Director of Continuing Medical Education #8139
- Admin - Adult and Continuing Education Programs
- Admin - Other Administrative Positions
- Admin - Curriculum Design
The Director of the Division of Continuing Medical Education (CME) will work closely with the Associate Dean for CME in the ongoing development, management, administration and evaluation of the Indiana University School of Medicine's CME program. Together with the Associate Dean for CME, the incumbent will provide strategic leadership for the unit. The director will provide operational leadership for the unit, ensuring that all requirements are met and making certain that the Division is a national leader in integrating CME with the process of improving professional practice and patient outcomes.
Duties & responsibilities include, but are not limited to, ensuring compliance; establishing policies, procedures and practices. Will develop goals and annual budget and has fiscal responsibility for operating the program; conduct training. Will identify and implement innovative educational initiatives, cultivate partnerships and secure resources and funding. Will analyze trends and recognize new developments. Will assess and improve processes; prepare a variety of reports and analyses.
To be successful the applicant must have knowledge of adult learning theory and evaluation/outcomes measurements. Must have strong analytical problem-solving skills; interpersonal and written/verbal communications skills; excellent leadership and organizational skills; and the ability to direct internal teams and collaborate with others. Must have functional competency with computers and knowledge of software, data systems and all other electronic devices and methods used to deliver and assess educational programs. Must be familiar with medical terminology, ACCME accreditation guidelines and industry standards.
Required: Master's degree from an accredited institution in adult education, instructional design, instructional systems technology, healthcare administration, public health or related field plus, 7 years' related experience; or Doctoral degree from an accredited institution in adult education, instructional design, or a related area, plus 5 years' related experience.