The Curriculum Inventory Manager will be a full-time position, with primary curriculum inventory and system management responsibilities within the College of Medicine. The position requires understanding and oversight of curriculum content, assessment and evaluation, accreditation and performance outcomes, and serves as the primary liaison to multiple and varied departments within the institution. The Curriculum Inventory Manager will report to the Assistant Dean of Curriculum, College of Medicine.
Principal Functional Responsibilities
Serves as the institution’s “super administrator” for a software system that includes but is not limited to curriculum inventory, course scheduling and evaluation, and student assessment – helps to design and support all modules related to the system; oversees use of all modules; appraises and attends to updates and changes to all aspects of the system; helps to design and conduct related training sessions for administration, faculty and staff; establishes and maintains an active working relationship with faculty and staff regarding the system; serves as the primary liaison to multiple departments within the institution including, but not limited to, Academic Technology Services, Information Technology, Enrollment Services and Registration, Student Services, Academic Services, and Institutional Research; serves as the principal point of communication with the software vendor; serves as an ex officio member of the College of Medicine Curriculum Management and Assessment Committee, and related committees.
Participates in the design and implementation of the program for inventorying (i.e., mapping) the content of the undergraduate medical education curriculum – works with course directors and faculty to match course and lecture objectives with LCME standards and the controlled vocabulary; works with course directors and faculty members to match assessment outcomes to course objectives; helps to design and deliver training for administration, faculty and staff to use the system for mapping and to extract data and reports; ensures that all components of the curriculum across four years of instruction are included in the database; supports the college’s and institution’s need for reports including report generation, interpretation of and communication about data; serves in a key role in producing data in support of College of Medicine and institutional accreditation related to the curriculum, particularly LCME .
Represents the institution at professional meetings; engages in scholarship related to responsibilities. Teaches as needed in the curriculum.
Master’s degree in a relevant area required.
• 3 years of experience in undergraduate, graduate and/or medical student teaching
• Evidence of teaching skills expertise and understanding of educational pedagogy, i.e., development of outcomes objectives, design of systems for capturing learner feedback and course evaluations, and involvement in student assessment
• Experience with faculty orientation and development
• Experience with programmatic and/or institutional accreditation
• Experience with instructional technology
• Experience leading teams
• Significant experience organizing data
Key Skills and Personal Characteristics
• Strong organizational skills
• Strong interpersonal communication skills
• Effective leadership style and management skills
• Detail oriented
• Ability to work independently and with groups
NEOMED - 10 months ago
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