Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Simulation, the Simulation Program Administrator serves as the simulation program manager and will be responsible for managing, planning, and evaluating the center’s resources and activities. More specifically: planning, and overseeing the day-to-day operations, leading the charge for the Human Simulation (SP) program and all of its facets, and technical and data management support for all simulation operations. This includes, but not limited to scheduling, course preparation, supervision of maintenance and repair of simulation technology, data gathering and database management. The simulation program administrator will be responsible for maintaining work systems, procedures, and policies that enable and encourage optimum performance and utilization of personnel and other than personnel resources of the center. They will work in close collaboration with the Simulation Director.
- Teach continuing education courses
- Teach simulation-based education, serve as simulation-based content expert, and evaluate faculty teaching simulation-based education
- Assist in the development, design, implementation, and evaluation of new courses, scenarios, and educational initiatives in collaboration with content experts
- Serve as a resource for faculty during simulation events
- Collaborate on simulation-based research Administrative Duties:
- Serve on the simulation steering committee in a designated capacity
- Plan departmental meetings
- Assist in fiscal affairs and monthly budget reports.
- Oversee and plan Simulation in Healthcare Week annually
- Track and log departmental injuries
- Create simulation personnel onboarding documents
- Track and log simulation-based scholarly activities
- Log and track quality improvement and quality assurance measures
- Accomplish the education, research, and practice mission, goals, and strategic plans of the Center by maintaining ongoing databases; conducting appropriate surveys; assisting in preparing periodic reports, assisting with research, special projects, or initiatives; keeping records of documents of meetings and evaluation data and feedback, prioritizing the acquisition of resources with supporting data; and tracking needs and improvements of the Center.
- Participate in planning, monitoring, utilization, and evaluation of the resources of the Center by: communicating regularly with the Director of Simulation; evaluating staff’s productivity and performance; fostering teamwork and a culturally responsive work environment; procuring needed simulation and office equipment and supplies; and assisting in tracking expenditures and revenues; and initiating cost-effective measures.
- Maintain quality service by enforcing quality standards of service to users of the Center; fulfilling the mission and goals of the Center; analyzing and resolving problems; choosing and initiating corrective actions; and recommending, implementing, and participating in evaluating improvements of the Center. Operational Duties:
- Supervise the overall day-to-day operation of the center including general office duties
- Track and log departmental injuries
- Oversees OSCE exam logistics and operations
- Coordinate schedule and oversee remediation week for sim and On Doctoring exams
- Oversee Sim Department during the absence of the Director of Simulation
- Develop strategies to enhance programs and services, utilizing available resources and acquiring additional tools to create a realistic learning environment. Managerial Duties:
- Oversee and manage the simulation team
- Hold monthly 1:1 meetings for simulation team members.
- Ensure the simulation team maintains and meets professional competencies including any certification exams
- Coordinate team huddles
- Document annual employee evaluations in collaboration with the Simulation Director Professional Development Duties:
- Obtains CHSE
- Maintain ASPE professional competencies by attending training sessions and regional conferences.
- Maintain professional skills and refine expertise through appropriate educational/developmental activities and professional affiliations, staying current with national and international advances in simulation and clinical skills activities
- Maintain professional and technical cognitive and skills competencies by attending advanced and continuing education programs, establishing professional networks, and participating in professional organizations. Human Simulation (SP) Duties:
- Schedules SP’s, tracks SP work hours and payroll with HR
- Recruits, trains, standardizes, and manages Human Simulation (SP) education
- Enforce Human Simulation protocols, SOBP
- Keep current on new human simulations by reviewing current literature and relevant educational research,
- Works with CS USA to standardize, train, and educate their independent contractors and ensure CS USA alignment with OCOM objectives
- At least 3 years of experience in simulation in healthcare
- Broad and advanced knowledge of information technology skills (both Apple and Microsoft operating systems as well as Google Workspace), computer technology operations and troubleshooting, technology hardware and software, audio-visual equipment, and social networking systems related to healthcare simulation.
- Current BLS and ACLS Certifications strongly preferred
- Healthcare background
- Basic skills in healthcare research
- Technical writing skills for preparation of reports
- Ability to analyze data and represent it graphically
- Experience with human patient simulator required
- Ability to balance multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
- Master’s Degree preferred
- Leadership abilities in influencing and shaping performance
- Strong interpersonal skills and enthusiasm to contribute to organizational growth and development
- Familiarity with medical education accreditation requirements and standards
- Strong, effective, and diplomatic oral and written communication skills
- Excellent public speaking skills
- Excellent customer service skills relevant to supervisor, peers, direct reports, medical students, and faculty
- Budget management experience
- Maintain professional growth and development and skills through appropriate educational/developmental activities, professional affiliations, and conferences to keep abreast of the latest trends in all domains of simulation.
- Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer
- Must be able to lift up and carry up to 25 pounds at a time
- Must be able to travel 50% locally and 25% overnight
Must be authorized to work in the United States
Must be local to the Orlando, Fl area