Academic and Student Coordinator, Allied Health
- Location: Florence, SC
- Posted: Apr 19, 2019
Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our McLeod Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
Identifies local and regional academic partnership opportunities to support McLeods allied health professions workforce needs.
Acts as liaison between academic program representatives (school instructors, clinical coordinators, etc.) and McLeod -designated clinical representatives regarding allied health students at McLeod facilities.
Collaborates with designated representatives from various McLeod hospital campuses, departments, and medical offices to facilitate standardized student coordination processes across all McLeod locations for allied health students completing clinical rotations at McLeod facilities.
Adapts creative solutions to maximize capacity and prioritize student placements according to workforce needs.
Manages full student clearance process for allied health students completing clinical rotations at McLeod facilities. To include:
Student fee requirements
Student onboarding and orientation requirements
Occupational Health requirements
Access control/training requirements
Ensures appropriate affiliation agreements are in place for all allied health student clinical rotations according to Mcleod Health policy and procedures. Assists in the management of all allied health program affiliation agreements, reviewing regularly to maintain primary academic partnerships according to workforce demands.
Ensures all allied health students are properly loaded and tracked in MyClinicalExchange. Conducts regular reviews to confirm allied health student data accuracy. Provides reports and information as requested by leadership.
Preferred Qualifications/Education: Masters degree in Education, Administration, or Health Sciences (preferred). At least two years of experience in health-related field, clinical experience preferred. Equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be accepted in lieu of post-graduate degree.
Licenses and/or Certifications: Must possess a valid state drivers license.
Training: Strong software and hardware computer skills, scheduling, organizing, as well as analysis and evaluation techniques. Problem solving and negotiation skills. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Clerical skills with emphasis in resource management.