training.• Work with external collaborators on presentations, workshops and pre-courses for society and other educational or scientific meetings.• Provides data, information and summary reports to ABIM staff and Board of Directors on educational activities.• Participates in, and where appropriate, manages the evaluation of educational programs.• Works closely with the Vice President of Academic Affairs to coordinate educational activities with societies and other educational groups.• Schedule and coordinate educational meetings as necessary.
  • 2. AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINETITLE: EDUCATION ASSOCIATE LEVEL: E6DEPARTMENT: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (39) REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRSKNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES / EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of ABIM staff, Board members, officials, physicians, contractors, and general public.• Ability to project a positive image to the public, demonstrate sensitivity and diplomacy with respect to relationships inside and outside of the organization.• Strong proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.• Excellent writing, grammar, proofreading and editing skills.• Able to independently manage projects.• Thorough knowledge of graduate medical education activities within and outside of ABIM.• Ability to juggle priorities and meet deadlines.• Must possess excellent communication skills in delegating and accepting tasks.• Good problem-solving skills; ability to understand and interpret policies and procedures and carry out complex instructions.• Ability to demonstrate initiative and flexibility; must be able to work independently, as well as a member or leader of a team.• Master level education preferred, with prior experience in education or working within a medical training program.• Strong presentation and computer skills are essential.If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact Michel Salmon in the Human Resourcesdepartment, forward your information to resumehr@abim.org, or confidentially fax your resume to 215.446.3516.