LECOM Bradenton Non-instructional Career Opportunities
Administrative Assistant - Office of Clinical Education
The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Bradenton, FL campus seeks a clinical education administrative assistant. Duties include:
• Maintain adjunct faculty database requiring continual monitoring of the faculty, their educational status and participation in the clinical rotations. We presently carry out this activity via mail, fax, or internet.
• Maintain records for students; assist in posting student data including grades, site evaluations and logs.
• Assist in maintaining information that is required on affiliate hospitals and physicians.
• Maintain and update all agreements with hospitals and continue to update rotation availability.
• Assist in developing and maintaining CME records for both DO and MD physicians.
• Assist with planned rotation changes which will involve all students in third and fourth year at both campuses.
• Assist in everyday office procedures, mailings, phones, meetings, and general correspondence.
• Clinical Ed data base development and maintenance of information.
• Committee work (Auction, Mini-med school, calendar, etc) 1 – 2 hours per week.
• Hospital/physician document updates.
• Hospital/physician follow-up to confirm clerkship participation.
• Adjunct Clinical Faculty appointments for preceptors.
• Affiliate agreements (hospitals and independent doctors).
• Acts as liaison with Registrar for clinical grades.
• Generates appropriate reports for student and clinical site evaluations.
• Preparation of monthly report
• Send affiliation packets to prospective hospitals/physician preceptors
• Clerkship status report update
• Completion of faculty appointment face sheet and quality assurance website check
• Clinical site housing updates
• Set up files for students and preceptors/affiliations
LECOM offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance and retirement plan.
Please submit resume to Laurie Southwick at email@example.com and complete the online application.
Institutional Director of Organizational Effectiveness and Research
The Institutional Director of Organizational Effectiveness and Research Provides leadership for institutional effectiveness, research; strategic, tactical and operational planning; assessment; accreditation; institutional and organizational effectiveness; and student learning outcomes.
This position’s reports assist campus leadership in the formulation of issues, analysis of trends, and the understanding of outcomes as well as contribute to the strategic planning, evaluation and development of institutional policy.
The position plays a critical role linking planning, budget, and assessment institutionally and provides information and analysis impacting students, budgets, research activity, human resources, financial analysis, strategic planning, policy formulation, and enrollment management.
The position is responsible for monitoring institutional effectiveness and improvement including regional and professional accreditation; program reviews; learning outcomes assessments; and student satisfactory surveys. The position is also responsible for data analysis including systemic analysis of data to support decision-making, preparation of standard reports, as well as, the design, development, and implementation of an interactive data reporting system. The position provides relevant, timely and accurate information to the administration and faculty in support of the program review, planning, budgeting and decision-making process at the College.
Provides oversight and supervision for institutional planning, assessment, research, evaluation strategies, trend analysis for environmental scanning, and accreditation processes;
Ensures that meaningful, appropriate/accurate data and supporting documentation is available to meet the decision-making needs of the College;
Develops and implements a system for institutional strategic planning and scanning, and assists in coordinating the annual assessment, planning, budgeting process(es) with College leadership;
Develops and implements a comprehensive system for assessing effectiveness of College programs and services, including surveys, national tests, data reports, secondary data sources, qualitative and quantitative analysis, and research designs in order to make recommendations for institutional improvements;
Develops and coordinates college-wide systems of academic and service area program reviews; provides orientation and support to departments in designing program reviews; and delivers monitoring reports to administrators and Board members, as assigned;
Coordinates and conducts training for the program review and outcomes assessment database and other areas where the office has developed instrumental tools for internal departments or external agencies;
Compiles, analyzes, and disseminates quantitative data on facets of the college and related educational issues, including areas such as institutional characteristics, enrollments, student retention, student transfer activities, enrollment projections, grades, other student performance indicators and fiscal affairs;
Works in concert with the College’s accreditation and Self-Study Teams to address accreditation issues;
Conducts special projects/studies to address decision-making needs of the district and for senior administrative staff, College President and the Board of Trustees as assigned. Serves as the administrative staff resource for faculty-based assessment efforts in curriculum development and student learning outcomes. Interprets institutional data, e.g., enrollment, retention, transfer, alumni, academic assessment and other related data, to advise departments, College administration, or Board members;
Supervises the creation, administering, and reporting of institutional surveys, evaluations, and assessments and employer surveys;
Coordinates state, federal and other required reports of the College;
Facilitates the preparation of specialized reports such as compliance, accreditation, and grant funding agency reports as directed;
Maintains confidentiality of information exposed to in the course of business regarding students, supervisors or other employees.
Provide receptionist and PBX support to LECOM Bradenton faculty, staff, and students.
Assists in coordinating activities of Student Affairs and Operations Departments. Serves as resource person for employees, students, applicants, and customers. The college receptionist is responsible for greeting student, faculty and registering all college visitors. The college receptionist is also responsible for answering and appropriately directing all telephone calls processed through the switchboard, posting and sorting all incoming and outgoing mail.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Answer multi-line telephone system, routing internal and external calls as appropriate.
Facilitate outgoing faculty long distance calls.
Process outgoing and distribute mail.
Open/process student affairs mail.
Answer basic questions regarding student affairs.
Confirm interview applicants.
Process AACOMAS applications.
Process student applications.
Compile interview packets.
Process matriculation fees.
Maintain incoming class databases.
Process outgoing information packets.
Complete Student Affairs filing.
Provide miscellaneous administrative support to Operations, Maintenance, Human Resources, and Marketing.
All other duties as assigned by supervisor
- Responsible for greeting student and faculty.
- Responsible for greeting and registering all college visitors.
- Responsible for answering and directing all telephone calls processed through the switchboard. Assist and track all long-distance telephone calls.
- Post and sort all the incoming and outgoing mail.
- Maintain the postage meter and order postage supplies.
- Assist with the scheduling of interview applicants for the College of Medicine program.
- Sort and date stamp all admissions documentation for the College of Medicine and School of Pharmacy programs.
- Computer data entry of admissions documentation.
- Assist with the applicant interview process as need.
- Prepare informational packets for recruitment and applicant interviews.
- Assist with the collating and processing large institutional mailings.
- Assist with courier, package and freight deliveries.
Health Science Librarian
Full-Time Health Science Librarian position provides access, professional assistance, text and/or online literature searching expertise to furnish state-of-the-art information for education, patient care, management decision making and research activities to the entire LECOM community.
Act as departmental representative with faculty, staff and visitors.
Search and provide information in many forms: print, electronic and multimedia
Enables users to access all forms of information contained within the LECOM Learning Resource Center, through web-based electronic resources, personal reference and referral work.
Provides training for students, faculty and staff as needed.
Assists with publication audits and other related assessment activities.
Ability to use various computer applications, including web-based/internet-based applications.
Ability to use multimedia/audiovisual hardware and software
Ability to collect, compiles, present and interpret statistical data collected for reference activities.
Knowledge of emerging technologies as applied to medical/pharmacy/dental education.
Knowledge of essential literature, resources, and trends in the health sciences
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Postgraduate Degree from an ALA-Accredited library/information program. M.L.S., M.S.L.S., or M.I.L.S.
Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and complete online application or mail to:
Interested candidates should submit their resume to:
5000 Lakewood Ranch Blvd.
Bradenton, Florida 34211
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