The Administrative Coordinator supports the Master of Science in the Medical Health Sciences program (MSMHS), a one-year program within the College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCOM). This involves support of approximately 25 faculty members, a few MSMHS staff members, and approximately 70 students. A main focus of this position will be to help coordinate academic support efforts. The administrative coordinator will need to organize, prioritize, and follow up on multiple issues important to the generation, delivery, assessment, and recording of the MSMHS curriculum. Duties may include assignments of a sensitive and/or confidential nature as specified by the department program director. The position requires organization, initiative, and appropriate judgement in a number of different situations that can involve interactions with faculty, staff, and students. Responsibilities may change as the program grows and will be clearly defined by the program director.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES (if applicable): should reflect who the employee is supervising and what the expectations are.
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