Project Leader – Academic and Clinical Programs
Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine
Deadline: Open until filled.
Project Leader – Academic and Clinical Programs
Posting Number: 240704DP
BCM Department: Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy
Location: Texas Medical Center, Houston
Salary Range: Up to $60,000
Employment Duration: Full-time
Staff Job Category: Academic and Student Services, Administrative Professionals, Hot Job, Professional/Management
Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine is organized around four key mission areas: Clinical Ethics, Education, Health Policy, and Research. The Center is seeking an experienced project manager to help lead cornerstone projects in Clinical Ethics and Education. The successful candidate will work closely with the faculty directors and Center leadership to 1) develop and administer the graduate medical education Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3) for all Baylor residents and 2) develop the clinical ethics consultation service at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center (BSLMC). The successful candidate will have the opportunity to play a leading role in developing and managing two premier programs for the Center. The EP3 and BSLMC programs require the manager to plan, implement, maintain, and evaluate all components of the programs to ensure their long-term success.
Manage all day-to-day activities of both programs, including managing project files and databases, stakeholder priorities, project activities, meeting preparation and participation.
Determine project goals, plan schedule of deadlines, assign tasks, and develop action plan and processes from inception to evaluation.
Prepare or participate in the preparation of abstracts, research reports, funding proposals, operations and procedure manuals, and other written material and documentation as required.
Build relationships across Baylor College of Medicine, residency programs:
- Facilitate curriculum development for the e-modules and in- person engagement sessions
- Manage multiple iterations of the program curriculum through BCM’s online learning management system
- Manage the deployment and ongoing use of EP3 across all BCM residency programs
- Serve as principal point of contact for the program between the Center and residency program directors and coordinators
- Coordinate the scheduling of educational sessions with residency program directors, chief residents, and program coordinators
- Assist with the development of qualitative and quantitative program assessment tools, collect and analyze program assessment data and feedback
- Participate in the planning and deployment of EP3 for other institutions through commercialization
- Disseminate programmatic work through papers and presentations
- Assist with the development of ethics-related hospital policies and procedures
- Manage various components of the clinical ethics consultation service, including the consult database, call schedule, meetings, and reports
- Facilitate ethics education opportunities, content creation, and implementation
Required: Bachelor degree in business, health, or education administration or in a related field and four years of relevant work experience; preferred master’s degree in business, health, or education administration, or related field.
Required: Three years of relevant work experience.
- Expertise and experience in project management, medical education, and clinical service lines
- Technological proficiency with learning management system software, Blackboard LCMS, e-learning content creation
- Outstanding interpersonal skills and communication skills required and must be able to work independently as well as demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively in a team to meet deadlines
- Detail oriented, strong organizational, efficiency, and prioritization skills
- Ability to display a positive attitude and high degree of flexibility
About the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy: The Center for Medical Ethics & Health Policy comprises 13 faculty members, three of whom hold endowed positions, and 21 administrative, research and clinical ethics personnel. Our Center’s faculty teach in the undergraduate and graduate medical curricula, direct an award winning Ethics Track for advanced medical students, and recently launched a new, comprehensive College-wide graduate medical education curriculum in ethics, professionalism, and health policy (EP3). Center faculty lead clinical ethics consultations services at several premier adult, pediatric, public and private institutions across the Texas Medical Center, and are heavily involved in national clinical ethics initiatives and training, in addition to serving in national leadership positions in clinical ethics. Center faculty are also actively engaged in funded research supported by NHGRI and NCI of the NIH, PCORI, and private foundations. Two of the Center’s faculty have been recipients of Faculty Scholars Awards from the Greenwall Foundation. Our faculty have published more than 700 papers in the peer-reviewed scientific, clinical, and bioethics literature and have authored and edited several seminal books in bioethics.
The following is a list of the Required and Optional documents for this position. Please be sure to have them ready before you submit your application.
Required Documents: Cover Letter
Optional Documents: Cover Letter