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This position primarily supports the Hematology-Oncology Fellowship Program as part of the Fellowship Program Office (FPO) within the Clinical Research Division (CRD), providing administrative support to all programmatic fellows, the Fellowship Program Administrator, and Program Directors. Primary responsibilities include assisting in the fellowship recruitment effort and annual orientations, delivering and monitoring completion of fellow, faculty, and clinical evaluations, managing core didactic conferences, distributing agendas and minutes of programmatic meetings, updating clinical rotation schedules, securing space and office resources for research fellows, and post-fellowship tracking and verifications. These responsibilities are done in accordance with all policies and procedures governing the Fellowship Program, the University of Washington Graduate Medical Education (GME) office, the National Institutes of Health, and other guidelines.
The Administrative Coordinator I primarily works under the direction of the Fellowship Program Administrator with opportunities for professional development and growth. This position requires an individual who can contribute to the ongoing success of the Fellowship Program and is committed to continuous process improvement. A team player with a positive attitude, a sense of humor, an ability to shift work priorities quickly, and who can also work independently and utilize available resources will be integral to advancing the mission of this ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) certified training program. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills (verbal and written), the ability to work in an often fast-paced environment that interfaces with multiple training sites and stakeholders, be customer service and detail oriented, self-starting, resourceful, and responsive to program needs.