The Curriculum Manager provides leadership for Curriculum Coordinators. The Manager oversees activities related to the specification, development and implementation of the curriculum. This position interacts internally inter department, cross departments and externally with sites to oversee matters related to the development, implementation, maintenance and upgrading of course content, curriculum resources, and course delivery and management systems.
- Manages the curriculum staff in the development and implementation of curriculum, including but not limited to the development of off-site placements for students.
-Identifies problems, recommends solutions and revisions of curriculum policies or procedures, suggest improvements to enhance learning experiences for students.
-Conducts faculty orientation related to new curricular competencies and assessment strategies; participates in off-site consultations with clinical faculty when necessary.
-Develops effective lines of communication with faculty and staff in order to facilitate coordination and the efficient flow of information.
-Assures processes, programs and courses are aligned with current state and accreditation reporting requirements related to content and development.
-Facilitates the remediation process; serves as a liaison for faculty and student concerns
-Other duties as assigned
- Strong interpersonal skills;
-Ability to manage people and interact professionally with staff, health-care practitioners, faculty, public and students, and to create a favorable impression for the College.
-Excellent written and oral communication skills.
-Ability to work effectively on projects as part of an inter-professional team.
-Highly developed analytical and organizational skills; good attention to detail.
-Able to set clear objectives and work independently.
-Knowledge of medical terminology preferable.
-Able to resolve complex and confidential matters in a professional manner.
-High professional standards and integrity; commitment to excellence.
-Willingness to travel within the NEOMED consortium area/ attend evening meetings as necessary.
-Ability to use appropriate computer applications.
Education/Degree: Bachelor’s degree in education, allied health, or related field required.
Experience: Two to four years experience in higher education or health-related field.
Master’s degree preferred.
Management experience preferred.