Student Affairs Coordinator- Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine
Employment Type: Full-Time
Industry: Education - Excluding Post Secondary
Reporting to the Director of Student Affairs, this individual is responsible for the planning, implementation, and evaluation of events and programming in the Office of Student Affairs. Their primary focus is facilitating student engagement and belonging throughout Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. The Student Affairs Coordinator is responsible for the logistical coordination of White Coat Ceremony, Match Day, Graduation, and other special OSA events. This individual will provide high-quality engagement to students through the advisement of organizations, collaboration with school of medicine partners, coordination and implementation of student-centered programs to promote holistic student development, and management of OSA student communication outreach.
By joining the team that is designing and implementing
Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine, you will have the
opportunity of a lifetime to create a medical school that will educate physicians
for the 21st century and beyond and be a catalyst for change in medical
education. The School of Medicine team works from an interdependent model of
practice and we are looking for someone who thrives in a highly challenging
role within a high functioning team-based environment.
The Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine is Essential Responsibilities: Coordinates the planning and implementation of all OSA special events. Responsible for managing event logistics such as venues, vendors, and communications. Develops, plans and implements a variety of student-focused programs and services that promote student engagement and holistic development. Works with the director to develop student council and organization policies and leadership training. Collaborates with students, student council, and student organizations to identify and define student needs. Co-advises student council with the Director of Student Affairs Advises student organizations on administrative processes such as registration, funding, and space requests Manages OSA communication outreach to students including but not limited to, departmental email, weekly OSA newsletter, and social media Provides logistical support for wellbeing and career programming planned by OSA Managers. Collaborates with internal and external school of medicine stakeholders to develop & implement student-centered programming. Provides administrative support for the NRMP and ERAS Application process. Basic Qualifications:
devoted first and foremost to offering an outstanding, forward-thinking medical
education. Its curriculum is built on the three pillars of Biomedical
Science, Clinical Science, and Health Systems Science. Students will think
broadly about the ways care can be more effective for everyone and learn how to
advocate for better health in homes, school, workplaces, neighborhoods, and
society at large. The school will incorporate many of the most innovative and
effective educational practices available today and will give students the
opportunity to learn from the physicians and care teams in Kaiser Permanente-s
integrated health care system. This approach will provide future
physicians with the knowledge and skills to play key roles in the
transformation of healthcare in our nation and help people from all backgrounds
and settings thrive. Learn more at medschool.kp.org.
Experience Minimum three (3) years of work experience within higher, professional, or medical education developing student programming or planning events.
Education Bachelor's degree.
License, Certification, Registration N/A Additional Requirements: Ability to establish and meet short term, mid-range and long-range goals and objectives. Ability to work effectively with a diverse population of students, faculty, staff, and external constituents Excellent communications (oral and written) skills required Excellent interpersonal skills necessary for working with a diverse organization and for creating influence with individuals at all levels of the organization Proficiency with common office software (e.g. Word and Excel) Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated experience working in a School of Medicine student affairs office. Preferred Master's degree in student affairs, college student counseling, higher education administration* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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