Education Coordinator

Description:

The Education Coordinator supports the department’s academic program and is the primary contact for processing admissions to the program. The primary roles are arranging recruitment and outreach, monitoring students, tracking program data, providing support to faculty for facilities and technology, and supporting the curriculum committee and its functions.

Responsibilities:
Admissions Processing
•Performs follow-up with interested students and serves as advising contact
•Schedules admissions committee meetings,takes minutes and processes admissions
•Arranges event planning and management of student orientation
•Maintains and reports application and admissions metrics

Recruitment and Outreach
•Maintains contact list of employer facilities
•Performs event planning and management of DBMI day, recruiting trips and other potential meetings
•Operationalizes, maintains and reports annual recruitment event schedule and recruitment event metrics
•Searches and maintains relationships with feeder schools
•Assists in performing needs assessments
•Coordinates the design, printing and stocking of marketing materials for the program
•Represents DBMI at recruitment events

Student Monitoring and Management
•Onboards students (network accounts, Blackboard training, etc.)
•Schedules advising for all students
•Tracks and maintains adviser designation forms
•Administers and follows-up on course evaluation responses
•Tracks and collects faculty course evaluation forms
•Resolves exceptions (student registration, pay, etc.)
•Collects post-graduation student metrics for program evaluation
•Maintains NIH Training Grant data tables

Teaching support
•Assists faculty in preparing and distributing course materials, with Blackboard setup and Blackboard maintenance
•Assists faculty with setting up courses and arranging classroom facilities
•Coordinates the setup of the DBMI lecture series, including creating and distributing flyers
•Completes necessary forms for CME credit for lecture series

Curriculum management
•Track and process syllabus revisions and graduate catalog revisions
•Schedules course offerings
•Assists faculty with populating Blackboard
•Submits CME certification reports for seminar and recruitment talks
•Performs CME compliance and submits CME reports

May require travel to recruitment visits
May perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
•Bachelors Degree in education, science, liberal arts or similar academic field PLUS three (3) years of project management experience OR a Masters degree and one (1) year of project management experience
•Valid drivers license and access to reliable transportation with current and valid liability insurance for occasional work-related travel
•Excellent organizational and communication skills (written and verbal)

Preferred Qualifications:
•Experience using Blackboard, providing technical assistance for presentations and Webex meetings

To apply, go to jobs.uams.edu and search for job number 45536

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