Cedars-Sinai Dept Academic Program Coord in Los Angeles, California

Dept Academic Program Coord Requisition # 29751

Summary of Essential Job Duties:

The Department Academic Coordinator , under general supervision by Program Director, academic physician leaders and Associate Director provides administrative support, coordination of all administrative activities of the Pediatric academic training program. Coordinates administraive aspects of the pediatric residency program acting as liaison between UCLA Pediatric Housestaff and Faculty. Coordinates over 300 Pediatric UCLA rotating residents and medical students during each academic year. Works closely with GME office to ensure accuracy in processes and requirements. Coordinates new housestaff check ins and outs; collating and distributing packets with required information, inservice exam administration and proctoring, NRP training schedule, CSMC orientation program, organizes teaching activities with chief residents, housestaff elective rotations at CSMC and coordination of housestaff evaluation processes. Preparation of orientation packets for all new students. Coordination of student lectures. Liaison between Course Chairs, Parking office, library and security at CSMC. ensuring that all students meet CSMC requirements for participating in on-site training. Ensures that all student evaluations are appropriately entered on UCLA on line system,

Qualification Requirements/Preferences:

Education Certifications/Licensure Experience Physical Abilities Educational Requirements:

Minimum 2 years of college. Bachelors degree preferred but not required. Previous knowledge of academic training program coordination helpful but not essential.

License/Certification/Registration Requirements:



Two to three years progressively responsible office and administrative experience demonstrating initiative, resourcefulness, and problem solving skills as well as attention to detail and accuracy. Must be a team player and have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. Must demonstrate flexibility and be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Must possess excellent grammar, writing and computer skills.

Physical Demands: (e.g., lifting, standing, walking)

Lifting, walking and standing.

  • Working Title: Dept Academic Program Coord
  • Business Entity: CSMC - Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
  • Cost Center # - Cost Center Name: 0879491 - Peds Primary Care
  • City: Los Angeles
  • Job Category: Clerical/Administrative
  • Job Specialty: Administrative Assistant
  • Position Type: Regular-F/T
  • Shift Length: 8hr
  • Hours: 8am - 4:30pm
  • Days: Monday - Friday
  • Shift Type: Day
  • Weekends: None

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