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UT Health Senior Program Manager- Radiology (Education Office) -TMC in Texas Medical Center-Houston, Texas

Senior Program Manager- Radiology (Education Office) -TMC

Texas Medical Center-Houston, Texas

Professional/Managerial

McGovern Medical School at UTHealth

Requisition #: 2000015B

Position Summary:

The primary purpose

of the Sr. Program Manager within the Radiology Residency Education office is

to provide assistance for the Vice Chair of Education and Program Director of

the Diagnostic Radiology Residency. The

Radiology Residency Office leads and directs focused educational programs,

supports UT wide committee activities, is a liaison for scientific and quality

research for the Diagnostic and Interventional Residents, analyzes and supports

new GME developments, provide extensive administrative support in the academic

teaching mission, prepares rotation schedules, and manages the residency budget

for Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging Residents. Submits Residency in New

Innovations and prepares reports for the Vice Chair of Education to review and

make strategic decisions that align with the goals of the Department of

Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging goals, GME and ACGME requirements. Requires

knowledge of ACGME policies and procedures and ability to manage day-to-day

operations.

Radiology

Exempt

Full-time

6431 Fannin St.

Position Key Accountabilities:

Prepares

Residency Budget for each PY and submits to Program Director and Department DMO. Oversees all aspects of the program

and projects. Sets deadlines, assigns

responsibilities, clinical rotations and monitors project progress with the

Chair and Vice Chair.

Places all

rotations within New Innovations and updates Chair, Vice Chair and DMO of all

changes.

Prepares

resident rotations for all clinical sites for all program year students with

the Program Director, Vice Chair and DMO.

Manages/maintains

Residency annual budget with the Vice Chair, reports on progress and/or

authorizes expenditures for the REO.

Provides

guidance to upper management and keeps them informed of key activities within

the Radiology Residency Office and Clinical Rotations and provides monthly

progress reports to Chair and Vice Chair.

Manages

Human Resources activities for direct reports in regards to: recruiting and

selection, hiring and terminating, training and development, performance

evaluations, and salary planning for the Diagnostic and Interventional

Imaging Residency.

Manages

compliance and ensures the Residency Education Office follows internal and

external rules, regulations and standards for the GME and ACGME. Oversees

site reviews and ensures the appropriate personnel have the proper

credentials and licensing needed.

Other duties

as assigned by Program Director, Assistant Program Directors, Chair, Vice

Chair and Department DMO

Interacts

with representatives from ACR, ACGME, AUR, state, federal, and private

agencies regarding requirements and funding.

Creates and

edits various communication materials for the Residency Education Office which

includes printed materials and website content. Manages the Radiology courses, curriculum

materials and websites for the Department of Diagnostic and Interventional

Imaging.

Certification/Skills:

May require program-specific certifications.

Minimum Education:

Bachelor’s degree or relevant work experience in lieu of education.

Minimum Experience:

Seven (7) years of applicable experience.

Physical Requirements:

Exerts up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds frequently and/or a negligible amount constantly to move objects.

Security Sensitive:

This job class may contain positions that are security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Texas Education Code § 51.215

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