The Fellowship Site and Evaluation Manager (FSEM) manages all aspects of the monitoring and evaluation of current Fellowship program sites (25 and growing), including analyzing annual reports from each Fellowship site, reviewing and refining annual Fellowship budgets from each site before sending to the Funder for approval and writing recommendation letters for program improvements. Each year, the FSEM is responsible for coordinating site visits for 10-13 programs, which includes working closely with consultants to provide support before the site visits, and coordinating and participating in conference calls with Fellowship program directors and department chairs following the site visit to discuss recommendations and provide support. The FSEM also serves as a site reviewer as needed (3-4 site visits a year) and writes reports and recommendations based on analysis of findings.
The FSEM is the primary point of contact for Fellowship directors’ questions regarding program administration, technical support, budgets, reporting, meeting logistics, etc. The FSEM creates an agenda and objectives for two Directors’ Meetings each year. The FSEM also manages the review of new Fellowship site proposals and providing recommendations for improvement.
The FSEM provides support to fellows through creating, updating and administering new evaluation tools including exit interviews and surveys. The FSEM is also responsible for managing all aspects of fellows’ elective rotations, including the ACOG Policy Rotation, the Late Second Trimester Training Initiative, Population Council Rotation and the Sociology of Abortion Course. The FSEM will be involved in developing contracts and learning objectives and recruiting and selecting applicants and collecting and analyzing feedback for elective training rotations.
The FSEM’s responsibilities include creating power point presentations for national and international conferences and representing the Fellowship at professional meetings. The incumbent will also perform other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications • BA with a major in a related field and three years of experience in administrative analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Physical Demands: requires sitting; standing; walking; carrying/lifting 20 pounds; pushing/pulling 20 pounds; fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper and lower extremities; differentiate color.
- Familiarity with clinical aspects of academic medicine, family planning, and reproductive health with 3-5 years of progressive experience.
- Two - Three years monitoring and evaluation experience, including knowledge of survey design, STATA or key survey.
- Experience managing budgets .
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Desire to work in the field of abortion and family planning.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects efficiently.
- Detail oriented.
- Three - Five year’s work experience with increasing responsibility.
Note: Physical/Health Screening, fingerprinting and background check required. Preferred Qualifications • Master’s Degree in Public Health, Gender Studies, Administration, Policy or other related field.
- Familiarity with post-graduate and/or specialty education in Ob-Gyn.
- Experience working with physicians, particularly ob-gyns Ability to organize and manage national workshops and meetings.
- Ability to organize and manage national workshops and meetings.
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