• Full Time
  • Anywhere

Job description

The Project Manager / GME Program Coordinator is responsible for developing, overseeing, and improving The Graduate Medical Education Residency Program under the direction of the Program Director, implementing changes based on the current accreditation requirements, and preparing for accreditation site visits and review by the ACGME Review Committees.

The ideal Candidate will possess prior Healthcare or Project Management experiences who have the ability to organize materials, scrutinize and interpret regulations and guidelines to create and improve programs and directives.

Typical Job Duties

  • Maintain and appropriately communicate the Program Director’s schedule
  • Schedule and coordinate meetings and conference calls
  • Coordinate the Program Director correspondence
  • Provide administrative support to Program Directors, GME Administration, residents and fellows as needed across all programs
  • Assist with documentation for resident and fellow training, including but not limited to scheduling meetings, problem solving, and maintaining program and institution files
  • Assist in ACGME credentialing process for residency and fellowship, i.e. gathering information for Program Information Forms
  • Prepare and assist with all aspects of accreditation requirements, site visits and inspections
  • Track and maintain aspects of Residency, including:
  • Collection of Goals & Objectives forms
  • Assist with data entry of completed reporting forms, evaluations and documentation
  • Schedule Resident/Faculty Workshops, meetings, facilities and catering
  • Serve on the Orientation Planning Committee
  • Keep various schedules and calendars up to date and review appointments as needed with program leadership
  • Ensure all phone calls are answered and/or redirected accordingly in a professional manner
  • Open and distribute pertinent mail
  • Type memos, correspondence, reports and other documents
  • Attend and record minutes at various Committee meetings, and compose agendas as needed, including GME, GMEC, and patient safety
  • Maintain program organizational files
  • Coordinate all necessary certifications for incoming and existing trainees, including but not limited to BLS, PALS and ACLS
  • Complete requests for credentials and verification of training forms
  • Assist with licensure
  • Facilitate Resident/Fellow membership in appropriate organizations as well as subscriptions/generate user accounts as needed
  • Provide continuous innovation as relates to job duties and department
  • Respond to all communications in a timely manner
  • Understand institutional policies and procedures
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Associate’s degree in a business related field, required
  • Bachelor’s degree, preferred
  • Previous Healthcare Experience a plus
  • Previous Project Management or Quality Improvement experience strongly desired

LECOM’s full time employees enjoy the availability of an industry leading benefits package including:

  • Highmark BC/BS Medical Insurance with employee-only coverage costing only $40/ month!
  • Full Family Medical Insurance is only $250/month!
  • Employees with LECOM Medical Insurance can take advantage of waived co-pays and deductibles at LECOM physicians and Millcreek Community Hospital.
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with Employer Matching of 100% after completing one year of service Life Insurance and AD&D Insurance is provided to all Full Time employees at no cost!
  • Paid time off accruals – vacation and sick
  • 7 Paid holidays each calendar year
  • Life Insurance and AD&D Insurance is provided to all Full Time employees at no cost!
  • Employee referral program
  • Employee appreciation/recognition events
  • Employee assistance program

The LECOM Institute for Successful Aging is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply for this job email your details to whoover@lecomslc.org