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Continuing Education Assistant coordinates events and fellowship programs for the Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM).Duties and responsibilities include but not limited to:Responsible for the coordination, development, management, evaluation and raising funds for the department's educational events, including four multi-day continuing medical education/continuing education conferences, multiple seminars, and weekly grand rounds (CME/CE) with target audiences including faculty, professionals staff, fellows, residents, medical students, educators, and community health professionals from both in and outside the IU School of Medicine.Responsible for ensuring that all Fellows receive the educational training that they are required to have.Independently manages the overall functions of continuing education events and fellowship programs within the Department of Psychiatry.Oversees all of the training courses and represents Psychiatry on operational and policy issues related to both programs.Ensures compliance of all Faculty and Fellows on all accreditation-related materials and activities.Provides support to other Directors and Coordinators with the Education division of the department.REQUIRED: High School Diploma or GED plus 5 years of administrative experience required. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor's Degree and experience in a medical or academic environment preferred. Working Conditions / Physical Demands Position requires sitting at a computer for extended periods of time and a lot of walking (taking candidates around campus, conference presenters, and delivering/retrieving conference and fellowship information), talking, listening, and sensing problems before they arise. Occasionally packing and moving boxes. Some travel around Indianapolis area when meetings are off-site.


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