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Residency Coordinator II - LCI Supportive Oncology

Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 23614
Job Family: Clerical Support
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Shift Details: Regular
Department Name: 11011036632951-Oncology - LCI Supportive
Location: LCI - 1021 Morehead Medical Dr

Overview

Job Summary 

Coordinates fellowship and medical education programs for the Department of Supportive Oncology at Levine Cancer Institute. Coordinates Hospice and Palliative Medicine (ACGME accredited) and Supportive Oncology fellowships, and supports Psycho-Oncology and Cancer Rehabilitation fellowships, as well as other learners rotating in the department.  
LCI’s Department of Supportive Oncology is the first in the U.S. to bring all specialized cancer services into one clinical and administrative unit, putting supportive oncology at the same level of other traditional oncology departments, including hematology oncology, radiation oncology and surgical oncology. The unique structure helps deliver integrated services that focus on treating the whole patient, not just the cancer. A team of multidisciplinary providers provide supportive care to patients with the goal of improving their quality of life by preventing or treating early symptoms of a life-threating disease. The medical education training programs bring innovative opportunities and synergies to the field of supportive oncology. 

Essential Functions 

  • Coordinates all aspects of the fellowship programs including execution of the recruitment process. 
  • Coordinates re-accreditation survey process including preparing and maintaining accreditation documentation. 
  • Schedules blocks and rotations for fellows and learners according to curriculum requirements. Coordinates periodic review and maintenance of curriculum. 
  • Organizes and maintains fellow files. Coordinates fellow and program evaluations. 
  • Supports fellows and learners as primary contact. Liaises between fellows and faculty.  
  • Assists with faculty and program growth and development. 
  • Assists with applications for permanent medical licensure and board examination certifications. 
  • Supports planning and execution of didactics/seminars/symposiums/trainings. 
  • Supports marketing and networking efforts for the medical education programs. 
  • Tracks medical education programs outcome measures. 
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Physical Requirements 

Work occurs in an office environment. Work requires long periods of sitting and walking. Work requires occasional lifting. 


Education, Experience and Certifications 

High School Diploma or GED required. 5 years experience in graduate medical education with knowledge of the NRMP and ERAS programs. Accreditation in respective programs completed/or eligible.